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Meet the designer
Well-Rounded Sound - Jerry Cmehil
We admit it, the first thing that caught our attention about Well Rounded Sound's incredible line of speakers, amps, and turntables, was how great these things looked. Pretty sweet, right? Of course, a good looking speaker that doesn't deliver crisp, powerful sound is nothing more than an oversized paper weight. To put our fears to rest, we were graciously invited by inventor, speaker guru, music lover and Well Rounded Sound founder Jerry Cmehil into his upper east side studio for a personal demonstration of what these bad boys are capable of. Hearing is believing, and we were blown away. Don't let Well Rounded Sound's "boutique" status fool you: These are premium quality speakers that match up pound for pound with any of the high end brands out there and far surpass the more generic brand-name models currently popular on the market. Recently displayed at the New York Audio Show with a subsequent spotlight in Stereophile Magazine, Well Rounded Sound uses sustainably sourced materials to provide music aficianados with the finest sound achievable in the desktop domain.
Process & Materials
All Well Rounded Sound enclosures are fully recyclable and made from composite recyclable materials. They use only top quality finishing materials that are sustainable, renewable and biodegradable. Their American Hardwoods come from sustainably harvested forests and all Bamboo Veneers and Solids are among the most natural, renewable materials on the market. All wood materials and finishes used in Well Rounded Sound products have an ultra-low VOC content (Volatile Organic Compounds: the often toxic and harmful compounds found in typical paints/lacquers/finishes.) Their 100% New Zealand Wool Felt is a fully recyclable, biodegradable, sustainable and a renewable material that is naturally moisture resistant with excellent acoustical properties. Loudspeakers manufactured in U.S.A. and have been certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.