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Gadget |  05 Jan 2012 | by RnMTeam

Samsung introduces audio dock for Apple iOS, Galaxy S devices

MUMBAI: Samsung has introduced two audio docks system DA-E670 and DA-E750, to enhance the digital sound clarity of Apple iOS and Galaxy S smartphones. The product will be unveiled at the Consumer Electronic Show to be held from January 10-13 in Las Vegas.

DA-E750 audio dock offers a typical digital sound clarity with the help of hybrid vacuum tubes amplifiers. This audio system is touted to be compatible with Galaxy S smartphones, Apple devices and iPads through dual docking architecture. The audio dock features 2.1-channel speaker and 100 watts built-in subwoofer. The AllShare software facilitates support for wireless audio playback in Samsung smartphones, while Airplay does the same for Apple devices.

DA-E670 audio dock comes in a compact form factor with the 40 watts built-in speakers and bass enhanced subwoofers. It also includes auxiliary input support for bluetooth-enabled devices and audio compatibility across varied formats for MP3, WAV and WMA from portable storage devices via USB.

Samsung Electronics SVP Sangchul Lee said, Listening to music, whether individually or in a group setting, is one of the most personal and valued forms of entertainment, we wanted to create products that are unique, highly-functional and beautifully designed, yet offer the crystal clear, rich sound that consumers can enjoy, regardless of the portable device they store their music on....

The details about pricing of the audio dock systems have not been disclosed.