Inside NAD’s CEDIA 2016 Booth: BluOS Is Everywhere

Lenbrook and NAD extend the BluOS networked multiroom high-res audio operating system to all categories. Bluesound releases its new Pulse Soundbar, which doesn’t need a subwoofer and integrates with the TV.


The theme in NAD's booth at CEDIA 2016 was integration. The parent company Lenbrook recently announced that it has extended the Bluesound networked multiroom high-res audio operating system, BluOS, across all its categories. 

Under the NAD brand, this includes AV receivers, stereo and multi-zone amplifiers, and the NAD Masters line of high-performance separates. 

Check out the video booth tour above to see NAD's new Pulse soundbar, the newest addition to its Bluesound range of products. It's a true full range loudspeaker that streams high-res music from the network, cloud services or local sources; it fully integrates with the TV and — best of all — doesn't require a subwoofer.

Other new NAD products like the CI 720 and CI 580 integrate with existing wired systems, the BluOS app, and Crestron, Control4 and RTI control automation systems, with other integration partners to come.