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| SymNet Express 12x4 Cobra
Symetrix is adding the Express Series of DSP devices to the SymNet family. Available in two different versions, Express hardware will target stand-alone applications with three new models, and CobraNet-capable applications with four more.
Standard Express hardware is intended for use in stand-alone applications where a single DSP will suffice. Models include a 12x4 for multiple microphones or sources, a 4x12 for paging or speaker processing, and an 8x8 for more complex input and output routing.All Express Cobra models include an eight-channel CobraNet license, and are otherwise identical to the standard Express hardware. Express Cobra provides interconnectivity with compatible hardware from Symetrix, and other vendors. I/O configurations in the Express Cobra series include 12x4, 4x12, 8x8, and 4x4.
Each Express unit is individually-addressable over ethernet. The onboard SHARC processors support the same set of functions and processes as found on the SymNet Audio Matrix Series.
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