Symetrix returns to Prolight + Sound with a selection of its most popular products for the commercial installation industry, and a new software release...
Symetrix, the leading developer of innovative DSP solutions, has announced that it will return to Prolight + Sound (12-15th March, Frankfurt Messe) for 2014, co-exhibiting on the stand of German distributor TRIUS with a selection of its most popular solutions for installed applications and an upgraded version of SymNet Composer.
The new software, Composer 2.0, will be available for demonstration by Mark Ullrich (International Sales Manager) and Craig Richardson (Vice-President of Global Sales) on stand 8-C40, complete with additions necessary to enable interoperability between Symetrix DSPs, network amplifiers and Dante interface products from two other manufacturers. The partnership, announced at ISE 2014 in Amsterdam, enables select Dante-enabled products from the three manufacturers to be programmed through a single software platform. Composer is also fully-integrated with SymQ, the DSP manufacturer's online design and price quotation calculator.
Visitors to Hall 8.0, Stand C40 will also have the opportunity to examine the SymNet range of open-architecture processors, including Edge, Radius 12x8 and award-winning Radius AEC, fixed-architecture Jupiter, ruggedised Zone Mix 761 and the broadcast-specific Voice Processor 2x, a popular heritage product in the German market.
"As in previous years, Symetrix is delighted to be co-exhibiting on the stand of our German distributor, TRIUS. One of the key appearances on our stand will be the latest version of SymNet Composer - a product which truly supports our vision to deliver a simple, user-intuitive experience for integrators, with the flexibility needed to suit any application", commented Brooke Macomber, Director of Marketing at Symetrix.
Visit Symetrix at Frankfurt's Prolight + Sound 2014 show: Hall 8, Stand C40.
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