BLUESOUND’S PULSE SOUNDBAR NOW IN WHITE
Bluesound, who stormed onto the market just over two years ago went on to launch their Pulse Soundbar to critical acclaim late last year. Initially available in black finish, Bluesound are now releasing the Soundbar and Sub in a new white finish.
StereoNET reviewed the Pulse Soundbar upon launch declaring:
Bluesound is raising the bar of what can be expected of ‘lifestyle’ and multiroom audio products, delivering a Soundbar that looks like any other, but performs like something else entirely.
After great success globally, Bluesound have answered the calls of dealers and consumers and have announced that the Pulse Soundbar and Sub will be available in a new white finish later this month, complimenting a wide range of décor and tastes.
Matt Simmonds, Bluesound Product Manager told StereoNET:
We believe though that a product should look as good as it sounds and seamlessly integrate into its environment, whatever that might be.
The new white finish Soundbar and Sub were shown to attendees this week at the CEDIA Expo in San Diego, CA.
The Bluesound Pulse Soundbar and Sub in white will sell locally at the same price as the black finish, at $1,799 RRP and $999 RRP respectively.
For more information visit the Bluesound brand page.
StereoNET's Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers and headphones. Marc is also the founder of the annual International HiFi Show.
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