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Final Run of 8100s Include One for Museum

Final Run of 8100s Include One for Museum

Orban is donating one of the last five units of its Optimod-FM 8100 analog audio processor to the Pavek Museum of Broadcasting.
The gift is part of the company’s 30th anniversary celebration. The 8100 will be part of the collection of equipment at the museum in St. Louis Park, Minn.
The company, now owned by CRL, will give away three 8100s in drawings during The NAB Radio Show in September in San Francisco, and one via the Internet after the show.
All five units – the last to be produced – will have special front panels with the signature of founder and Optimod inventor Bob Orban.
The supplier introduced the Optimod-FM 8100 in 1980. It was on the market for 17 years; the company says it is the best-selling FM audio processor ever.
To register to win at the Radio Show, visit the Orban booth. Non-attendees can enter to win over the Internet after the show at