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Amazing soundscapes: Bentley and Naim Audio’s special edition wireless speakers

If you’re no stranger to luxury automobiles, you would know that the Bentley in-car audio system is known to be the most powerful ever equipped in the SUV sector. Created specifically for the Bentley, it employs cutting-edge technology to enhance acoustic sounds.

Responsible for this unique sound system since 2008 is Naim Audio. Music lovers who have been craving for the same luxurious soundscape in their living room are in luck. The British audio company, along with the car manufacturer with an unparalleled 95-year heritage, has unveiled two special edition wireless speakers for a new Bentley Collection of luxury goods – ‘Naim for Bentley’.

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Image credit: Naim Audio

The premium Mu-so and the more compact Mu-so Qb has a colour palette based on the “signature Bentley hue” used in its car interiors, with its beautiful patterned aluminium casework inspired by the grille motif of the Naim for Bentley Bentayga in-car audio system.

Image credit: Naim Audio

Its stainless steel rotary control interface is reminiscent of the signature detailing from the legacy dashboard, with its intricate details apparent on the acrylic base where a ‘Naim for Bentley’ logo subtly lights up when powered.

Image credit: Naim Audio

The Naim for Bentley Mu-so range features a brilliant multi-room system, playing the same or different music with any combination of Mu-so systems in up to five rooms of the home, controlled via the dedicated Naim app for iOS and Android. Just like the original award-winning Mu-so wireless music systems, both speakers feature native TIDAL and Spotify, AirPlay, UPnPTM (high-res streaming) and Bluetooth aptX connections.

The higher spec Mu-so delivers powerful, rich and detailed sound, commanding 450 Watts of power through six custom designed speakers, while its smaller counterpart fits five drivers and 300 Watts of amplification. Both systems are controlled by a 32-bit digital signal processor.


Dewi Nurjuwita
Senior Writer
Dewi Nurjuwita is a travel and design writer who can be found exploring the streets of foreign cities with passport in one hand and a cup of coffee in the other.
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