Bluesound Adds Rhapsody Support

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Bluesound-products.jpgBluesound has announced the addition of Rhapsody to the list of supported music streaming services available through the company's line of wireless multi-room audio products, which includes the Pulse tabletop speaker and the Duo 2.1-channel speaker system. Users must subscribe to a Rhapsody Premier account, and a free two-month trial subscription is available to Bluesound product owners.

 

From Bluesound
Bluesound, the world's first wireless digital multi-room system to fully support high-res audio, announces the latest addition to its expanding collection of music services, Rhapsody, with unlimited, uninterrupted access to its catalog of over 32 million tracks. A recent winner of the UK's What HiFi? Sound & Vision Best Multiroom System of the Year Award, Bluesound has introduced its latest software release to enable owners to fully enjoy Rhapsody's immersive music experience anywhere in the home with exclusive content free from distracting advertising.

With Rhapsody Premier, Bluesound owners can stream their favorite music or personalized radio stations to any Player through a home network. Browsing Rhapsody's catalog of millions of songs and curated playlists, creating personalized playlists and ad-free music stations, and accessing thousands of AM/FM radio stations from around the world is simple and intuitive on the Bluesound Controller App. To allow Bluesound owners to experience this legendary service, Rhapsody is pleased to offer a free two (2) month trial subscription to Bluesound users in the U.S.

To enjoy Rhapsody on Bluesound, owners must subscribe to a Premier account. Sign up is quick and easy directly through the free Bluesound Controller App available on all iOS and Android mobile devices, as well as a desktop version for PCs and Macs, available for download directly from the Bluesound website.

BluOS 1.14.0 is available as of December 10, 2014. Bluesound owners are asked to upgrade all their Bluesound Players to BluOS firmware version 1.14.0 or higher in order to stream Rhapsody Premier. Download the Bluesound Controller Apps and BluOS firmware updates here: http://www.bluesound.com/downloads.

Additional Resources
• Visit the Bluesound website for more information on the company's product line.
• Read about other wireless tabletop speakers and 2.1-channel systems on our Bookshelf Speaker category page.


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