Symetrix

For over thirty years, Symetrix has believed in innovation. From the first broadcast telephone interfaces to the birth of the voice processor, Symetrix maintained a perfect balance of performance, value and reliability.

Today, Symetrix is a leading provider of signal processing technology for the installed sound, broadcast, and recording markets actively developing products under four brands, each meeting the needs of a specific market segment. Have you ever watched the airport news kiosks in terminals around the world? Then you have probably heard the Innovative Signal Processing of Symetrix. Do you enjoy talk radio programming or tune into your favorite local DJ? You have probably heard AirTools, Broadcast Solutions. If you have ever attended a seminar at a convention center or enjoyed a professional sporting event, you might have heard a premium Network Audio Solution, SymNet. If you have taken in a Pat Metheny concert or listened to The Pet Sounds Sessions box set, then you have witnessed the benefits of Extreme Digital Management Tools by Lucid, top shelf clocks and converters.

 With market-responsive engineering backed by legendary customer support, Symetrix continues to offer significant value to professionals, aspirants, and end-users who count on quality handling of their audio. Sound is all around us, a part of everyday life and Symetrix provides solutions to make the most of it.

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Zone Mix 761 

The Zone Mix 761 is a cost effective DSP devoted to paging and background music control.  Paging into six zones from three microphone locations, plus emergency page, with automatic ducking and priority arbitration.

Turn-key means Symetrix did the hard work.  Plenty of inputs and outputs, the right kind of connectors, and a pre-designed GUI make for lightning fast installations.

More than enough DSP.  All twelve input and six output channels feature a full complement of processing including: dynamics, feedback elimination, ambient noise sensing, EQ, and loudspeaker management resulting in a world class audio experience.

Control made easy.  Multiple control options include zero cost ARC-WEB browser interface and low-cost Symetrix ARC wall panels. A stable, human readable protocol is used to program third-party touch screens.

Help is built in.  The software connection wizard provides fast and easy IP linking to the DSP hardware. The external control wizard guides effortless programming of multiple user control devices.

Jupiter

Jupiter packages powerful DSP into a zero learning curve, turn-key family of audio processors. Standing on the shoulders of Symetrix’ world-class open architecture DSP platforms, Jupiter upholds our commitment to pristine sound.

Three audio input/output options.  Jupiter 4 (4 in, 4 out), Jupiter 8 (8 in, 8 out), and Jupiter 12 (12 in, 4 out).

High feature to cost ratio.  Near zero programming time slashes installation costs.

Over 70 apps for turn-key design.  Categories include mixing and routing, public address / distribution, sound reinforcement, special purpose DSP. Signal routings, whether simple or complex, are fully tested and ready to go right out of the box. 

Control made easy.  Multiple control options include zero cost ARC-WEB browser interface and low-cost Symetrix ARC wall panels. A stable, human readable protocol is used to program third-party touch screens.

Incredible sounding DSP.  An abundance of DSP resources power apps that are packed with features like dynamics, EQ, FIR filters, feedback fighters, loudspeaker management, automixing, and matrixing.

Help is built in.  The software connection wizard provides fast and easy IP linking to the DSP hardware. The external control wizard guides effortless programming of multiple user control devices.

Solus NX

Designed to serve in standalone DSP applications – those not requiring Dante network audio – the Solus NX series features the same DSP power and delay memory as Symetrix’ Radius, Prism, and Edge DSPs.

Three audio input/output options.  Solus NX 4×4 (4 in, 4 out), Solus NX 8×8 (8 in, 8 out), Solus NX 16×8 (16 in, 8 out). All three models feature front panel display of system status and analog audio levels with use of single push-button to navigate menus.

Powerful, efficient DSP configured using award winning Composer CAD design software.*  Route, process, and control audio in nearly unlimited ways serving countless applications. Eliminating the need for multiple software applications, all Symetrix open-architecture DSPs are programmed using Composer. 

Multiple end user control options.  Solus NX DSPs can be controlled from Symetrix ARC wall panels including the universal mount ARC-3, the virtual ARC-WEB, Symvue – a custom Windows® runtime control interface, third-party Ethernet equipped touch panels, or a combination of any or all of the above.

An embedded web server displays analogue I/O levels, diagnostics, and hosts the ARC-WEB control interface. The server is accessible from any networked smart phone, tablet, or computer by simply entering into the browser’s address field Solus NX’ local LAN or publicly accessible IP address, or its fully qualified domain name.