Bluesound Digital Multiroom Audio System Specs

Vault 11.5 x 8.25 x 9.5 in (WxHxD), 6.6 lb; Inputs: USB (1), Ethernet (1); Outputs: Stereo analog (2), optical digital (1)
PowerNode 9.75 x 7 x 8 in (WxHxD), 4.25 lb; Power Output: 2 x 50 watts (4 ohms, 2 channels driven); Inputs: USB (1), Ethernet (1), Wi-Fi; Outputs: subwoofer RCA (1)
Pulse 2.75 in tweeter (2), 5.25 in woofer; 16.5 x 7.75 x 7.5 in (WxHxD), 13.5 lb; Power Output: 80 watts (total); Inputs: USB (1), Ethernet (1), Wi-Fi, optical digital (1)
Duo D20 1 in aluminum dome tweeter, 4 in metallized polypropylene cone woofer; 5.125 x 8.5 x 7.125 in (WxHxD), 5.35 lb
Duo D10 8 in woofer; 9.75 x 13.375 x 14.5 in (WxHxD), 24.6 lb
Price: $3,396 (Vault, $999; PowerNode, $699; Duo, $999; Pulse, $699)

Bluesound International
(905) 831-6555

Bluesound International
(905) 831-6555

MikePS's picture

Great article. Many of us sort-of-audiophiles use a Mac Mini/MacBook with a player (Audirvana Plus, Pure Music, Amarra) for digital audio sourced from a NAS or HDD. How would the sound quality compare? Can it replace the Mac Mini? Or how does it compare to other digital audio players? Thanks!

stodgers's picture

My understanding is the Vault is around $1,000 and has suspect native tagging ability. A PC laptop would be cheaper and seems to do all of the necessary actions a user would need. I like the idea, but I'm not sure the price point is right with the limitations on tagging - important feature for an auto-ripper.