Laboratories (ASL) is a totally Australian
highly respected in the international electronic community,
us about our total design and manufacturing solutions for
1968 First Registered as Audiosound Electronic Services.
1969 LD 30 low-distortion all-silicon transistor amplifier
AM 100 wide-band valve Hi-fi AM tuner developed
in conjunction with Neville Thiele.
1970 Excellent review of LD 30 amplifier in the very first
issue of the new magazine, - "Australian Hi-fi".
First loudspeaker system developed, - the "Prague",
with low frequency alignment courtesy Neville Thiele.
1971 Excellent review of the AM 100 tuner in "Electronics
Australia" magazine. Excellent review of the
"Prague II" loudspeaker in "Electronics Australia".
1972 High-performance "Haffner 3 - way, and miniature
Motet speaker systems developed.
1974 High-performance 2-way Minuet loudspeaker with
dome tweeter developed.
1975 Development of the A750 20 watt amplifier in both
domestic and professional versions.
First of several contracts with the Australian
Broadcasting Corp. (A.B.C.) for the A750 amplifier
around Australia. A.B.C. contract for Minuet
loudspeakers around Australia. F.M. tuner module
developed for the AM 100.
1976 Development of the LD40 professional power
First of several A.B.C. contracts for the LD 40
1977 AM 101 Solid state wide-band A.M. tuner developed.
T-751 high-performance 5 gang F.M. tuner developed.
1978 First impulse / FFT tests on drivers with
Dr. R.H. Small Sydney University.
T-752 FM / Wide-band AM tuner developed.
1979 New speakers developed and added to the range.
1980 First Mos-Fet power amplifier developed.
Name changed to Audiosound Laboratories.
1982 8066 speakers selected for the A.B.C.
Commonwealth Games Studios in Brisbane.
1983 A.B.C. Studios in Lismore fitted out with our
amplifiers and speakers.
Development of the SS-2 professional linear stereo
simulator. The SS-2 selected by Channel 10 Sydney.
1984 -’89 Further loudspeakers developed for professional
1990 All eight speakers submitted, received the Prestigious
Australian Design Award. SS-2 stereo simulators
supplied to the A.B.C. around Australia.
1991 Standard 8033A speakers selected, with
ASL amplifiers and specially designed electronics,
for use by the Australian Navy in their submarine
simulator for reproducing very low frequency sounds.
- The 8033's have a - 3dB. point at 37Hz. in a
1993 Special Bass Drivers designed by us
for overseas supplier.
1994 -’96 Further loudspeakers developed including the
our Home Theatre range.
1997 Unique, High-Slope, (24dB./Oct.) constant phase
cross-overs developed for special models.