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Jüunger Audio Intros New DSP card

These new addition enable Jünger Audio to offer an integrated workflow solution for managing Dolby coded 5.1 audio signals in production, ingest and playout.
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Jünger Audio has introduced several new additions to its Level Magic automated audio loudness control system for production and broadcast.

These new addition enable Jünger Audio to offer an integrated workflow solution for managing Dolby coded 5.1 audio signals in production, ingest and playout.

The latest addition to the range is the C8086-8, an 8-channel DSP card that incorporates a new Dolby metadata generator option. This is designed for use with the modular frame C8000 system, which provides audio processing for a wide variety of application including audio production, broadcasting, distribution, re-broadcasting and audio for video.

When used with Jünger Audio's C8601 Dolby D/E decoder, C8611 Dolby E encoder, C8612 Dolby D/D+ encoder and C8404 HD/SD-SDI inserter, the new DSP card allows users to verify, modify, or generate metadata, including Dialnorm, according to Dolby specifications for both Dolby E and Dolby Digital.

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