12.09.2009 11:42 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Jünger Audio helps Lumiere TV improve sound quality across channels

Cyprus-based broadcaster Lumiere TV has invested in Jünger Audio’s Level Magic technology to ensure that all of its transmitted channels maintain the same audio level and loudness. The pay-TV channel has acquired eight of the company’s b46 Level Magic digital dynamics processors to add to existing b40 digital audio toolboxes.

Lumiere TV has also invested in four Jünger Audio MIX4 units, which are being used to insert live commentary audio into SDI embedded signals. With four stereo full-featured channel strips and SDI I/O, these small, cost-effective mixers are ideally suited for de-embedding audio from raw material and mixing this with speech and other sources, before embedding the mix back to SDI.

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