Joining the company’s Wireless Audio 360 speaker range, the R5, R3 and R1 are designed for easy deployment of a multi-room audio system.
The speakers can be controlled using an array of devices – including a customer’s smartphone, tablet and smartwatch.
“With these additional models we are bringing a new kind of high quality sound to the market, with design that is simple, yet premium, and offers a more intuitive user interface,” says Jurack Chae, senior vice president of the visual display business at Samsung Electronics.
“The R5, R3 and R1 will help cement Samsung’s position as a world leader in home audio.”
Those who have experienced Samsung’s R7 and R6 will already be familiar with the new speakers joining the range and the proprietary ring-radiator technology that Samsung uses.
There are however some differences in these new speakers – including new physical control options for changing the volume, playing and pausing content, or to select a different music source.
Samsung’s Multiroom App for Android and iOS will enable users to share music wirelessly across multiple speakers around the home.
Thanks to a recent update, the App now also works with the Gear S and Gear S2 smartwatches.
That means users will soon be able to control their audio directly from their watch; which includes changing the song, searching playlists and even controlling the volume.
Samsung is going a step further than just adding functionality however, as the company has announced a partnership with Qobuz, the online high-fidelity music service.
Through this partnership users of Samsung’s Wireless 360 audio system will be able to benefit from high-resolution music.
All the new models will be made available in the UK, US and select European markets in the last quarter of 2015.