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Orange Amplifiers, the British based manufacturer of guitar amplifiers, announced the launch of the all-in-one computer amplifier speaker – The OPC.

It is described as a fully integrated computer with internal speaker which delivers playing, recording, editing and computing capabilities to musicians and music aficionados. According to Orange, this is the first computer of its kind that you can connect yourself and your music to the digital world by plugging in your instrument.

  • Built-in high powered speaker designed to deliver full range hi-fi quality sounds as well as vintage guitar sounds.
  • Universal input jack enabling users to plug in several musical instruments (guitar, keyboard etc ) and peripherals such as the iPod, MP3 players, microphones…
  • Cooling system to ensure air goes in and exits after cooling the internal computer

As a computer it has 4GB DDR2 RAM, 500GB Hard Drive, Intel chips, Windows 7 × 64 home premium, 8 x USB2.0 ports, is Wi-Fi enabled and has a graphics card with optional ATI 5670 512MB card for those who may want to play a few games while they put their guitars down.

The first models will include modelling software incorporating computer samples of vintage and current Orange amps and cabinets as well as free branded recording software package. Once plugged in, you can then use the software included to create music or choose your guitar sound and then play, record and hear your guitar through the computer.

The OPC takes many of its design cues from Orange’s brightly coloured Orange Amplifiers and picture-frame cabinets.

Pricing & Availability
The OPC is due to be released in June 2010 and the price will be announced shortly.

For further information see www.orangeamps.com.
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