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Streaming the Blues

Streaming the Blues

Streaming the Blues

The BSP series is based on the BluOS platform for playing and distributing content from local network storage and streaming services

With the addition of the BSP1000 and BSP500 network active loudspeakers, Bluesound Professional has extended its distributed audio ecosystem for commercial spaces. Available in either a black or white matte finish, both amplified IP65-rated models incorporate integrated streaming capability for indoor and outdoor applications. The two-way BSP500 and BSP1000 models feature 5.25- and 6.5-inch LF woofers, together with a 1-inch HF driver for operation within a 63Hz – 23kHz and 45Hz – 23kHz frequency range, respectively. An integral wall bracket allows for wall mounting with 90° of swivel and 170° of rotation.

The BSP series is based on the BluOS platform for playing and distributing content from local network storage and streaming services, including some specifically designed for commercial use such as SoundMachine, QSIC and internet radio. While a pair of BSP speakers can be used in common stereo configuration, multiple speakers can be configured for both mono or stereo use. When incorporated within a larger networked BluOS system, the BSP500 and BSP1000 can be placed into user-definable groups with other BSP speakers, Bluesound Professional players, amplified players or networkable speakers. Featuring PoE+ or PoE++ one-wire Ethernet connection for both streaming content and power, each speaker can be placed in low-power standby mode. PC and smartphone speaker management can be accomplished from the Bluesound Professional CP100 wall-mount controller and third-party control systems.

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