How far we’ve come. I would appreciate your thoughts and recommendations on whether it makes sense to get the Bluesound Node 2i or move to an integrated amp like to Sprout 100. Note how little space that white Node 2i claims in my equipment rack—and the hundreds of pounds of vinyl it could supplant. The reason why is not because I feel it is better than other options that are more costly, it’s just that it sounds RIGHT to me and in audio, what you do not know can never cost you. This rear-view shot shows the plethora of connectivity options available on the Bluesound Node 2i. The Node 2i wins. Like blood flows through the veins of a healthy individual. Well, the Zenith was given back but still have the Zen MKIII, of which I purchased. Powered by an ARM Cortex A9 speeding along at 1GHz, you’ll find a 32bit/192kHz DAC inside. The biggest improvement I noticed was an increased 3D soundstage. So one can just pick a radio station and let it run. And they shined especially bright with fast transient challenges—plucked guitar and bass lines, sustained piano chords, splashy/ringing cymbals, and rattling tom-toms. Air, imaging, and that rhythmic drive are top notch. 2017’s NAD Masters Series M50.2 is a £4k … In this case the clear winner was the Bluesound as the DAC in the Node 2i is superior to the one used in the Sonos, at least to these ears. Oh and the Node 2i is the latest and greatest from Bluesound when it comes to their basic streamer. The internal DAC of Bluesound Node 2i is decent.ofc unless if you want spend over 1000 eur for an external DAC,it would sound a bit better but not that much in your whole system.one advantage of node 2i is it's capable of decoding MQA format.It's very practical if you stream Tidal through the Node 2i… It can make a great piece for those looking for no muss, no fuss streaming without having to invest in a DAC right away. AFTER about 100 MORE SONGS on the Node 2i. It’s part of this hobby after all! I moved from a Squeezebox Touch to a Node 2 and I think the sound quality of the Bluesound … Yes. As far as audio quality in my situation and using my connections, is there any reason for me to upgrade to the Node 2i… The Soundstage is beautiful and wide with depth as well. Even when I had a MEGA SYSTEM here that cost more than a new Cadillac I was using the modded Sonos connect as my streamer going into an external high quality DAC. The long list of specifications includes a 32-bit/192kHz DAC, … The Node 2i was a tad warmer and richer in sound and yes I even did sound level matched tests. On sound quality the Bluesound … I recently took a drive over to Dedicated Audio in Scottsdale AZ as they have the bluesound Node 2i (as well as the vault2, and powernode) and after speaking with Dan (who runs the operation there) he suggested I give the Node 2i a try if I wanted to see what it was all about (the app, high res streaming, etc). As does the Innuos Zen Mini MKIII at $1250. It WAS indeed the nicest sounding CD I have ever heard at that time. While the brand-new Sonos new S2 platform can theoretically jump higher, Sonos remains content serving Qobuz, Tidal, Amazon Music, and its aforementioned Sonos Radio HD service at 16-bit/44.1 Hz FLAC (or less.) When used with an external DAC the job of the Node 2i is solely to get your music to your speakers. Sure, but if you want that last 5% of performance expect to pay $4k or more. This isn’t just another component that brings new content (streaming) to your gear. The Vault is a great product because it stores your CDs on its hard drive. When I “review” a product I do not talk of deep specs, but rather, I talk of the experience and what it brings to the table. But money is money, and we all like to save some from time to time in this crazy hobby of ours. I did follow your recommendation bought the $4K system. The BlueOS app is fantastic. I will not sell my Sonos as I like it but I will revisit it in a few months after having the Node 2i in my system for a while. Nice system for sure but not the same thing. The node 2i has a burr brown dac, it is upgraded from the node 2 and sounds a lot better. The whole family, including the kids, now have the app on their phone – which may have been a mistake as my daughter likes to hijack the system to play her heavy metal music when I’m not looking! For vocals or Jazz I slightly still preferred the modded Sonos, but then again, it was so damn close I wasn’t quite sure after extended listening. I looked at this product to hook up to a NAD 320Bee 50 watt integrated amp a while ago. The Theta produced better sound so I sent back the vault.Someone suggested that I use an external DAC, like the Chord Electronics Qutest DAC, with the Vault 2i to produce the quality … At $1250 for a 1TB Zen III that has COAX, Optical and USB as well as a built in DAC (if you need it) I feel it is the best solution for those who want to use Roon in an easy, hassle free way. Have I tried high res streamers in the past? The reviews over the past several years were great for the hardware, but the app usually got bad reviews as it was described as clunky and difficult to work with. I have not heard the power node but it could make for a great small rocking system. If we find something that works really well yet costs less than we think it should, that’s a bonus. Hi, I am considering buying a Node 2i specifically to get the best sound quality from Tidal MQA streams. Brooklyn DAC+ is a DAC, but also … Laying out an airy, open soundstage (never