Jünger Audio will be using the NAB show to launch two new Combo cards for its modular C8000 dynamic processing system, which incorporate its proprietary Level Magic algorithm for automated loudness control.

Junger C8565The C8586 is a dual combo board, providing two SDI streams, each with four channels of audio. This is well suited to the needs of re-broadcasters (satellite, IPTV, cable) as it will process up to 32 channels in dual stereo and in one frame. The card will be ‘very competitively priced’, enabling broadcasters to reduce their initial spend for loudness control.

The second card is the C8582, an eight-channel analogue and DSP card that can handle four stereo pairs, enabling cable head ends to process four television programmes per board. ‘This board works the same way as our existing – and very popular – C8486 board, but it uses analogue signals instead of SDI,’ Peter Poers, Jünger Audio MD, says. ‘It is highly cost effective and the fact that it can handle four stereo pairs is exactly what cable operators have been asking for.’

He adds that Jünger Audio will also be modifying its existing C8486 card to give it eight channels of HD/SDI, and renaming it the C8584 so that it becomes an integral part of this new series. ‘We feel it is important to continue to offer the C8584 because it remains a good option for countries that need to process several languages in one SDI stream (for example: Belgium, Spain, Switzerland) or for countries with two or more local languages and English,’ he explains.

Jünger Audio’s modular C8000 solution incorporates a suite of DSP and I/O interface cards enabling it to completely integrate workflow for managing surround sound and Dolby coded 5.1 audio signals in production, ingest and playout. These include HD/SDI De-embedding/Embedding with VANC, Dolby E resynchronisation with in-built video delay and Dolby metadata generation. Because it is modular nature, each C8000 system can be adapted to suit individual broadcasters’ needs.

All C8000 systems include Jünger Audio’s Level Magic adaptive loudness algorithm, which is based on a Multi-Loop dynamic range control principle. This enables slow changes (AGC), fast changes (Transient processing) and Look Ahead peak limiting to be handled simultaneously, thus offering level management with exceptionally high audio quality and without coloration, pumping, breathing, distortion or modulation effects.

More: www.junger-audio.com

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