Naim's Mu-so speakers get multi-room powers with AirPlay 2 update

The Uniti range will get it later this month

Naim's Mu-so speakers get AirPlay 2
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British hi-fi manufacturer Naim has announced that AirPlay 2 support has begun rolling out across its speakers.

The Mu-so, Mu-so Special Edition and Mu-so QB speakers are the first to get the over-the-air update, while Naim's Uniti Atom, Uniti Star and Uniti Nova wireless all-in-one audio systems will get it later this month, the company said.

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You should be able to update the Mu-so QB speaker right now, while the regular Mu-so will get the update on 14 November (so later this week), enabling multi-room support and Siri voice control. Of course, if you have other AirPlay 2-supporting speakers, these will work in tandem with Naim's speakers.

For iOS users, AirPlay 2 is an incredibly convenient way to stream music from your favorite services like Spotify and Tidal, via your Apple device, to the speakers in your home.

Naim joins a growing list of AirPlay 2 supporters, which includes Sonos, Libratone and B&O. Naim plays at the high end, with exceptional audio quality for a high asking price. With AirPlay 2 that price becomes a little easier to swallow.

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