Naim MuSo (Qb) how does it compare to Devialet's Phantoms?

Hello all,

Please don’t shoot me down for asking around about this. But looking online, both of these wireless speakers are at the top of the game when it comes to SQ on wireless speakers. I myself own a Mu So Qb 2.

I was wondering if anybody has been able to do any A/B testing (or even owns) both a Naim MuSo (regular or Qb) or any of the Devialet Phantoms (Gold/silver/reactor etc.).

From what I’ve read, the Devialet seems to have a very warm sound with very refined bass, Naim on the other hand sounds as if it’s a “good all-rounder” to put it loosely.

I’m open to just having a discussion about this as well if anyone has something they want to weigh in with here :slight_smile:

I had my Qb demoed by my dealer. They were quite happy to do this, you don’t need to be buying a NAC 552 to receive great service :slight_smile:

I think what you’ve said has gone over my head… :thinking:

they are really different products doing different things altogether.

Naim specialises in Pace, Rhythm and Tming.

Devialet uses a Class A/Class D digital hybrid amp technology and can sound very loud and impressive indeed.

I do like the Phantoms, very good sounding products

Guinnless means that although the Qb is cheap, a Naim dealer should still demo it for you if you want. You don’t have to be buying a £20K Naim preamplifier to expect that service.



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