Have owned my Bluesound system for going on a couple years now. Most of that time (whatever extra time I have had) was devoted to "ripping" my LP & CD collection into the system. Still adding but not as much...over 46,000 tracks now. Anyway have had more time this winter to listen to the system. Currently have a Node 2 feeding a system in the living & TV room (a Denon Stereo amplifier feeding two sets of JBL Studio monitors (4311B's and 4301's). In the basement I have my "main" listening room where most recently have added a Node2i connected to a Bryston based system pushing a set of JBL 4350's, a Pulse 2i in the kitchen and a Power Node 2i feeding a set of JBL 4301's is in the three season enclosure on the back deck (spring, summer & fall only...bring it in the house during the winter months...to cold to keep it out there during the Michigan winters).
I am very pleased with the quality of the sound for all the components but do have one suggestion to the Bluesound developers.... Do not know how hard it would be but to add a better equalizer section for the players would be nice.....a 6 band would be a great improvement but a 15 or 31 band would be perfect (yeah right..we can only dream...once an audiophile always an audiophile...LOL). Would enable the user to get a better flat frequency response from the different Pulse speakers as well as any other systems connected to the Nodes. But I do want to say that I am very pleased with the audio quality of all the units I own......did not really know what to expect since this is my first venture into wireless home audio but I am very happy with the results. I still listen to vinyl and "certain" CD's and SACD's in my main listening room but the Bluesound system still comes pretty close and it does make it a lot easier to access any artist, track, gene, etc.... Good job to the Bluesound crew....please keep up the good work and please give some thought to improving the EQ sections.
Happy in Ann Arbor
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