The Chinese audio specialist Mu6 (pronounced Musix) is still relatively new on the market and its marketing gives the impression of an independent brand. According to Chinese technology portals, the already established smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi is behind the company. We have subjected the flagship Mu6 Space 2 to an extensive practical test for you and tried out whether the competition from the Far East can be dangerous to the high-end products from Bose, Sennheiser and Co.
At present, the Mu6 Space 2 headphones cost around 250 Euro, while their wireless predecessor Mu6 Space 1 is already available for 149 Euro. Competitive products such as the Sony WH-1000XM3, which many reviewers regard as the reference in the ANC headphone segment, are considerably more expensive.
|driver||dynamic 40mm drivers|
|battery capacity||800 mAh|
|sensitivity||100 dB ± 3dB / mW|
|Bluetooth profiles||A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP|
|Audio Codec||aptX, aptX-LL, AAC, SBC|
Scope of delivery
The Mu6 Space 2 over-ear headphones come in a high-quality black packaging. In addition to the actual headphones, the carton also contains a zippered transport case, which is also black. The scope of delivery is rounded off by a USB cable for charging the internal battery and an audio cable with a 3.5 mm jack plug, for optional wired operation. The Quick Start Guide is available in German, English and other languages and is very easy to understand. The first impression of the Mu6 Space 2 is therefore very positive.
For some editorial offices, a holding stand with charging function was also included in the scope of delivery. This is missing in our version of the Mu6 Space 2, though. Buyers who value this extra should therefore pay attention to it before buying, because apparently there are different “equipment variants” of the Mu6 Space 2.