KEF MUO Wireless Bluetooth Speaker – Silver

The KEF MUO fills any room with crystalline sound thanks to our legendary Uni-Q “point source” driver array and a powerful new bass radiator. The array, a KEF invention exclusive to our speakers, was designed to make you feel like you’re sitting front and center at your favorite artist’s show. Combine that with the MUO’s punchy new bass radiator and you’ll have a hard time believing such an in-depth sound is coming out of such a small speaker. Just link your device up via Bluetooth to your MUO, or plug in with the speaker’s 1/8″ input, and you’re all set to experience six-figure sound from a speaker smaller than your forearm. Should you need to double down on sound, the KEF MUO can be wirelessly linked with another MUO to deliver

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