Boulder, CO: March 7, 2014– PS Audio, manufacturer of fine audio equipment for over 40 years, has released two new videos to help explain the new technology behind the DirectStream DAC and released photos for press download. In addition the complete webpage description has been published and available here.
Following our press-release announcing the revolutionary new DirectStream DAC, we’ve received a lot of requests for more details about the design, how we convert all inputs to DSD, and WHY we convert all inputs to DSD–even PCM.
We’ve put together a pair of videos that tell our tale better than we could in several thousand words. Video #1 features PS Founder Paul McGowan and SACD/DSD pioneer Gus Skinas, and tells the backstory of the DirectStream.
Video #2 features lead designer Ted Smith, and details his 10-year quest to perfect DSD, and to unleash the magic locked inside PCM recordings.
We hope these videos help explain how DirectStream isn’t just a new DAC–it’s a whole new way to unleash the music that’s locked inside digital recordings.
About PS Audio: Founded by Paul McGowan and Stan Warren in 1973, PS Audio has a long history of offering innovative designs at affordable prices. PS has been an industry-leader in the fields of power-regeneration, phono preamplifiers, DACs and transports. PS Audio’s administration, engineering and manufacturing facilities are all located in Boulder, Colorado, and all core products are fully made in the USA.