Jünger Audio Introduces New Interface

Netbridge UHD for integration of 4K-UHD into MADI and AoIP infrastructures

As the broadcast industry continues its transition to 4K, German manufacturer Jünger Audio has introduced Netbridge UHD - a new, advanced interface that is supposed to close the gap between digital audio production systems and modern video formats.

Source: Jünger Audio

This 19-inch product allows for simple and fast integration of 4K-UHD or four HD video streams into MADI and AoIP (AES67 and DANTE) infrastructures. With its four 3G SDI interfaces, Netbridge UHD is also ideal as an audio video front end for small and medium-sized video editing suites or workstations.

“By bringing together IP audio and existing video infrastructures, Netbridge UHD provides a straightforward and convenient interconnection between audio and video production environments,” says peter Pörs, Jnger Audio’s Business Development Manager. “With its full blown 64 channel interfaces, including MADI and AoIP, Netbridge UHD links all kinds of production systems so that audio signals can be easily connected to one 4K-UHD or four independent 3G/HD/SD SDI data streams. This enables the unit to manage any channel configuration from stereo to high-channel count immersive audio.”

Netbridge UHD is configured and operated via a standard web browser, with all system parameters also controlled by the Ember+ protocol, thus ensuring simple integration with any broadcast automation or scheduling system.

Jünger Audio’s Netbridge series also includes Netbridge MADI, which provides an AES67 alternative to the 1:1 translation between MADI and DanteTM. The system is equipped with two independent 64-channel bridges and can thus translate up to 128 channels between IP and classic MADI systems.  

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