Just a little launch today - new premium option for Mu-so 2nd Generation.
Mu-so Wood Edition is dressed in sustainable Ayous hardwood, expertly treated and lacquered to give the appearance of a Light Oak finish. The iconic Mu-so heatsink also has a new anodised aluminium tint, with the speaker finished by a neutral-toned, woven front grille. This new Wood finish is an ideal match for lighter-look interiors - allowing you to seamlessly enjoy harmonious style and sound throughout your home, from living room to kitchen; home office to bedroom.
Mu-so Wood Edition offers the same award-winning specification as the standard Mu-so 2nd Generation, for superlative wireless music streaming. Enjoy Spotify Connect, TIDAL and Qobuz baked in, while Chromecast Built-in gives access to Deezer and much more, including Google Assistant compatibility. AirPlay 2 support adds Apple Music streaming and Apple Home integration, including Siri voice control potential. It also works as a Bluetooth speaker.
Mu-so Wood Edition can transform your TV sound, too – simply connect via HDMI ARC. Whether you sit it under your TV or anywhere else in your home, room compensation options optimises the audio to suit, for a rich yet natural sonic experience.
Mu-so’s multiroom capability lets you stream the same song in beat-perfect sync or play different music in different rooms. Group with other Naim players and systems at the touch of a button, any AirPlay 2-compatible wireless speaker or with Chromecast built-in devices.
Mu-so 2nd Generation, Mu-so Qb 2nd Generation and Mu-so for Bentley Special Edition models remain in the range as additional or alternative options.
Available from today at a wide range of retailers. More pictures and info here:
Looks really nice. I always look to see wood has been sustainably and ethically sourced
One reason I went for eucalyptus on my Harbeths, if you’ve seen the eucalyptus forests as you drive north through Kwa Zulu Natal, you will be aware there is no shortage of eucalyptus wood, quite the reverse
It does look nice, elegant and as already commented sustainably sourced.
I’m not quite sure why you’re meant to use it with Focal speakers. OK it’ll visually match in the room, but I don’t think it’s that likely that you’ll have a Muso and another system in the same room (I suppose you could have a CD/vinyl based system and use a separate Muso to add streaming maybe. I don’t think it has any audio out, my Qbs don’t.)