Symetrix - SymNet xIn 12

The cost effective SymNet xIn 12 increases a system’s analog input channel capacity resulting in a reduction in overall price per channel. Designed exclusively for use with SymNet Edge and Radius DSP units, each of the twelve analog inputs’ parameters (5 gain levels, trim, mute, phantom power), along with bus assignments, are configured using SymNet Composer open architecture software. xIn 12 set up is logical and fast with no requirement to use third party software; there are no mechanical switches or circuit board jumpers to set.

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.

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 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.