Everything you ever wanted to know about audio, music and its reproduction is here. PS Audio co-founder and CEO Paul McGowan shares his more than 40 years of high-end audio experience, stories, interviews, and hilarious tales in this one-of-a-kind podcast. Ohm's Law is produced by PS Audio and presented ad-free for the community. Subscribe through your phone's podcast app and get the latest each day. And please, leave us a rating so others will join in.
After starting two corporations and raising a family, this 75 year old is rediscovering his high-end audio roots. Paul’s just thrilled of this change in life and wants to share it with the world.
Setting the volume levels with a DAC and preamplifier can be somewhat confusing. Is it better to use the digital volume control of the DAC or the analog version of the preamplifier?
In the 45 years PS Audio has been building and offering high-performance stereo equipment to the world there have never been tone controls on their preamplifiers. Why?
It seems some speakers rely upon minimal speaker drivers while others have many. Which design is best for high end audio and why?
We don’t often hear about speakers with midbass couplers, so what the heck is one anyway? PS Audio’s CEO explains in detail exactly the function of a midbass coupler, and why it’ll be included in the new PS Audio speakers.
Where in the digital audio chain is it best to adjust the volume level? In the source or streaming device, or the DAC, or the preamp and amp? These questions and their answers have a big impact on how our systems sound.
Bookshelf speakers are by definition small and without much bass. Is it possible to make a full range bookshelf speaker that can dip down as low as floor standing loudspeakers? Or, is that impossible?
This viewer is a young person of 22 years old and stereo shops in his country want nothing to do with him because he’s both young and without a lot of money. Still, he’s into stereo and wants to be taken seriously.
Some manufacturers warn users their warranty will be voided if they place a UPS in the power chain. What’s wrong with UPS units to cause such concerns?
Since interconnects can never make a system sound better and will always add some form of degradation to sound quality, why wouldn’t it be preferable to steer clear of audio separates and just go with an all in one?