Naim Audio Mu-so QB 2nd Generation

£899.00

Mu-so Qb 2nd Generation is packed full of game-changing performance, feature and functionality upgrades, available now at Audio Venue

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Mu-so Qb 2nd Generation

Mu-so Qb 2nd Generation

The Premium Compact Wireless Speaker Your Music Deserves

Mu-so Qb 2nd Generation is the latest member of the award-winning Mu-so wireless music system family.

Re-engineered from the ground up to create our best compact wireless music system yet.

Combining their 46 years of hi-fi expertise with the very latest technology, extensive software and hardware upgrades deliver a significantly enhanced performance whilst the design has evolved to perfectly match Mu-so 2nd Generation.

Enhanced Feature Set

Mu-so Qb 2nd Generation is packed full of game-changing performance, feature and functionality upgrades.

Enjoy your music, any way you want.

Discover The New Intuitive Dial

Their new intuitive interface has 15 touch sensitive buttons and a bold, illuminated volume dial with a proximity sensor that wakes the display.

Mu-so Qb 2nd Generation Specifications

Mu-so Qb 2nd Generation Connection panel
Streaming Apple AirPlay 2, Chromecast Built-in, UPnPTM, Spotify® Connect, TIDAL, Roon Ready, Bluetooth, Internet Radio
Analogue Input 3.5mm Jack
USB USB 2 (Type A connector)
Digital (S/PDIF) Optical S/PDIF up to 96khz
Audio Inputs
Multiroom Sync up to five Naim Streaming products and control via the Naim App.
Network Ethernet (10/100Mbps), Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n/ac), BLE v4.2
Connectivity
Internet Radio Formats Windows Media-formatted content, MP3, ACC, Ogg Vorbis streams and MMS
Internet Radio Provider vTuner Premium 5*
Audio Formats WAV, FLAC and AIFF – up to 24bit/384kHz
ALAC (Apple Lossless) – up to 24bit/384kHz
MP3 – up to 48kHz, 320kbit (16 bit)
AAC – up to 48kHz, 320kbit (16bit)
OGG and WMA – up to 48kHz (16bit)DSD- 64 and 128FsBluetooth – SBC, AACNote: Gapless playback supported on all formats
Formats
Warranty Two Years (details here)
Other information
Dimensions 210mm x 218 mm x 212 mm
Finishes Burnished and anodised aluminium casework, CNC milled, bead blasted and anodised aluminium heatsinks, Dual-tone grey and black fabric grille.
Grille colour options in Olive, Peacock and Terracotta.
Weight 5.6kg
Physical
Mu-so Qb 2nd Generation Side
Amplifier Output 300W – (4 x 50W, 1 x 100W)
Mains Supply 100V, 115V or 230V, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption Typical use: 15W
Standby mode: < 2W
Deep sleep (No-network standby mode): < 0.5W
Power
Speaker System Stereo 3-way; dsp-optimised dual auxiliary bass radiator acoustic system
Speaker
Supplied with Dual-tone grey and black grille, remote control, mains cables (market dependent), reset pin-hole tool and information booklets.
Supplied with
Handheld Remote handset included and optional control app for iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Android devices
Product Touch control user interface with rotary volume control
Remote Control Infra-red (RC5)
User Control

Generation now comes with a stylish, easy to use remote control allowing quick control of common functions including volume, play/pause and track skip.

Optional covers

Mu-so Qb 2nd Generation Covers

Brand

Naim Audio

Naim Audio

Their story begins with one man’s passion for music and weaves its way through four decades and a raft of iconic product launches to the present day.

Naim Audio founder Julian Vereker MBE (1945-2000) was a racing car driver, entrepreneur and self-taught engineer with a deep passion for music.

Spending his spare time listening to and recording his friends playing live in the 1960s, Julian found that playback on his system at home fell woefully short of the experience he craved.

Not content with second best he decided to design his own amplifiers and loudspeakers, ignoring accepted wisdom and focusing on aspects of performance that made music burst to life.

These first designs laid the foundations for a range of iconic and award-winning hi-fi products that would reach well into the next century.

1972 A first start at Capital Radio

Julian won a contract to supply then start-up radio station, Capital Radio, with audio equipment.

The successful design was a compact version of an early Naim Audio power amplifier combined with speaker drive units in one cabinet – the NAM 502

1973 Naim Audio Officially Founded

Following the success of Capital Radio, Naim Audio was officially incorporated in 1973 with Julian Vereker and his co-founder Shirley Clarke as directors. Based in a shop in the centre of Salisbury, our first HQ had both manufacturing and demonstration facilities.

1973 The NAP 200 Power Amplifier

Naim Audio’s first consumer product for home use was launched in the year of our founding: the NAP 200 power amplifier. Originally designed in 1971, its descendant’s power amplifiers differ greatly technologically but still aim for the same performance goals of pace, rhythm and timing

1974 The NAC 12 Preamplifier

With a network of dedicated independent retailers now on board in the UK, the NAC 12, our first production preamplifier, was launched.

1980 Classic Advertising

As Naim Audio grew in popularity through the 70s and early 80s, the team decided to grab the attention of the press and public with a series of tongue-in-cheek adverts. They reflected the confident, often unorthodox nature of our approach to music playback and have become iconic in their own right.

1983 NAIT Integrated Amplifier

Naim Audio’s first integrated amplifier the NAIT introduced. This iconic little integrated amp sounded quite unlike any other integrated of its day and set a trend for so-called ‘super integrateds

1985 The Queen’s Award

Naim Audio is recognised with the prestigious Queen’s Award for the first time in 1985. We would go on to repeat this achievement a further two times in the 21st century, winning for Export in 2010 and for Innovation in digital music streaming in 2014.

1991 The CDS CD Player

Like so many Naim Audio products, the design of our first CD player, the CDS, flew in the face of conventional wisdom. Its Two-box configuration gave the power supply its own separate enclosure and the CD clamp used a rare earth magnet to keep its mass low whilst still firmly holding the disc without vibration

2000 NAP 500 Power Amplifier

The year 2000 marked a step change in Naim Audio history. After several years in development, the new flagship Naim Audio NAP 500 power amplifier was born and with it the new industrial design aesthetic that would redefine Naim Audio for the 21st century. Its music-making ability would only be bettered by the arrival of Statement in 2014.

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