Asheville, Walnut Cove, Biltmore Forrest and Western North Carolina’s Audio and Home Theater specialists present Cane Creek AV and Paul McGowan – PS Audio, Intl.

Is it just me?

I have an older Kindle e-book reader sitting idly on my desk at home. It is a perfectly fine Kindle but I never use it because I have a new one that was said to be better. The new one is, in fact, better. At least I think so.

As soon as I read there was a newer, better device available I got excited. Just like I get excited about the new phone—you know, that new phone that replaced the old new one; the one that was so much better than the new one from before.

Is it just me that gets excited over new?

Some improvements are so significant I can’t imagine living without them. Others seem more excitement than substance. It’s hard to know which is what until you take a stab and try them.

I don’t think it’s just me that gets anxious and excited for the new, the fresh, the inspirational.

What about you?

Now that I think about it, I am really happy I got that new Kindle.

Asheville, Walnut Cove, Biltmore Forrest and Western North Carolina’s Audio and Home Theater specialists present Cane Creek AV and Paul McGowan – PS Audio, Intl.

PS Audio factory tour

We absolutely love it when audiophiles and music lovers drop by to visit us in Boulder. Folks are treated to the nickel tour of the factory, engineering labs, admin areas, even the ping pong room, and then the grand prize. Music Room One.

Just after January’s Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas, Stereophile Editor John Atkinson came by to visit and with him was his trusty videographer, Jana Dagdagan (who spit out our free coffee….yeah, it’s not too good. Girl’s got taste).

They’ve put together a fantastic tour of our facilities which you can watch by clicking here.

John asks me some great questions and this is by far the best tour anyone’s managed yet to do.

It’s worth a view.