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SymNet 8×8 DSP

The SymNet 8x8 DSP is the original model in the SymLink series of network audio processors. It is the hardware platform used to execute system designs created in SymNet Designer software. Up to sixteen 8x8 DSPs, or other SymLink hardware models, can be networked together in a ring topology via the low latency, 64-channel SymLink Bus to provide high channel-count processing systems for use in convention centers, arenas, university and corporate campuses, large houses of worship, theaters, hotels, and casinos.

Powered by four Analog Devices SHARC® processors, the 8x8 DSP delivers pristine audio through eight (8) mic/line-selectable analog inputs (with independent 48 VDC phantom power per channel) and eight (8) line-level analog outputs. Coupled with a comprehensive external control connectivity scheme, this unit is a very powerful tool for the modern system designer or integrator made evident by the number of audio professionals around the globe who bet their reputations on SymNet 8x8 DSP hardware every day.

The power and flexibility offered by the SymLink Bus cannot be overlooked. The sharing of digital audio and control at an average latency of 80 microseconds between hardware units opens vistas in applications and system capabilities not offered by other systems. 64 configurable digital audio bus channels can be used and reused across multiple units in a ring to far exceed 64 channels of system I/O.

External control options are plentiful. The 8x8 DSP supports RS-232 control systems, the complete line of ARC Wall Panels, other RS-485 control devices, a full compliment of analog control inputs, and an assortment of binary and relay outputs. The rear panel RS-232 port can issue text string commands to compatible third-party devices such as projectors, negating the need for additional external control hardware in some cases.

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The SymNet 8×8 DSP is the original model in the SymLink series
of network audio processors.

It
is the hardware platform used to execute system designs
created in
SymNet Designer software. Up to sixteen 8×8 DSPs, or
other SymLink
hardware models, can be networked together in a ring
topology via the
low latency, 64-channel SymLink Bus to provide
high channel-count
processing systems for use in convention
centers, arenas, university and
corporate campuses, large houses of
worship, theaters, hotels, and
casinos.

Powered by four Analog Devices SHARC® processors, the 8×8 DSP
delivers pristine audio through eight (8) mic/line-selectable analog
inputs (with independent 48 VDC phantom power per channel) and eight
(8)
line-level analog outputs. Coupled with a comprehensive external
control connectivity scheme, this unit is a very powerful tool for the
modern system designer or integrator made evident by the number of
audio
professionals around the globe who bet their reputations on
SymNet 8×8
DSP hardware every day.

The power and flexibility offered by the
SymLink Bus cannot be
overlooked. The sharing of digital audio and
control at an average
latency of 80 microseconds between hardware units
opens vistas in
applications and system capabilities not offered by
other systems. 64
configurable digital audio bus channels can be used
and reused across
multiple units in a ring to far exceed 64 channels of
system I/O.

External control options are plentiful. The 8×8 DSP
supports RS-232
control systems, the complete line of ARC Wall Panels,
other RS-485
control devices, a full compliment of analog control
inputs, and an
assortment of binary and relay outputs. The rear panel
RS-232 port
can issue text string commands to compatible third-party
devices such
as projectors, negating the need for additional external
control
hardware in some cases.