Merging Insider Newsletter

Merging Insider Newsletter

Monthly news from Merging Technologies


The core of MERGING+HAPI MkII is the powerful ZMAN processor featured in MERGING+ANUBIS.  This allows for individual channel-based routing and the other important enhancements to the headphone performance and DA control. The headphone amplifier now monitors full DSD256 material with volume control from the front panel and, as with Anubis, it is now capable of driving ultra-low to very high impedance headphones.

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Webinar: HAPI MkII - What Is It And What Is New?

This webinar is aimed at people who want to know how HAPI MkII works and what is new. We will run through the variety of I/O cards and available combinations. Duration approx. 45 minutes

English: March 25th 5 PM CET (UK 4PM - NYC 12 AM noon)

French: 25 Mars 15:00 (CET, Paris 15:00)

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New AKDG8D & AKDG8DP Input Cards Are Now Available

We have started to ship the new AKDG8D and AKDG8DP AD input cards. These remotely controlled Mic/Line input cards are 3rd generation Dual Gain topology designs, taking inspiration from the outstanding Anubis Preamps, showing zero tolerance to any compromise on the audio quality.

These cards are a new benchmark in analog circuit design, and provide additionally a Line level post Mic-pre "Direct Out" output.

Available in models that work up to 192kHz (AKDG8D, Standard) and DXD/DSD256 (AKDG8DP, Premium).

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RAVENNA Solutions With Merging Technologies

Here Maurice Engler (Project Manager/Specialist) discusses Merging Technologies RAVENNA solutions.

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Feature: Vocational calling

A high school in Shanghai is providing students with state-of-the-art recording and performance spaces to equip them for a bright future.

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Merging provides the RAVENNA/AES67 solution for the new studio facility

Given a reputation for producing award winning products and with a majority of employees being keen musicians, setting up a recording facility in the new headquarters in Cambridge, MA was a serious endeavour.  To support its purpose as both a testing facility and as a not-for-profit recording and mastering studio, careful equipment choice was paramount.   That task fell to iZotope’s Chief Engineer and Education Director, Jonathan Wyner and renowned acoustician, Francis Manzella.  Critical components in the listening chain are the mic pres and the A/D and D/A converters. The final choice was Merging’s Horus Networked Converters partnered with PMC monitors, Avid S3 EUCON Controllers with an IHSE Draco Tera KVM Matrix, Dangerous Audio compressors and Grace Monitor Controllers. 

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The Merging Insider newsletter is a collection of all the goings on each month from our office, located in the Swiss countryside. Find out more about what is happening with our product development, see details on users worldwide working with our equipment and generally keep on top of all that is happening.

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