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Samsung HW-D7000 Integrated Blu-ray 7.1 AV Receiver


The new Samsung Blu-ray AV Receiver (model HW-D7000) is the world's first 7.1 channel AV receiver with 3D Blu-ray playback and Internet-based services in one integrated component. The HW-D7000 can also access content via Smart Blu-ray Home Theater features like Samsung Apps and stream movies and music from web-based services such as Netflix and Pandora. It has built-in Wi-Fi and is DLNA-certified to help consumers share content simply between certified devices.

The HW-D7000 has a brushed metallic finish and a high-gloss panel that hides an integrated Blu-ray load-in slot. When the Blu-ray door is opened, the display moves downward, unveiling the load-in slot. The sophisticated touch screen panel lets the user softly press icons on the display to navigate the system. It also comes with a single remote to control the receiver and Blu-ray.

Equipped with a 7.1 channel hi-fi quality amplifier, the HW-D7000 can be matched with any hi-fi loudspeakers on the market. The speaker terminals connect to large speaker cables through binding posts. The AV receiver supports Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD Master Audio for high quality surround sound. It features the latest surround decoder, Dolby Pro Logic IIz, which creates an extra height channel for an enhanced spatial sound experience.

Samsung HW-D7000 Internet-Ready Integrated Blu-ray 7.1 AV Receiver

For 3D entertainment, the HW-D7000 features 3D Sound with 120 watts per channel, delivering powerful, theater-like sound to the room. It features the latest 3D technology so the user can enjoy 3D movies fully with any 3D TV.

The HW-D7000 is packed with four HDMI inputs to allow consumers to organize their devices easily with Anynet (HDMI-CEC). The unit also features HDMI 1.4 with 3D video pass and ARC (Audio Return Channel), which enables the user to use one HDMI cable to transfer audio from the TV back to the receiver.

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