I have begun to dip my toes into some high end audio. My plan is to get back to my roots of two channel stereo. I have been researching many brands that will get me on my way. After watching many of Paul’s videos on YouTube I decide to look into PS Audio.
On Wednesday I visited the manufacturing site in Boulder Colorado. Paul (CEO) was there and we shared a quick greeting before Scott Schroeder (sales manager) took me on a one and a half hour tour of the facility. It was an absolutely wonderful experience. I suffered a brain injury in 2012. The residual effect are not very apparent to the public, cognitive, vision and memory issues I am still attempting to regain. Unbeknownst to Scott he was a wealth of information. He was easy to talk to, friendly and had a laidback way of explaining my questions in a manner that was easy for me to understand. I was so pleased with Scott and the tour he provided. He was gracious enough to allow me to hear the Infinity IRS V in a dedicated listening room. We spent at least a half an hour in there.
I always complete my due diligence before making any purchase. PS audio will now become my go to company for high end audio. I am also looking forward to the “coming soon” speaker selection. There business model delivers outstanding customer service, professional employees, quality products, and a trade in trade up program. All this and products that are made in the USA. In todays market this is becoming rare.
For now my system consists of a Sprout 100, Kef LS 50 and a JBL Venue 10 inch subwoofer. Upgrades are already in my thoughts. I felt this was a good way to start my quest of chasing the dragon.
In closing I would like to say thank you to all the employees I met and a special thanks to Scott.