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Rock out to your favorite tunes with this Samsung DAE751ZA dock that features woven glass fiber speakers and a down-firing subwoofer for powerful audio. The dual docking system allows you to listen to tunes on your Apple iPod, iPhone, iPad and more.
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Samsung DA-E750 Compatibility with other equiptment

I would like to get rid of my heavy (valuable) vintage analogue amp and (large, and loud) hall speakers, and attach my vintage cassette deck (and maybe my turntable?) to this tube amp using the RCA jack, along with my iPad, iPhone or iPod and stream.
I want to use the DA-E750 as my main component. Is this possible advisable?
Also what is the difference between the DAE750ZA and the DAE751ZA. Both are on sale at Best Buy, for the same price. Thank you.
2 years ago
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Nomad
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answer 1
DAE751ZA is black wood finish, the DAE750ZA is cherry wood finish. Both would work as you describe, but the controls are slow and the indicator screen is tiny and on the top, making it difficult to see what input you are on). I have this amp on my desk, connected to my laptop via a docking station and it sounds good, but the interface is not great. Look at a Sony/Onkyo/Pioneer amp with native airplay and bluetooth for about the same money. You will get a nice mix of HDMI and other inputs plus airplay and bluetooth.
1 week ago
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answer 2
Yes. You may need to buy some components such as cables that go from RCA to 1/8th inch and a switch. What you want to do is possible though.
4 months, 3 weeks ago
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ThatFatGuy
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answer 3
That's what I did. Got rid of my old amp and speakers and use this exclusively. I'm very happy with it. The difference between the two models is color of cabinet. The 750 is a cherry wood color, the 751 is black with some faint wood grain.
5 months, 2 weeks ago
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LeRoyLebowski
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answer 4
The only difference is the color of the unit. 750 being a cherry color, 751 being black piano finish
1 year, 9 months ago
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answer 5
Thanks for the question.

There is a USB input, and a single 3.5mm input on this model.

If your turntable is powered (and doesn't require phantom power, or power supplied from the amp, which is common in many older turntables), it may work with an RCA to 3.5mm input, which is the only AUX (auxilary) input on the DA-E750.

The cassette deck could be simply converted with an RCA-to-3.5mm male connection, but not at the same time as the turntable.

You can use the DA-E750 as a main component, but if you don't want to swap out the inputs (turntable and cassette player), then you might either consider a separate mixer, or a different device that has more inputs.

You can have a Best Buy salesperson show you the various models and help you decide if this will be the best option for you.

The DE-A750 is a cherry red finish, and the DE-A751 model is black.

Thanks for your interest in Samsung products.

--Mr.Samsung
2 years ago
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compatibillity

I have a nextbook and thrive tablets. Is the bluetooth compatible with these items
2 years, 3 months ago
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Yes it is. It will connect to just about anything.
1 week, 5 days ago
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scadern
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Yes, as long as your Nextbook and Thrive tablets have the one following Bluetooth Profiles: A2DP, AVRCP or GAVDP.
2 weeks, 1 day ago
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Tony8Stark
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answer 3
Yes
2 months ago
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Porsche4me
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answer 4
Yes, and then some. This this connects wired and wirelessly to just about any any device you can think of that puts out audio.
uses bluetooth 3.0, wifi, allshare, and a couple other wired and wirless oppions that i cant remember
2 years, 2 months ago
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Metal07
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answer 5
If it is Bluetooth Compatible, it should work with other Bluetooth devices using that protocol.

Thanks for your interest in Samsung products.

--Mr.Samsung
2 years, 3 months ago
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Is there an auxilary input for a cd player?

2 years, 4 months ago
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Wesley
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Yes, there is a 3.5 mm AUX female port on the back of the speaker.
2 weeks, 1 day ago
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Tony8Stark
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Yes. There is an AUX IN and a 3.5mm cable is provided by Samsung to allow you to connect an mp3 player or a CD player.
1 year, 10 months ago
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dsc888
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answer 3
There is an AUX port, and it's a 3.5mm input.

If your CD player has an RCA out, you'll need an RCA-to-3.5mm (male) connection.

If you have a headphone jack or a portable device that has a 3.5mm output, you can use a 3.5mm to 3.5mm headphone jack and connect that way.

Attached is a picture of the back of the unit from the manual. If we can help further, let us know.

--Mr.Samsung
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2 years, 4 months ago
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How is it powered

1 year, 2 months ago
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Timbo
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It is a 100W setup with the specs seen below via a Power Adaptor.
Stand-by Power Consumption
0.26W
Operating Power Consumption
0.43W
2 weeks, 1 day ago
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Tony8Stark
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answer 2
Not sure what you mean, but it is powered by a regular 2-prong power cord.
It does have audio inputs for other devices, if that is what you mean.
2 months ago
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Porsche4me
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Houston, TX
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answer 3
Has its own amplifier
4 months, 1 week ago
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RPOL2
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answer 4
120 VAC wall outlet only. No battery power available.
5 months, 2 weeks ago
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LeRoyLebowski
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with electrisity. not battery. not 2 stroke engine, not fission or fussion
9 months ago
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PuNanny
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answer 6
It plugs into the wall.
1 year ago
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justbessie
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answer 7
It's powered by the standard 110v AC plug in.

