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Bluesound Upgrades Wireless Multiroom-Audio System

New features include the ability of the Vault music server to download high-resolution music files direct from HDTracks.
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Pickering, Ontario – Bluesound is enabling the Vault music server in its wireless multizone audio system to download and pay for high-resolution music files direct from HDTracks.

Consumers previously had to downloaded high-res files to a PC;s hard drive, then manually drag and drop them into the Vault from the desktop.

In other updates to its BluOS operating system, the company added music-streaming service Murfie to the list of streaming services accessed by its wireless audio system. Other updates add support for local library playlists, folder browsing, and cross-browsing for particular tracks between local libraries and music services.

Murfie support lets users browse Murfie’s vinyl and CD inventory of 500,000 new and used albums and stream songs from a user’s personal Murfie collection of vinyl and CDs stored in the cloud.

Bluesound users can upgrade their Bluesound Players to BluOS firmware version 1.12.0 or higher starting today.

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