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Lenbrook’s Bluesound OS Extended to NAD

Lenbrook made several new product announcements at CEDIA, with the core of the group’s developments based around the extension of BluOS—the high-resolution music operating system from its Bluesound brand—to operate on new NAD products.
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Lenbrook made several new product announcements at CEDIA, with the core of the group’s developments based around the extension of BluOS—the high-resolution music operating system from its Bluesound brand—to operate on new NAD products.

NAD product highlights include the CI 720 Network Stereo Zone amplifier, the 4K- and Dolby Atmos-enabled VM 130 video module for the company’s AVRs, new BluOS-equipped models in its flagship Masters Series amplifier line, and three new amplifers in the Classic Series, which feature hybrid digital amplification in a more affordable package, starting at $649.

The Bluesound brand also debuted the Pulse Soundbar, a three-way, tri-amplified soundbar capable of playing High-Res Audio files and MQA decoding, which the company is positioning as an entry point to introduce customers to the possibilities of a multi-room audio system. Slated for availability in October, its 70Hz–20kHz frequency range allows for it to be used without a subwoofer.

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