roksponsmallNAD Electronics and Bluesound, announced that they will become a Roon Ready Partner. The integration as a Roon Ready Partner will provide subscribers of Roon’s intuitive, information-rich music library management software the ability to connect to BluOS-enabled devices from NAD and Bluesound. The integration is expected to be live before the end of 2016. By analysing a music collection, Roon allows users to explore the connections between the artists, composers, performers, producers, who created the music they love most, providing valuable insights and helps them to discover new music. In combination with NAD and Bluesound’s hardware, music lovers will be able to stream high resolution music throughout the home, to one or many speakers simultaneously or individually.



We are proud to partner with Roon, as it’s an integration that has been widely requested across all of our channels,” said Greg Stidsen, Director of Technology and Product Development for Lenbrook (owners of NAD and Bluesound, among others). “It’s a partnership that reinforces NAD’s and Bluesound’s commitment to expanding the richness of networked and high-resolution audio and music experiences our users and fans desire.”


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