Naim Audio Mu-so Qb review
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This high-end audio brand may be unknown to many, but Naim has quite a reputation in premium hi-fi. The British company first entered the wireless speaker market with the heftily priced Mu-so in 2014. Its new model, the Mu-so Qb, is smaller and cheaper, but still costs a sizeable £595. Is it a good investment?
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