New Samsung audio docks support both iPhone and Galaxy S

Samsung will unveil a new line of audio docks at CES that are the first to support both the Samsung Galaxy S and the iPhone.

The Samsung DA-E750 is the first audio dock to support both the Galaxy S family and the iPhone Samsung

Samsung will unveil a new line of AirPlay audio docks at CES that are the first to support both the Samsung Galaxy S family and the iPhone.

The flagship DA-E750 features compatibility with both Samsung and Apple devices, including iPads, with what Samsung describes as "dual docking structure. Wireless connectivity is catered for with AirPlay, AllShare for Samsung Galaxy, and Bluetooth. A USB port is also provided with support for MP3, WMA, and WAV.

The DA-E750 will feature Samsung's proprietary 100-watt hybrid vacuum tube amplifier and a 2.1 speaker system.

Meanwhile, the 40-watt DA-E670 features AllShare, Airplay, and USB support in addition to an auxiliary input. The DA-E670 also offers users a simple remote control.

"Listening to music, whether individually or in a group setting, is one of the most personal and valued forms of entertainment," said Sangchul Lee, senior vice president of Samsung Electronics, in a statement.

"As the leader in home 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."


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