Aha! moments

Paul McGowan writes ….. Few things in life are as satisfying as an aha! moment: the solving of a tough problem, the solution to a puzzle, getting your stereo system dialed in. One of the more common aha! moments for people is when they try easing up on speaker toe in. Most speakers don’t want […]

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Separating fact from fiction

Paul McGowan writes ….. It’s not always easy to separate fact from fiction because few things in life are black and white enough to make simple judgments. For example, years ago a young technician who became a reviewer, Enid Lumley, drove three and a half hours to PS Audio headquarters to report a discovery she […]

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PS Audio: Overkill

Paul McGowan writes: When a trumpet or trombone plays loudly – or a bass drum or gong is hit hard –  the sound that is produced by the instrument is dynamically linear with the softer sounds that instrument can make.  The same cannot generally be said about a loudspeaker that is reproducing those sounds. Imagine […]

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Guns ‘n Roses – Live At The Ritz: NYC, February 2, 1988 – Westwood One FM Broadcast (CD)

This concert, recorded for television on February 2, 1988 at The Ritz in NYC is perhaps the greatest example of Guns N’ Roses in their prime, with the classic, all-time lineup of Axl, Slash, Duff, Izzy, and Steven ‘Popcorn’ Adler. Featuring all the classic singles from their 1987 debut, Appetite For Destruction, as well as […]

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