Wavemaster Moody 2.1 Bluetooth Review
Published: 4th November 2015 | Source: Wavemaster | Price: £119.99 |
Wavemaster are a new name to use here at OC3D. Founded 20 years ago in Germany they have a product range that is squarely focussed upon compact audio solutions for home, PC or even mobile on the move.
Today's review is the rather curiously named Moody 2.1 BT. 2.1 is obvious, BT is for the Bluetooth connectivity. Moody though we're somewhat less certain of. Unless Wavemaster are trying to tell us that this set of speakers is a teenager, we can't equate the fun of playing your music with moody. It's not as if moody has an alternate meaning.
However, names are meaningless as long as the product gets the job done, so without further ado let's find out how the Moody 2.1 performs. Hopefully not sullen...
The speakers are pretty big for a 2.1 setup, particularly the satellites. Normally we find satellite speakers have the tiniest possible option within them. Not so here. With plenty of cable for them they can be placed anywhere, and two Line In jacks as well as the Bluetooth support enable you to connect the Moody to almost anything.
Speaker drivers: subwoofer 16,5 cm bass driver, satellites 7 cm wide range drivers with phase-plug
Amplifier: integrated with 3 separate channels
Output power (RMS): subwoofer 35 Watt, satellites 2 x 15 Watt
Frequency response: subwoofer 30 - 150 Hz, satellites 150 Hz - 20.000 Hz
Input sensitivity: subwoofer line-in 500 mV, remote line-in 250 mV
Cable remote: with on/standby function, volume control, headphone jack (amplified) and line-in
Satellite speakers: with compact design (wall mountable), detachable front covers and 3m connection cable
Subwoofer: wooden cabinet with bass reflex technology, bass control, treble control and main power switch
Power supply: internal, 100-240 Volt ~ 50/60 Hz, 0.7A max., standby power
Connection: 2 x 3.5 mm mini stereo plug or RCA, AC power
Dimensions (WHD): Satellites = 90x145x103mm, Subwoofer = 245x248x275mm, control unit = 70mm x 35mm