Turbosound turns to Audio Precision for loudspeaker design and test
WORLD: Audio Precision has announced a significant investment in its test instruments by Music Group for use in the design and production of Turbosound products.
‘We have invested in a $4 million dollar (USD) state-of-the art building in Manchester to house our high-tech research and development centre, where the staff has grown from eight to over 70 in less than three years, and we are continuing to recruit in an effort to create the very best products in the pro audio world,’ said Music Group founder and CEO Uli Behringer.
Following in the footsteps of Music Group’s other pro audio brands Midas and Klark Teknik, British loudspeaker icon Turbosound has purchased Audio Precision test instruments for use in its new UK research, development and manufacturing facility in Kidderminster. APx audio analyzers will now test every single Turbosound product, from the earliest concept stage, to final production – ensuring the highest standards of sonic performance and reliability.
Leveraging the new electro-acoustic test software for APx, the production engineering testing UK team has designed an extensive, automated software package for the state-of-the-art APx Series.
‘We are very excited to continue working with the Music Group,” said Audio Precision president, David Schmoldt. ‘They have achieved remarkable success in pro audio, and we are proud to be a part of that story. AP is expanding the definition of audio test to cover all aspects of the signal chain using a single platform from analog through digital and electro-acoustics, and the work done at Turbosound exemplifies this converged approach.’