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Eventide Orville Analog Processors (HW)
Old 8th September 2005
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Eventide Orville

Hi,
How much would you expect to pay for a used Orville, these days?
Same question for a used DSP7000?
Old 8th September 2005
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I can't comment on price, but my guess is that Orville hold up fairly well
because of the H8000 upgrade option.

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Old 8th September 2005
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I called Eventide yesterday.... Four years ago I was demoing one and chose not to get it. Now, I am shopping for a new Eventide box. I went to their website and saw no mention of the Orville.... I called to ask why? How can they make a product, hype it that much, charge that much, and have no mention of it 3 years later on their site? Kind of weak IMO. But regardless, the Orville is awesome, and you can probably save some dough.
Old 8th September 2005
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Quote:
Originally Posted by 84K
I called Eventide yesterday.... Four years ago I was demoing one and chose not to get it. Now, I am shopping for a new Eventide box. I went to their website and saw no mention of the Orville.... I called to ask why? How can they make a product, hype it that much, charge that much, and have no mention of it 3 years later on their site? Kind of weak IMO. But regardless, the Orville is awesome, and you can probably save some dough.
Probably no mention because they released the H8000. Then they released the H8000A which has extra analog I/O. The Orville had the same amount of analog I/O and much less processing power.

Prices- I watch the Eventide used market out of curiousity. These are the average prices I seem to see everywhere:

DSP7000 - $3500
Orville - $4000
H8000 - $4600

They're kinda rare used.
Old 8th September 2005
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Originally Posted by faeflora
Probably no mention because they released the H8000. Then they released the H8000A which has extra analog I/O. The Orville had the same amount of analog I/O and much less processing power.

Prices- I watch the Eventide used market out of curiousity. These are the average prices I seem to see everywhere:

DSP7000 - $3500
Orville - $4000
H8000 - $4600

They're kinda rare used.

They go as low as $3200 on ebay.

Eclipse can be had for $1300.

Its a wonderful world.

Old 8th September 2005
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7500/Orville/8000 has a killer whammy algo; haven't heard of any better thumbsup

Can't believe I sold my orville...........
and 4000 for that matter



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Old 9th September 2005
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Can't believe I sold my orville...........
and 4000 for that matter
why did you do such a thing!?
Old 9th September 2005
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why did you do such a thing!?
Money, my friend
money.....

It looks like downscaling, but I'm actually in the market for a H3000.
Something about those boxes.
But if I get the chance/budget, I will buy another Orville/8000.
I love Eventide hardware!


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Old 9th September 2005
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Originally Posted by Ruudman
I love Eventide hardware!

AMEN thumbsup
Old 19th September 2005
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$3500 for a DSP7000 seems a bit high when they can be had for $3495 from Sweetwater. And they have never been the cheapest.
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