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Samsung HT-E6730W Specs


Samsung HT-E6730W

Type

  • 5.1

    System type:

  • Stereo / Front, Center, Rear surround, Subwoofer

    Included speakers:

Stereo/Front

  • Floorstanding

    Type:

  • No

    Wireless speaker:

Center

  • Bookshelf

    Type:

  • No

    Wireless speaker:

Rear surround

  • Bookshelf

    Type:

  • Yes

    Wireless speaker:

Media features

  • Optical SPDIF

    Digital audio inputs:

  • Blu-ray, DVD

    Optical drive type:

  • No

    USB audio input:

  • Audio CD (CD-DA)

    Supported formats:

  • No

    Scaling (up/down conversion):

  • No

    Deep Color support:

  • No

    x.v.Color technology:

  • No

    True 24 FPS Playback:

  • Yes

    USB Host:

  • Yes

    iPod ready:

  • Built-in dock

  • HDMI (HDMI CEC)

    Video output:

  • Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Pro Logic II, DTS, DTS 96/24, DTS-HD (High Resolution Audio)

    Surround decoders:

Amplifier

  • Yes

    Included amplifier:

  • 1330W

    Total output power:

Links

  • Official page:


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Created by MG3 , Last update by MG2 , Nov 20, 2012

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