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    Aaron Wong

    Hi Gilles,

    No, it won't work. Unfortunately the Bluetooth capabilities of the Bluesound Devices are INPUT only so the Bluetooth headphones won't work.

    Yes, it was designed to stream music to the player via Bluetooth.

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    Gilles Mercier

    OK thank you for the answer.

    do you think this could be supported soon ?

    I suppose Bluetooth chips natively support send and receive functionalities... in such case just a software update would do it.

     

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    Jochem Donkers

    The question was specifically regarding the Pulse 2 and Node 2 devices. Is the answer valid for all Bluesound devices and thereby also covering the PowerNode 2?

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  • Hi Jochem

    Yes - this applies to all Bluesound Products

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    Mark0712

    Is this answer also valid for the fantastic bluesound mdc module for nad c368/388 amplifier ?.

    I read somewhere this was 2 directional. 

    Mark

     

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  • @Mark

    That's a different story - The NAD C368/388 amplifiers do have Bluetooth Headphone capability but that is handled on the NAD chassis and not the BluOS MDC, so yes you can use BT Headphones in that configuration...  I hear the HAD HP70s sound great BTW 

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    Mark0712

    Mmm,

    not logical to me to support 2 directional bluetooth on NAD C368 and once I add the bluesound MDC module (and have to disable Bluetooth on NAD chassis !!)  its not supported anymore.  Not a good choice.  Not logical either.   

     

    Mark

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  • Hi Mark

    Our friends at NAD can help you out. Please e-mail them at support@nadelectronics.com

     

     

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