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With offices in the United States and Germany, Orban Labs provides solutions in audio processing for AM, FM, DAB+, HD Radio, TV and internet broadcasting. The company announced that it is reorganizing sales of its PCn1600 audio processing software, making it available to all Orban dealers to sell.
The exclusive license that Modulation Index and StreamS had for several years to sell PCn1600 processing has ended.
“All Orban dealers worldwide can now add our PCn1600 to their Orban product portfolio,” said David Day, president of Orban. “PCn1600 users have enjoyed the clarity and intelligibility that only Orban can provide, and we want them to continue offering this high quality to their listeners. We will also honor the outstanding balance of any Modulation Index and StreamS support contract free of charge,” said Day.
Founder Bob Orban developed PCn1600 to bring the company’s audio processing technology to audio streaming operating natively on Windows PC platforms, explained the company. Variants have been in its XPN-AM processor and in the Linux-based Ross RSAP.