Based out of Salisbury England, Naim has established itself as one of the go-to wireless/streaming speaker manufacturers that can be considered audiophile grade in both sound reproduction and quality of construction. They sent me the second-generation Mu-so and the smaller Mu-so QB to test drive for a few weeks and I am impressed with their sound and ease of use. They offer wireless connectivity with internet radio, USB, Tidal, Spotify, Qobuz, Bluetooth and both analog (3.5mm) and TOSLink connections. With a handy downloadable (free) app, you can control all inputs, audio settings, alarms and a sleep timer; as well as controlling any smart lights you might have. All inputs can be renamed, too. A remote is included with the larger Mu-so, but once I had the app installed, I never really had to use it because it covers all the bases when it comes to control.
The cloth covering of both units can be changed out with other colors to help match your decor. The Mu-so has dual tweeters, midrange and bass speakers with over 450 watts of amplification, combined with a new DSP chip that handles music files up to 24-bit/384 kHz. The sleek aluminum casing has a touch control knob that acts as volume and selector. It senses your hand and illuminates, waiting for your command. It reminds me of an Apple product in its simplicity and elegance.
Look for my upcoming review in time for the Christmas shopping season. I have already been telling Santa that I have been extra good this year!