Update on the PS Audio Digital Lens

The April PS Audio newsletter has the following snippet on the long forthcoming Digital Lens: The long awaited release of the PerfectWave Digital Lens has both good news and bad news.  The good news is […]


A day at Axpona 2011: Scaena, YG, King

A disappointment in three parts Scaena Scaena had some pretty amazing-looking speakers set up. The line array and subs, together (I think), worked out to be something like $66k. Impressive. Huge. Domineering. Gi-freakin’-gantic. And muddled? […]


A day at Axpona 2011: Acoustic Zen

The $16k Acoustic Zen Crescendos have sounded excellent at every show I’ve heard them, and Axpona was no exception. Robert Lee has a winner here, and it’s a pleasure to visit with him every time […]


A day at Axpona 2011: Sanders Sound

The all-Sanders room was a nice treat. Apparently, whatever the LSA Group had caught wasn’t in evidence here in ESL preserve that was the Sanders Sound room. They had their big 10c panels on display […]


A day at Axpona 2011: LSA Group

I first heard the LSA 1 Statement monitors at RMAF and flipped for them. Then, like here, they showed with the LSA Statement Integrated. Unlike then, the monitors didn’t shine quite as brightly as they […]


A day at Axpona 2011: Avatar Acoustics

The Avatar Acoustics room was my favorite room at Axpona this year and tied for “Best Sound”. The system produced a lovely, warm, enveloping sound stage that I thoroughly enjoyed rolling around in. Or maybe […]

Show Report

A Day at Axpona 2011

I haven’t been to many audio shows. My first was the Capital Audio Fest in 2010. I suppose you could say that it got me a little curious. The show was in its first year, […]

Publishers Desk

Checklist for discussing tweaks

Stole this form from a diyAudio thread. It’s an interesting checklist for deriding discussing random audio tweaks with some of their more obnoxious enthusiastic supporters. Enjoy and feel free to use the next time you […]