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What is "DNSe (Digital Natural Sound engine)"?

DNSe is a DSP audio enhancement technology that was first released and developed by Samsung in 2003, since featuring on many of the company?s products in the TV industry and of course on mobile phones.

Samsung said DNSe was created to give the best sonic experience to users, with the engine producing more natural tones and higher quality audio, so the company says. As with other audio enhancement features, DNSe comes with some preset dynamics that Samsung thinks gives users the best experience. These presets are Concert Hall, 3D Speaker, Clarity, Base Extension, and Street Mode; each one offers different sonic levels and unique audio experiences.

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