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Jünger Audio incorporates Dante network technology

Jünger Audio's first device to feature Dante technology will be the V*AP two channel voice processor, expected in the first quarter of 2014.

Jünger Audio has partnered with Audinate to incorporate Dante digital media networking solution into its range of audio processors. Jünger Audio’s first device to feature Dante technology will be the V*AP two channel voice processor (pictured below). Adding audio network capabilities to the V*AP complements its consequent network approach on control, measurement and administration.

In combination with a Dante computer interface or the DVS Dante Virtual Soundcard software, the V*AP can act as a frontend for any DAW or video editing system. The Dante interface solution will be released for the V*AP in the first quarter of 2014 and subsequently become available for all other Jünger Audio boxed products. Peter Poers, CEO of Jünger Audio commented: “We looked at all the audio over IP network solutions and found that the efficiency, ease of use, seamless integration and growing range of manufacturers supporting Dante made it the ideal choice for Jünger Audio. “As customers continue to demand and expect interoperability between devices, we believe that the adoption of Dante will allow us to provide all the functionality and flexibility that the pro audio community needs now, and positions us well for developing and introducing next generation audio products.” “Jünger Audio is known for their unique range of digital processors which are designed to meet the precise needs of the professional audio broadcast market,” added Lee Ellison, CEO of Audinate. “Dante is already the leading interoperable network solution for the professional audio and broadcast markets. Jünger Audio’s V*AP voice processor with Dante networking simplifies how audio can be distributed for TV broadcasters, IPTV providers, music recording studios and audio post production facilities.”