Junger Audio Studiotechnik D*AP LM2, D*AP LM4
Digital audio processors
D*AP LM2 is a two-channel digital audio processor incorporating Level Magic II. It is capable of handling analog and digital (AES/EBU) audio and features an automatic input switchover with parallel output formats. Junger Audio's Adaptive Dynamics come as standard, allowing customers to incorporate additional processing blocks such as filters, compressors, expanders and the recently introduced proprietary Spectral Signature processor. This proprietary technology offers the ability to create a signature mask as a template so that broadcasters can recreate the same atmosphere and dynamics on subsequent audio content. D*AP LM4 is a four-channel digital audio processor with Level Magic II. It features onboard AES/EBU digital I/O, along with optional 3G/HD/SD-SDI I/O or analog I/O. All I/Os come with power fail bypass. Control of this 19" rack-mountable unit is via a smart new front panel or via a Web interface for those who wish to operate it remotely.
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