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What are bipolar and MOSFETs? 0

Posted 1 year ago

Most of us have heard of the different devices like Bipolar transistors and MOSFETS but what exactly are they and why would a designer use one or the other? Paul explains what each is and why they are chosen.

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How do speakers create 3D? 0

Posted 1 year ago

Ever wonder how speakers make a three-dimensional image with only left and right? How is depth created? And height? Then there's the phantom center channel to think about as well.

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What to look for in a DAC 3

Posted 1 year ago

When it comes time to think about a new DAC purchase, what's important? What are the elements to really watch out for and which are not all that important?

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Why are subwoofers attacked? 8

Posted 1 year ago

Subwoofers are the missing link in high-end audio and one of the best-kept secrets that really need to be opened up. Why do you need a subwoofer if you're not playing bass? Find out why in this newest video.

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Why no 20 amp plugs? 7

Posted 1 year ago

Why doesn't PS Audio use more 20 amp plugs and, for that matter, why don't other companies use these more powerful and supposedly better power connections

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The secret to good imaging 2

Posted 1 year ago

Stereo systems are supposed to create a three-dimensional image, but it's rare they do—at least to the standards acceptable by high-end audio aficionados. Find out the secrets to great imaging from Paul.

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Is audio clipping dangerous? 3

Posted 1 year ago

Clipping an amplifier can be deadly to tweeters, but why? What is audio clipping and how likely is it to be something to lose sleep over?

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How important is the DAC chip itself? 0

Posted 1 year ago

Most digital to analog converters are single chips built onto a circuit board and surrounded with analog electronics and power supply. Just how important is the heart of the DAC, the DAC chip itself?

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Can in-wall speakers ever qualify as high-end? 4

Posted 1 year ago

In-wall and on-wall loudspeakers are great for home theater and background music, but high-end audio? Is it possible? Learn Paul's thoughts on the state of in and on wall speakers and how they relate to high-end audio.

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Is there still a need for vinyl? 6

Posted 1 year ago

For years the only great audio came from vinyl. That's since been superseded by digital audio, or has it? Is there a place for vinyl today and if so, where and how?

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What would happen if you lost your hearing? 6

Posted 1 year ago

As we age we lose the ability to hear and see as well as when we were younger. How does this affect stereo listening and do audio manufacturers take steps to accommodate older hearing changes?

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Are audiophiles mentally unstable? 4

Posted 1 year ago

Paul gets asked some off the wall questions but so far this one takes the cake. Are audiophiles unstable lunatics or just normal people. Paul shares two great stories never yet told with us. Join him for a good laugh.

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How much does price matter? 2

Posted 1 year ago

It's natural to assume that price and performance walk hand in hand but, as Paul explains, that isn't always an indicator of sonic performance, and why.

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The front wall of audio 4

Posted 1 year ago

When we think about our stereo system how do we refer to the wall in front of us? It might seem a simple-minded question but Paul spends some time getting our bearings straight.

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RMAF Show coverage 0

Posted 1 year ago

Readers asked Paul to go to RMAF and shoot video, which he did! Check out this ten-minute long video trip through the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest. Meet Jeff Rowland, say hi to Richard Vandersteen, Luke Manley, and Sandy Gross. It's a fun-filled tour you don't want to miss.

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Active loudspeakers 8

Posted 1 year ago

Active loudspeakers might just be the perfect solution for high-end audio and yet, they are not accepted at all. Why is that?

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