When Naim launched its original Mu-so wireless speaker (over five years ago now), it set new standards of performance, finish and – let’s not pretend otherwise – price in what had been a generally pretty cheap ’n’ cheerful part of the market until then.
Then in January 2016, Naim whipped the covers off Mu-so Qb. It took much of what everyone loved about Mu-so and stuck it in a more affordable, smaller and more… cube-like package. It wasn’t the ground-breaker the Mu-so was, but it was a covetable and high-performance wireless speaker – which is the bulk of what’s important.
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