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The total power reserve of the system is indicated at 350 watts. The kit is compatible with Samsung multiroom solutions, including the Samsung Multiroom app management software. It, among other things, is suitable for listening to music from network services. Functionally, it is ready to work with the most modern content, supports the latest Ultra HD and HDR video formats. The difference between tracks Dolby Atmos with outdated formats is noticeable well in many ways.
The drivers are individually powered by a built-in amplifier with a total power of 372 watts. Declared support for Dolby Atmos and DTS:X technologies. This system has a configuration of 5.1.2. The set includes the main module and subwoofer. Since the subwoofer itself is identical to the N950, you also get the same excellent build quality, Harman Kardon setup, hi-res audio support and wireless transmission via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Throw in the convenient remote control, HDMI connections that transmit HDR10 and Dolby Vision, as well as Samsung's SmartThings app, and the N850 looks like a tempting prospect.