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Who is the customer? 3

Posted 5 years ago

Who do designers target their new products to? The dealers who sell them, the customers that may buy them or themselves?
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Hot sauce 10

Posted 5 years ago

I put hot sauce on my eggs in the morning despite surprised looks from those that think it's weird and share crazy ideas without fear of ridicule. It's good to ignore what other people reject because they can't relate or understand.
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Merry Christmas 5

Posted 5 years ago

Just a note today of cheer and joy. May you and your family have a wonderful Christmas.
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David vs. Goliath 8

Posted 5 years ago

With all the huge companies competing in the consumer electronics industry, how does a smaller company like PS succeed?
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Servo bass 26

Posted 5 years ago

Woofers are an essential element in a true high-end system. I'd be surprised to find any great system without one - yet the best designs of subwoofers aren't being employed.
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The new bad 3

Posted 5 years ago

I keep thinking audio's getting worse but I am wrong! The new bad is pretty good.
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Drop the drum! 12

Posted 5 years ago

A great story harking back to the days of the Chicago CES, an Oracle turntable, the Infinity IRS and Max Townshends great Rock turntable
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Technology brands 12

Posted 5 years ago

There are two basic camps of people when it comes to technology: those interested in new and innovative vs. those that want old and trusted. Which camp are you in?
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Turn the lights off 10

Posted 5 years ago

Power switches were standard on all equipment back in the 1970's until we decided to keep everything warmed up and ready to play and merely turn off the lights. Kept everyone happy.
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Work! 0

Posted 5 years ago

The term work is something I truly dislike - yet I do it 7 days a week and am having fun.
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Commodities 8

Posted 5 years ago

I wonder if it's all bad to see the commoditization of high-end brands. On the one hand it brings good sound toi a lot of people. On the other .....
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Common language 2

Posted 5 years ago

We use terms like transparency, soundstage, depth as if they were always here to describe what we hear. But they are actually relatively new terms that are part of a common language we use and should work to preserve.
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Lighting the fuse 12

Posted 5 years ago

Fuses are the big controversy at the PS forums right now and for good reason. Have you considered upgrading yours?
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What is an Audiophile? 17

Posted 5 years ago

Yesterday's post stirred up a hornet's nest of controversy with some feeling like my post about perfection was meant as a dig at our quest for musical nirvana. Nothing could be further from the truth.
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The myth of perfection 15

Posted 5 years ago

The myth of perfection teases us into being frustrated that we just can't ever get it right all the time. Maybe understanding it's only a myth helps.
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Walking backwards 5

Posted 5 years ago

The Audiophile's dilemma of resolving every last detail and accepting slightly less to enjoy all your collection more can have a good resolution if you let it.
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The showman 5

Posted 5 years ago

Harvey Rosenberg was a great asset to the high-end community and I was just reminded of one of his many antics at CES. Good for a laugh.
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Drug dealers 5

Posted 5 years ago

Keeping up with technology is sort of like being hooked on drugs - you always need another fix. But is that all bad?
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Magic Box 10

Posted 5 years ago

Sometimes something seems like BS yet has everything perfectly explained by good engineering - when this happens, it's like magic.
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Snake oil 9

Posted 5 years ago

There's a lot of snake oil in our industry but most of it exists not to trick us, but to explain something we don't understand.
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Is it pure? 13

Posted 5 years ago

Is our goal in high-end audio to get as close to the original recording, or is it something else?
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