Orange Amplification is excited to announce the launch of its new website. Starting from scratch, it is packed with a wealth of new information and user-friendly ideas laid out in a clear and concise format.
This fresh Orange Amplification website is bigger and better than ever. It comes with improved navigation and a whole host of new features, sections and content, which includes faster loading times and complete compatibility with iPad and other mobile devices. Product searches are now simpler and provide more comprehensive information. There’s a new photo library featuring every Orange Amplification product with slide shows showing the products from all angles, including close-up images and video demonstrations.
Other new features include: -
A new and improved Artists area with new artist pictures and quotes by endorsees about why they choose Orange Amplification.
The new configurator for the Orange OPC, which allows you to customise it for your own needs. Note: The US version of the configurator is coming soon.
A new Heritage area where you can find out about discontinued amplifiers and legacy products including how Orange Amplification created the world’s first digital amplifier – ‘The OMEC Digital’.
A new worldwide store that makes ordering spares for your amp quick and easy without requiring registration, which accepts credit/debit cards as well as Paypal.
As if that wasn’t enough, there are up-to-the-minute news stories, including live videos from events such as NAMM plus the latest artist news. Oh – and there won’t be any third party advertising – anywhere.
Take a look at the new website at http://www.orangeamps.com
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