Summary: PSB’s Paul Barton has been in the
loudspeaker game for over 30 years. In that time, you’d think that he might slow
down, or at least run out of ideas. Based on what I experienced with the Synchrony One,
there’s no fear of that just yet. The One is visually appealing, technically advanced
and sonically superb. Overall, it's really hard to fault.
PSB Synchrony One B Bookshelf Speaker and SubSeries HD10 Subwoofer
Audio Ideas Guide
25 June 2008
Excerpt: “After a long history of Stratus top-of-the-line loudspeakers, through the Gold and Platinum series, PSB has recently renewed its flagship line with a new name: Synchrony . I think the intention is to bring together all the elements of acoustic design and mechanics in enclosures that employ completely new approaches to the physical and aesthetic aspects of dynamic speaker construction…”
Excerpt: So when a company like PSB launches a new line of high-end speakers, audiophiles take notice. The new Synchrony line, which includes seven models, may be one step down from the flagship Platinum range in PSB's product hierarchy, but it's as up-to-the-minute as the company can make it.
Conclusion: Die PSB Synchrony One bietet einen sehr gelungenen Kompromiss aus samtig-erdigem, dabei aber zugleich präzisem und gut auflösendem Gesamtklang. Vor allem Freunde akustischer und „elektrischer“ Rockmusik werden am präzisen und doch profunden Bass ihre Freude haben. Ein toller Lautsprecher fürs Wohnzimmer: edel verarbeitet, voluminöser Sound, absolut unkritische Aufstellung.