A new second generation wireless music system has been unveiled by Naim this week building on the company’s previous design to provide a reengineered music system offering improved base delivery. The new Naim Mu-so wireless music system features an all-new multicore Digital Signal Processor (DSP) to provide higher performance, providing 2000 MIPS (Million Instructions Per Second) compared to the original Mu-so’s single-core, 150MIPS DSP.
Naim Mu-so has Chromecast built in and is compatible with Apple’s AirPlay 2 technology and offers the ability to play digital music at up to 32-bit/384 kHz resolution. The new intuitive Dial touch sensitive buttons include the ability to :
– Create a multiroom group with other Naim products
– Tap to pair Bluetooth device
– Cycle through external Inputs (HDMI, Digital, Analogue)
– Tap to play from USB device
– Tap to resume play queue (Spotify Resume if user is logged in)
“Mu-so 2nd Generation is the successor to the multiple award-winning Mu-so wireless music system, re-engineered for class-leading performance, functionality and usability by our experts here in Salisbury, England. Combining our 45 years of hi-fi mastery with the very latest music-streaming technology and premium design quality, this is the ultimate single-box system you and your music deserve. From up to 32bit high-resolution streaming to multiroom music to HDMI TV sound; you’ve never heard it so good from an all-in-one wireless system.”
“The cabinet design has been re-engineered to create 13% more internal volume, enabling bigger, better bass. Both the cabinet bracing and baffle moulding have been redesigned for improved rigidity, which suppresses and controls vibrations. The distinctive heat-sink fins are now more compact, while still being ultra-effective, and continuing to feature Naim patented technology that discreetly incorporates the wi-fi antenna.”
Source: New Atlas
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