The Alpha PS1 Powered Desktop Speaker receives the highest praise from the editors of SoundStage! Network to win Product of the Year in the ‘Desktop Loudspeakers’ category.
Paul Barton, Founder and Chief Designer for PSB Speakers, received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Toronto Audio Fest, recognizing decades of contributions to the audio industry as a legendary Canadian speaker designer.
To make commuting more enjoyable for our users, we have created the perfect playlist filled with dynamics that will get your blood flowing. Whether you’re on your way to school or work, these songs will elevate your mood and help you begin your day on the right note. Without further ado, here are just five of our favourite #riseandgrind songs.
Since its release on July 15, Netflix’s latest original series Stranger Things has bewitched the masses thanks to its incredible storytelling and sense of nostalgia. Set in the 1980s, Stranger Things takes place in a small town that appears to be invaded by supernatural forces.
In the wake of the release of PSB Speakers’ latest subwoofer, the SubSeries 450, we here at PSB got to thinking about some of our favourite bass-heavy tracks.
With the release of PSB’s Imagine XA speaker, the first PSB speaker to be Dolby Atmos® enabled, movie theatre goers can now experience the magic of Dolby Atmos within the comfort of their own homes.
One of the most frequently asked questions from consumers is, where is the best place to put my PSB speakers, and how should I position them? The positioning of the left and right speaker can play a major role in their acoustic performance, so we highly suggest reading through this short list of tips and… Continue reading Speaker Placement Tips for Real Sound
August 20, 2008 PSB founder explains to CEPro Magazine, the priorities behind PSB’s loudspeaker design. 07.29.2008 — Paul Barton, the chief designer and founder of PSB, formed his opinions over the years working with the famed Canadian National Research Council. In this Q&A, he explains his perspective on what loudspeakers sound best — and why.… Continue reading Paul Barton – The Priorities of Speaker Design