CES 2017: Hands-On With Samsung's H7 Wireless Speaker

As always there's lots to see at CES this year, and while Samsung has had plenty to show off like the new Chromebook Pro and Chromebook Plus, they're also showcasing some of their new audio products like the MS750 Soundbar. This wasn't the only audio product on display, though, as they've also unveiled and are now displaying the massive H7 Wireless Speaker and we were able to get our hands on it and check it out up close. To be sure, this is one massive wireless speaker and will be much bigger than most people are accustomed to, but if you're someone who has a thing for electronics that are inspired by a sort of retro design, then the size won't matter.

Like Samsung's new soundbar, the H7 Wireless Speaker features their newly developed UHQ 32-bit audio upscaling technology to allow for a more crisp and clear sound that is supposed to resemble a closer audio experience of the original audio recording. Samsung has also fitted the H7 with minimalist controls that are just as seamless and stylish as the design of the overall speaker itself, utilizing a set of wheel controls that are affixed to the top on either side of a small LCD display.

These controls can be used for simple things like turning the volume up and down, but Samsung has also designed them to allow users to scroll through and select songs from playlists as well as select streaming music services to listen to, all of which can be viewed on the display on top. The speaker is also made from metal and Samsung offers it in at least a couple of different finishes, which are the black shown here and a silver color that was displayed when they initially unveiled the speaker at the end of December. Although it might take up a lot of space in your living room, the H7 Wireless Speaker is perfect for anyone who is looking to not only add a new speaker to their setup, but one which follows a minimalist decor theme. The fact that it's wireless also means that you won't have to worry about having more cables or cords hanging around, which means less cables or cords to have to manage along with the others.

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