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Orban 8700i

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Price $14,268,100

OPTIMOD-FM 8700 is the flagship processor of Orban. With versatile five-band and two-band processing for both analog FM transmission and digital media, the 8700 offers a more consistent sound from the industry, track to track and source-to-source. This consistency allows you to create a sound signature for your station with the assurance that your signature will be blocked by, unique mark to your sound.

Solidyne AUDIMAX362HD

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Price $1,450,000

The AudiMax 362 HD includes the operation mode in HD (High Definition), without pre-emphasis, which allows it to be used for streaming and in recording studios or Production.
It handles 3 audio inputs, including the new RJ45 connection technology.
Get crisper bass and higher sound impact
It has two independent MPX outputs for FM transmitters (main and emergency transmitter)
Option of digital inputs and outputs via USB.

Solidyne 542 APC

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Price $2,963,100
The 542 is a powerful computer to process audio that operates based on software. This FM processor can also operate on HD Radio, TV or streaming. It can work with the number of bands that you require. It also includes its own RDS / RBDS encoder.

Orban 8600Si

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Price $9,460,500
The 8600 audio processor provides stereo enhancement, EQ, AGC, multi-band compression, low IM peak limiting, stereo encoding, and composite limiting - all that even the most competitive top station on the market needs to excel on the dial.

Orban 5500

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Price $4,165,000
OPTIMOD 5500i puts competitive OPTIMOD five and two-band audio processing in a single rack unit and brings it to you at the most affordable price.
Quality sound is what the 5500i is all about: sound that draws audiences by providing a professional, elegant presentation, regardless of format and source material.

Orban 5518

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Price $3,796,100
OPTIMOD 5518 is an excellent standalone stereo encoder that combines forecast clipping and band limiting techniques with a latency of just 2ms and a full overshoot limit and extremely tight peak control in both the left baseband domain and Right and compound, to control STL-induced overshoots while minimizing artifacts.