By Todd Anderson on Mar 2, 2018 at 1:10 PM
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    Bluesound’s Pulse Soundbar Sheds $200 in Price Reboot

    (March 2, 2018) Bluesound recently slashed prices on its Pulse Soundbar, making the possibility of convenient high-resolution playback a reality for more of the enthusiast world. As of March 1st, the company is offering its black finish Pulse Soundbar for $799 (down from $999), while the white version can be had for $899.

    The 120 Watt Pulse Soundbar features two 1” soft dome tweeters, two 2” midrange drivers, and two 4” woofers to deliver two-channel sound from a true lifestyle form factor. While the soundbar utilizes dual passive radiators to play down to a capable 70 Hz, owners can choose to add-on a separate wireless Pulse Sub ($599) for additional bass output.

    Utilizing BluOS, Bluesound’s proprietary wireless multi-room streaming operating system, the Pulse Soundbar delivers fully capable Hi-Res network audio streaming with FLAC, MQA, WAV, and AIFF compatibility (supported sample rates include 32kHz to 192 kHz, 16-24 bit). It can also stream direct from handheld devices utilizing Bluetooth aptX, while carrying support for many popular music streaming services (such as TIDAL, Spotify, Deezer, and Amazon Music).

    “The soundbar category continues to be a strong performer industry-wide,” commented David Cain, Bluesound’s global Vice-President of Sales and Commerce. “By positioning the Bluesound PULSE SOUNDBAR at an even more affordable price point worldwide, it becomes a great entry point for consumers who want to enjoy high resolution sound for their high definition TVs.”

    Bluesound says its BluOS operating system continues to be enhanced to ensure cutting edge performance and compatibility with the best smarthome control technologies on the market. For more information, visit Bluesound on the web.


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