Samsung unveils a new wall mounted NW700 Sound+ soundbar ahead of CES 2018

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The new NW700 will support three sound modes including Standard Mode, Surround Mode, and Smart Mode.

It’s not even CES 2018 yet, and Samsung is already getting started on showing off something new that they’ve come up with inside the Samsung Audio Labs. The NW700 Sound+ soundbar is succeeding the MS650+ that came out last year. It is also getting a slimmer design while offering distortion-canceling, wide-range tweeters, and multi-speaker control.

While this soundbar will work really well with wall mounted TV’s, the NW700 Sound+ comes in a 53.5mm width and is 41% slimmer than previous models offering a nice blend to your home entertainment setup. Also, like the MS650 soundbar, the NW700 comes with a built-in subwoofer, so you don’t have to go out and spend extra on getting an external one. Jurack Chae, Senior Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics was happy enough to give her thoughts on the company’s newest soundbar:

Samsung continues to invest in product development that fuses lifestyle and technology in a seamless, innovative manner. With our NW700 Sound+ soundbar, we are not only committed to superior product design, but also to delivering unmatched sound quality to our consumers.

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Rendering of NW700 Sound+

Just like the MS650+ and the MS750 soundbars, this new NW700 will support three sound modes including Standard Mode, Surround Mode, that’ll expand the surround sound performance, and Smart Mode, which will automatically adjust volume and surround sound effects from whatever you’re watching. Since this product will be officially unveiled at CES 2018, there isn’t a set price or release date from Samsung, so we’ll have to wait until the big show for more information.

What do you guys think about Samsung’s new wall-mounted NW700 Sound+ soundbar? For those who own last years model, do you plan on upgrading at some point? Let us know by leaving your comments down below, or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.

  Source: Samsung
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