Which came first, the Naim or the Arcam Muso

Just spotted this and thought the cheek of it ripping off Naim Muso …


They aren’t quite the same. The Arcam is “Muso” whereas the Naim is “Mu-so”.

IIRC Naim were just pipped to the post by Arcam - the Muso came first, albeit a somewhat different product being a miniature bookshelf/satellite speaker for pairing with the Arcam Solo series of all-in-ones.

That’s how I remember it too. Naim tried to call it the Muso but as Arcam already made a Muso, Naim inserted the hyphen, presumably to get around the trademark.

Thank you gentlemen.

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