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Samsung HW-LS60D Music Frame Smart speaker/picture frame with built-in voice control, Chromecast built-in, Apple AirPlay® 2, and Dolby Atmos®

Item # 305HWLS60D

The sleek Music Frame speaker can hold a picture and your ears' attention thanks to its innovative design.

The sleek Music Frame speaker can hold a picture and your ears' attention thanks to its innovative design.

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Item # 305HWLS60D

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$399.99 each

About the Samsung HW-LS60D Music Frame

Archer A.

Picture-perfect sound

Samsung's latest entry into their Frame series — dubbed the Music Frame — is something I never saw coming, nor could I have imagined it sounding as good as it does. This cool, stand-or-wall-mountable incognito speaker has two purposes. First, it's an old-school picture frame that holds any artwork you choose. Second, it's a room-rocking powerhouse of a speaker that works on its own or together with select Samsung TVs and sound bars.

Picture-perfect sound

Samsung's latest entry into their Frame series — dubbed the Music Frame — is something I never saw coming, nor could I have imagined it sounding as good as it does. This cool, stand-or-wall-mountable incognito speaker has two purposes. First, it's an old-school picture frame that holds any artwork you choose. Second, it's a room-rocking powerhouse of a speaker that works on its own or together with select Samsung TVs and sound bars.

The Music Frame smashed any expectations I had before getting hands-on with it. Sound intriguing? Read on.

Custom-tuned drivers deliver a wide soundstage

The Music Frame's front consists of a removable panel that holds one 8" x 10" photo (with a square viewing window of 8" x 8"). Behind the panel are six drivers that form a 3-way speaker system. There are two front-firing tweeters and midrange drivers, along with dual rear-firing bass woofers.

The tweeter and midrange drivers were tuned by Samsung's Audio Lab to sound great while firing through a slit around the picture panel that's only 9mm across. Even cooler, the drivers have an insanely wide sweet spot thanks to Samsung's patented wide-range speaker tech.

Streaming music is easy

There are quite a few ways to play your tunes through the Music Frame. You can pair your smartphone, tablet, or other device to it via Bluetooth and play that way. Or you can stream over Wi-Fi using TIDAL Connect, Spotify® Connect, Chromecast, Apple AirPlay, and Amazon Music. There's also a physical optical digital input you can use to connect external sources like CD players.

The Music Frame has you covered if you're into smart home, too. It comes with Google and Amazon Alexa voice assistants and a built-in microphone.

Expand with Q-Symphony

Perhapsthe coolest part about the Music Frame is how expandable it is within Samsung's Q-Symphony ecosystem. You can pair two of them together to get room-filling stereo sound. Or you can go all-out and pair two of them with your compatible Samsung sound bar and TV and have them all work together, with the sound bar acting as the front, center, and left speakers, while the Music Frames act as your rear surrounds. It's an impressive way to form a nearly wireless surround sound system while keeping it discreet.

Hands-on (and ears-on) with the Music Frame

Samsung's Music Frame is photogenic (pun intended), but it's even more gorgeous in person. While it's thicker than most picture frames, its elegant design blends in nicely. My wife and I stuck it alongside our framed wedding photos and could hardly tell that it was different. The included stand was easy to attach to the back, and there was a handy channel for running the Music Frame's power cable.

Easy pairing with Bluetooth

My wife and I both wanted to see how the Music Frame performed on some of our favorite tracks. She's a Spotify user, while I primarily use TIDAL. I wanted to see how the speaker sounded over Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, so we started with Bluetooth music first. Pairing each of our phones was easy enough. There's a touch-sensitive strip on the side that you can use to change sources, turn the volume up and down, and turn the voice assistant microphone on and off. I held in the source button, heard the audible notification that the speaker was ready to pair, and was connected in no time.

Surprisingly stout bass

We each had one track queued up. Mine was Nena's "99 Luftballoons". It's a poppy track from Germany that starts soft before going into a bassy, grooving synth rhythm, before switching yet again into a pop-punk guitar section. I was super impressed with how clear the song sounded. It was as if the photo panel didn't exist. Nena's voice was delightfully textured, as was the boppy synth. The bass was stout too, which surprised me since the subs are technically open-air.

