Naim Audio has today introduced a new ‘Wood Edition’ of the Mu-so 2nd Generation wireless speaker (available now for $2,290), which the company says “blends superb performance with exquisite styling.” The new speaker is housed in a sustainable, treated Ayous hardwood, lacquered to resemble light oak. The Mu-so heatsink also has a new anodized aluminum tint, as well as a neutral-toned, woven front grille, itself made of the same fabric used on the light oak-finished Sopra speakers from Naim’s sister brand Focal. This supports the concept of mixing and matching across the VerVent brands in the home or office.
“Blending class-leading performance and timeless design with a luxurious new finish, Mu-so Wood Edition is the perfect premium audio companion for homes with classic or contemporary interiors,” said Stuart Brown, Naim Product Manager.
The Naim App facilitates onboard streaming or direct streaming from other devices. Services supported include Spotify Connect, TIDAL and Qobuz, while Chromecast Built-in allows access to Deezer and Google Play Music. As well as acting as a Bluetooth speaker, AirPlay 2 support allows Apple Music streaming and Apple Home integration, along with Siri voice control. You can also use Mu-so as a nice high-end sound bar via the included HDMI ARC connection. There is multi-room functionality, and an ability to group other Naim players and AirPlay 2-compatible wireless and Chromecast built-in devices.
The Mu-so Wood Edition (Light Oak), along with the Mu-so 2nd Generation, Mu-so Qb 2nd Generation and Mu-so for Bentley Special Edition models, are all still available in the range if you are thinking of dotting them around the house. For more information on this latest addition to the line, visit Naim Audio here.
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