PS Audio | Product Line

By: Krome  06-Dec-2011


For over 35 years PS Audio has been bringing a higher level of performance to home audio and video equipment. It is PS Audio’s mission to bring the wonderful gifts of music and film into our homes with the highest level of performance coupled with the greatest value and ease of use as humanly possible.

PS Audio® was founded in 1974 by audio designers Paul McGowan (the P) and Stan Warren (the S), in Santa Maria California. 

The first products we designed, manufactured and sold were all in support of vinyl records.  Over the years, our product line has grown to support every aspect of high-end home entertainment, starting at the AC power socket all the way to the loudspeaker terminals.

Stan Warren left the company in 1980.  Paul McGowan remains the company’s CEO and continues to guide the direction of the products and the company’s mission statement.

PS Audio is now based in beautiful Boulder Colorado, with engineering, sales, marketing, production and administration facilities nestled up against the beautiful Rocky Mountains.

Krome Technologies is proud to distribute PS Audio in New Zealand.

While every attempt is made to ensure the information provided on this page is accurate, specifications change from time to time and we are not liable for any omissions or errors.

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