Love it. Sounds so much larger than it really is. Plenty enough to fill up the average living room. Very decent bass that will satisfy most people. The app works fine for me, as does the optical input which I use to input my Samsung TV's sound just like a sound bar. The Pulse 2i senses the incoming optical input and can automatically switch to that source. You can't turn the auto sense feature off if you want. I plan to buy another in the future.
Pros: Size, build quality, room-filling sound, clarity.
Cons: Wish it had a regular optical input instead of mini.
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I put a lot of time into researching the wireless speaker market before purchasing the Pulse 2i, but I'm glad I did. It sounds amazing and seems to get better with time. The sound clarity, richness of the sound field and depth of bass for a digital speaker is fantastic! This is state of the art hi-fidelity from today's technology. I've got it in my basement bar and it easily fills this fairly large room. I'm planning on adding it's smaller sibling the Pulse Mini to my pool room soon.
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Purchased a Pulse2i, Pulse Mini and Pulse Flex to determine which would be the best complement to my space and other components. The big boy Pulse 2i sounds pretty stiff out of the box, but give it some time to break in and you'll be glad you did. The setup in BluOS was seamless and the app is great. Upgraded to hi-res from Sonos; BluOS app has some learning curve from Sonos. Now that I've gotten the hang of it I wonder how I allowed myself to be constrained before. My only warning is that this thing pumps out some tunes, you may be as well served with the 2i Mini, especially if you are listening to multiple units at once.
Pros: Sounds great, great app
Cons: Might overwhelm your space, this is no toy.
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