Samsung MX-T70 Model Tower Speaker Review

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Last Updated on May 1, 2024 by Daniel Osakwe

According to Samsung, its largest party speaker is capable of competing with a concert venue for sound volume. A full 1500 W of power would lead one to believe this would be the case as well, but as we shall see, it is a claim that fails to stand up. With its floor-standing design, the Samsung MX-T70 is one of the largest party speakers on the market today. Samsungs speaker combines flashing LED lights and large speakers with karaoke, like the JBL Partybox 1000 and Sony MHC-V73D.

In other words, the stage is set for joy and celebration, complete with a large party speaker. There is no CD or DVD player in the Samsung speaker, so it cannot be connected to a TV via HDMI. The speaker does not have a radio, which makes it more of a party speaker.

Additionally, it has a microphone mixer on the back and a connection for other audio sources. Also included is a carrying handle and a USB charger for the mobile. The mobile holder also fits perfectly on the speaker’s top.

Samsung MX-T70 Model: Karaoke

Samsung MX-T70

Besides the rubberized control panel, you’ll also find a button on that panel that controls the music. It is also possible to switch between Bluetooth and one of the inputs on the back.

With the app, you can change the sound image and select lighting effects from a remote control, too. Besides controlling the music, the app also features a number of DJ effects.

Due to the lack of a DVD player, you can’t sing along with karaoke DVDs on a screen, but you can mix two microphones over the music. I enjoy it too, especially when the sun sets and the speakers’ light show combines with the music.

Several speakers can be connected wirelessly, either the MX-T70 or the smaller MX-T50, and up to 10 speakers can be connected for even more power.

Bluetooth can connect two users. They can switch between playing music simultaneously.

Samsung MX-T70 Model: Loud but with poor dynamics

Samsung mx-t70 speaker

Despite its elegant design, the speaker easily fits into any environment. Samsung has succeeded well with its design. For those who want to listen to music without the effects, laying in the hammock listening to their favorite playlist, the light show can be turned off.

On the inside are a 25 cm upward-firing woofer and a midrange and tweeter on each side. However, Samsung’s claim that the speaker delivers 1500 W power is puzzling. Even if Samsung means PMPO (peak momentary power output), the power supply in the speaker is not powerful enough to handle the 1500 watts the company claims.

When the volume is turned up, you notice this as well. This speaker is extremely powerful, and there is a lot of basses here, a kind you can really feel on your body. One should not be concerned with not wanting to dance on the dance floor, as the music is loud enough to create a true party atmosphere.

As a result, the Samsung speaker works flawlessly.

Unfortunately, it does not manage to bring out any of the nuances in the music. This record lacks air and dynamics, and the vocals sound a bit stuffy compared to the Sony MHC-V73D. 

You soon reach the limit of how loud you can play cymbals with such low treble, and the speed of the music is too slow to be driven by cymbals.

Compared to the Samsung speaker, the Sony speaker overpowered it. While we were not convinced by the claim of 1500 W, we at least hoped that it would give the Sony speaker a good match for its price.


Samsung MX-T70D is available for less than the RRP, and we recommend that you search for the lowest possible price (always). Other options and better sound are available elsewhere for the recommended full price. But if the Samsung speaker is a good deal, it can be a really good purchase. Even if a speaker had the advertised features, we would have expected more for the price.