The designers of the British company Naim have decorated the 2nd generation Mu-so active speaker with wood. For this they used the wood of the African abachi tree. The wood panels were polished, and then their surface, reminiscent of light oak, was covered with several layers of varnish. Both the shade of the grill and the color of the radiator on the rear wall have been changed under the wood.
The 2nd generation Mu-so was introduced almost 2 years ago. With a total output of 450 watts, this speaker features twin 1-inch silk dome tweeters, 2-inch midrange and 5-inch oval woofers. Focal specialists had a hand in the development of these speakers.
The Naim Mu-so 2nd Generation Wood Edition retains all the features of its previous versions with cable or Wi-Fi network connectivity, enhanced by Bluetooth, USB memory devices, Chromecast support, AirPlay 2, Spotify Connect and Roon Ready.
In the US, the Naim Mu-so Wood Edition will cost $2,290 – $600 more than a conventional design.