PSB Loudspeakers



psb loudspeakersPSB was founded by loudspeaker designer Paul Barton and his wife, Sue, in 1972. PSBSpeakers has built a formidable reputation for affordable high-end loudspeakers for virtually any application. A loudspeaker designer since childhood, Mr. Barton combines a passion for music and sonic transparency to the original performance, with a deep psychoacoustical and testing background rooted in its membership in Canada's noted National Research Council.


PSB
is a part of the Lenbrook Group, which also includes NAD and Tivoli Audio (for distribution).

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Notable PSB Loudspeakers products include:

PSB Synchrony Series
PSB Imagine Series
PSB Platinum Series
PSB SubSeries

HomeTheaterReview.com's PSB Loudspeakers product reviews includes:
PSB CW800E in-wall speakers and CWS10 in-wall subwoofer
PSB Imagine B bookshelf loudspeakers
PSB Image T55 speaker

Similar brands include Klipsch, Mirage, JBL, Paradigm, Totem Acoustic, and Golden Ear.

Email: info@PSBspeakers.com


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