It’s possible that this speaker will give you nightmares if you’re overly concerned with things being perfectly aligned, smooth, and measured. It appears to be a straightforward square speaker at first view, but upon closer investigation, the design appears to be extremely distinctive in that it is purposefully designed to be less than perfectly round. It has a wavy, textured surface, and it does not appear to be perfectly center-aligned, but this is not readily apparent unless you look at it closely enough.
There is, of course, a reason why The Imperfect Speaker is constructed in this manner, but this is not explicitly stated in the concept. We, average music or podcast listeners who aren’t well versed in acoustics, would have appreciated it if the reason for this change had been made clear to us before proceeding. Also shown is that the frame of the speaker is made of silicone, while the cover with circular patterns is made of plastic, according to the concept. Aural considerations have been taken into consideration once more, and audiophiles are likely to understand these considerations.
The question is, of course, whether or not you would be interested in purchasing this product if it were to be manufactured and offered to the general public. It would always be dependent on the sound quality, as it would be with most audio-related things. A portable device for listening to music, audiobooks, or podcasts is what most users are seeking for, and it should provide an enhanced listening experience as well. Listening to something that sounds like it’s coming from a can is not something you would want to do.
So if The Imperfect Speaker can provide me with something that has good audio quality while also maintaining its current imperfect look, it is something that I may be interested in purchasing. However, if the white and orange minimalist design is more your style, they may be better served by offering alternative colors to accommodate people who are not fans of the orange color scheme.