Symetrix adds to line of Dante-enabled DSPs

Symetrix Prism 0x0 on computer screen

Symetrix has expanded its Prism series of Dante-enabled DSPs with the introduction of Prism 0x0.

Prism 0x0 offers expansion via 64 channels of bidirectional Dante networking. Suited for applications requiring processing, mixing, and routing for Dante-enabled endpoints, the 0x0 can be used as the DSP core of a Dante network or as a DSP co-processor.

Prism 0x0 has the same processing power and delay memory at other Prism DSPs  (and to Symetrix Radius and Edge products), but has no analog inputs or outputs and no external control inputs or logic outputs. Prism 0x0 allows operators to add customisable DSP capacity to existing Dante-enabled systems.

Housed in a half-rack x1U rack-mount chassis, Prism 0x0 includes several mounting options and convenient power over Ethernet (PoE+).

Prism 0x0 can be customised, connected, and configured using Windows-based CAD program Symetrix Composer and controlled from Symetrix ARC wall panels, ARC-WEB browser-based interface, and from third-party touchscreens.

An embedded web server enables remote audio metering and diagnostics of the Prism 0x0 hardware. Prism 0x0 features an OLED display, as well as Dante and Ethernet ports.