Dynamics specialist Junger Audio will be attending the NAB
2012 convention (Booth SU3604) with two new additions to its *AP family of
loudness control processors, the four-channel D*AP LM4 and the two-channel D*AP
LM2. These units are specifically designed to help US broadcasters stay within
the parameters of the newly introduced CALM legislation.

Junger Audio will also be showing a prototype of the V*AP
two-channel voice processor (pictured), a new addition to the *AP family that will be
officially launched at IBC 2012. The development of this unit has been driven
by market demand for a voice processor that allows TV and radio journalists to
capture their own narrative style, particularly when operating outside the
studio. The V*AP will come with either a microphone (optional dual high end Mic
preamps) or AES I/Os so that it can be used with a mixing desk as a high end
outboard dynamics processor.

Junger Audio is completing its NAB line up with Loudness
Logger, a powerful tool that offers customers of all Junger Audio levelling
processors an easy way to monitor the development of the loudness over time.
This innovation is critical to all broadcasters who now need to show precisely
how their audio levels are performing in order to comply with new legislation
on Loudness.

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