Added to the Archives This Week

John Atkinson gets his mitts on the PSB Platinum T8 loudspeaker and remarks that "talented loudspeaker engineers do not stand still, and neither do the resources and technology available to them." Does PSB's new flagship design live up to JA's expectations? All is revealed.

Next, Art Dudley waddles the Tannoy Dimension TD12 loudspeaker around his listening room to find the perfect sweet spot and finally sits down to listen. Also included: A short history lesson on the company and its "dual concentric" driver designs.

In his As We See It from November, Noise Pollution, Jim Austin notes that we live in the age of the eternal combustion engine where "it isn't just birds that get drowned out. It's also the sound of music in our listening rooms."

Finally, the next installment in our "Recording of the Month" series for the online archives: Recording of November 2003: Heartbreak Hill. Robert Baird praises guitarist Albert Lee for his "unmistakable clean tone and quiet, economical, yet very distinct phrasing and laconic, meandering solos."