Front-and-center vocals

Once my song was done, my wife played "Knock on Any Door" by Ruby Murray. It's a classic track that's well-recorded and features minimal instrumentation, relying instead on vocals and percussion to drive the song. Ruby's voice was front-and-center, with her vocal ensemble placed clearly behind her. It was easy to forget we were listening to a picture frame

Going Wide

I wanted to test the off-axis response of the speaker while the song was playing, so I moved over a little bit until I was nearly in-line with the side of the speaker. I kept waiting to see when the speaker's sound would fall off, but it refused. Consider me floored at that point.

More music via Wi-Fi

Next, we started streaming over Wi-Fi using TIDAL and Spotify Connect. The quality improved nicely. "This House" by Anne Wilson sounded incredible, most notably separating Anne's voice from the organ and percussion during the chorus, which other speakers have failed to do. In fact, we picked up on near-individual voices in the backing choir.

We finished out on Twenty One Pilots' new song "Overcompensate." Josh Dunn's drumming took center stage and came through with drive and impact thanks to the built-in subs. Tyler Joseph's voice sounded clear and strong. He has a high singing voice, and some speakers portray his voice as shrill. The Music Frame kept it sounding natural the whole way through.

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Product highlights:

  • 3-way driver design:
    • two tweeters
    • two midrange drivers
    • two rear-firing woofers
  • picture frame details:
    • holds one 8" x 10" picture
    • viewing window is 8" x 8"
Streaming features:
  • built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for wireless music streaming
  • supports Apple AirPlay® 2, Google Chromecast, Spotify® Connect, TIDAL Connect, and Amazon Music HD
  • supports Dolby Atmos Music tracks from compatible sources
  • built-in Google Assisstant and Amazon Alexa voice assistants
    • mic is defeatable
  • Samsung's Q-Symphony ecosystem architecture lets you pair the Music Frame with other Q-Symphony devices
    • can pair with compatible Samsung TVs and sound bars to make a home theater system
    • pair two Music Frames together for stereo music
Other info:
  • stand-or-wall mountable with included hardware
    • stand and wall-mount have a channel for running the power cable
    • power cable can be routed inside walls for a clean, uncluttered look
  • swappable bezel for matching your room décor
  • side-mounted touch-sensitive controls for power, volume, and source selection
  • supports Dolby Atmos
  • 13-7/8"W x 13-7/8"H x 2-3/16"D
  • weight: 9.3 lbs.
  • warranty: 1 year
  • MFR # HW-LS60D/ZA

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More details on the Samsung HW-LS60D Music Frame

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Features & specs

Connections
Ethernet Port No
USB-A Port No
USB-B Port No
USB-C Port No
3.5mm Input No
RCA Input No
XLR Input No
Phono Input No
Digital Input No
HDMI Input No
Headphone Jack No
Subwoofer Output No
Wireless Features
Bluetooth Built-in
Wi-Fi No
Wi-Fi Bands No
Stereo Speaker Pairing Yes
Driver Details
Tweeter Size (Inches) ---
Tweeter Type ---
Tweeter Material ---
Midrange Size (Inches) ---
Midrange Type ---
Woofer Size (Inches) ---
Woofer Type ---
Audio Specs
Watts RMS (Continuous) Not given
Watts Maximum (Peak) Not given
Frequency Response Not given
Max. Digital Audio Bit Depth N/A
Max. Digital Audio Sample Rate N/A
High-res Audio Playback
From Network No
From USB Thumb Drive (USB-A) No
From Computer (USB-B) No
Streaming Compatibility
Apple AirPlay Yes
Apple AirPlay 2 No
DTS Play-Fi No
Chromecast built-in Yes
Roon No
Sonos No
HEOS No
MusicCast No
SoundTouch No
Bose Home Speaker No
WiSA No
BluOS No
Klipsch Stream No
KEF Stream No
Music Services
Amazon Music Yes
Apple Music Yes
iHeart Radio No
Pandora No
Qobuz No
SiriusXM No
Spotify Yes
Tidal Yes
TuneIn No
YouTube Music No
Control
Handheld Remote
Control by app N/A
Amazon Alexa Yes
Google Assistant Yes
Other Specs
Width (Inches) 13.8
Height (Inches) 13.8
Depth (Inches) 2.1
Parts Warranty 1 year
Labor Warranty 1 year

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