No Easier Way to Add Audiophile-Quality High-Res Streaming to Your Existing System: Bluesound Node 2i Network Music Player Has Onboard TIDAL, Qobuz, Apple AirPlay 2, and aptX HD
There's no simpler way to add high-resolution streaming – and TIDAL, Qobuz, MQA, Internet radio, and practically countless music options – to your existing system than the Bluesound Node 2i network music player. It also accesses your own libraries held on computers, phones, and external drives without any need to turn on a computer. Equipped with a 32-bit/192kHz DAC, dual-band Wi-Fi, Apple AirPlay 2, and even the ability to stream to wireless headphones, Node 2i comes ready to play. And you can even control it all with voice commands using Amazon Alexa or Siri. Too cool!
Make an Infinite Playlist
Connect Node 2i easily to any existing stereo system to unlock and discover a universe of audio streaming. With more than enough analog and digital input/output options to please the most ardent audiophile, Node 2i connects your gear to all the music ever recorded. Online streaming services, Internet radio, and even your own digital music library held on a computer, smartphone or external drive all come to life.
NODE 2i has enhanced dual-band Wi-Fi, providing best-in-class performance even in crowded airspace. Bluetooth performance is also seriously stepped up with state-of-the-art aptX HD, supporting 24-bit streaming directly from your phone or tablet as well as the ability to transmit studio-quality music to Bluetooth headphones and speakers. High-end DAC technology built into every Bluesound player can decode and stream MQA files in lossless glory.
Apple AirPlay 2 and Built-In Music Services
Node 2i is now more flexible than ever, with onboard AirPlay 2 for easy integration into the Apple ecosystem. Premium high-res music services like TIDAL, Spotify, and Qobuz – as well as virtually all other popular music services and Internet radio stations are already built-in. Access your downloads, your iTunes library, and content from any other NAS drive all without turning on a computer.