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Once each month we publish our famous newsletter to nearly 20,000 people. The newsletter features stories about music, people, new products, specials, whatever’s happening in the world of high end audio and music. It’s always an interesting read and it sends out only once each month. You can signup to receive the newsletter by simply adding your email address to the Join Us form on the left side of the page. Easy to sign up, even easier to leave. We hope you enjoy.

October, 2020 0

Posted 1 month ago

Build your power foundation AC power is the foundation of our stereo systems. When we spin a disc or stream a song, everything we hear starts out first as AC power. The better your power the better music sounds. From as far back as 1997, PS Audio has been building the best power foundations made, […]
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September, 2020 0

Posted 1 month ago

PerfectWave SACD Transport Our much-anticipated SACD Transport, the PST, has begun shipping to anxious beta testers. We couldn’t be more excited. As soon as beta testers receive their new PSTs they’ll have most of the month of October to evaluate their units and put them through their paces. They will then post their findings on […]
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August, 2020 0

Posted 1 month ago

There’s a new arrival! Say hello to our new PerfectWave SACD Transport. The PerfectWave SACD Transport (PST) is is our most advanced optical disc transport. As with the PST’s predecessors, the PWT and DMP, PST is based upon an advanced Digital Lens which electrically isolates the mechanical transport/laser mechanism of the optical disc reader, removes […]
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July, 2020 0

Posted 1 month ago

Strata goes interstellar I just had to write that headline. No, Strata’s not scheduled to fly aboard the next Space-X voyage to the International Space Station, nor is it on its way to the moon. It is, however, a stellar way of expressing what this latest product from PS Audio represents: the best of our […]
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June, 2020 0

Posted 4 months ago

Power the Performers During the month of May, we had a special on the Stellar Power Plant 3.  Get a great price and for every one sold in the US, we’ll donate $100 cash to Music Cares, the charity arm of the Grammys. We are delighted to have presented Music Cares a check for $18,400 […]
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May, 2020 0

Posted 4 months ago

Strata escapes  PS Audio’s long-awaited integrated amplifier, Strata, is officially out in the world and into the hands of a cadre of beta testers. It’s been a long time coming and a ton of work to get Strata ready for them. Strata is an all-in-one amplifier, preamplifier, DAC, and music streamer in one sweet chassis. […]
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April, 2020 0

Posted 6 months ago

Power The Performers The ongoing efforts to stem the spread of COVID-19 is working. Staying at home and maintaining social distancing are all helping to get us past the pandemic’s peak and starting to move us back to some semblance of normalcy. We will get there, especially if we band together to do what we can […]
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March, 2020 0

Posted 7 months ago

Staying Home We have been publishing PS Audio’s monthly newsletter since the year 2000. By my count, that’s a solid 20 years during which all manner of crazy world-altering events occurred outside of HiFi. And, yet, they pale to today. Within my 71 years on the planet, it feels like there have been more short term nail-biting […]
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February, 2020 0

Posted 7 months ago

Two new products New products from PS Audio are always an exciting time for us and our Hi-Fi Family, but when there’s two, nearly at the same time, well, it’s almost a party! March and April are the months we will be beta testing two new Stellar products: the 1.2kw monoblock monster amplifier, the M1200 […]
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January, 2020 2

Posted 9 months ago

A sliver of light When 18-year-old pop singer Billie Eilish swept the Grammys it was for her album When we all fall asleep, where do we go. The album happens to be a really good recording, one we routinely play in Music Room 2 as streamed from Qobuz. What’s interesting is that the work was […]
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