You've just come home from a long day of work at the office. Your eyes are tired from looking at the computer screen, but your ears are yearning to hear something other than office chatter and printer noise. So fire up Arcam's Muso bookshelf speakers and immerse yourself in the delicate soprano voice of Madame Butterfly, or the sultry sound of "Satchmo's" jazz trumpet. Arcam designed the Muso speaker to complement their Solo receivers, making them a great addition to a stereo setup or computer desktop system. Just add a powered subwoofer to get full-range, room-thumping bass.
Metal drivers and enclosure produce anything but "tinny" sound
Each Muso speaker has a 1" ultra-light aluminum tweeter for crisp, clear highs. A 3-1/2" aluminum woofer fills in the mid- to low-frequency range, while a front bass port offers a little extra low-end kick. It also means this speaker can be placed close to a wall and still deliver exceptional performance. Overall, you'll hear big, full sound that just might surprise you coming from such compact speakers.
The cabinet is made from a clever combination of aluminum and steel components bonded together with the latest adhesive technology for the lowest possible resonance. It means you'll be greeted by pure, clean sound every time you power up your system.
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"I also had an opportunity to listen to the Muso speakers. It was actually somewhat of a blind test and then I saw that there were two pairs of speakers in the front of the room. One was a floor-standing column of speakers and another pair of small bookshelf speakers on stands. Those were the Musos. And lo-and-behold when the trainer walked in front of the room, he changed the pair of speakers and said, "Oh, by the way, let's compare these to these floor-standing columns." And I went, "What?" Yeah, that was the Musos. Incredibly impressive speakers. Very, very good bass. Yes the columns had a little bit better bass, but they were also three times bigger. So that was an amazing display of quality from such small speakers."
— Dallas, Crutchfield Advisor