Naim - Mu-So Qb Wireless Music System
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- 300 Watts of Power,
- Multi-Room Capability
- Streams 24-Bit/192kHz
- Plays Bluetooth aptX, TIDAL, Spotify, Apple AirPlay, More
- Measuring a petite 8.3 x 8.6 x 8.3 inches
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300 Watts of Power, Brilliant Sound, Multi-Room Capability: Product of the Year Award-Winning Naim Mu-so Qb Compact Wireless Music System Streams 24-Bit/192kHz, Plays Bluetooth aptX, TIDAL, Spotify, Apple AirPlay, More Measuring a petite 8.3 x 8.6 x 8.3 inches, touting 300 watts of power, and featuring multi-room capability, the sleek Naim Mu-so Qb is the new champion of compact wireless music systems . Taking many cues from the larger Mu-so , this mini but mighty marvel connects to your home Wi-Fi network and gives you immediate access to Apple AirPlay, Spotify, TIDAL, and Internet radio. Universal Plug 'n' Play allows you to stream music from your computer or network-attached storage in high-resolution 24-bit/192kHz audio. Bluetooth aptX, a USB input, and an analog input further expand your listening options. Want whole-house audio? Done. Mu-so Qb syncs with other Mu-so Qb devices as well as Mu-so to play the same audio in up to five rooms. Control it all from your smartphone via the intuitive Naim app or use the modern touchscreen interface complete with a patent-pending illumination system. Mu-so Qb 's most impressive aspect, however, relates to the rich, vibrant, audiophile-caliber sound delivered by the innovative components housed inside its super-compact cabinet. “Thanks to 300 watts of power on tap, don’t let the diminutive footprint fool you – the Qb kicks major ass, and thanks to onboard DSP, you can play anything. And you can play it loud.” — TONEAudio , Product of the Year Award In Mu-so Qb , five drivers are offset and perfectly angled to create left-right dispersion asymmetry. Two microfiber dome tweeters, two midrange drivers with rare-earth magnets and copper poles, and the combination of two passive bass radiators and a custom-designed woofer fueled by a 100W amplifier produce staggering clarity, depth, and
Top Customer Reviews
The Deepblue2 is extremely loud and has a huge amount of bass. This was a problem for me though since my room is small, the over 400 Watts the Deepblue2 puts out made my ears hurt on several occasions. The Qb on the other hand does not get so loud (only 300 Watts) as to hurt your ears even at full volume but it is still plenty of volume and bass to get the job done. Sound quality of the Deepblue2 wasn't far behind the Qb but the Qb is noticeably better. The Deepblue2 is not an ugly speaker by any means but the Qb is a beautiful speaker that looks like it would fit in at the Museum of Modern Art. It is something that I can imagine keeping for many years to come. The bluetooth connection on the Deepblue2 is probably its biggest shortcoming. The connection often falls out and makes a sharp loud noise in the process. The Qb connects effortlessly and has not dropped out for me yet. The Qb doesn't have a remote, unlike the Deepblue2, but it is not something I really need since I can control the volume from my computer and don't really like having yet another remote control.
The Sonos Play:5 is a great speaker but the bass is somewhat lacking to me and I prefer iTunes to the Sonos App, even though the Sonos App is great too. You can fix the bass problem by buying a $700 subwoofer but I decided against it. The Riva Turbo X does not get very loud at all and is pretty ugly. The Bose SoundTouch 20 has frequent bluetooth dropouts and looks outdated.
So if you are a bit of an audiophile like me and want good speakers for a small room get the Qb. If you want speakers for a large room go for either the larger Naim Mu-So or if you want to save money the Peachtree Deepblue2.
If it were possible I would deduct half a star for not including the remote control which you can buy separately. Sure, you can use the app instead but the remote should be included at this price point.
1. Sound is very good
2. multi room technology works flawlessly. Nice feature is the integrated web radio interface.
3. Design is quite unique with the wavy front.
4. Shipment & packaging: easy and in time, good protected but no packaging overkill
Plug it in & enjoy