Again, a brand you’ve likely never heard of, but seemingly that’s becoming less and less relevant in this fast-growing and crowded “music” market, the Nude range is just another of those, and we’ve had a good listen to the Nude L.


Nudity apparently comes in three sizes, S, M & L.  In this case, size does matter if you want the best sound and quality from your portable music streaming.

A sleek black front and back with a rubberised edge (shock-proof silicon sleeve) around the entire unit’s top, sides and bottom which protects it well from bumps and knocks as you move it around – all topped off with a carrying cord off to the side to make it easy to drag along to the beach, park or backyard with you.


Bluetooth pairing is fast, easy and the Nude L also has hands-fee calling capabilities so you never need to reach for the phone while you’re chilling out.

I found the quality to be excellent, achieving good volume levels without compromising clarity, and while a little on the bass-heavy side that’s what the majority are after these days.


You’ll find them at Myer, JB Hi-Fi and loads of other audio retailers for $149.


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