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Naim - Mu-So Reference Wireless Music System
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- Stream Music From Virtually Any Source in Stunning Sound with Naim Mu-so Wireless Music System: Apple AirPlay, Universal Plug 'n' Play, aptX Bluetooth, Spotify, Internet Radio, & Multi-Room Capability
- Award-Winning Naim Mu-so Delivers 450 Watts Through Six Amps and 32-Bit DSP Inspired from Bentley-Made Design: Also Features Touchscreen Volume Dial and Innovative App
- Six 75-Watt Amplifiers, 32-Bit DSP Deliver Audiophile-Quality Performance
- Looks As Good As It Sounds, Features Two-Patent Pending Designs
- Dimensions (HWD): 4.8" x 24.7" x 10.1"
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Stream Music From Virtually Any Source in Stunning Sound with Naim Mu-so Wireless Music System: Apple AirPlay, Universal Plug 'n' Play, aptX Bluetooth, Spotify, Internet Radio, & Multi-Room Capability Award-Winning Naim Mu-so Delivers 450 Watts Through Six Amps and 32-Bit DSP Inspired from Bentley-Made Design: Also Features Touchscreen Volume Dial and Innovative App Stream music from virtually any source in ravishing audiophile-caliber sound with the incredible Naim Mu-so wireless music system , bolstered by six dedicated amplifiers and a gorgeous touchscreen volume control inspired by the company's flagship pre/pro. Delivering a total of 450 watts of power, Mu-so includes built-in AirPlay, Universal Plug 'n' Play (UPnP), aptX Bluetooth, USB, Internet Radio, Spotify Connect, and USB connectivity to give you practically every digital option you could want. Listen to music stored on your computers or tablets in better-than-CD quality, set up a multi-room system with another Mu-so , or utilize the digital input to better TV and game sound. No matter what you do, you'll never tire of the rich, dynamic, and subtle sound. Made to pair with a stunning app, Mu-so plays back music with genuine hi-fi sonics distinguished with tremendous scale, dynamics, energy, and detail. "This player is about fun, and good old foot-tappin' involvement. Give it a high quality file to play and I guarantee that you will be delighted at its musical coherence and articulation. If you want to get more music in your life, then get a mu-so. It's as simple as that!" – Chris Thomas, HiFi+ A What Hi-Fi? Product of the Year Award-winner that the audio magazine calls "more than worthy of a front-and-center position in your listening room," the stylish Mu-so provides controlled, textured, impactful, and precision-based sound associated with top-notch floor-standing spea
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Tip: Don't put this on a table, I highly recommend putting it on some sort of stand so that the sound isn't muted by the material of the table. Also sound is best when the box is at ear level
FEB 25th: Garbage in, garbage out. If you think this will turn a cruddy mp3 and etc into perfectly golden ear candy then keep dreaming. The more you upscale and I mean USB jitter correctional units as well, the more you'll enjoy. I've heard the unit sound coldish and I've heard it sound like a million bucks. All dependent on my source material and what presented it. Rejoice in that. It's an adventure.
Feb 27th: How you position the unit will have a lot of effect on how it sounds. Ear level-Off Ear Level all sound different. Experiment. Closer to walls mean more bass, of course. Had a special night of watching the snow fall as I sat at my windows and the Muso was so captivating in its quality that I felt some sort of transformation within, not just enjoying the music but evolving in a pleasurable way. Delicate strings and thunderous bass---this thing sounds like its creator worships MUSIC not frequency responses---that's for sure. Had quite a few out of bodies while lost in the sound earlier in the day. Basically the Muso is a drug. Listening to it while writing this and I'm glad to be alive. I am trying to stay away from flowery language and be objective but it's difficult to do because the pleasure won't stop.
(Oh developing a 'cobra-like dancing neck' sometimes when the complex rhythms do their thing. Happens automatically INTO it. Thank you, Naim.)
Put on the iconic soundtrack 'Finding Nemo' and now I have a newfound respect for Thomas Newman. The tapestry of moving colors that was revealed! My widening eyes while being caught up into the musical wind only to be sat down gingerly in a swinging arc. It was like coming in for a graceful landing! Ludicrous! I am ashamed I haven't felt this way before! Keep in mind I'm listening to the TIDAL music streaming service WITHOUT ANY TONE CONTROLS WHATSOEVER---which can't be happening. I've always been an EQ man my entire life. I still am...but the Muso can live happily Flat. How I loathe the connotation of that word in audio --FLAT. It should be called NATURAL instead. Sigh..ok enough poetics for today. I feel conned. Surely this child-like joy is the result of some sort of trickery? I need a nap.
(More to come....but it's starting to feel pedantic to go on...)
Put 9 serious hours on the M and I can hear it breaking in---becoming more refined. More clarity meaning more 'out of the black background' emergence...a saxophone burnished out of nowhere today, slithering satin brass down the side of my face and my eyebrows reached for my hairline. Bass is taking on more texture with the impact becoming more localized vs. disembodied. I'll probably buy another M to keep as a back up. That's not hyperbole either. The M is part of my life now and I will call 911 with a code ADAM if it goes missing. Windows within the music are starting to open meaning if I allow myself to follow this instrument or that then the entire song is enjoyed from a slightly different perspective---meaning you hear the song AS the bassists then AS the pianists then as the singer--- It's something we did as children quite naturally.
Thought I heard a rattle from the speaker--it turned out to be a synthesizer from a song I had heard dozens of times before but never to this degree of detail. The Break IN phase is happening. Geez.
*Tried the FLASH DRIVE MODE feature with WAV files burned from CDs in ITUNES (Meaning you put music files on a FLASH DRIVE and play them from the USB port) You can control the track changes via the WHEEL OF SEX atop but not even the track number is displayed so you have to use the NAIM app to see where you're going. The app screen layout is sparse so you get the name and number of the track and that's it. I would have liked more features such as a RANDOM button. Also of note: If using a wireless device to control the track changes make sure it's set to NOT fall asleep or else it will take the music into the arms of Morpheus with it.
FLASH DRIVE MODE shows you what the Naim is capable of without all of one's ancillaries to change the sound quality. It was simply beautiful and dynamic, so you don't need a laptop or wires to play true CD quality music. The DAC handled WAV files burned from CDs with ITUNES perfectly. Again NO tone controls and it sounded fantastic NOT thin or lacking in bass or treble or midrange. (OH...perhaps I lie here...within the NAIM app I did have the loudness ON and the wall placement option was set to further than 25cm from the nearest sheetrock meaning it would give more bass to compensate.) Did I just confess to being a BASSHEAD??
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