Symetrix - SymNet EDGE

SymNet Edge is a powerful, configurable, DSP frame with four 4-channel I/O slots. An array of I/O card options including analog, digital, and AEC tailor the system to specific project requirements. On-board 10/100 and gigabit switches lower system cost and reduce complexity with less hardware and fewer potential points of failure. Multiple user control options include zero cost ARC-WEB browser based interface, low cost Symetrix ARC wall panels ,easy to implement SymNet SymVue GUI, and programmable third-party touch screens.

Case Studies

Benaroya Hall is a purpose-built home for the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, but it also hosts lectures, jazz concerts, rock gigs and guest orchestras. The Hall's recently re-drawn DSP infrastructure now facilitates an advanced networking solution: a hybrid Dante-CobraNet installation, sharing the common platform of Symetrix’s SymNet scalable audio routing and processing system.

The Singapore Sports Hub was completed in 2014, replacing Singapore's National Stadium in Kallang. Alongside the flagship 55,000-capacity National Stadium, the 35-hectare Sports Hub complex also includes a 6,000-capacity Aquatics Centre and 3,000-capacity Sports Arena, among other facilities. As such a large and diverse facility, the question of how to design its AV systems was answered with Dante networking.

The University of Sydney breaks new ground with targeted, low-latency audio distribution in the Charles Perkins Centre's "X-lab," a 40x20 meter space that seats up to 240 students across eight distinct classes. Designated as a “wet lab”, the facility provides students of scientific and medical courses a state-of-the-art research laboratory for teaching pharmacology, physiology, immunology, pharmacy, microbiology, veterinary science, and pathology.

The privately-funded Fred W. Smith National Library is a 45,000-square foot, three-story building that houses thousands of books, newspapers, maps, photographs, microfilms, periodicals and electronic resources that pertain to the life of George Washington. In addition to a small production studio and video displays in the main Reception Hall, the large Leadership Hall room acts as a lively space for lectures from visiting authors and scholars.

The Katy Independent School District is an award-winning public school system based in Katy, Texas that enrolls over 60,000 students.  It makes heavy use of audio and video display capabilities to augment its live and pre-recorded school presentations. The district, which serves 181 square miles in parts of Harris County, Fort Bend County and Waller County, undertook a $700,000 audio and video systems conversion project beginning in May 2013.

Trinity Episcopal School began as the dream of Austin educator Jane Hill and a small group of parents, who were looking for an Episcopal academic program in a diverse and nurturing environment. The school's exponential growth since 1999 has spurred a succession of construction projects. One of the most recent projects was a new 750-seat multipurpose chapel, and designing a state-of-the-art audio/visual system for it became a challenging project in itself.