Canada’s IsoAcoustics and PSB Speakers Collaborate
PSB Speakers made famous by innovator and founder, Paul Barton, generally need little in the way of introduction. Fellow Canucks, IsoAcoustics might be the relative newcomer, but its acoustic isolation products are winning fans and awards around the world already.
So the news of a collaboration between the two companies is welcome. Barton, being so impressed by IsoAcoustics achievements, brought the two together to offer “a number of upcoming PSB Speakers that will feature integrated IsoAcoustics isolation technology.”
Steve Burton, General Manager at IsoAcoustics' Australian distributor, Convoy, told StereoNET:
Paul recognised the way IsoAcoustics manages the interaction with the supporting surface and is making IsoAcoustics an integral part of his upcoming releases. The first PSB Speaker with IsoAcoustics integration, the CustomSound In-Room Sub (CSIR Sub), will be shown at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) show in Amsterdam this February.
Dave Morrison, founder of IsoAcoustics, added:
Paul Barton has always been an innovator in the audio industry. He was instrumental in building the audio industry in Canada and paved the way for companies like ours,
I am so pleased he recognises the contribution IsoAcoustics products make, and I am excited to be working with him and his team at PSB Speakers.
IsoAcoustics isolation products complement speakers to deliver greater sound clarity and a more open three-dimensional sound stage. An A/B demonstration of two identical pairs of PSB Speakers at the StereoNET Melbourne Hi-Fi Show last year left no doubt in punters minds when they compared, back to back, one pair with IsoAcoustics isolation, and other without. The push of a button switched the pairs of speakers.
We look forward to the fruits of this collaboration between two already successful experts in loudspeakers, acoustics, and isolation.
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