Audio systems manufacturer, Bluesound has introduced a sound system that supports hi-res network audio streaming.
The PULSE SOUNDBAR works with Bluesound’s wireless multi-room streaming operating system, BluOS, to support audio resolutions of 24-bits and up to 192kHz sampling rate. It also supports MQA audio streams.
Designed to be used with flat panel displays 42” or greater, the PULSE SOUNDBAR enables the TV room to become the focal point of a home’s multi-room audio system.
Driving the audio performance is a three-way speaker configuration with tri-amplification, so each driver has its own dedicated amplifier channel. Each driver is custom developed for this application and includes individually optimised chambers for speaker operation and isolation.
The soundbar’s deep bass extension boasts a large chamber volume, passive radiators and DSP equalisation.
All the performance technology is housed in a slim and elegant casing which can be shelf mounted, wall mounted or free standing.
The manufacturer provides many installation accessories to give the integrators flexibility without going to the effort of sourcing additional accessories.
The soundbar comes with 120V and 230V AC power cords, stereo RCA to RCA cable, Ethernet cable, two kickstand feet, two kickstand extenders and a wall mount bracket as standard.
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