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BluOS 3.4 Update Brings New Music, New Features, and Refinements

User experience improvements, new Radio Paradise stations, and support for various hardware features among the highlights.

Lenbrook International has announced the release of version 3.4 of its BluOS high resolution distributed audio and music management platform. The update, which BluOS users will be prompted to download on April 16, 2019, features a variety of refinements and new streaming music options.

BluOS users will now be able to identify high resolution tracks when browsing Qobuz content within the BluOS Controller app. An “HR” icon will appear next to hi-res tracks, keeping the experience of browsing through Qobuz content similar to that of browsing through content from Tidal or other music services.

Screenshot of “HR” indicators in Qobuz in BluOS 3.4

Improvements have also been made to the BluOS integration with Roon to improve compatibility with Roon’s recent version 1.6 release.

All BluOS users will now be able to rename inputs to custom identifiers or hide inputs not in use to reduce user confusion of available audio sources. Bluesound users will experience better Bluetooth pairing stability, while users of the NAD Masters M10 BluOS streaming amplifier will now be able to easily pair their Bluetooth devices with NFC. Additionally for M10 users, Dirac Live will be enabled and includes in-app room correction controls once the technology has been configured by the user.

Chassis firmware to support DTS:X on NAD Electronics AVRs using the AM230 and AM17 MDC Modules will be bundled in with the BluOS update for the convenience of users with BluOS Enabled AVRs. Users of non-BluOS Enabled AVRs with those MDC Modules should contact their dealers to obtain the DTS:X firmware update or visit for a do-it-yourself download and installation of the update.

Screenshot of new Radio Paradise stations in BluOS

BluOS 3.4 will also include a number of music updates, including three new Radio Paradise stations, which, like the existing Radio Paradise integration, will be a no-cost service bundled in with BluOS Enabled products. The new Radio Paradise stations will feature lossless CD quality streams for Mellow Mix, Rock Mix, and Groovy Mix, and users will now have the option to skip songs. Additionally, after users “like” 100 songs in any of the Radio Paradise stations, an additional station of “My Favorites” will appear in the menu, essentially creating a custom radio station.

BluOS users will be able to stream or download live concert recordings – many of them in lossless formats – with, the latest music service to be added to the ever-growing list of streaming integration partners.