Dynamics processing specialist Jünger Audio has assigned Qvest Media FZ LLC to handle distribution of its product range in the Middle East.

Based in Dubai, Qvest Media focuses on the distribution of broadcasting and media solutions from a range of German manufacturers – including Annova Systems, Lynx Technik, Riedel, RTW and S4M Solutions for Media. Together with its German sister company Wellen+Noethen, Qvest also acts as a partner for system integration working to German quality standards.

The new arrangement finds Qvest Media distributing Jünger Audio’s entire product range, including its Level Magic Loudness control solution, which is now incorporated into products from Miranda, Wohler and Harmonic, as well as being used as a stand-alone solution by broadcasters such as Discovery Channel, MediaCorp, Canal+, Astro and RTL.

‘Our German sister company has been cooperating with Jünger Audio for many years now and Qvest Media has already supplied Jünger equipment to a large number of clients,’ says Stephan Seelaender, General Manager of Qvest Media. ‘Moreover, we have chosen Jünger Audio for our major projects in the Middle East, such as the recent high profile installation at Al Jazeera Sport’s Channel. The company’s limiting, levelling and sound operation control products are renowned for their quality and for their intuitive handling. We believe they are an excellent addition to the range of products we already represent and will bring real benefits to our customer base. We look forward to furthering our relationship with Jünger Audio.’

Marc Judor, Jünger Audio’s International Sales and Marketing manager, adds: ‘We know from our attendance at exhibitions such as Cabsat that there is enormous interest in our product range from Middle East broadcasters and postproduction facilities. Having a partner like Qvest Media allows us to bring our innovative technology to the attention of a much wider audience. We also believe that our Level Magic loudness control solution will benefit many of the projects currently being undertaken by Wellen+Noethen, especially those where the control of audio loudness is a main criterion.’

More: www.qvestmedia.ae

www.jungeraudio.com

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