Symetrix Jupiter DSPs deployed at Seoul’s Amway Plaza complex

AUTHOR: Inavate

The recently constructed Amway Plaza complex in the Gangseo district of Seoul, Korea has deployed Symetrix DSPs covering multiple seminar rooms and conference spaces. The project was handled by AV distributor and integrator Sound Solution.

Lisa Lee from Sound Solution said: “The principal requirement for this project was to create; an optimal acoustical environment by high quality digital audio processing, and it was this need that led us to consider the use of DSPs from Symetrix – a brand that we have used successfully on many previous occasions for a wide variety of installation types.”

Fixed-configuration DSPs were determined to be sufficient for these relatively straightforward applications, along with simple configuration for the system inputs and outputs. In the larger seminar room, Sound Solution deployed a single Jupiter 8 app-based turnkey DSP, while the smaller Jupiter 4 model was deployed in each of the medium- and small-sized educational rooms. Across the three areas, the Symetrix DSPs handle all input mixing, graphic EQ and speaker management responsibilities with a minimum of fuss.

Lee said after completion of the project: “We have received very good feedback to the installation since work was completed. There is also a feeling of great satisfaction among the engineers working on the site because the Symetrix DSPs were so quick to program — our technicians needed only to visit the Symetrix website and download the best configuration (or ‘app’) for the venue, then load its pre-programmed settings onto the processor.”

Sound Solution also provided including Isomax headsets from Countryman Associates, DN200 DIs from Klark Teknik, M32 and Venice U16 mixers from Midas, and Ayra5 active loudspeakers from RCF.