Finding The Muse
Stalwart UK audio video brand Naim has every reason to trumpet its Muso, its first wireless music system.
And it’s designed, says Naim, to transform your music into "incredible sonic experiences".
Knowing Naim’s history that’s no idle boast.
"In that one minimalist chassis lurks a bundle of desirable features," says Chris Murphy of N.A Distributors, Naim’s agents in Australia and New Zealand.
"Music lovers these days are demanding advanced connectivity and Muso delivers in spades. Traditional music systems give you one-stop quicky solutions for sound, but Muso is the result of carefully engineered circuit technology from one of the world’s most famous audio video brand’s. Turn it on and its clear Muso is a huge step up in sound quality, but it’s also a doodle to set up and enjoy," he says.
"Muso will connect to your home network wirelessly or wired in minutes. And it will stream high resolution quality music from a huge array of devices including smartphones and tablets as well as laptops and other storage devices."
Muso has six 75 watt digital amplifiers to drive each of its Naim custom-built speakers independently.
Muso can be used as a main home hi-fi system or it can be linked to other Naim streaming devices and function as a kosher hi-fi multi-room system with 24bit/192kHz playback.
- UPnP Streaming
- Internet Radio
- Streaming Services
- Digital Input (Optical)
- 3.5mm analogue input
- Six Naim designed speakers
- 450watts of amplification
For more information visit Naim Audio.
One of the veterans of the Australian HiFi industry, if there's a speaker he's likely heard it or owned it at some point in his career. Peter was formerly the audio-video editor of the Herald Sun for over two decades.
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