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Orban Optimod 1550
Multi-stream audio processor and codec
The 1550 provides integrated audio processing and network streaming in a 2RU chassis. It introduces a new generation of Optimod processing that incorporates improvements to almost every processing subsystem. It is the first Orban processor for non-preemphasized audio channels that incorporates Orban's exclusive MX peak limiter technology, first introduced with Optimod-FM 8600. Benefits compared to previous Optimod technology are significantly increased clarity and transient punch (particularly at higher loudness levels), thanks to a built-in psychoacoustic model.
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