By Robert Archer · November 2, 2017 • PS Audio's newly announced P20 Power Plant provides homeowners with a power solution that delivers low distortion, clean power.
By Robert Archer · October 20, 2017 • The Tozzi Two single-driver loudspeaker from MarkAudio-SOTA utilizes a 5-inch driver that is able to reproduce a frequency response of 90Hz to 24kHz.
By Robert Archer · April 21, 2016 • PS Audio has teamed up with the mastering engineering Gus Skinas, Immersive Records, Blue Coast Records and Audiophile Societies International (ASI) to launch the One Music Project.
By Robert Archer · July 9, 2015 • PS Audio's new NuWave DSD DAC accepts PCM signals up to 32-bit/192kHz from any digital source. All DSD signals are taken into the product's input in a native mode without any Sample Rate Conversion (SRC).
By Jason Knott · June 17, 2014 • PS Audio turns to Kickstarter to raise $56,520 in a matter of hours for its new Sprout integrated amplifier. What are the ramifications?
By Robert Archer · August 21, 2013 • PS Audio's NuWave Phono Converter combines a phono preamplifier and digital-to-analog converter, allowing users to rip vinyl into digital files to listen to them on portable devices.
By Robert Archer · November 30, 2012 • PS Audio says its new PerfectWave PowerBase product isolates components from vibrations and it provides power conditioning to serve as a multi-dimensional A/V solution.
By Jason Knott · October 30, 2012 • Citing the decline of the specialty retail channel, PS Audio will sell its high-end DACs and CD players directly to consumers online. PS Audio also cuts remaining retail resellers from 450 down to 90.
By Rachel Cericola · January 27, 2011 • PS Audio's PerfectWave Power Plant 5 and PerfectWave Power Plant 10 feature patented technology for power management and performance.
By Robert Archer · January 3, 2011 • The Colo.-based company's new app allows users to stream content to UPnP enabled media players.
By Jason Knott · April 21, 2010 • Using "imaging" techniques, a room can be designed to create the illusion where the loudspeakers "simply disappear."