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Samsung Wireless Sound Stand for TVs up to 40” (Refurbished)
This 4.1-channel sound stand fits seamlessly into your home theater setup, slipping between your HDTV and entertainment console. Despite its slim proportions, the stand packs enough power to fill any room with immersive simulated surround sound, adding a bass rumble to familiar soundtracks with its integrated subwoofer.
Dolby Digital helps you feel the passion in an actor’s voice, the beat of a song, and the gravity of a video game’s final battle. It enhances everything from movies to MP3s by elevating what you’re most likely to hear, such as heated dialogue or an ominous door closing, while suppressing static and other background noise. The result is clear digital sound in everything from home theater systems to wireless headphones.
Bluetooth: Stream Wireless Music, Internet Radio, and Podcasts
Bluetooth lets you stream wireless music from an enabled mobile device, leaving you free to mingle with guests, clean the house, or do yoga—all without interrupting the music. Moreover, Bluetooth plays your favorite songs over the system’s speakers, filling the room with richer sound than most smartphones, tablets, or laptops can.
Speaker and Stand in One
This speaker’s low-profile design doesn’t just look sleek—it’s also sturdy enough to support your HDTV. To fully integrate the speaker into your home theater setup, just set your TV (up to 40”) directly on top.
- Product number: HW-H500
- 4.1 audio channels
- Integrated subwoofer
- Bluetooth wireless connectivity
- Dolby Digital audio processing
- 1 audio input
- 1 optical input
- Weight: 8lb
- Product dimensions: 28.75” x 3.63” x 14.5”
- Condition: refurbished
In the 70 years of its existence, Samsung has grown into an international company with interests spanning from home electronics to skyscraper construction. The company takes its global role seriously, working to improve communities with both its financial support and the expertise of its talented employees. The company’s Solve for Tomorrow competition, for instance, challenges kids to create videos that demonstrate how science and math can be used in new ways to improve their local environment. After screening the videos of thousands of worthy entrants and dozens of confused American Idol hopefuls, Samsung chooses five winners, whose schools each receive $110,000 in technology. Solve for Tomorrow is just one of the company’s outreach initiatives, which align with its philosophy: to help build a “better global society.”
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