cluttered or compressed), reveling in precision and finesse, music flows from this small package in a most graceful, personable fashion. The Cambridge absolutely crushes it IMO. All here with the Node 2i (and modded Sonos). I want to replace the Shield with a Node 2i but I want to retain the Benchmark DAC. With the prevalence of bluetooth speakers in audio and our smartphones in imaging, most of the world go that route. I feel some in HiFi audio land think the Bluesound Node 2i is not worthy of their system because it costs only $549. Starting from the inside out, the Node 2i takes liberal advantage of all the hard work recently done by Bluesound’s sister company NAD. Listening to “Midnight Sunshine” from a Buddha Bar release brings me a heavenly slice ambient music that goes right to my senses as well as my heart. It’s what I am now using full time, at least for now. While not as detailed, separated or holographic as using a good external higher end DAC, it can get your feet tapping all on its own and depending on your level of HiFi may be the best you have ever heard, and that’s a great thing. Never once have I had a negative experience with Dedicated Audio. (FYI: all three boxes were connected to the Yamaha via variable-level analog outputs using identical audiophile-grade cables to allow for proper volume matching and to patronize the devices’ own DACs.). I have tried and heard MANY pieces of HiFi in my life so speak from experience and while my ears may differ from yours, all I am doing here is readying my experience. More for curiosity really as I always wonder how some gear will sound compared to an equivalent piece of gear. Yet it does not have that musical flow quite like the Node 2i does. Relaxed, fluid, foot tapping, wholesome and big with never a hint of digital glare or harshness. So I have been able to save some money with my system when it comes to streaming by being happy with my old CD quality SONOS. Do you have a audiophile CD player that you can recommend and that is not breaking the bank. I am a crazy audio nerd. ( I also have a Node N100) The 2 and 2i I run external DAC’s. If I can be honest I prefer the Bluesound app over the Sonos app after I used it for a few days. Or by splurging a few bonus bucks per month for the highest grade of 24-bit/96kHz (or occasionally even 192kHz) content streaming from a Qobuz, Tidal, or Amazon Music account. The Node 2i doesn’t have an onboard microphone, but you can command Alexa, Google Assistant, or Siri on other devices on the same network to trigger the Nodes with basic commands like “Alexa, ask Bluevoice to lower the volume of the den” or “Alexa, ask Bluevoice to play preset six in the theater.”. I owned the Muso 1 for the bedroom. Neither compare to what I hear with my Rossi L2 Dac but for $549 the Node 2i was seriously starting to impress me more and more. Considering its price versus performance and features, trying to find fault with the Node 2i … (I can’t blame the iOS platform messenger, a brand-new iPhone 12 Pro.). I will take a look at the Arcam as well! My system today consists of the Vinnie Rossi L2i SE, Dynaudio Special 40 Speakers, Swisscables, and a Technics 1210 GR turntable. I have the Vault 2 and Pulse 2. For the 5% who are like me, there may always be bigger, better and more expensive but when it gets down to it, we are in this hobby for the music not the gear. AirPlay 2 support is onboard, too.) Besides, I use a separate dac so any streamer SHOULD sound the same, right? With the recent release of the Sonos Port but without the toslink connection, I looked into other options available. I really enjoy your Raven Audio review and hoping they will give you another one that is $10K or less to evaluate? I looked at the Allo Boss 1.2 Player, the AURALiC Aries Mini and the Node 2i. I did. If using the internal DAC’s of these devices, it’s no … Thanks for your reply. With state-of-the-art Bluetooth ® aptX ® HD, the NODE 2i can easily support 24-bit streaming directly from your phone or tablet, as well as transmit studio-quality music to Bluetooth headphones and speakers. BTW, I will have an exciting preview of a new photo item THIS week, until then…. It’s a nice High end Audio System and the $549 Bluesound Node 2i is more than up to the task to deliver beautiful streaming music to this system. But when doing seriously focused (okay, obsessive) listening comparisons on my best rig, I was struck anew by the deeper soundstage and sharper focus; by the more dynamic, informative, and thus entertaining interplay afforded on the Russound MBX-PRE and even more so on the Node 2i. I’m happy as a clam in mud listening to Sonos speakers in my bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen. Steve, May want to try if you get a chance the Arcam Rplay. It even came with its own flight case. There’s a certain depth to the sound that seems to increase the weight and space in a given track, letting you feel a real relationship to the music. With high-quality sound and services, the Bluesound Node 2i brings 21st-century features and renewed vitality to your sound system at a rational price. This makes it a great option for those looking for top-quality digital sound … Yep, buy a speaker for each bedroom and you can stream from your phone, iPad or Fire and hear music all over the house. Benefitting from initial research ploughed, by mutual owner Lenbrook, into the NAD M50.2, the Node 2i is the recipient of thought and time taken. I saw the quick start guide