Analog Planet Review: Soundmatters’ “Moment” Is A Mini Bluetooth Speaker Sensation

Analog Planet Review: Soundmatters’ “Moment” Is A Mini Bluetooth Speaker Sensation

By Michael Fremer for Analog Planet,

True that Bluetooth speakers are not AnalogPlanet’s beat, but over the past few years I’ve found these devices super-useful for when I jog, or when traveling or just sitting outside during the summer. Longtime AnalogPlanet readers know that for large box Bluetooth speakers I like the ones from Riva Audio, but even the smaller of the two is too large for taking on a jog or a hike. For that I’ve used the Soundmatters FoxL , which is a flat-out amazing sounding tiny stereo speaker that uses as a “passive radiator” its flat battery encased in a rubber surround.

The FoxL is small enough to be carried on a jog but the new Moment from Soundmatters makes a better fit for a shirt pocket and is easier to grip in one’s hand. It’s also in a carbon fiber infused case that’s more impervious to damage. Though it doesn’t have the FoxL’s exterior “passive radiator”, something inside the thing has a seemingly large excursion that produces if not bass as deep, bass that’s equally satisfying (as long as you’re not expecting the impossible).

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2 Comments
  • John iatesta
    Posted at 12:28h, 03 February Reply

    Have you had an opportunity to listen to the Bill Evans Black Forest recording?

    • Soundmatters
      Posted at 10:59h, 08 February Reply

      We will try it out. Moment, you’ll find, does a fantastic job
      at playing acoustic music, specifically jazz.

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