4 November 2016


Symetrix’s Prism 0x0 is the latest in the company’s Prism series of Dante-enabled DSPs. Offering expansion via 64 channels of bidirectional Dante networking, the new Prism 0x0 delivers cost-effective processing, mixing, and routing for Dante-enabled endpoints as either the DSP core of a Dante network, or as a DSP co-processor. With respect to processing power and delay memory, the Prism 0x0 is identical to the other Prism DSPs. It has no analogue inputs or outputs and no external control inputs or logic outputs. Housed in a half-rack chassis, Prism 0x0 includes flexible mounting options and power over Ethernet.

“The Prism 0x0 has many applications,” notes Symetrix Senior Product Manager, Trent Wagner. “For example, a lot of digital consoles have Dante but don’t offer feedback elimination, auto-mixing, and FIR filters for processing loudspeakers. Simply insert the Prism 0x0 between the remote stage-input boxes and the console, if Dante-enabled, or use the Prism 0x0 as an insert or bus processor. For outputs, relay the signals through the Prism 0x0, if the amps are Dante-enabled, or insert it on the console’s buses.”

Wagner also notes that in a multi-room meeting or conferencing facility that is all Dante based, you can save money by centralising and sharing certain resources. A Prism 0x0 in each room handles the local Dante mic and speaker processing, while Symetrix Radius and Edge DSPs in the central machine room manage the AEC, mixing, and mic routing and assign resources such as telco lines.

“The Prism 0x0 is also a great solution in a larger system where you just need to add some extra processing or signal aggregation,” adds Wagner. “Choose it if you need loudspeaker processing for a bank of amps at the scoreboard and Jumbotron in a sports stadium or if you need to aggregate a bunch of wall panel I/O boxes in a convention centre in order to reduce the number of network home runs.”

Like other Prism-series DSPs, Prism 0x0 can be customised, connected, and configured using Symetrix Composer, a Windows-based CAD program. Prism 0x0 can be controlled from Symetrix ARC wall panels, ARC-WEB browser-based interface, and from third-party touchscreens. An embedded Web server enables remote audio metering and diagnostics of the Prism 0x0 hardware. Prism 0x0 features an easy-to-read OLED display, as well as ARC, Dante, and Ethernet ports.

More Info:
Symetrix: www.symetrix.co
Australian Distributor: www.pavt.com.au


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