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Samsung Electronics Sound+ Premium Soundbar (HW-MS650/ZA)
- Hear consistently great sound anywhere in the room with tweeters that cover a much wider frequency range.
- Increases the power and depth of bass with control that precisely coordinates the movement of each speaker.
- Samsung's proprietary technology delivers deep and detailed bass by predicting sound distortion and automatically tuning the speaker's output before the distortion occurs.
- WiFi: (2.4GHz/5GHz); USB Connectivity: (v.2.0), MicroUSB for LAN/Software Update Service only and Bluetooth connectivity
- Frequency Response: 40Hz - 20KHz
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Simple sounds beautiful
Sound? is simply beautiful. Samsung audio technologies deliver rich, room-filling home theater sound without the need for a separate subwoofer. With a premium design and an elegant single mount option, Sound? becomes one with your TV and brings your entire home cinema experience together like never before.
Sound that fills the room and moves every listener
Exclusive technologies blend advanced sound processing and precise speaker control to deliver just the right level of bass. Sound? delivers all-around perfect sound, no matter where you are in the room thanks to Samsung’s Wide Range Tweeter.
Sweet anywhere you sit
Virtually every spot is the sweet spot. Get consistently amazing sound everywhere in the room with Samsung's Wide Range Tweeter, which covers a wide frequency range.
Gain control with OneRemote
The OneRemote from select 2017 Samsung TVs can manage many of the Soundbar’s functions through the TV UI.
Wireless connection with TV
Connect your Soundbar to your Samsung TV* with ease and without the clutter of wires via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. You’ll be able to enjoy all your content instantly with clearer, more impactful sound.
*Compatible with selected Samsung TVs. Please check in-store for more details.
A better connection to your favorite music
Whatever songs get your heart beating, Sound? can stream them from your phone or tablet. Simply use Bluetooth or connect to Wi-Fi to play your music through Samsung's Multiroom App. Within moments, you’ll be playing your favorites in a new way.
Wireless surround sound ready
The Wireless Surround Kit* lets you expand your surround sound system easily without the mess of wires**. Together with your Soundbar, you can create a multi-channel system for a true surround sound experience. * Samsung Wireless Rear Speaker Kit is available for separate purchase (Accessory model: SWA-9000S). ** The wireless module requires a power cable. Rear speakers are connected to the module by cable.
Sound+ Soundbars are simply beautiful. Samsung audio technologies deliver room-filling, home theater sound without the need for a separate subwoofer. Designed with streamlined wires and an elegant easy mount option, Sound+ becomes one with your TV and brings your entire cinematic experience together like never before.
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I searched for 'best soundbars' and one of the big sites raved about this one, going so far as to say traditional speaker makers should be put on notice.
Well it did solve my connectivity problem. Set up and pairing was accomplished in seconds. And it really simplified my 'system'. It's a much neater set up and looks clean and modern.
But don't ever fool yourself into thinking a soundbar can come anywhere close to replicating the sound of traditional paired speakers - even 30 year old bose 301s. This thing sounds flat and tinny. I'm reminded of the sound that used to come out of old clock radios - only louder. If you want anything like good sound you're best sticking to conventional speaker pairs. There are lots of wireless options now and that is probably the way to go. I should have done more research into what's available and how to get it all connected, but I decided to go with the cheap and easy solution, which is fine, but i'm definitely missing real stereo sound.
The bass is sincerely mind boggling. I can't believe a soundbar form-factor can produce that rich, detailed bass. And the bass response is very balanced across the lower frequencies, there's no discernible crossover point, I never think "oh the sub really kicked in there". It's even, sound flows from low to mid frequencies smoothly. And overall volume capability is great. The "distortion canceling" feature is more than hype.
It's fairly heavy, which I appreciate because that usually indicates quality.
Connectivity is exactly what I need. Optical, Wifi, Bluetooth, and 3.5mm input. There's also HDMI in and out, which I don't need.
It looks fantastic. My wife is a Pinterest-worthy home decorator, so appearance matters. They put a lot of thought into a sleek, minimalistic design. The LED display only lights up when changing settings, then shuts off completely, disappearing behind the front grill. Perfect!
I must disagree with those who say this soundbar has excellent clarity. This soundbar specializes in extraordinary bass response. But it sounds muffled; I am not getting good detail or imaging at the mid to higher frequencies.
I've played with all the settings. The best settings I found are "Smart Mode" combined with treble maxed out at +6. Still, there is really something missing, as though I'm listening through a blanket.
I compared this Sound+ soundbar to my Kanto Yumi powered 5" desktop speakers (model YUMIREDGL), which cost me half of what the Sound+ did. Yes, I know I'm comparing a soundbar to a pair of desktop speakers. It's what I have. I wanted to replace the Yumi speakers with a soundbar form-factor for space reasons (but I won't be doing that).
I placed the Yumi speakers in the same location as the Sound+, and spaced them apart to match the length of the Sound+.
My test song was Latch by Disclosure and Sam Smith. The Sound+ has more impressive bass (though the Yumi is also no slouch on bass) . But the Yumi brings the music to life, notes just dancing about, in their own space, slicing the air molecules with razor blades. Latch contains a lot of intense synthesized effects, and the Yumi sends them soaring. The Sound+ is drab by comparison, the notes just don't sparkle, they don't find their own space.
One might say "it's not fair to compare a soundbar to a pair of larger desktop speakers." That's very true, which is why it's so impressive that the Sound+ has better bass, despite the smaller drivers. The tweeters are the same size on the Sound+ and Yumi, but the Yumi is strikingly dominant in detail and imaging. For half the cost, the Kanto Yumi delivers elevated sound. (I do not work for nor am sponsored by Kanto)
I believe the Sound+ delivers a step forward in soundbar technology. However, it lacks high frequency, clarity, and imaging, which are ultimately more important to me. I would definitely purchase a future version of the Sound+ if those areas are improved. I believe that if Samsung can pack that much bass into a soundbar form factor, then they can deliver the crisp detail as well.
For now, I've returned the Sound+.
The Samsung MultiRoom app is actually very useful. I'm not a fan of Samsung sofwares in general but this one is an exception. It is an interface to nativigate many different sources of audio. You can add extra speakers by using this app to configure them. Configuration is extremely fast and painless.
I came from a flagship Vizio and Sony NT5 soundbar, and the Samsung MS650 outclasses both at a lower price.