Audio Precision has offered many different families and models of audio analyzer since 1985. All models remain under full support for a minimum of five years from their date of discontinuation. See the Service page for support definitions.
The 2700 Series was designed for audio engineers requiring high performance, low distortion and flexibility in their audio analyzer. The 2722’s true dual-domain architecture enabled extraordinary performance in measuring both analog and digital signals. 2700 Series “A” (APIB) instruments have an APIB (Audio Precision Interface Bus) connector and require Windows XP, or later versions, to run the AP Control Software. “G” instruments include the IEEE-488.2 GPIB interface and can also be controlled directly through GPIB.
• 2702A: Discontinued 2019
• 2702G: Discontinued 2019
• 2712A: Discontinued 2019
• 2712G: Discontinued 2019
• 2722A: Discontinued 2019
• 2722G: Discontinued 2019
• Full support
The ATS-1 provides comprehensive two-channel analog and digital generation and measurement in a self-contained package that is rugged and ready for almost anything.
• ATS-1: Discontinued 1998 (2-channel general purpose audio analyzer)
• ATS-1A: Discontinued 2016 (ATS-1 Access Audio Test System with IEEE-488 GPIB interface)
• ATS-1DD: Discontinued 2016 (ATS-1 Dual-Domain Audio Test System with IEEE-488 GPIB interface; 48 kHz digital audio)
• Full support for ATS-1A
• Full support for ATS-1DD
• Conditional support for ATS-1
The ATS-2 is a general-purpose audio analyzer well-suited to the design lab, broadcast facility or production line—anywhere you need high-precision, feature-rich audio test and measurement.
• ATS-2A: Discontinued 2010 (2-channel general purpose audio analyzer)
• ATS-2G: Discontinued 2010 (2-channel general purpose audio analyze with GPIB)
• Unsupported (as of December 31, 2016)
The Portable One audio analyzer brings bench-quality, high-precision test and measurement to maintenance, engineering and production facilities. Whether in broadcast, communications, bench or production use, The P1 offers a complete, easy-to-use audio test set.
• P1PA: Discontinued 2010 (Portable One Plus Access Audio Test System; optional IEEE-488 GPIB interface)
• P1DD: Discontinued 2010 (Portable One Dual Domain (digital and analog) Audio Test System; 96 kHz digital audio; optional IEEE-488 GPIB interface)
• P1: Discontinued 1997 (Original Portable One model, included variations “Plus” and “Plus G”)
• Unsupported (all models)
System Two evolved from System One. Various models included 96K digital. Cascade models had an upgraded DSP and Digital IO. Plus models had an improved analog section. S2 controlled by APWIN only; Cascade and Plus models controlled by APWIN or AP2700 software. (“G” means GPIB control. “A” means APIB.)
• System Two
o 2022A: Discontinued 2001
o 2022G: Discontinued 2001
o 2222A: Discontinued 2002
o 2222G: Discontinued 2002
o 2322A: Discontinued 2002
o 2322G: Discontinued 2002
o 2300: Discontinued 2001
• System Two Cascade
o 2422A: Discontinued 2001
o 2422G: Discontinued 2001
o 2522A: Discontinued 2001
o 2500: Discontinued 2001
o 2522G: Discontinued 2001
• System Two Cascade Plus
o 2122A: Discontinued 2001
o 2122G: Discontinued 2001
o 2622A: Discontinued 2001
o 2622G: Discontinued 2001
o 2722A 96K: Discontinued 2003
o 2722G 96K: Discontinued 2003
o 2700 96K: Discontinued 2001
• Conditional support (System Two Cascade Plus)
• Unsupported (System Two and System Two Cascade – as of December 31, 2016)
System One was the first audio analyzer from Audio Precision. Introduced in 1985, it quickly became an industry standard thanks to its PC-controlled architecture and ease-of-use.
All models discontinued in 2002.
• SYS-22: Analog I/O only
• SYS-22G: Analog I/O only + GPIB
• SYS-222A: Analog I/O with DSP
• SYS-222G: Analog I/O with DSP + GPIB
• SYS-322A: Analog & digital I/O + GPIB
• SYS-322G: Analog & digital I/O + GPIB interface