Bluesound launches BSP200 network streaming speaker

Bluesound Professional has launched the BSP200 network streaming speaker, a PoE product that can be controlled by the BluOS app.

The speaker is available in white or black matte finish and its player is based on the BluOS platform. It can play and distribute content from localBluesound launches BSP200 network streaming speaker network storage and streaming services, including some specifically designed for commercial use, such as SoundMachine, Custom Channels, QSIC, SiriusXM Music for Business and internet radio stations.

In addition to stand-alone use, a pair of BSP200’s can be used in stereo configuration. The BSP200 can also be used in a larger BluOS system, allowing for grouping into user-definable groups of whatever size is required with other BSP200 units and/or any other connected Bluesound Professional players on the network in an installation.

The BSP200 features a 3.5-in LP driver and a 1-in HF driver powered by a 23W high efficiency amplifier including a low power standby mode. The frequency response of the speaker is 45Hz-20kHz and the THD+N of the system is 0.003% at full rated power. Built-in DSP allows for equalization as well as other audio processing. Access to content is via Ethernet. A USB input further adds to the capability of the system by providing replay of files stored on connected drives. High efficiency electronics and drive units provide a maximum SPL of 102dB (using PoE+).

The speaker can be controlled by Windows or Mac computers, iOS or Android phones or tablets, and the Bluesound Professional CP100 wall mount controller. Third party control is also possible. Security provisions prevent unauthorised control of the system.

An optional bracket allows for wall mounting with 40 degrees of swivel and 360 degrees of rotation.


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