NOW IS THE TIME TO GET WIRELESS MULTI-ROOM AUDIO
Bluesound, the multi-room audio brand that was the first to offer high-resolution 24-bit music streaming has launched a cash back promotion.
Assuming your WiFi network is up to the task, Bluesound allows up to 64 independent zones of music all conveniently controlled from a smartphone or tablet.
Bluesound's Pulse Soundbar was reviewed by StereoNET late last year and emerged as one of the best sounding bars on the market:
As it stands, Bluesound is raising the bar of what can be expected of ‘lifestyle’ and multiroom audio products, delivering a Soundbar that looks like any other, but performs like something else entirely.
The Pulse Soundbar, available in white or black, and now also has an optional matching subwoofer, will see you receive $250 cash back for the white version, or $150 cash back for the black finish via redemption.
Bluesound's Node 2 is a streaming device that can be added to any existing Hi-Fi system, bringing with it access to music services including TIDAL, or your local and network stored music library. It also functions as a Roon Ready endpoint. You can read that review here.
As part of the Cash Back promotion that is available at participating dealers and runs from 31 August until midnight 28 October 2018, you'll receive $100 cash back on a purchase of the Node 2.
For most rooms in your home, you’ll find the Pulse Mini ($899 after cash back) near perfect, but if you have a smaller space check out the convenient and beautifully engineered Pulse Flex ($549 after cash back).
An optional battery can also power the Pulse Flex, so you can take your HD music outdoors and listen to your favourite sports via Internet Radio built into the Bluesound app.
For the full range of Bluesound and details of the Cash Back promotion, visit the Bluesound website.
The article Bluesound Launches Cash Back Promotion first appeared on StereoNET AU.
As the publisher of both GadgetNET and StereoNET, Marc can still be found buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers and headphones. Marc is also the Event Director of the International HiFi Show.
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