IBC SNEAK PEEK: Orban Upgrades Optimod FM 8700i

Features Xponential Loudness to reveal detail and reduce distortion
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Orban’s Optimod FM 8700i offers five-band and two-band processing for both analog FM transmission and digital media.

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The company says the unit, which features Xponential Loudness to reveal detail and reduce distortion, allows users to create “a sonic signature for one’s station.”

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Orban adds that the built-in streaming server lets users monitor the 8700i-processed FM and HD audio wherever there is a LAN or internet connection using free OPUS and MP3 codecs, while the “Multipath Mitigator” phase corrector reduces multipath distortion without compromising stereo separation.

The processor also features Dante dual-redundant AoIP with AES67 support, a subharmonic synthesizer, as well as dual redundant power supplies and safety bypass relays to ensure 24/7 operation.

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Info: www.orban.com 

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