Naim announced yesterday their long expected and awaited home music system, Muso. Muso is a naim_musi_1wireless music system “designed to transform your music into incredible sonic experiences” say the British company who have recently won the Queen’s Award for Export.

“The product brief was simple: the system, then codenamed ‘Project Eagle’, had to offer incredible, class-leading sound quality whilst being beautiful and elegant, using premium quality materials. It was to be simple to install and control whilst creating the intense and emotive musical experiences on which Naim has built its reputation. After an intensive development period drawing on all the expertise and experience of Naim’s award-winning engineering and design team, Muso was born” the company continued.

Muso has six 75 watt digital amplifiers driving six custom-designed Naim speaker drivers. It’s an integrated wireless music system and can deliver music from a variety of sources including USB sticks, mobile phones and MP3 players. It can work as a stand-alone system or be part of a Naim or AirPlay multiroom system.

Muso can be controlled via the supplied remote control, the touch panel volume control or via a Muso control app for iPad, iPhone, iPod and Android.

Muso will be available in September 2014 and will retail at £895 inc VAT.

 

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