The new Orban Optimod-FM 5700, to be on display at IBC2014 in Amsterdam in September, provides stereo enhancement, equalization, AGC, multiband compression, low-IM peak limiting, stereo encoding and composite limiting.
The front-panel display includes a 2×40-character LCD and LED bar graphs that show all metering functions of the processing structure (two-band or five-band) in use. The metering is always visible while the user adjusts the processor, and navigation takes place by means of dedicated soft buttons (whose functions are context-sensitive) and a large rotary knob.
Ethernet connectivity is standard, as is a PC remote control application that runs on Windows XP and higher and that can control many 5700 units on a TCP/IP network. Additionally, programmable contact-closure (GPI) control plus ACSII terminal control via the 5700’s RS-232 serial and Ethernet ports together give users freedom to interface the 5700 with a facility’s remote control infrastructure, says the firm. SNMP support offers yet another way to control and monitor the 5700’s operation.
IBC Stand: Stand 8.D93