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Samsung Shape M7

Samsung Shape M7
alaScore 96

9 reviews

Mar, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews of Samsung Shape M7. The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Speakers for all reviews. People really like the reliability. The design is also mentioned favorably. Many are negative about the size. There are some mixed comments about the price.

usability, design, reliability

size

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Speakers the Samsung Shape M7 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 96/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 9 reviews)

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Expert review by: Michael Brown (pcworld.com)

Michael Brown

 

This isn't a Sonos killer by any means, but Samsung's product line is worth your consideration.

Relatively easy to set up ; Powerful amplifier ; Good sound ; 50 hub required for multi-room configurations

Distorts when pushed too hard ; Large physical footprint ; 50 hub required for multi-room configurations

Sonos Connectwith something like a pair of $399Audioengine A5+powered speakers and you’re there (albeit at a price point 50 percent higher than $500).

Nov, 2014

Expert review by: Will Greenwald (pcmag.com)

Samsung Shape M7 (WAM750)

 

The Samsung Shape M7 offers plenty of features in a multi-room speaker system, but it doesn't deliver enough on sound quality or ease of use.

Attractive design. Has Bluetooth and NFC. Accurate midrange performance

Expensive. Awkward app for Wi-Fi multi-room use. Weak high-end detail

Samsung tries to do everything in the world of consumer electronics, and the Shape series of speakers is its first foray into wireless, multi-room, non-Airplay audio. The Shape M7 is a large, striking, full-featured sound system with Wi-Fi-based audio,...

Apr, 2014

Expert review by: Ty Pendlebury (cnet.com)

Samsung Shape M7 ( black)

 

As of CES 2014, seemingly every electronics manufacturer is taking a shot at wireless audio -- from Panasonic to Samsung to Bose . While Sonos and Squeezebox have been around since the start of the millennium, it took until the last year for the rest...

The Samsung Shape M7 wireless audio system is the best competitor to Sonos yet, with reliable audio streaming and a simple-to-use app. The M7 speaker sounds better than the similarly-priced Sonos Play:3 and has a few bonus features, including built-in...

Streaming services are currently limited to Pandora, Amazon Cloud Player, Rhapsody, TuneIn, and DLNA, unless you use Bluetooth. There's still occasional grumpiness in the form of app nonresponsiveness or dropouts. The ecosystem of products is also...

The Samsung Shape M7 is a versatile streaming speaker that sounds better than the Sonos Play:3 but lacks a rich ecosystem of products and supported services.

Feb, 2014
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Expert review by: Trusted Reviews (trustedreviews.com)

Samsung M7

 

Exclusive review: Samsung squares up to Sonos with its wireless multiroom speaker

Solid build quality and stylish design, Easy to set up, Well-designed app with nifty streaming controls, Enjoyable sound with rich, punchy bass, Hi-res audio support

Sound lacks a little finesse and detail subtlety, Fewer online streaming services than Sonos, Can’t reorganise tracks in app

Apr, 2014

EISA AWARD - Best Product 2014-2015

Expert review by: EISA (eisa.eu)

Samsung M7

 

EUROPEAN MULTIROOM SYSTEM 2014-2015 - Samsung M7: This stylish, wedge-shaped wireless speaker has a trick up its sleeve. Not only can it stream music from a variety of sources and access services like Spotify and Deezer directly, but run the company's...

Aug, 2014

Expert review by: paul_smart (gadgetspeak.com)

Samsung M7 Speaker

 

This can work as a single triangular speaker or via a hub form a multi room offering. It can work wired, wireless, Bluetooth or even via an Auxiliary cable. If this is not enough with the right sort of TV you can improve the TV sound with the M7.

They are useable with or without a provided prop. The shape is rather like a large section cut from a round of cheese. Front to back the speaker is 20cm. Side to side it is 39cm. It is 13cm tall. The prop fits in the back near the connections and makes...

Aug, 2014

Expert review by: Campbell Simpson (gizmodo.com.au)

Samsung M7 Wireless Speaker: Australian Review

 

If you have a smartphone or tablet in your household, you need not be tied to either its tiny, tinny speaker or a single Bluetooth or Wi-Fi speaker — why not play your music through half a dozen different speaker at once, all in different rooms?...

A system like Samsung’s M7 and M5 speakers only really comes into its own when you have two or three or four or more speakers set up, ideally in multiple zones. If you’re in a multi-user household there’ll likely be some fights over control of your...

Aug, 2014

Expert review by: Stephen Fenech (techguide.com.au)

Samsung M7 wireless multiroom speaker review

 

Samsung has ventured into wireless multiroom speaker territory – a market pioneered by Sonos – with the new triangular M5 and M7 speakers.

Aug, 2014
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