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  • CompComp

    Excellent processor

    Orban 2200DPublished on 08/14/12 at 04:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Controller gain broadband HF enhancer, bass EQ, gated compressor / limiter two bands, clipper and stereo encoder.
    While the XLR analog or digital.
    Reduced size of one unit high.

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple to implement.
    The factory presets are very good.
    It is very easy to modify to get the your desired sound.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Nothing to say! Its level is either soft or does it grow to a serious two bands.
    It is more powerful than the last 2300 which sounds more metallic.
    Not that 2200 is a very good deal. It is able to stick the needles you of your VU's at zero without going over.
    As a treatment for a small radio, or finalizer for a big station that uses a pre-…
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    Controller gain broadband HF enhancer, bass EQ, gated compressor / limiter two bands, clipper and stereo encoder.
    While the XLR analog or digital.
    Reduced size of one unit high.

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple to implement.
    The factory presets are very good.
    It is very easy to modify to get the your desired sound.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Nothing to say! Its level is either soft or does it grow to a serious two bands.
    It is more powerful than the last 2300 which sounds more metallic.
    Not that 2200 is a very good deal. It is able to stick the needles you of your VU's at zero without going over.
    As a treatment for a small radio, or finalizer for a big station that uses a pre-treatment 6200/6300/5500/8300 or other, it is very good.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It is much more powerful than the old analog model 8100A.
    I just wish I could not name the presets that you realize.
    Otherwise, it's perfect!
    Orban sound more like we did!
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