Naim Audio have launched their new Mu-so Qb wireless speaker and music system this month, which is now available to purchase priced at $999 and is capable of delivering 300 watts of power.
The Mu-so Qb wireless speaker supports a number of connectivity technologies including Airplay, Bluetooth, aptX, Spotify Connect, TIDAL, UPnP providing easy access to your stored music, Internet Radio, USB, analogue and digital inputs.
The wireless speaker also comes with its own companion application for both Android and Apple iOS devices allowing you to control it directly from your mobile device. Naim have fitted the speaker with two microfibre dome tweeters and two mid drivers, all four driven by 50W amplifiers, with rare earth magnets and copper-capped poles for even greater accuracy, says Naim. Check out the video below to learn more about its design and the 32-bit digital signal processor at its heart.
Mu-so Qb is the new compact wireless music system from the engineers behind the award-winning Mu-so. Controlled by a powerful audio brain, Mu-so Qb is alive with custom-made features all designed in our audio laboratories in England. It’s a true feat of sound engineering. From the contours of the glass-filled polymer casing to the bass radiators that help create huge low frequencies – every millimetre of space has been used to great effect. Simple to control and easy to connect, Mu-so Qb delivers a staggering 300 watts of power that unmasks your music with a sound that defies size.
ne of the biggest design challenges with Mu-so Qb was to configure the individual speakers within the smaller cabinet. To achieve that distinctive Naim sound, our engineers had to interrogate every component and adjust speaker angles by the smallest of fractions. It led us to an arrangement of five drivers, offset and angled perfectly to create a left-right dispersion asymmetry.
For more information on the new Mu-so Qb wireless speaker jump over to the official Naim Audio website for full specifications and purchasing options via the link below.
Source: Naim Audio