Jünger Audio offers new products for audio networking

Junger Netbridge
Neal Romanek
Audio
August 10th 2017 at 9:53AM : By Neal Romanek

Jünger's Netbridge converts traditional audio formats to network audio

Junger Audio will be showing off new networked audio solutions next month in Amsterdam.

The company will show its Netbridge series of simple converters that translate traditional audio formats to networked audio (pictured). 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. Netbridge units will be available as 1U 19in rack mounting or standalone units.

Also on display is Easy Loudness, a dual stereo Level Magic audio processor with true peak limiting and optional loudness logging. Fitted with SDI and AES IO Easy Loudness is designed for stereo broadcast to ensure consistent loudness is maintained from programme to programme.

Jünger’s Multichannel Monitoring and Authoring (MMA) system is an immersive audio processor for MPEG-H monitoring and authoring. MMA provides tools for handling and creating static and dynamic audio channels and objects, authoring metadata and measuring the loudness of each of the possible MPEG-H presentations.