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Bluesound POWERNODE 2

Rating: 4.0 out of 5 (2)
SKU: Powernode 2 BLK UPC Code: 5703120290409
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Bluesound Powernode 2 Wireless Multi-Room Streaming High-Res Amplifier

Using industry-leading 1GHz ARM Cortex-9 Multi-core processors, you’d think Bluesound was engineered for something more than just audio. Bluesound’s 32-bit architecture combined with 8x oversampling, paired with our own innovative HybridDigital™ Amp and DAC platforms, ensures that your lossless high-res music playback is flawless, with precision, power and clarity – at any volume.

  • Stream music to multiple Bluesound Players all over the home
  • Access and connect to internet radio stations, cloud music services, and your own local music library
  • Control music wirelessly with an intuitive Controller App for iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, and Windows & Mac OS X desktops
  • Instinctive touch control on unit
  • Simple setup, easily expandable
  • Innovative digital amplifier
  • Available in Black or White

Customer Reviews

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stephane gervais pellerin
So far so good

Easy to setup, working well and sounds good with my Q acoustics 2050i. 5 stars

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Austin
Refurbished unit at a refurbished price!

I bought my powernode 2 as a refurbished unit; the included documentation indicated that the power supply had been replaced.

When adding to my existing system, I found that the firmware on the unit was so far out of date that it wouldn't update, and I had to follow the manual firmware update procedure. (I wish the firmware update had been done as part of the refurb process).

With the firmware updated, the unit associated and works as expected!

There are some very minor scuffs and signs that the case was opened, but no major scratches. This is going in my workshop and the aesthetics aren't super important.

Overall, very impressed for the price. Three stars because it took me a few hours and a bunch of obtuse failure messages to figure out that it needed a firmware update.