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Jünger Audio Adds Easy Loudness Processing to D*AP Family

Audio signal processing software supplier Jünger Audio has unveiled a new and slim line addition to its family of D*AP digital audio processors. Targeted at television broadcasters currently delivering stereo audio with their video programs, Easy Loudness is a new digital audio processor that delivers high quality performance with an extensively redesigned web user interface for maximum ease of use and intelligibility.

Jünger Audio's Easy Loudness is available in two versions: one with an integrated 3G SDI interface and the other with a DANTE/AES67 AoIP interface. Both versions feature two independent stereo programs that incorporate the company’s audibly transparent Level Magic algorithm. This is used to adjust audio from any source, at any time, to the right level with no breathing, pumping, or distortion.

The Easy Loudness web interface has been reworked so that the most important parameters of the operating system are directly accessible from the home page, thus making it very simple to use. In addition to the main interface the device is equipped with an AES/EBU interface to receive a fall back signal. Automatic fail over switching, dual power supplies, SNMP system monitoring, as well as full loudness monitoring and a simple yet powerful snapshot functionality are only fractions of its comprehensive feature set.

In keeping with all the products in Jünger Audio’s D*AP family, Easy Loudness furthers the concept of Smart Audio by allowing broadcasters to invest in simple, reliable and predictable equipment that can automatically deliver controlled audio content while maintaining high audio quality. Jünger Audio’s Smart Audio devices employ the industry standard Ember+ remote protocol, allowing them to seamlessly integrate with an increasingly wide range of compatible equipment including playout automation systems, logging and monitoring processes.

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