Bluesound Pulse Soundbar review

To call the Bluesound Pulse Soundbar a soundbar would be grossly unfair. Yes, it’s shaped like a soundbar, yes it’s designed to be placed under a TV and its main function is to boost the TV’s sound quality.

But with wi-fi, ethernet and aptX Bluetooth all on board, it does so much more.

Described as an ‘all-in-one wireless streaming audio system’, once it’s connected to a network, it can stream just about any music file from anywhere to the Pulse Soundbar.

It isn’t just Bluesound’s first soundbar – it’s also the first soundbar to support hi-res playback and MQA files. Add in a mostly majestic sound, and we can understand why it costs an eye-watering £1000/$1500.

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