Jünger Audio D*AP LM2

An audio processor from Jünger Audio.
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Jünger Audio D*AP LM2

Sep 21, 2011 9:41 AM

Jünger Audio D*AP LM2

Jünger Audio has launched a new addition to its range of Level Magic processors. The D*AP LM2 is a 2-channel digital audio processor incorporating Version II of Jünger Audio’s Level Magic algorithm, which is compliant with all current broadcast audio loudness recommendations including ITU, EBU R128, and ATSC A/85. Designed as a successor to Jünger Audio’s D06 unit, the D*AP LM2 is capable of handling both analog and digital (AES/EBU) audio and features an automatic input switchover with parallel output formats. Jünger Audio’s Adaptive Dynamics come as standard, allowing users to incorporate additional processing blocks such as filters, compressors, expanders, and the recently introduced Spectral Signature processor. The 19in. D*AP LM2 fits neatly into a rack and is controllable through the front panel or via a web-based interface. It also comes with a power-fail bypass as standard. Price: NA

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