Jünger Audio gets on board with C8000 cards
The C8000 modular audio processing system from Jünger Audio has been augmented with three new processing boards intended to help users ‘complete the same processing tasks in a much more efficient way’.
Named the C8092, C8492B and C8492, the boards are described by Jünger CEO Peter Poers as making ‘the conversion of previously common configurations much more straightforward’. He adds, ‘the main difference between the C8092, C8492 and C8492B lies in the scalable audio processing circuits for up to 16 channels including two surround programmes. This gives the performance and power of four of the previous DSP cards in one new DSP card, along with the availability of an integrated 3G/HD/SD-SDI interface. It also gives the possibility of accessing the C8000 system bus to exchange audio and metadata with other boards in a frame. Many large system designs involving audio processing can now be configured using a lower number of frames, boards and accessories’.
The C8000 card system is already well established in the market, comprising DSP-based cards plus I/O options. The solution is particularly geared to multichannel sound, and interfaces are available for 3G/HD/SD-SDI, Madi, and Dante plus AES3 and analogue I/O. The launch of the three new boards coincides with the phasing out of some of older models including the C8086+, C8087 and some Dolby cards.