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B-Fi Multiroom Music Streamer w/Wi-Fi

B-Fi Multiroom Music Streamer w/Wi-Fi

It's the high-fidelity component that can rock the whole house. The B-Fi Multiroom Music Streamer uses your home's Wi-Fi to send music from your favorite service or your music library on your phone, tablet, or computer to any music system anywhere in your home. And the optical audio output lets you transmit high-quality, uncompressed digital audio over longer distances without loss of quality or interference.
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Transform Your Stereo, Your Home, and Your Life

Upgrade the audio gear you already love and bring high-fidelity wireless music streaming into your home. Just connect B-Fi to any music system and your Wi-Fi network to stream from your favorite music players or music library using your phone, tablet, or computer. You're welcome.

Setup That Doesn't Require Manuals, Tools, or Frustration

With the Audioengine companion app, you can connect to your home Wi-Fi network using an iOS or Android phone or tablet. And you can stream high-quality wireless music from the included music players or leave our app and play from any other player or streaming service via Airplay. About the only thing our app won't do is help you with your dance moves.

Yes, We Take Requests

The Audioengine app lets you stream music from your platforms, like Amazon Music, Spotify, TIDAL, Qobuz, iHeartRadio, TuneIn, Napster and more, all from your iOS or Android phone. Or you can use AirPlay to stream from any other music player or service. TL/DR: No matter where the music's coming from, we're there.

Make Sure They Can Hear You in the Back

B-Fi is easy to set up, simple to control, and features digital and
analog outputs for crystal clear high-definition audio. Plus, you can
add additional B-Fi streamers to other music systems or your home
theater for multi-room sound, stereo pairing, and multi-user
capabilities. You control the music from anywhere in your home and play
any song in any room (or every room).

To B-Fi or Not to B-Fi?

The answer is simple: You definitely want to B-Fi. And here's why.

  • Let's you bring high-fidelity wireless Wi-Fi music into your home.
  • You can play different music in different rooms or the same song in every room. Your call.
  • Listen to on-demand internet radio, podcasts, audiobooks, and save your favorites.
  • Low-latency streaming with no audio lag between speakers. So you don't get the funky echo sound between rooms.
  • Control your music, volume, and speaker selection from anywhere in your home with the Audioengine Control app.
  • Continuous play without draining your device’s battery.
  • The digital output gives you premium high-definition audio.
  • The Audioengine Control app gives you control over everything and is
    available in the Google Play and Apple App stores at a price that fits
    every budget: free.

Status LED

Wi-Fi antenna

USB power inlet

Optical out

Stereo RCA outputs

  • Wi-Fi Input

    802.11 b/g/n (2.4 GHz)

  • Audio output

    Analog, optical

  • Output level

    2V RMS

  • Sample rates

    32 – 44.1kHz

  • 1 B-Fi Multiroom Music Streamer w/Wi-Fi

    1 Power supply w/ detachable AC cord

    1 RCA audio cable

  • Column

    1 Microfiber product bag

    1 Setup guide

Questions & answers about the B-Fi Multiroom Music Streamer w/Wi-FiYou could use these two systems separately, with their respective apps, and separately through

Can I use B-Fi connected speakers, alongside Sonos speakers?

could use these two systems separately, with their respective apps, and
separately through Airplay. Sonos speakers are not able to be
integrated into a B-Fi system, though. The Audioengine Connect App is
only able to recognize B-FI connected audio systems, and the Sonos App
will not recognize B-Fi wireless music streamers. So there wouldn’t be a
way to group them together.

What music sources can be sent to more than one B-Fi simultaneously?

audio source can be used for multiroom playback through your B-Fi(s)
when using AirPlay, or when streaming audio via DLNA / UPnP, or using
the streaming services integrated into the Audioengine Control App. The
B-Fi(s) need only first be configured into groups using the Audioengine
Control App.

Does the B-Fi support 5GHz network access points (wireless routers)?

The B-Fi is a 2.4GHz device but most networks are dual-band, so select 2.4GHz during B-Fi setup.

Do all Audioengine Speaker Systems work with B-Fi?

Audioengine powered speaker systems that have line-level (RCA or 3.5mm)
input connection or digital optical input will work with B-Fi.

Can a single B-Fi have multiple users?

Yes, anybody connected to the same network.

Can I play locally-stored music?

Yes. You can play music from your library, a mobile device storage device, and portable hard disks and NAS.

Can B-Fi play high resolution music?

B-Fi supports lossless playback of CD quality audio, with zero
compression. While you can play higher than CD quality audio to the
B-Fi through DLNA, UPnP, or high res streaming apps like TIDAL and
Qobuz, all audio is transmitted at 16-bit 44.1kHz.

Can I use a hotspot as an access point?

Yes. If your hotspot is listed as a choice in Wi-Fi networks, you can use it as an access point.

What is the wireless connection range for the B-Fi?

After setup you can stream your music anywhere there is a reliable wireless internet signal.

How many rooms or zones are possible?

The Audioengine Control app supports a maximum of 12 rooms, however for most homes we recommend 8.

If B-Fi is used outside the Audioengine app, will multiroom and stereo configurations follow to other music services and apps?

Yes, while streaming via Airplay.

Which has better sound, Audioengine Bluetooth or Wi-Fi?

Both are capable of high-resolution and high-definition audio and provide the highest quality sound for wireless streaming.

What are the differences between B-Fi (wi-fi) and B1 (Bluetooth)?

B-Fi uses your home Wi-Fi network for multiroom music streaming and stereo pairing, while B1 uses Bluetooth.  

B-Fi allows you to name and rename devices, while B1 does not due to limitations of Bluetooth.

B-Fi requires the Audioengine Control app for initial setup while no product app is required for B1.

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