PS Audio is a remarkable audio only company. After their introduction of a speaker line, which they are working on, they will have a complete source to loudspeaker line up, at many performance and price levels, all made in Boulder, Colorado. They even have a line of power products, which are very innovative.
The only audio product they don’t make is a turntable and with the sound quality of their DSD DAC, I totally understand why.
They will be moving to bigger quarters in the coming months and there, I’m sure bigger will be better.
What exactly is better? Or bigger?
When someone tells me vinyl is better than digital I have to wonder what they mean. Better than what? Their last digital experience? Their last visit to a live concert?
Better isn’t definitive because it’s relative.
Take the system in Music Room One for an example. Digital is definitely better than vinyl. But that doesn’t define digital as better than vinyl in your system.
Better, best, bigger, are such relative terms—easily bandied about—that it probably behooves us to be careful with their use when we imply absolutes.
Maybe a better way (see, there I go again) is to keep it personal.
Better, bigger, for me works.