Some tips for selecting Samsung speakers include deciding whether you want a sound bar or a wireless speaker setup, deciding if you want a subwoofer and determining if your sound setup needs surround-sound compatibility. Common things to watch for when choosing between speakers include sound quality, the types of music files the device supports, the synchronization capacity regarding wireless systems, aesthetics and its ease of use.
When choosing a Samsung sound bar speaker, measure the amount of room available on your television stand or entertainment center for the bar, especially if your television is inside an enclosure. Some sound bars, such as Samsung's HW-H7500/ZA, bend to match the form factor of several of Samsung's television sets.
Conventional sound bars don't have very much bass, so one tip is to get a sound bar with a subwoofer. However, the downside to a subwoofer is that it is likely large and awkward. The upside is that non-directional low-frequency effects let you place the subwoofer behind objects, which allows you to enjoy the bass quality without sacrificing a room's aesthetic appeal.
When getting a Samsung speaker, consider all of the devices it needs to connect with. Choose a device with sufficient inputs and outputs, such as HDMI, RCA and USB.