Dante™ in Our DNA. Edge DSPs are equipped with 128 (64×64) redundant Dante channels. The Dante protocol enables ultra-reliable multi-channel audio networking over IP. Together, Symetrix and Dante provide the fastest possible way to implement, control, and maintain a system of networked DSPs and accessories – including third party Dante-enabled microphones, loudspeakers, power amps, and mixing consoles.
Total Input/Output Flexibility. Four versatile option card slots enable unique I/O configurations – aligning the hardware with exact system requirements. Optional cards support analog and AES-3 digital I/O as well as special purpose interfaces including AEC, VoIP, and analog telephone.
On-board 10/100 and Gigabit Switches. Unique to Symetrix Radius and Edge DSPs, built in switches lower system cost, reduce or eliminate the need for peripheral switches, and increase system reliability.
Unlimited Programming Flexibility. Edge is programmed using Composer – Symetrix’ award winning open-architecture CAD application. Unique to Composer is the ability to natively configure Symetrix and select third party Dante hardware – thereby eliminating the confusion of multiple or redundant software applications. Learn more about Composer here.
Control Made Easy. Multiple control options include low-cost Symetrix ARC wall panels and an easy to generate SymVue Windows virtual GUI. The human readable Composer Control Protocol supports programming of third-party touch screens and control devices.
An Embedded Web Server for Status and Even More Control. Edge’s embedded web server displays I/O levels, diagnostics data, and hosts ARC-WEB – a browser-based interface for smart phones, tablets, and computers.