IBC 2017: Jünger showing range of new networked audio products
Company will reveal a number of new audio processing tools as well as showing its full range of Smart Audio-enabled D*AP products.
Jünger Audio will demonstrate a number of new networked audio products as well as showing its full range of Smart Audio-enabled D*AP gear at IBC 2017.
Netbridge is a series of simple converters that translate established audio formats to networked audio. The first products in the range are UHD-Netbridge that converts 4x 3G-SDI to MADI and Dante and MADI-Netbridge, a bidirectional MADI/Dante converter, both of which will be available as 1U 19-inch rack mounting or standalone units.
Easy Loudness is a dual stereo Level Magic audio processor with true peak limiting, optional loudness logging, and plug-and-play functionality. Fitted with SDI and AES IO, Easy Loudness is designed for stereo broadcast to ensure consistent loudness is maintained from programme to programme.
The Multichannel Monitoring and Authoring (MMA) system is Jünger’s next generation immersive audio processor for MPEG-H monitoring and authoring. MMA provides the tools required to handle and create static and dynamic audio channels and objects, author metadata and measure the loudness of each of the possible MPEG-H presentations.
Meanwhile, the modular C8000 system benefits from a new interface that incorporates both Dante and MADI on the same card. C8315 is Dante and MADI coaxial and C8316 is Dante and MADI optical.
Jünger’s Smart Audio concept encompasses high quality and possibly automated audio production, particularly in live broadcast and production environments. The concept has already been adopted by broadcasters such as Sky Sports, Input Media in London and ARD Tagesschau, the German prime time TV news service.
Jünger Audio will be showing its full range of D*AP products, all of which incorporate a collection of adaptive processing algorithms.
Attendees of this year’s IBC show can find Jünger Audio on Booth 10.A49.
(Image: Sky Germany's Cube control room, which utilises Jünger’s Smart Audio concept)