Wireless Audio and Multiroom
Mu-so – first wireless music system from Naim – arrived into our showrooms having won What Hi-Fi Product Of the Year 2014 and readers choice for 2015.It is not hard to see why the stunning design and exceptional sound quality have made it a truly premium all-in-one solution.
Product of the Year, Awards 2014 (Wireless Speakers). Naim’s first entry into the wireless speaker market, and it’s an absolute belter. It may command a premium price, but you won’t be disappointed.
When Naim temporarily stepped away from producing their trademark hi-fi to design a new type of wireless speaker people were sceptical , but in doing so gave us the award-winning “one box” Mu-so
Building on its success Naim squeezed that innovative idea into a more affordable, more compact design delivering us the Mu-so Qb. Another stylish speaker with a small footprint and welcome addition to the Naim family.
A small speaker with big personality, the Qb combines style, substance and a whole lot of features at a more affordable price
Bluesound – the return of the Hi-Res multi-room network player. For the 2nd year running it has won the What Hi-Fi Multi-room Group test and What Hi-FI Product of the Year.
The Bluesound range hits all the right targets – there is an excellent standalone, all-in-one player called the Pulse 2 & if you have your own speakers then the Power Node 2 would be ideal for you.
With the 2Tb Vault 2 CD’s can be automatic ripped in lossless formats then streamed to your stereo hi-fi via the Node 2 ( or existing music library) . All products connect wirelessly to your existing network and are controlled via apps available for both iOS and Android.
And did you know this new range has a battery powered speaker…
Long-term multiroom favorites – Sonos products delight their customers by the ease of use and setup as well as versatility and sound quality. Comprehensive range includes several standalone players – Play: 1, Play:3 and Play:5 - all of which received 5 stars awards from What Hi-Fi.
Connect and Connect: Amp allows you to stream music to your existing stereo system while Playbar and Sub add up – especially when coupled with standalone players – to a great home theatre setup. Well worth considering if space or excess wiring might be an issue.