and plugged in the Node, plugged in my ethernet cable (it will also do WiFi but hard wired is recommended to avoid ever having dropouts), updated it (which was automatic using the app) and set up the app with my Tidal, Spotify and Qobuz credentials (currently evaluating all of these services and will settle on one soon). Also why does my Benchmark DAC appear to sound better than the BlueSound DAC playing CD quality?? I know not everyone is into high end audio, it’s a niche much like high end cameras are today. The Node 2I is good but I have replaced it with a Cambridge Audio Azur 851. For this reason I always describe my experience with a piece of audio gear or photo gear, and it’s how I have bene doing it here for twelve years! ; ) Also, I am talking solely about going into an external doc, not using the DAC inside of the streamers. One of the deals of HiFi that are so rare these days. TechHive helps you find your tech sweet spot. If you haven’t heard of it, Linn Jazz is a spin-off of a noted UK audio products maker and record label, showcasing their own audiophile-grade, small ensemble acoustic recordings with artists like guitar master Martin Taylor and the sophisticated cabaret vocalists Barb Jungr and Joe Stilgoe. I picked up an Aurender Server/Streamer which cost 5x the price of the Node 2i. I had zero issues installing this. I also passed on the Aries Mini because it is being discontinued. I think a love of good music and Hi-Fi equipment is common amongst people that enjoy good cameras and photographic work. How times have changed for Audiophiles! You can get better but for a lot more money. Steve I love the Bluesound products. The device supports the high-res formats FLAC, ALAC, WAV, AIFF, and MQA as well as MP3, AAC, and WMA. I had one in my PS Audio Direct Stream DAC in the form of the Bridge II, and I loved it! It’s not the most detailed but it’s pleasing. It also can be set up as a Roon Core or player, so I can now stream from my iPad or phone, using Roon to stream Tidal or Qobuz and also have my CD files on the hard drive. The sound quality is stunning and it's an ideal way of updating an older classic stereo system to the digital age. Something those old Linn disc spinners excelled at. Even if using the DAC inside of the Node 2i it can play beautiful music. Streaming is huge today and with the variety of services we can use to bring music to our speakers the possibilities are endless. User Reports – YOUR views on camera gear! I read your review of the PS Audio Sprout 100 and was considering buying one as it also uses the ESS Saber DAC. Making my coffee in the kitchen? The Node delivers more details and a smoother presentation without any glare or edge. I settled on the Node 2i because it is similarly priced as a Sonos Port, with better sound and the same ease of use. I’ll see if I can. Bluesound has made waves with their streaming solutions and even speakers for the “whole house” experience. But, if you select that your DAC is MQA enabled, then volume and tone controls are automatically disabled as per MQA requirements. Seems to end it 70 year run. As far as an upgrade, do you think I need to look elsewhere for pricier streamers such as the Innuos Zenith MKIII or the Cambridge 851N? The next 2 unfolds are handled by the internal DAC of the Node to provide 192khz/24-bit audio. Bluesound also stands alone in supporting Tidal’s Masters tracks, albums encoded with MQA audio technology to deliver the quality of the original studio recordings. With both a Node2i and a Powernode 2i now under my roof, I’ve been happily grouping the two devices to output the same music stream with perfectly synchronized results. Thanks. Thank you. The Node 2i is a very close relation to the self-powered (60-watts per side) Bluesound PowerNode 2i that I reviewed in September with similar delight. It’s gone through several versions from what I understand and today it is solid, glitch free and fast as all can be. Some would not be able to hear the difference, others would easily. Hab Forum Resident. While the Sonos (modded) was a tad more open sounding in general on many songs the Bluesound sounded better. After all, specs mean nothing if a piece of audio gear sounds like garbage or a camera take a bad quality image. Rather, if you are looking for an all in one streaming solution that A: will not break the bank B: offer tremendous ease of use C: looks nice and sounds fantastic D: Will act as a hub for music throughout your house if you desire and E: Includes a really good dac built in then read on and find out about what is my top pick for a music streamer well under $1000. The Node somehow gave me the impression that the music was flowing unconstrained. Almost like a thin sheet was thrown over the speakers. Thanks to my receiver’s multitude of inputs and reasonably responsive remote control, I was soon plugging in and switching between the Bluesound Node 2i and the two other internet streamers I’ve recently reviewed here. Copyright © 2020 IDG Communications, Inc. Your review was excellent. You will not find better for less. With state-of-the-art Bluetooth, powered by Qualcomm's aptX HD codec, the NODE 2i can easily support 24-bit streaming directly from your phone or tablet, as well as send studio-quality … But I was never a fan of the Connect DAC and have always used it with an external DAC for this reason. How they stack up: Bluesound Node 2i deserves to sit atop the pack, with the Russound MBX-PRE in the middle and the