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Bluesound Powernode N150

skiddy

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Have inherited one of the above, at the moment I have active shelf speakers and an active subwoofer to mainly use with Amazon Unlimited, so cannot hook the Powernode up.
Trying to find some suggestions for a passive set up in the near future with Bookshelf & Subwoofer, may have between £1000 to £2000 to spend.

many thanks,

skiddy.
 

skiddy

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No mention in the manual, I contacted Bluesound support and they confirmed that the N150 needed a passive speaker set up.

I know the N150 is an older model by today's standards, but was given to me as a gift and was very highly rated by What hifi reviews back in its day. I just wanted to pair it with the best possible partners.

Many thanks,
skiddy.
 

muljao

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Without hearing it myself and looking at the specs, it will drive any appropriately priced speakers. I'm not sure spending 1000-2000 is the best idea. Reviews generally rate based on price/performance etc.

Off the bat if it was myself and bookshelves I'd probably look at something like the wharfedale evo 4.2 and forget about a sub
 

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