The Bluesound Hub is a network accessory that allows a variety of analog or digital audio sources to be added to the Bluesound ecosystem. They can then be used for multi-room streaming. There are plenty of options as the Hub features HDMI eARC, coaxial, digital optical, stereo analog, and a Phono Stage. The Phono Stage is a built-in ‘audiophile-grade’ MM phono stage preamp, which makes linking a record player a lot easier.
Each Hub can link one source to your Bluesound network and up to four Hubs can be added to your Bluesound network. Of course, the Hub is equipped with BluOS, making adding an analog or digital source easy with the BluOS Controller app setup wizard. The BluOS app also makes it possible to control different zones. Easy placement has also been thought of, because the Hub is 1U rack height high, 1/3 rack width wide and is powered via USB-C. Even hanging is possible.
– Network Audio Source sharing with BluOS
– Low-noise MM Phono Stage
– Stereo Analog Line Input
– HDMI eARC with CEC
– Optical and Coaxial Digital Inputs
– ARM CORTEX A53 Processor
– Dual band Wi-Fi + Gigabit Ethernet
– Powered by USB-C Power Adaptor
– 1U Rack Height, 1/3 Rack Width
– Four way Keyhole Mounting Slots
– Front Panel Function Button
– Black Finish
The Bluesound Hub is for sale from mid-June for a price of 349 euros.