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How do cone materials affect sound? 0

Posted 1 year ago

There are a seemingly endless variety of cone materials used in loudspeakers. What effects do they have to the sound and how do you choose one from another when designing a speaker?

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Building your own speakers from a kit 1

Posted 1 year ago

There are a number of DIY speaker kits available in Europe and elsewhere. Does it make sense to build them yourself to save money? And if so, how much can you save and what are the pitfalls?

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Are ABX tests valid? 1

Posted 1 year ago

ABX blind testing is supposed to be the be all end all in testing but Paul helps us understand its strengths and its flaws.

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Are we losing ground to foreigners? 3

Posted 1 year ago

We see an influx of foreign designed and manufactured high-end stereo products in the marketplace these days. What does that mean and how does it affect US design and manufacturing companies?

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The Munich High-End show 0

Posted 1 year ago

Copper Editor Leebs takes us to the largest High-End show on the planet. We get to meet the movers and shakers in the audio industry and cringe at Roy Hall's off-color attempts at humor. But, it's just what happens at a show like this, and Leebs captures it perfectly as if you were there.

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Does temperature affect sound? 5

Posted 1 year ago

Does music on a stereo system sound different when temperatures change? Our viewer finds that it does and wants to know if what he's hearing ir real or not. Temperature affecting sound???

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Understanding streaming audio 1

Posted 1 year ago

There's Spotify, Tidal, Qobuz, Vtuner and on and on. What are these services, how do they work, what are there differences? Mike in England is dying to find out from Paul.

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Can a system be too resolving? 3

Posted 1 year ago

We spend so much time getting our stereo systems to have resolving power, the ability to hear tiny nuance and subtle cues. Yet, is there a point where a system can be too resolving? Is that even possible?

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Are vibration dampers worth the money? 1

Posted 1 year ago

Thousands of dollars are spent without hesitation on vibration damping materials, bases, and feet for high-end audio. Is it worth it? Can we hear the difference? And how do you rank their importance in the grand scheme?

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Do separates sound better than integrateds? 2

Posted 1 year ago

Integrated amplifiers have many advantages. Among them, no interconnects to content with, a chance for designers to make sure everything works perfectly with everything else. But if that's true, why separates?

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Why is sound often lost? 1

Posted 1 year ago

We can hear the softest of sounds in a concert hall and the same in some stereo systems when at low volume levels. But not all. Why are some systems more revealing than others?

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How to spend money on stereo 6

Posted 1 year ago

If you're on a budget what's the right place to put your money? Do you spend the most on sources and electronics or loudspeakers? Electronic manufacturer Paul offers his opinion to you.

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Installing a Dedicated Line 3

Posted 1 year ago

AC power is the one thing we want to make sure we get right. It is the foundation of our systems and one of the most important aspects to get right. PS Audio's Scott McGowan takes us on a tour of his home and system and we see how the electrician begins to work on installing a dedicated AC line for the stereo system. This is Part One.

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