Samsung home theater goes back to future with tubes, 4K

The company releases information about upgrades to several products early, before its press conference at CES.

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Samsung just couldn't wait to tease the upgrades of several products, releasing the news even before their big press event tomorrow.

These include some common sense upgrades for products, like an NFC pairing for Bluetooth streaming for its portable speakers, and the addition of a content recommendation engine on its BD-F7500 flagship Blu-ray player.

Another notable upgrade is the inclusion of vacuum tubes for its 2012 audio products. While the tubes look really cool, the sound quality improvement is questionable. The upgrade is for Samsung's HT-F9750 HTIB, as well as for the HW-F750.

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