Sonos Port at the bottom. I kept on being reminded of my time with Linn CD players of the past. I have mine set up with Tidal, Spotify and Qobuz and can stream almost any music I desire. All the products in the 2i range can support up to 24-bit, 192 khz playback and the Node 2i has a 32-bit DAC to make sure it’s getting the most from those Hi-Res files. Its … The Q Acoustics Concept 300 Speakers are very special. Both Bluesound boxes deliver high-res lossless FLAC encoding at up to 24-bit resolution and sampling rates as high as 192kHz (meaning bit rates up to 3,730Kbps). This is the third Gen streamer from Bluesound and gone are the issues that may have plagued the first generation. If the Node 2i fits your budget, and you have an amplifier and a pair of speakers you’d be happy to pair with it, this networked media streamer will reward you greatly with fantastic sound. I couldn’t make a direct A/B comparison because I didn’t have a Sonos Amp on hand. Bluesound gear and the BluOS operating system support the highest grade of service available from Qobuz (my personal fave because it courts grown-up artists, styles, and listeners) and from Amazon Music HD. Not simply trusting first impressions, it seemed wise to do some serious comparing and contrasting. It was as easy as 1-2-3 and have me not one hiccup. I am happy to say that in this case, the $549 for this piece is quite remarkable. I am plugging the N2i via toslink into my Devialet Phantom Golds so I am not sure if I can do better with another streamer. Why I did this is because it has the CD burner to convert the rest of my old CD’s into FLAC files. Again, the difference was small and I am highlighting what I heard. “The Port also got a redesign in the audio path with a 10db improvement in signal to noise ratio, making it sound better than the Connect.”. I am only using these devices as a streamer, bypassing the internal dac and feeing the 1’s and 0’s into my DAC where it then processes the sound and delivers it to the pre amp, amp and then my speakers. For the most part, it sounded similar to the $750 modded Sonos Connect. I have the Zen power supply coming and will get to test the Phoenix Reclocker as well, soon. Remember, however, that you might lose MQA support if that outboard DAC doesn’t support it. I am not aware of any current CD players available but can suggest searching Audiogon.com. The local audio shop has the Bluesound Node 2i and it has a digital out that I can plug into my DAC, so it seems like a possibility. The Hasselblad XCD 45mm f/4 P Lens In hand, my first thoughts! Thanks in advance for your advice. Useful Articles, Featured Photographers and more! I have a highly trained ear for this stuff. Throwing Airplay 2 signals to both Bluesounds (via my Wi-Fi network) has been a hit or miss thing, though, with the Node 2i sometimes dropping out for a second or three while the Powernode 2i soldiers on. Really enjoy your expertise review and recommendation into the audio. The Node 2i lets me do just that, with nary a disappointment. Let’s get back to this Node 2i…. It has the L2 Dac Module built in and the Bluesound sounds wonderful as the streamer or with its internal dac being put to work. Now I’d argue these high- (and ultra-high) resolution streams can give both you and your sound rig a new lease on life. But in the case of high quality music streamers you do not have to spend thousands of dollars to get beautiful music. It flowed in a rhythmic manner and had me moving immediately but it was warmer and thicker sounding than what was coming from the Modified Sonos. Some of you would not be able to tell the difference and this is a HUGE plus for the Bluesound Node 2i as for $549 it may just be the perfect streamer for many of you reading this. And really, who’s to argue, given the number of subscribers paying Spotify for its 320Kbps streams (and the millions more listening to the free 96- and 160Kbps ad-supported streams on that service). It’s a game changer, the best argument I’ve found to date to sell my crazy-big vinyl and CD collection, ‘cause almost all that content on the walls is hiding in this little box’s connection to the internet. You will be able to find a different sound, possible better to you if you spend 3-10X as much. In fact, I will have a review of the Innuos Zenith III and Zen Mini III soon. HI Steve, As for both going into my DAC, the Zen III has a slightly more detailed sound over the Bluesound, which keeps its warmer/bigger bass presentation. I have a Node 2,and Node 2i. I have the Bluesound Powernode as a second system in the kitchen, hooked up to some small bookshelf speakers. Some wonder how one streamer can sound different from another if you are using the same DAC. I suspect the 2i would slot into most old school stereo systems and deliver a quality solution to any modern digital listening need. They are on another level but so is the price. Remember that this Node 2i is $200 less expensive than the Modified Sonos. Serious digital-to-analog convertors alone can cost that much—or a whole lot more. My $750 modded Sonos Connect is fantastic but it doesn’t have quite the same wide open flow as the Node 2i. Tries the Muso 2 and it could not even get close to what a nice two channel system brings. Don’t get me wrong. The Bluesound Node 2i is a hugely enjoyable and highly capable player in a small attractive package which is likely to remain relevant for many years to come. 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