Bluesound has introduced a new wireless speaker link, the RT100, designed to link any non-wireless powered subwoofer to Bluesound’s PULSE SOUNDBAR, allowing consumers to integrate their own subwoofer into Bluesound’s wireless multiroom streaming platform. A pair of RT100s can also be used to link a Gen 2 Bluesound player to an active subwoofer or speakers, eliminating the need to run speaker wire. The RT100 is available now for $99.
Bluesound has announced the immediate availability of the RT100 Wireless Speaker Link. The RT100 is a versatile accessory that allows for the addition of a non-wireless active subwoofer to almost any system for heart-pounding bass without the hassle of messy cabling. It is available now with a MSRP of $99 USD and $149 CAD.
Using point-to-point technology, the RT100 allows users to wirelessly pair any active subwoofer with the Bluesound PULSE SOUNDBAR. To pair with a Bluesound PULSE SOUNDBAR, the setup is quick and easy–simply connect the RT100 to a subwoofer via analog, press the pairing button, and then complete the process using a smartphone or tablet. By adding an external subwoofer, the PULSE SOUNDBAR can focus on reproducing the critical mid and high frequencies in movie soundtracks and music, delivering more bass as well as improved clarity and dynamics. For users of the PULSE SOUNDBAR and PULSE SUB, the process is built-in, and the RT100 is not required.
The Bluesound SUB can be paired with any Bluesound Player with the addition of one RT100 Wireless Speaker Link.
As a full-range device with both transmitter and receiver functions, users can connect one RT100 to any Gen 2 Bluesound Player or an existing stereo system with a USB (transmit only) or analog input, and a second RT100 to any active subwoofer to wirelessly stream audio with added bass while eliminating unsightly cables.
“The RT100 Wireless Speaker Link is the perfect solution for adding a non-wireless subwoofer to their Bluesound music system,” commented Greg Stidsen, Director of Technology and Product Planning for Bluesound. “Customers can also use multiple RT100s to connect their stereo and powered speakers without the need for messy cabling. Either way, the RT100 Wireless Speaker Link will provide a great benefit for a modest investment.”