Stereo’s a novel idea, but mono’s better
Following the rules is safe but boring. It’s true in life and in design.
The internet formed the seeds of destruction for the music industry but they also contains the seeds of success.
There’s nothing more disappointing than having your high expectations for something not met. We write about three examples of interest
I’ll never forget it, Edgar Winter’s Frankenstein out of the JBL’s was so lifelike that my jaw dropped. I have never been the same.
It’s frightening for me to make a daily commitment to write something of interest but I think every bit helps to bring us together in the high-end
We love the changes in technology but have to recognize there’s a lot more than just the technology that’s changing.
Some people can’t buy anything or go anywhere without first finding out what the reviews say. Is that you?
Is there an ultimate truth to what sounds correct in a live acoustic environment?
What goes into designing a high-end audio product? PS designer Paul McGowan walks us through the process started nearly 40 years ago as PS Audio designed its first product ever, a phono stage.