Symetrix Upgrades SymNet Express Cobra

Symetrix has announced an upgrade for its SymNet Express Cobra series of Audio DSP. Beginning in the third quarter of 2005 all Express Cobra models will be equipped with the new CS181022 chip from Cirrus Logic, increasing their capability to 16x16 CobraNet audio channels from the existing 8x8.
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SymNet Audio Matrix 8x8 DSP

Symetrix has announced an upgrade for its SymNet Express Cobra series of Audio DSP. Beginning in the third quarter of 2005 all Express Cobra models will be equipped with the new CS181022 chip from Cirrus Logic, increasing their capability to 16x16 CobraNet audio channels from the existing 8x8. The pricing of the upgraded models will not change.

There are four SymNet Express Cobra models differentiated by their Analog I/O configuration. They are the Express 12x4 Cobra, Express 4x12 Cobra, Express 8x8 Cobra, and Express 4x4 Cobra. Each device will now include a 16x16 CobraNet license with the hardware.

The entire SymNet Express series, four Cobra and three non-Cobra, represents the latest generation of hardware developments for the SymNet Audio Matrix platform. All devices use SHARC DSPs from Analog Devices, are addressable over IP, have software-selectable line or mic-level inputs, and are compatible with SymNet Designer software for Windows.

Visit www.symetrixaudio.com for more information.