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Improved site makes AP’s audio test & measurement expertise more accessible

Beaverton, USA, October 17, 2008: Audio Precision, the recognized standard in audio test and measurement, today announced the launch of its revamped website at http://ap.com

The new website is divided into a Solutions Center, Product Catalog, Audio Resource Library & Knowledge Base, and Downloads Center. This approach makes AP’s audio test & measurement expertise much more accessible, with whitepapers, tutorials, Technotes and software resources available for users at every technical level.

“AP employs the world’s foremost experts in audio test and measurement,” said Tom Williams, AP’s Director of Marketing, “the new site opens that expertise up to users of all technical levels so they can find the information they need to solve problems on the bench test or just learn more about audio.”

The new Solutions Center looks at common test challenges and testing tips for a range of devices from consumer receivers with HDMI to multichannel mixing consoles. Popular downloads include the Introduction to the Six Basic Audio Measurements, Measurement Techniques for Digital Audio, and the Audio Measurement Handbook. New to the site is the AP Glossary of Audio Terms at http://ap.com/library/glossary.

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