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Speakers generally come covered in protective grille cloth by their manufacturers. Is it better to take that off or leave it on as the manufacturer specified?
Every consumer show PS Audio attends this viewer has seen silk plants placed in strategic positions near the speakers. Is this some untold secret for better sound quality?
Damping factor is an important element in a power amplifier’s ability to control a loudspeaker. Does that mean that the higher the damping factor the better the amplifier sounds?
Integrated circuit amplifiers have some of the best specifications of any circuits yet they are not the best choice for analog designs. Why is that and what makes them not quite as good as discretes?
Why do a lot of modern volume control knobs endlessly spin when controlling volume? It used to be they went up and stopped. What changed and which is better?
We understand that amplifier clipping can damage speaker drivers so why don’t amp manufacturers protect from this happening?
There’s single driver, dual driver, triple driver loudspeakers. But how many drivers are best? If you didn’t care about costs how many drivers would make the perfect speaker?
This viewer has heard that balanced AC power is best but wants to know why PS Audio Power Plant AC regenerators don’t use balanced power.
Audiophiles have an entire lexicon all their own. Terms like transparency, warmth, and so on define what we hear on a high end system. But, what do those terms actually mean?
Forced air heating ands cooling is noisy and intrusive when it comes to high-end listening rooms. What’s the best way to solve this problem?