Symetrix - SymNet Radius 12x8

SymNet Radius 12x8, 12 mic/line input, 8 analog line output hardware, is a universal building block with the DSP capacity to power a world of complex commercial audio applications. 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

As a four-year public university offering 64 degree programs to more than 5,500 students, Governors State University (GSU), in University Park, IL, has an intensive video mission that encompasses producing thousands of hours of video for media programs and video libraries on behalf of such high-profile publishers as the American Psychological Association. 

The Wisconsin Center in downtown Milwaukee covers nearly 190,000 square feet of exhibit space, plus an adjoining 37,500 square foot ballroom. Host to all types of events, from high-profile auto and trade shows to corporate meetings and weddings, the Wisconsin Center has taken pride in providing the latest in teleconferencing, digital signage, data transmission, and audio/visual technology. To stay up to date, the Wisconsin Center decided to upgrade the professional audio capabilities that it had relied on since it opened. The biggest challenge was time: with virtually constant corporate events, trade shows, conventions and special occasions, closing its doors for any period of time isn’t something the Wisconsin Center can do without hurting the bottom line.

Since opening its doors for the first time in 2011, the Chill Skybar has become one of the most popular leisure destinations in Vietnam’s largest city. But a persistent issue with noise spillage meant that its audio specification was ultimately deemed to be inadequate – hence the decision to enlist locally-based AV firm DesignLive Technologies to undertake an upgrade.

The bar for the recent audio processing installation at Marriott’s prestigious Edition Hotel, located in the heart of New York City’s Flatiron district, was undoubtedly set relatively high. Not only did it need to cater to regular DJ sets, it had to accommodate a variety of background music and announcement applications – all with flawless reliability and consistent sound quality.

The importance of the Philippines to the global financial industries requires little introduction at this point – nor the corresponding need for superlative hotel and conferencing facilities. Located in the heart of Manila’s economic district, the New World Makati Hotel is acutely aware of the need to maintain a high-level technical spec, in which context it recently instigated an upgrade project to guarantee fast and flexible audio distribution to multiple areas of the hotel.

The Manchester Grand Hyatt is Southern California’s largest hotel. The quality and quantity of the Manchester Grand Hyatt’s fabulous accommodations paired with Southern California’s famously clement weather guarantees that its 125,000 square feet of flexible ballrooms and breakout rooms (40+) remain booked without pause. However, that tight schedule, while a blessing in every other respect, became the principle challenge in an extensive renovation of the hotel’s AV system.

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.