New BluOS 2.10 Update Released Jan 31

BluOS 2.10 update is getting a new update hitting BlueSound and its happening January 31. Here’s everything you need to know about the system that operates your multi-room stream.

New BluOS 2.10 Update Released Jan 31

According to manufacturers, BluOS 2.10 showcases their continued dedication to improving the BluOS experience and making the most of music listening experiences through an enhanced user interface.

This newly optimized interface unveils a Player Setup Wizard that makes it easier than ever to set up new Bluesound Players as it’ll guide you step-by-step to ensuring you’re system is ready to kick a**.

BluOS 2.10 also adds a number of new music features including in-app access to the TIDAL Masters catalogue which contains hundreds of master-quality albums (MQA). Users will also have the ability for Microsoft Groove users to access music on their OneDrive right from the app, and support for Calm Radio favorites by simply selecting Favorites > Albums in Microsoft Groove and voila! All the music on your OneDrive will appear.

This update also adds Dolby Digital support for the PULSE SOUNDBAR (high-resolution speaker that hangs under your 4K TV) and the PULSE SUB (wireless subwoofer), as well as support for RoonReady (a high-resolution integration system that consists of a single core which is wired to manage your music collection from many sources, and builds an interconnected digital library using enhanced information from Roon). That sound pretty sweet to me!

To get started on the BluOS 2.10 update, upgrade all of your players when prompted by the app on your smart phone, tablets, or desktops.  You can also visit for more information.

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