Audio Precision

Since our founding in 1984, engineers in 100 countries on six continents have depended on test and measurement equipment from Audio Precision to design, build and verify their audio products. Audio Precision customers include the world's top manufacturers in the areas of recording and broadcast, A/D and D/A chip design, signal processing, computer audio, home entertainment, personal stereo, telecommunications, loudspeaker, microphone and amplifier research, design and manufacturing.

  • (800) 231-7350
    (503) 627 0832
  • 5750 SW Artic Drive
    Beaverton, OR 97005

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  • 2700 Series - High-Performance, Two-Channel Audio Analyzer

    Company: Audio Precision

    The 2700 Series is designed for audio engineers who need high performance, low distortion and flexibility in their audio analyzer. With the Programmable Serial Interface Adapter (PSIA), it is a powerful solution for high-end converter and other chip designers.

  • ATS-1 - Self-Contained Audio Analyzer

    Company: Audio Precision

    The ATS-1 is now officially on Limited Supply Status. The length of time that the ATS-1 will be available depends on the rate at which we receive orders. All orders will be filled on a "first-come, first-serve" basis until materials are exhausted and the product shifts to Depleted Supply Status. Once Depleted Supply is reached, Audio Precision will offer ATS-1 servicing for 5 years after that date.

  • APx Series - Audio Analyzers

    Company: Audio Precision

    The APx Series of audio analyzers represents the state of the art in audio test, with models and options to suit every need from R&D to high-speed production test. Industry-leading analog performance, flexible software with a multi-mode UI, and a wide range of digital I/O and software options make APx the most powerful and versatile series of instruments we''ve ever produced.

  • APx500 Series - Electro-Acoustic Test

    Company: Audio Precision

    Whether evaluating the performance of loudspeakers, headphones, or microphones, electro-acoustic test can be challenging. In the case of loudspeakers and microphones, extraneous noises and reflections from surrounding walls and floors interfere with the measurements. Headphones present their own challenges, owing to the close coupling of earphones to the ears and the associated acoustic transmission paths. In addition to industry-leading analog performance and the widest array of digital options, APx500 Series analyzers offer fast, cost-effective electro-acoustic test of raw drivers and integrated audio products from the R&D lab to the factory floor.