Upgrade your stereo and bring high-fidelity music streaming into your home. Connect B-Fi to any music system and your internet to stream from your favorite music service or direct from your music library using your phone, tablet, or computer.
Upgrade the audio gear you already love and bring high-fidelity wireless music streaming into your home. 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.
QUICK AND EASY SETUP
Stream from your music library or use our in-app music services, which include Spotify, TIDAL, Qobuz, iHeartRadio, TuneIn, Napster and more, using your iOS or Android phone. Or use AirPlay to stream from any other music player or service as you’re not stuck using one product app
EXPAND YOUR LISTENING EXPERIENCE
ADD MULTIROOM SOUND AND STEREO PAIRING
Add additional B-Fi streamers to other music systems or your home theater for multiroom sound, stereo pairing, and multi-user capabilities. Control your music from anywhere in your home and play any song in any room (or every room).
B-Fi is easy to set up, simple to control, and features digital and analog outputs for high-resolution audio. And no matter how you listen, B-Fi audio quality will always be best-in-class.
Both are capable of high-resolution and high-definition audio and provide the highest quality sound for wireless streaming.
Yes, while streaming via Airplay.
The Audioengine Control app supports a maximum of 12 rooms, however for most homes we recommend 8.
After setup you can stream your music anywhere there is a reliable wireless internet signal.
Yes. If your hotspot is listed as a choice in Wi-Fi networks, you can use it as an access point.
Yes. Our devices can play APE and FLAC within the normal bit rate range. They also support decoding 24bit/192kHz music files.
Yes. You can play music from your library, a mobile device storage device, USB thumb drive, and portable hard disks and NAS.
Yes, anybody connected to the same network.
Any Audioengine powered speaker systems that have line-level (RCA or 3.5mm) input connection or digital optical input will work with B-Fi.
The B-Fi is a 2.4GHz device but most networks are dual-band, so select 2.4GHz during B-Fi setup.