New Products for November 2019

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Analogue Audio Delay Processor with Volume Control


Our AD11AU has been designed to help correct audio delays incurred when separating audio and video signals in an AV system. The AD11AU can add a delay of up to 1 second selectable in 15 increments and has a volume adjustment of -75dB to 0dB.

Key Features

  • In-line 2ch analogue audio delay with line-level volume control

  • Supports 48KHz / 24 bit sample rates

  • Selectable audio delay from 50-1,000ms

    - 0-500ms in steps of 50ms

    - 500-1,000ms in step is of 100ms

  • Adjustable line level volume control from -75dB to 0dB

2ch Analogue Audio to Dante® Converter


Our DA11AU has been designed to convert unbalanced or balanced 2ch analogue audio to Dante® digital signal. The DA11AU allows any non-Dante® audio source such as mixing consoles, amplifiers, computers, and Blustream Matrix or distribution products to be connected as a source within a Dante® network. The DA11AU is a plug & play device that is powered using PoE (Power over Ethernet) from any PoE network switch and supports AES67 RTP audio transport.

Key Features

  • Analogue audio inputs support both balanced and unbalanced audio signals

  • Supports 44.1, 48 & 96KHz sample rates @ 24 bit

  • Configurable Dante® device latency (supports 1, 2 or 5ms configurable using Dante® Controller)

  • Supports AES67 RTP audio transport

  • Features Class 1 802.3af PoE for powering of product from any PoE switch

HDMI Wall Plate HDBaseT™ Transmitter - HDMI, RS-232 and IR up to 70m (4K up to 40m)


Our HEX11WP-TX HDMI Wall Plate HDBaseT™ Transmitter is a 4K solution that extends HDMI up to 70m at 1080p (40m 4K 60Hz 4:2:0).

The HEX11WP-TX has been designed to work with all Blustream HDBaseT™ Receiver and Matrix solutions, can be installed in both UK and European back boxes, and can be powered locally or from compatible Blustream HDBaseT™ products.

Key Features

  • Advanced HDBaseT™ technology offering distribution of video and audio over a single CAT cable

  • Supports 4K UHD video up to 40m (3840 x 2160 @30Hz 4:4:4, 4096 x 2160 @24Hz 4:4:4, and 4K @60Hz 4:2:0) 

  • Extends HDMI at 1080p up to a distance of 70m

  • Supports all known HDMI audio formats including Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Atmos, Dolby Digital Plus and DTS-HD Master Audio transmission

  • Supports 12V-48V PoC from compatible Blustream HDBaseT™ Receiver / Matrix products* 

  • Bi-directional RS-232 pass through

  • Supports IR pass-through to HDBaseT™ Receiver / Matrix device

  • Compatible with all Blustream HDBaseT™ Receiver / Matrix products**

  • Magnetic faceplate surround allowing both UK & EU backbox compatibility

  • HDCP 2.2 support

    *When powering the HEX11WP-TX locally, PoC is not passed to a connected HDBaseT™ receiver device

    **Technical performance is subject to the features supported on the connected HDBaseT™ device

Blustream hits 5 year milestone and looks to the future


The team at Blustream had much to celebrate recently as they marked five years since the founding of the company.

Blustream was set up following the merger between QualiFi and Audio Products Group’s consumer division. QualiFi sales manager Martyn Shirley recognised the need for an AV distribution product line as Wyrestorm had remained part of the APG commercial division.

Martyn eventually hit upon the idea of QualiFi developing its own brand, having researched the market and rejecting a number of options.

Blustream launched at the Integrate Expo in Sydney on 26 August 2014 and was very well received.

The company’s first big order was to Michael Stavrou of Advanced Lifestyle Solutions in Melbourne who says that, since then, he has installed many Blustream products in residential and commercial applications.

New Zealand company Sound Group Holdings CI manager Mike King says Blustream filled a gap in the New Zealand market with its reliable product line and great service.

It was subsequently decided to demerge Blustream from QualiFi and set up a separate company and, following a meeting at the IFA trade show in Berlin the company established a fully owned UK-based subsidiary with Phil Davis and Leon Tomasevic at the helm. The company grew considerably at this location and soon outgrew its space. After moving to a new facility, the company turned its thoughts to mainland Europe.

European sales manager Bruno Vermeir was hired to oversee the establishment of distributors across Europe while Neil Wilson was appointed sales manager for Canada and South America. An OEM agreement was reached in early 2016 with a major AV manufacturer in the US and they continue to be Blustream’s biggest customer.

Blustream has since set up its world headquarters in Melbourne.