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OPC Computer Amplifier Speaker by Orange Amplifiers gets priced and detailed


We featured this some time back when details were scarce, but now Orange Amplifiers has announced the details of its retro-styled OPC computer/amplifier.

Available from August 2010, this bizarre hybrid has been designed to deliver playing, recording, editing and computing capabilities to musicians and music aficionados, with a 24 Bit audio interface with both guitar and microphone inputs and over £700 of digital recording music software to help you along the way. Audio is via a 15 watt RMS per channel stereo amplifier and 2x JBL 6.5” 55 Watt RMS dual concentric speakers, both mounted into an optimised cabinet for 'enhanced cooling and acoustics'. Oh yes – there's the computer part too.


That computer runs Windows 7 and with an Intel Pentium E5400 processor, NVIDIA GeForce 9300 integrated graphics (overclocked GPU), 4GB of memory, all the device connectivity you'll need (HDMI, USB and jack sockets) plus a slot loading DVD±RW DL drive and Wi-Fi for getting online.

All of that can be yours for £1,199 direct from Orange.

Orange Amplifiers website