The sound of modern art.

You wouldn’t make your music instruments out of plastic, so why should your wireless speakers be?  The unique mechanical and natural acoustic properties of wood and its aesthetic appeal make it the material of choice for musical instruments and the interior of concert halls.  Wood gives a much more warm, rich and clear sound not inherent in the more common plastic and metal speaker systems on the market today.  Ashcraft Design and Wren Sound collaborated to create the V3; a speaker that capitalizes on the unique, natural acoustic and aesthetic properties of wood.

In a world overcrowded with wireless speakers, Wren is carving out a niche and a name for itself as a higher-end alternative to dull lifeless plastic and harsh metal models.

Solidly built wood cabinet speakers that combine classic upscale looks and excellent sound quality with the convenience of wireless.  That’s why the Wren V3 is made from half-inch thick MDF, with beautiful real wood finishes instead of painted plastic. It’s a genuine alternative for those who prefer real materials with rich finishes, subtle curves and sophisticated styling.   With two wood finishes and grille options to fit within any home environment, the V3 is a versatile piece of acoustical prominence.

The V5 is engineered to produce the highest quality audio in the smallest form factor. It makes beautiful music with two 3-inch throw drivers with 4-layer voice coils to handle big power while dissipating heat. High frequencies are rendered silky and natural by a pair of edge-driven, wide dispersion 19mm soft dome tweeters optimally positioned on the front baffle to create a wide, realistic soundstage that rides high and free above the box.

Beneath the beautiful wood veneers, the Wren V5 cabinet is constructed of half-inch thick MDF board constructed by laminating layers together and reinforced with an internal MDF brace to provide a chassis free from resonance and coloration.  It comes in three beautiful finishes of rosewood, espresso wenge and almond cream anigre.