Matthews told Australian Hi-Fi Magazine that the price reductions were due to a combination of initiatives from Bluesound, and the introduction of some economies in Convoy’s own infrastructure, and distribution model. ‘These latest price reductions coincide well with positional changes elsewhere in the industry and being more competitive in particularly from arriving global pricing pressures,’ he said.
Bluesound is a premium smart music system components that includes audiophile-grade wireless speakers, digital music players that allow you to stream all your music wirelessly to every room in your home including those recorded in high-resolution, high-capacity rippers and storage devices and more. ‘Bluesound is the future of home audio,’ said Matthews. ‘Discover Bluesound and listen to your favourite tracks, in every room of your home, as close to life-like performance as possible… it’s the ultimate choice in hi-res multi-room music streaming.’
New Bluesound pricing is:
Bluesound Node 2: $899
Bluesound Powernode 2: $1,399
Bluesound Vault 2: $1,999
Bluesound Pulse Soundbar (black): $1,499
Bluesound Pulse Soundbar (white): $1,599
Bluesound Pulse Flex: $599
‘We’re delighted that our continued growth means that we can pass on these savings to our dealers and the consumer,’ said Matthews. “With more than 50 years of sound service and being known for distributing great brands that represent a wonderful value for money proposition whilst also being at the leading edge in terms of design and technology.’
For more information, contact Convoy International.