Thanks for your interest in Samsung Audio Docks.

--Mr.Samsung
1 year, 2 months ago
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Anonymous
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Can it connect ot television

1 year, 8 months ago
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Anonymous
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Yes
2 months ago
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Porsche4me
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Houston, TX
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answer 2
Yes, through an earphone jack, if you have that output on your TV, or by blue tooth if you have a smart TV.
4 months, 1 week ago
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RPOL2
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Yes. If you have a Samsung smart tv with bluetooth they will pair easily. If not then your tv will will need to have an audio out that is a 1/8th inch jack or RCA. If it has RCA you can get an RCA to 1/8th inch cable.
4 months, 3 weeks ago
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ThatFatGuy
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answer 4
Yes. Samsung airplay enabled TV's fully supported. Can connect to any TV with an RCA audio output by using an RCA to 3.5mm Y-adaptor.
5 months, 2 weeks ago
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LeRoyLebowski
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Nampa, ID
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Yes, we use it wirelessly with our Samsung Smart TV.
1 year ago
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justbessie
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answer 6
You can connect your televisoin audio to this Audio Dock provided you have an analog 3.5mm output on your TV, or RCA to 3.5mm connection from the TV to the Audio Dock.

Thanks for your interest in Samsung products.

--Mr.Samsung
1 year, 8 months ago
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Can two DAE751ZA's be used to play the same music simultaneously in stereo?

1 year ago
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Rio
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I would say no because it does not have direct audio speaker plugs other than the earphone jack.
4 months, 1 week ago
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RPOL2
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Michigan
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The only way that I can see that happening is if you use a 1/8th inch (headphone/aux cable) with a splitter. I cannot find a way to make them talk to each other via bluetooth or any other means.
4 months, 3 weeks ago
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ThatFatGuy
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Yes, it can. And the quality of the sound is very good.
5 months ago
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Dougie65
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Tallahassee, FL
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answer 4
Each DA-E751/ZA provides 2.1stereo sound. You would have right and left audio coming from each unit and would not get proper stereo imaging that way. If you want more separation, I would advise something with external speakers rather than an audio dock. Best Buy has many options.
5 months, 2 weeks ago
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LeRoyLebowski
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Nampa, ID
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answer 5
use a y-adapter. WiFi would be cool to try.
9 months ago
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PuNanny
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answer 6
Bluetooth connections are limited to one device per device.

However, if you have a splitter cable (single 3.5mm male to dual 3.5mm male), you can connect one device and send the signal with an analog cable to two different devices.

I've included a picture to how each end of those split 3.5mm cables would go into the audio system.

Thanks for your interest in Samsung products.

--Mr.Samsung
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1 year ago
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Will this work with a Samsung television

2 years, 3 months ago
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Yes, depending on how you plan to connect it and what connections your TV has.
2 weeks, 1 day ago
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Tony8Stark
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Yes
2 months ago
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Porsche4me
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answer 3
Yes it will but only for 2012 Samsung TVs with Soundshare via Bluetooth.
1 year, 10 months ago
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answer 4
It can if you use an RCA (TV out) to the 3.5mm (AUX) input on the Samsung audio device.

Thanks for your interest in Samsung products.

--Mr.Samsung
2 years, 3 months ago
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Is there any way to use this as my primary Airplay/Bluetooth receiver and send audio out to my main AV receiver?

I have an old but good receiver/amp that powers 3 zones of speakers. I want to get an Airplay/DLNA receiver that I can use to stream from my iphone etc. into my AV system. Since this Samsung product is Airplay and Bluetooth capable, it could serve that function and act as a speaker, but only if I can get the audio signal out to my main receiver/amp. Is that possible? If so, how?
2 months ago
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This would not be a good device for that role. You have to get up and manually toggle to bluetooth before you see it advertised. It is also very large and designed to be an amp/speaker. The case and tubes look great, but wouldn't be practical as just an input. Try an AppleTV, it has an optical out and HDMI (you could split the HDMI out as stereo analog with an adapter) that should work with your amp. For just bluetooth, something like this iStream would make a better source. An AppleTV with HDMI out and optical Toslink are great to start, but won't help with the Android BT stuff.
1 week ago
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rebel
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No it is not possible. It has no audio out jacks.
1 week, 5 days ago
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scadern
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answer 3
Let me just clarify your question, you want this speaker to be connected to your Airplay enabled Audio Receiver? So essentially you would play a song from your iPhone to the Audio Receiver then the receiver would send it on to the speaker. Correct?
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