Nude Audio Move M Bluetooth Speaker Review

by July 19, 2014 0 comments

The Nude Audio recently launched Move S, Move M and Move L portable Bluetooth speakers. The Nude Audio Move M has good build quality with minimalist design and features silicon rubber casing all around and should be protective if you accidentally drop the device. On one side, there is an on/off button, a separate Bluetooth pairing button and volume up/down, but no track skip buttons. On the other side, there is 3.5mm aux-in jack for non-Bluetooth devices and Micro USB charging port. In addition, the device can function as a speakerphone. At just 200 grams, the speaker is portable and easy to carry around. Among the variants Move M, L, S only Move M features built-in speakerphone.

Performance – When we fed the speaker with various mix of tracks including bass, soft music etc. it sounded well but not exceptional. The orchestral tracks sounded rich and balanced. The device is light on bass and tends to distort at higher volumes. Lower bass, metal tracks sounded decent but on tracks with heavy bass the speaker produced a hissing sound. Vocals pumped out by the speaker were smooth and pleasant and be heard at lower volumes clearly. The speaker gives a backup of around 8 hours which is quite impressive making it a travelling companion for long journeys. The in-built speaker phone also works well though sometimes I experienced fumble in hearing other end.

Bottomline: The Move M Bluetooth speaker is not very loud and produces just enough volume to keep us entertained both outdoors and around the house.


 Key Specs:

Bluetooth 3.0 Speaker, Wireless Range of 10m, 12.7 x 6.1 x 12.7 cm, Aux-in, Li-ion Rechargeable battery


Battery Life, Clear Audio,
Light weight


Distortion at higher volume level

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