Naim has a new speaker ready for next season that comes as an update of its previous model Mu-so Qb launched in 2016, this time with the last name "2nd Generation".
It's about a wireless model With a cubic shape and covered by acoustically transparent fabric available in multiple colors and that includes several improvements in hardware and software.
For example, the control knob located on the top of the device has a new lighting system with proximity sensor that turns on its lights when we approach the speaker. It also has shortcut keys to different services and playlists, "Spotify resume" function and compatibility with the brand's multiroom platform so we can interface it with the rest of Naim's speakers.
With a power of 300 watt stereo We can stream our file collection with a maximum quality of 32bit / 384kHz either using the UPnPTM protocol, via USB or through AirPlay 2, being also compatible with Spotify Connect, TIDAL and including a Chromecast interface. Also, thanks to its connectivity WiFi and Ethernet We can access our favorite online radio stations.
An analog auxiliary input has also been added 3.5mm jack if we want to connect an external player, as well as a Bluetooth interface to send contents from the smartphone, tablets and laptops. It also includes a port digital optical that we can connect to the TV to function as a sound bar.
Price and availability
The Mu-so Qb 2nd Generation will reach distributors from September for a recommended price of 849 euros.
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