The five-channel sound bar is the big brother of thethat was released earlier this year, and features three wide-range tweeters, six woofers and two vertical wide-range tweeters, each with a dedicated amplifier. While the MS750 features upward-firing tweeters, it lacks the ability to play back Atmos soundtracks.
Similar to the rival Zvox SB500, the subwooferless Samsung has "Anti-Distortion Technology," which enables the bar to go as low as a claimed 35Hz.
Samsung has designed the sound bar to integrate fully with this year's QLED TVs via a dedicated wall-mount system, and which also includes a power socket for the TV. Using Samsung's Smart Remote Control, the sound bar can be controlled from the TV.
Samsung also offers the optional W700 subwoofer for $500.
In Australia, the soundbar will go on sale from early August for AU$999, and the subwoofer for AU$799. Meanwhile UK prices and availability are yet to be confirmed, but expect around £550 for the sound bar and £400 for the sub.
- Samsung UHQ (ultra high quality) 32-bit audio
- HDMI input
- "Distortion canceling" and "wide-band" front and top-mounted tweeters
- Samsung Multi-Room music
Correction, July 13: Samsung's original announcement mistakenly reversed the pricing of the sound bar and the subwoofer, saying the 'bar cost $500 and the sub $700, and an earlier version of this article reflected that mistake. The pricing listed above is now correct.
Update, July 28: Added Australian pricing and availability.