Nude Audio Monochrome Black Edition: Made to Move

“Women think of all colors except the absence of color. I have said that black has it all. White too. Their beauty is absolute. It is the perfect harmony.”
Coco Chanel, Chanel

Nude Audio S: Minimal Design. Serious Sound.

It's been days since I got my Nude Audio S Portable Bluetooth Speaker and I have been blasting off  my favorite tracks on phone and laptop through this handy and sleek pocket speaker. What's more surprising is that it has the ability to give off a loud high-quality crisp sound despite its small size. Simply put, it's small but terrible (in a good way that it beats a lot of pocket speaker that give off a tinny sound once the volume is blasted on max level). With Nude Audio S, you still get that same quality with high-end medium to large sized speakers out in the market. You know it's a good sound system if the instruments playing on a track is distinct from one another and that is what you get when you use Nude Audio speakers. The other catch is, it's wireless so you wouldn't have to bother with wires that tangle up every time you keep them in your bag or pocket and with the use of  3.0 Bluetooth wireless streaming technology it provides a range up to 30 feet or 10 meters. It also has a built-in, high-performance Lithium-ion battery provides 8 hours of continuous listening and can be charged from any USB source (cable also included in the box).

Manila Noir. Manila Now (Part 2)

As I've promised two or more weeks back, I'm gonna post more photos I took when I went to Intramuros and get to see what #VivaManila is and get to see a glimpse of the old Manila from its remnants. Too bad, I am limited in this blog post by just showing you only photos. It would've been better if I had shared information about the buildings and whatnot like what Carlos Celdran would always do in Pasyal Manila. If you're interested in learning and hearing more about The Walled City, Carlos Celdran is definitely the man to go to. *wink wink*

The photos you're about to see on this part is what I think is the heart or the center of Intramuros as The Casa Manila Museum is located in here where you can explore inside. The quadrangle of the casa is usually where small cultural presentations are held (I'll try to post  presentation most probably on the 3rd or 4th part).