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The name P.Audio is known throughout the world. As one of the world’s leading manufacturers of professional audio loudspeaker components P Audio has earned a reputation as a high quality supplier to many of the world’s leading pro audio companies. P.Audio designs and produces a complete range of low frequency and high frequency transducers to exacting standards of performance and reliability.
P.Audio’s state of the art engineering and manufacturing facilities are truly world class and its products are supplied to every region of the world. P.Audio supplies premium quality OEM and P.Audio branded products that cover the entire spectrum of profession applications and requirements.
The company was established in 1991 and is located in Bangkok Thailand. The company occupies a 60,000 square meter garden complex. Continuous growth has allowed P.Audio to build ultra modern research and development facilities at its corporate headquarters. The campus also contains a state of the art manufacturing and processing operation as well as a very large acoustic presentation hall.
P.Audio branded products cover a wide range of very high performance transducers. A full range of Neodymium and Ferrite low frequency transducers cover professional audio requirements. High performance is the cornerstone of our design philosophy. Every product in the line, ranging from entry level to ultra high performance transducers, offers high performance and professional level reliability. Our compression drivers are designed to meet the exacting performance parameters expected for applications ranging from touring systems to large format fixed installations.
Research and Development is one of the key advantages that P Audio offers the professional audio marketplace. A large anechoic chamber is complimented by the latest finite element analysis software for both mechanical analysis as well as AC and DC magnetic field analysis. Our advanced test and measurement/analysis equipment completes the full design cycle by allowing in depth analysis of both static and dynamic transducer performance parameters.