Orban Optimod-FM 5700
The 5700 provides stereo enhancement, equalization, AGC, multiband compression, low-IM peak limiting, stereo encoding and composite limiting - everything needed to compete in any market. The front-panel display includes a 2x40-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 adjusting the processor. Navigation is by dedicated buttons, soft buttons (whose functions are context-sensitive), and a large rotary knob. Ethernet connectivity is standard, as is an easy to use PC remote control application that runs on Windows XP and higher and that can control many 5700 units on a TCP/IP network.
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