Posted on 22nd November, 2017


Bluesound, the Canadian manufacturer emerging as a champion in the multi-room wireless audio arena has today announced a new firmware update for its products.

BluOS version 2.14 makes it possible to build a Dolby Digital surround sound system consisting of the Pulse Soundbar and Sub, plus Pulse Flex speakers for the rear simply by 'grouping' the speakers via the Bluesound app.

Once all Bluesound products have been updated to the new v2.14 firmware, this configuration will give you a wireless Dolby Digital surround sound system.

StereoNET reviewed the Pulse Soundbar earlier this year and declared it “outstanding”. We also suggested it was a great addition if surround sound wasn't important to you. Well that's no longer a problem either thanks to the new feature.

Bluesound Flex Surround Sound

Bluesound is available from specialist HiFi outlets around Australia and was the first multi-room audio platform to support high-resolution audio.

Bluesound's BluOS platform is also embedded into NAD Electronics' new range of AV Receivers, allowing further audio zones and multi-room capability.

For more information visit Bluesound.

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Posted in: Home Theatre Integration Smart Homes & IoT
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