And here’s Well Rounded Sound’s designer, Jerry Cmehil, holding a couple of his company’s smaller offerings—in his right hand, a little Yorkie ($249/pair), and in his right hand, a Jack Terrier 2 ($299/pair). These speakers are identical in size, but the Jack Terrier is slightly more sensitive (88dB vs the Yorkie’s 87dB rating) and has a larger specified frequency range (100Hz–24kHz vs 100Hz–21kHz).
All of the extremely cute Well Rounded Sound speakers are available in a wide variety of colors. The enclosures are wrapped in 100% New Zealand wool, a fully recyclable, biodegradable, and moisture-resistant material, said to have good dampening properties. In addition, Well Rounded Sound uses American hardwoods from sustainably harvested forests.
We listened to Sade’s “Smooth Operator” through the company’s new Corgi ($799/pair) mated to a pair of WRS WP 2 subwoofers ($699/pair). The rest of the system was made of a 100Wpc Wyred 4 Sound Mint integrated amplifier ($1500) and a laptop. The sound was appropriately smooth and engaging.