October 14, 2019

The stories we tell

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio I don’t know anyone that doesn’t have a dozen stories explaining everything they believe. From religion to politics to stereo systems, the stories we tell and believe explain the world to us. Until those stories change. It’s easy to buy into the notion your stories represent truth—an obvious contradiction since opposing […]

Engineering school

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio The traditional route traveled by aspiring audio engineers is school. Learn your basics then move on to higher-level classes in mathematics, physics, semiconductors, circuits, and so on. When you come out of school you’re, well, somewhat useless—a head filled with a lot of unconnected information waiting to be used. […]

The Publisher speaks: CITN/Cayman27 10th Anniversary

By Joan Wilson – written then with much love and re-published today with much sadness. CITN’s 10th ANNIVERSARY Oh wow! – My goodness! It’s so nice to see you all here Our friends and subscribers from far and near Ten years seems like only yesterday Since switching on with colour bars – making history in […]

Premier’s statement on proposed closure of Cayman27

GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands – In regard to the announcement that Cayman27 will end its television broadcast as of Friday, 30 August, Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin had the following to say: “The government is very concerned about the loss of Caymanian jobs and will make available all of government’s resources to assist with finding them […]

OECS Music Talk comes to Saint Lucia

Thursday, August 29, 2019 — The OECS Competitive Business Unit (CBU) continues its Music Mentorship and Artiste Development Programme in Saint Lucia with the third installment of the OECS Music Talk series, featuring four well-known local music mentors and well over 20 mentees, today Thursday 29 August at the Finance Administrative Centre, Pointe Seraphine, Castries. The OECS Music Talk is […]

Is perfection overrated?

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Perfection in its literal form is a myth. We strive for perfection in our systems, our lives, our friends and come away frustrated. What we likely mean is perfect including the inevitable flaws, but not all of us see it that way. If I had to guess, I’d imagine […]

Cayman: National Emergency Notification System testing

Hazard Management Cayman Islands and the Department of Public Safety and Communication are to begin testing the National Emergency Notification System’s Radio Alert System this week. We would be grateful if you could assist with informing the public about these tests. All radio broadcasts will be briefly interrupted on the following dates whilst we conduct […]

Six radio stations honored with dual ‘CMA Awards’ nominations

From All Access Music Group Six stations lead the nominations for “The 53rd Annual CMA Awards” with two apiece. Stations nominated in both the Station of the Year and Broadcast Personality of the Year categories are: WIL/ST LOUIS; KCYY/SAN ANTONIO; WQDR/RALEIGH; WIVK/KNOXVILLE; KKNU/EUGENE, OR; and WBYT/SOUTH BEND, IN. Also of note, both Country stations in […]

The curse of new

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio No sooner do I get a new ache or pain than my mind gravitates to the worst possible scenario. “No doubt it’s cancer.” When a new product has a hiccup or fails to meet expectations we often jump to a worst-case conclusion that it’s defective or broken. We rarely […]

HiFi: 4th speaker drive

When it rains, it… By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Today I wanted to share the new 6.5″ midbass couplers. While not as big and beast-like, they’re even more important to sound quality than the woofer itself. Very few speaker systems are 4-way with midbass couplers. This 4th driver has been sparingly used on a […]