PS Audio's Senior Analog Design Engineer Darren Myers and The Music Room Testing Technician Duncan Taylor discuss all things hifi audio, covering such audiophile topics as speakers, amplifiers, DACs, preamplifiers, vinyl, cables, music, stereo soundstages, tweaks, adjustments and much more.
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Fresh off the heels of AXPONA (and right on the precipice of Munich), Duncan talks about the details involved in planning a show appearance and gives a behind-the-scenes look at the show from a manufacturer's perspective. Questions about capacitors, ... more
Well, it's finally happened. Your favorite podcast has dusted off the microphone and is getting itself back in gear after a few months shy of a yearlong hiatus. For new listeners, this should serve as a fine guide for ingesting the nearly 200 hours o... more
After a visit to chez Tweak to hear the always-improving desktop system, Darren decided to push Duncan into a project the best way he knew how: by giving him a pair of Seas Excel tweeters and posing the question, "what if you had state-of-the-art sof... more
I'm happy the podcast is back with Duncan. Even solo, Duncan communicates his enthusiasm and knowledge of stereo equipment. Also, the most recent interview with Garrett Hongo was excellent. I'm surprised there haven't been more interviews with Mr. Hongo. Thanks for the great shows and I also have no problem with long podcast episodes. more
The best audiophile podcast ever. Not just the most informative and technically oriented, but also the most fun and engagingly accessible. Darren and Duncan bring a palpable, infectious enthusiasm to exploring the furthest corners of the hobby, in exquisite detail and supported by as much science as the topics allow. The hosts, from very different audio industry backgrounds, each bring a unique approach to audiophilia and are masterful in expressing their views. Their product knowledge is unpara... more
Best HiFi podcast. Open minded combined with extensive knowledge.
Darren & Duncan offer great insight on aspects of the high end audio hobby. Even the subjects they dwell on surprise me. What is great is that they know so much and have achieved a lot professionally, but they are still young guys with that enthusiasm and willingness to experiment that goes with you. Listen to Ohms Law for sage advice from a guy who has seen and heard it all. But then listen to Darren and Duncan to hear insights of the rising generation being developed as we listen.
A really excellent podcast on audio topics! Highly recommend for people into analogue or digital music/systems.
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The Hifi Podcast launched 3 years ago and published 91 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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