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Merging adds ST2022-7 compliance

Merging adds ST2022-7 compliance
Anubis SPS

Merging adds ST2022-7 compliance

With the 2019 launch of Merging+Anubis, Merging Technologies had created an AD/DA converter that was ST2110-compliant and enabled the monitoring of large numbers of AES67 audio streams. However, one request followed: was it possible to make Anubis ST2022-7 compliant? The response from the Merging engineering team is the Merging+Anubis SPS.

Discussions with broadcasters also revealed that discovery and control of IP sources is a major challenge and although Anubis, when controlled via Aneman, is capable of handling large numbers of Ravenna/AES67 audio streams, the overall network management compliance needed to be addressed. Anubis SPS also adds NMOS IS-04 (Discovery and Registration) and IS-05 (Device Connection Management) to its list of features, which Merging believes is a major step forward in the easier integration into a complete IP infrastructure.

Merging is simultaneously launching its Merging Audio Device which, coupled with Anubis SPS, “opens remarkable possibilities”. MAD is a multi-ASIO driver (also with WDM support) that has an infrastructure option that supports ST2022-7, ST2110, NMOS and Virtual Machine control. This latter feature specifically recognises that centralised data centres and server-based installations are now the normal way to efficiently manage the global nature of the broadcast industry.

A further addition to all Anubis products is the introduction of a “comprehensive” parametric EQ with filtering on all outputs. This is another popular request and is said to enhance its role as the primary monitoring device on desktops.

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