Front Runners October 2015: Mu-so to Your Ears

  • The all-in-one wireless Naim Mu-so music system combines a 32-bit digital-signal processor with six 75-watt digital amplifiers to reproduce digital music with exceptional refinement.

The all-in-one wireless Naim Mu-so music system (naimaudio.com) combines a 32-bit digital-signal processor with six 75-watt digital amplifiers to reproduce digital music with exceptional refinement. The $1,500 desktop unit’s mirrored speaker arrangement places dual woofers, midrange drivers, and dome tweeters on the front panel behind a contoured cloth grille (which is available in black, red, blue, or orange). The ported and resonance-reducing wood cabinet is wrapped in anodized aluminum. The Mu-so can be controlled with a phone, a tablet, a laptop, or the knob on top.  

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