I’ve demo’d the old one, and, as much as not I’m really a fan of Naim, it did sound really impressive for a small, 1 box wonder. Whether it’s £1000 worth of “impressiveness“ is up to the individual I guess.......my kids both agree it‘s worth it though!I'll start of by saying I've never heard one of these but....can a single speaker ever sound 'right'?
I know it's in a much lower league but I tried a single Sonos One and having the sound come from a single point source just sounded odd. When I added a second speaker it sounded right/more realistic.
As I said, I haven't heard one but I can't understand how the sound quality from a single speaker can be worth close to £1000.
hi morning , i dont have the naim mu-so ,but what i can say is definitely go the way of the mesh system. i have tp-link deco p9 and they've made such a difference to my wifi .Hmmmm......... I can't tell you how many times I've been down that road
I think I'll have to bit the bullet and ditch the extenders and go for the Mesh route as you have .
Thanks Daz. I'll look into that system. How many units were needed to cover your size of house?hi morning , i dont have the naim mu-so ,but what i can say is definitely go the way of the mesh system. i have tp-link deco p9 and they've made such a difference to my wifi .
I’ve heard the LSX but preferred the Muso all round. My beostage is my home cinema speaker and the homepod is sat centrally in the room -There both really nice speakers, add to the list , Devialet, Dynaudio music 7, Kef Lsx. What i have found quite enjoyable is to use my stage along with a libratone zipp via airplay 2, which you can do easily with your home pod as an alternative option?