• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best sounding Bluetooth speaker just behind the Phatom

    Great speaker with solid sound reproduction. And base. Zero distortion at high volume. Must have speaker. Only negative is Spotify connect a little spotty at times. With reconnection issues. Other than that a great speaker.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome and very versatile speaker!

    Naim make wonderful (and usually quite expensive) audio products - and this all in one speaker is a great introduction to their fantastic sounding systems.

    In short (for the money) I don't think there is a better sounding or more versatile compact all in one speaker system than the Mu-so range.

    I use mine as a bedroom system, and it's superb. I can stream Tidal or Spotify (both sound great and play with no drop outs). And I can connect using AirPlay or Bluetooth. Oh and I can stream saved music from my NAS or play internet radio. It's brilliant. And it goes really loud!

    How does it sound? It's just great - with reasonable bass and a very musical presentation. Compared to the more expensive and larger Muso (which is also superb) it maybe doesn't have as much bass, and the sound field doesn't spread out as much, but the Qb is smaller and more appealing in my intended location. And it's cheaper.

    Altogether a first rate product. I love it! Thoroughly recommended.

    48 of 53 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Multiroom Spotify and detailed warm sound is here

    Qb is a classy looking 20x20cm metal & polycarbonate cube that is the equally featured brother of the larger Mu-so. Sound is precise, warm, balanced and bass well controlled. It also goes really loud!

    Add a 2nd Naim streamer (e.g. Qb or Mu-so) and you have multi-room Spotify, Tidal streaming and internet radio. Airplay multi-room via iTunes on a computer is possible, but iOS Airplay will only connect to one unit at a time.

    Controlled by app, touch control or a Mu-so remote if you have one (not included), WiFi setup is out the box and super easy. The Naim app isn't quite as feature loaded as Sonos (no native support for Apple Music other than Airplay), but does have similar multi-room functionality, and the sound is noticeably more refined than any of the Play units. Theres 3 inputs: Digital (Optical), 3.5mm jack and USB, as well as Bluetooth and streaming options.

    The solid build quality the Mu-so Qb makes it sound a bucketload better than anything else in the house, and is more compact than it's larger brother Mu-so. Choose the Qb for its sound quality, looks and compact form factor as an all-in-one speaker system.

    47 of 50 people found this useful