E290487

Samsung 5.1-Channel Bluetooth Soundbar SpeakerSystem

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Samsung 5.1-Channel Bluetooth Soundbar SpeakerSystem
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Description
Surround yourself with intense audio, whether you're watching an action-packed movie or streaming a playlist. Samsung's HW-K950 comes with a soundbar, a subwoofer, and two rear speakers to create immersive, theater-like 5.1-channel audio in your living room. From Samsung.

  • Includes HW-K950 soundbar with two rear speakers, subwoofer, remote control, HDMI cable, wall mount kit, and 2 AA batteries
  • Bluetooth wireless technology
  • 5.1-channel 500W audio
  • Dolby Digital
  • Six sound modes
  • Anynet+
  • HDMI, optical inputs
  • HDMI output
  • Measures approximately 47-5/8"W x 3-1/4"H x 5-1/8"D; weighs 14.7 lbs
  • UL listed; 1-year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Imported

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Samsung 5.1-Channel Bluetooth Soundbar SpeakerSystem is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 30.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Much better than expected! After years of listening to TV and movies with a modest 5.1 system, I decided to try something new. Not having a huge budget, I was looking for something that would 1) sound good, 2) look nice and 3) not break the bank. So off I went to do some research. The store I went to, had various systems setup and I was able to see and hear what they would sound like. I tested a few 5.1 and 7.1 systems and they were nice … but out of my budget. Then I moved to sound bars, but nothing struck me, that is, until I heard this Samsung system. I was blown away by the sound. Voices were clear, music was beautiful and action clips were off the charts. The price was still more than I wanted to spend, but I figured "okay, I'll tighten my belt for a few months .. this is worth it" When the system arrived, it took about 30 minutes to setup the sound bar, subwoofer and rear speakers. The beauty of this system is, once you turn it on … everything connects automatically! So now the real test, how would it sound in my home .. answer GREAT, I absolutely love this system. Well done Samsung!
Date published: 2018-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from DOLBY ATMOS and Bluetooth is great.. This soundbar is great for DOLBY ATMOS and Bluetooth sound. It's the clearest and loudest soundbar I ever herd. The cons are it dosent decode DTS HD and DTSX.
Date published: 2018-02-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No atmos via HDMI-ARC, no dts:x support - no dolby atmos support via HDMI-ARC, so basically even if your TV supports atmos, you won't be able to use it. Of course, you can use blue-ray players or Xbox One (Netflix app), but it's not the thing you expect when you buy a flagship product - no dts:x support - surround speakers disconnect from time to time (for around one second) - in general, you can save around $500 and get a similar soundbar without atmos
Date published: 2018-02-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Wow this sound bar is the best .... the atoms sound is amazing
Date published: 2018-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dolby Atmos is phenominal (once you get it to function)! I struggled to understand why I wasn't hearing dolby atmos on my HW-K950 soundbar which was connecting to my Samsung UBD-KM85C ultra HD Blu-Ray and my Samsung UN55HU 7200 UHD TV. I was watching a DVD that was clearly labeled Dolby Atmos. I followed precisely the HW-K950 setup guide as follows: Dolby Atmos sound can only be decoded via HDMI at the TV side. Use HDMI with ARC to connect. Blu-Ray player needs to be connected to the soundbar and the settings should be changed via the following steps: Blu-Ray Player Settings> Menu > Sound > Digital Output > Bitstream (unprocessed). But still no Dolby Atmos. The soundbar acknowledges Dolby Atmos by displaying a blue led bar on the front top right side and by scrolling the words "Dolby Atmos" across the LED display. The solution was to purchase HDMI cables that are HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 quality. The movie was distinctly different and much better sounding as was the sound in general when playing music from YouTube or streaming Netflix. The cables that came with my samsung devices were not capable of delivering Dolby Atmos.
Date published: 2018-02-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great soundbar with some caveats I've had this soundbar for around six months now and overall have been very happy with it. The Atmos is excellent with sounds coming from all over the room and thunderous bass from the sub. I like the design and the wireless speakers feature. I really like to crank up my movies and this item has no problem handling my desire to go deaf. As well, I like the Samsung Multiroom app tha allows you to update the system and make adjustments with the equalizer. That said, there are drawbacks which are impossible to ignore for a consumer, but don't seem to be important to Samsung. 1. DTS:X. Everyone mentions it, everyone wants it, yet we still don't have it. I'm not sure why Samsung can't provide a firmware update to rectify this glaring omission, but as another reviewer stated: doing so would dramatically increase the satisfaction amongst users. Dolby Atmos is becoming more prevalent on discs and in streaming, but we really miss out on having the best audio option available for films like the Harry Potter series, Serenity, and Apollo 13. 2. Connectivity with the rear speakers. Another common theme in reviews and on message boards for this soundbar is the fact that the rear speakers can be troublesome at times. It's always been an easy fix for me, personally: I just turn the system off and back on and that usually gets things back in working order. For the first time, I experienced an issue with the sound going out altogether three times while watching Blade Runner 2049 in Atmos last night. I haven't seen anyone else mention this, so I assume it is the soundbar. Again, this is the first time it's happened, so I'm hoping it's not a recurring problem. While I love the look and sound from this product, it would be hard for me to recommend it for anyone who takes movie-watching seriously. But anyone who would be in the market for this soundbar would do just that. I'm begging you, Samsung. Give us DTS:X... please! You did great by implementing DTS with the last firmware update, so please reward those of us who have invested in your product with the whole enchilada. Then, I can give the K950 the score it deserves.
Date published: 2018-01-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Without ARC atmos support is worthless seem like Samsung never spent enough time on researching for a well working product! they so rushed to introduce a new product when it isn’t ready yet Samsung better just be focusing on Tv products not in sound industry . Period
Date published: 2017-11-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from will not stay synced The rear channel speakers will not stay synched at all. Horrible design that make it a waste of money. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-11-26
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