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Orban Introduces Optimod 8685 With Penteo Surround

The Optimod 8685 makes it possible to seamlessly broadcast legacy stereo programming stereo.

Orban is introducing at NAB the new Optimod 8685 with Penteo Surround.

The Penteo stereo-to-5.1 audio process allows the 8685 to provide two-band and five-band audio processing for surround sound broadcasting and netcasting. 

Orban and Penteo now make it possible for television stations to broadcast all of their legacy stereo programming and stereo commercials in discrete 5.1 Surround. 

Penteo 5.1 is completely compatible with televisions that have stereo audio systems because these sets will reproduce the original stereo that was applied to the Penteo upmixer. 

The Orban Optimod 8685 is also intended for mastering audio in broadcast productions as well as productions intended for media such as DVD and Blu-ray.

Orban Website

Penteo Surround Website

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