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Product information

    Wireless network (Wi-Fi)
    Yes
    Battery operated
    No
    Features
    DLNA certified, Support for internet radio, Remote control, Designed for wall mounting, Supports NFC, Mobile app for controlling features, Support for multiroom
    Bluetooth
    Yes
    Docking Station for mobile/Tablet
    No

    Connectors

    Analogue 3.5mm input (Aux)
    1 pc
    Other connectors
    Ethernet (Network/RJ-45)
    USB
    Yes
    Type of USB connector
    USB powered (only mha USB)
    No
    USB version
    2.0

    Decoders

    Supported audio files
    MP3, WMA, OGG Vorbis, FLAC, WAV (PCM), AIFF, Apple Lossless

    Design

    Available colours
    Black, White, Silver

    Dimensions

    Dimensions (WxHxD)
    Depth
    137 mm
    Height
    193 mm
    Width
    401 mm
    Weight
    3.8 kg

    Features

    Features
    DLNA certified, Support for internet radio, Remote control, Designed for wall mounting, Supports NFC, Mobile app for controlling features, Support for multiroom
    Smart speaker (virtual assistant)
    No

    Communication

    Bluetooth
    Yes
    Bluetooth codec
    AAC
    Bluetooth profile
    Bluetooth version
    Wireless network (Wi-Fi)
    Yes

    Compatibility

    Docking Station for mobile/Tablet
    No
    Radio receiver
    No
    Streaming standards
    Spotify Connect

    Audio features

    Capacity (max/total)
    24 W
    Frequency range
    35 Hz

    Power supply

    Battery operated
    No
    Electric (not USB)
    Yes

    Links

Reviews

    4.2 of 5 stars

    Based on 4 reviews

    CarlWaterfall
    2015-10-25
    Agree with the rest of the sound is actually canon. Clearly worth the money and pretty Ok app to select radio stations and even Spotify connect so clear. The reason I only give it 7/10 is to bother me tremendously that I lose my connection to the M7 to head with the phone and / or tablet. This means that I have to "add" the speaker again which means I have to remove the back cover and hold a button for 5 seconds so that it can be found. This is similar to the reset in some way (it's totally random when it does, this "recovery" also). Internet radio on M7-ball works after all, so there is nothing wrong with the internet for it. Annoying to say the least! Updated: Should perhaps say that I think that the volume button is unnecessarily complicated. Not easy to raise or lower the sound, sometimes when I lower as increased sound instead ... would have been easier with two standard buttons, actually.
    Muyfa666
    2015-10-03
    Huge sound for such a (relatively) small speaker. If you pull the little volume so stand both the dog and the neighbors. I'm no audio connoisseur, I mostly listen to metal and rock, but I definitely like what I'm hearing here. Incredibly easy to control. I also have the M3's in the kitchen and the bedroom. A little book to get it to sync with the hub, but in the end it turned out that it had the old firmware, and then it was easy to solve. Are enormously pleased and can nothing but warmly recommend Samsung's stunning Multiroom Speaker. Update 2015-10-03: I have put up my whole physical music collection on a NAS and Multiroom Speakers can find and play all without the slightest concern. Really thrilled. :-)
    haugli92
    2015-05-24
    Very good sound to be so small. Good functionalities of the phone (tested on iPhone). Flexible design that makes it look very pretty out wherever it stands. I tried Sonos before I bought this and were more satisfied with Samsung than Sonos, then returned the Sonos system. I give it top score because Sonos is glorified, but lack a good portion functionality in my eyes. Worth the money.
    penken
    2014-12-26
    Very good sound and fantastic user friendly. Combining preferably with a hub and more speakers M5, M3 for the best experience. Syncs flawlessly with flat screen TV and smartphone with Spotify and Swedish radio, for example. Is also possible to lyssan to podcasts. Recommended!