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NAMM 2011 VIDEO: Orange Demonstrate the OPC Music Computer
Announced in April 2010, the OPC Music Computer drew a lot of attention at NAMM 2011 - Gear4music.com got an exclusive demo of the new machine.
The project has been several years in the making and as a pioneering force in guitar amplifiers, they have used their expertise in sound technology, engineering and electronics to build a new generation of computers that incorporate the best of both worlds.
On board is the latest computer technology alongside integrated tools for the modern musician and music lovers.
The revolutionary all-in-one computer amplifier speaker ? the OPC is 100% designed and built in the UK.
It is a fully integrated computer with internal speaker which delivers playing, recording, editing and computing capabilities to musicians and music aficionados.
This is the first computer of its kind that you can connect yourself and your music to the digital world simply by plugging in your instrument.
The OPC will be leading the way with a number of 'Firsts':
The first computer of its kind to have a built-in high powered speaker which delivers superb full range hi-fi quality sounds as well as vintage guitar sounds.
The first computer to have a universal input jack enabling users to plug in a multitude of musical instruments (guitar, keyboard etc ) and peripherals such as the iPod, MP3 players, microphone's.
A unique cooling system to ensure air goes in and exits only after cooling the internal computer.Posted on 18 Jan 2011 12:29 to category : Instruments News
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