I saw instructions on how to enable the demo mode on one of the videos on YouTube (screenshot attached). I turned it on, but I don’t know how to turn it off. If I don’t find a solution, I’ll have to do a factory reset, which will lead to the loss of settings(
According to an older post here, switching in and out of Demo mode on the Mu-So2 is part of the sales training, so your dealer may well know, but almost certainly Naim support should do so. Failing that @NeilS may be able to help when he looks in at some point.
So I turned it on out of curiosity)) This system has 5 songs in memory. Demo mode accesses these songs (by pressing buttons 1 to 5 on the control circle). According to the manufacturer, these songs sound very good on the audio system. I even found the names of these songs here on the forum by searching for “demo mode”. Now it remains to understand how to turn it off)
That’s just so it can sit in John Lewis and have something ready to go with zero fuss. The first gen ones had a Samsung tablet set up as a controller and another selection of songs; I forget which ones.
I’m surprised it’s not all Naim label tracks, must be licensing required.
Reading the thread it seems obvious for copyright reasons that Naim would not allow users to gain access to songs unless these are from naim records. But a list of these tracks would be interesting. I have no plan of trying this out if it even works on my qb first generation.
The tracks were posted above:
“Chaleur humaine” Christine and the queens
“Cease to begin” band of horses
“A moment of madness” Izzy bizu
“Wandered away” Anna leone
“Tears of joy” Antonio Forcione (Naim records)
I’m not convinced these were selected as stand out “sound great on the muso” tracks.