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The Quiet Revolution 8

Posted 8 years ago

We are right in the middle of one of the greatest revolutions in audio ever and some have hardly noticed.
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Vinyl Vs. CD 5

Posted 8 years ago

Vinyl or CD? Why does vinyl sound more dynamic than CD's? Take a look inside to discover.
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The bit game 3

Posted 8 years ago

32 bit is certainly better than 16 bit. Or is it? We examine bit depth and what it means.
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Don't forget the dealer 2

Posted 8 years ago

High-end audio dealers play a big role in helping people decide what to buy, but they are a shrinking category. Why?
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Audio vanity 1

Posted 8 years ago

How much are we paying for a beautiful chassis and is that money well spent? I can recall long ago, in the first few years of our existence, that Stan (The “S” in PS) was of a mindset that it is “dishonest” to spend anything above functional operation requirements for a chassis. If it helped […]
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Who do we believe? 8

Posted 8 years ago

Who do you trust when it comes time to make a purchasing decision? What the manufacturer tells you? A reviewer? Or your buddy who has no more knowledge than you do?
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The process 3

Posted 8 years ago

Are you rushing through your tasks to get to the other side so you can hit the next milestone?
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Personal filters 1

Posted 8 years ago

We selectively hear and see what we want to and many times this gets in the way of designing and reviewing audio products.
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Everything's obvious 1

Posted 8 years ago

“Everything’s obvious once you know the answer” is the title of a really interesting book I am reading right now (thanks to my son Sean). The title makes everyone snicker because it’s so obvious and because it points out a really interesting issue with people – our general lack of appreciation for the various levels […]
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Bad vibes 0

Posted 8 years ago

Snake oil or real? Aftermarket vibration controls are the real deal.
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Consistency 0

Posted 8 years ago

Consistency may be the least consistent product of any organization; yet it's what's expected of us all.
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Nelson's my hero 0

Posted 8 years ago

From Pass to Sarmento, it's the people hand crafting our high-end products that matter
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1/2 the answer 2

Posted 8 years ago

The internet formed the seeds of destruction for the music industry but they also contains the seeds of success.
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