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What is DSP and how does to apply to Composer-based hardware?
Advanced Digital Signal Processing is at the core of our Composer-based hardware. Our solutions simply design and deliver superb fidelity, adding value for designers, integrators, and end users.
Can I talk to Composer-based DSPs using HyperTerminal?
If the unit has RS-232 control, yes. HyperTerminal can be used to simulate an external controller.
Data bits: 8
Stop bits: 1
Flow control: None
Where can I find AutoCAD files for SymNet BreakOut12?
Where can I find a Quick Start Guide on the BreakOut 12?
How many SymNet units can I connect together with SymLink?
There can be a maximum of 16 SymNet hardware units in a SymLink ring. This includes the 8×8 DSP, 8in DSP, 8out DSP, CobraLink, BreakIn12, Breakout12, and DigIO 12×12 DSP.
What is SymVue Discovery?
Where can I find an owner's manual for my Symetrix product?
All technical and operational instructions and documentation for current Symetrix products are contained within the Help menu of the Designer and/or Composer software. Simply click on the question-mark icon on the toolbar in Designer/Composer and search your topic.
Download the latest version of Designer or Composer at www.symetrix.co.
Where can I find a Data Sheet on the BreakOut 12?
How much latency is there in a SymNet SymLink system?
This question has a three part answer since the digital signal path through a SymNet system has three different major components.
Converter delay: Approximately 850 microseconds for the AD, and 624 microseconds for the DA.
One DSP core: Maximum delay through any given 8×8 DSP core is approximately 240 microseconds, though typically it will be much lower. The max delay through the DSP core of an 8in or 8out is 120 microseconds.
SymLink: Approximately 80 microseconds for an audio signal to travel, via SymLink, from the DSP core of one 8×8 to the unit immediately downstream. If there are any units in between, add an additional 80 microseconds for each SymNet DSP, 20 microseconds for each CobraLink and 20 microseconds for each BreakIn12 and BreakOut12.
In summary: The typical delay for a signal that goes into an analog input on an 8×8, and exits from an analog output on the same 8×8 is usually around 1.5 milliseconds.
Where can I find the External Control Protocol for SymNet SymLink, Express, and Solus units?
Where can I find specifications or a Data Sheet for the CobraNet and SymLink SymNet line?
A Full Line SymNet Product Catalog complete with specifications can be found below. Additional installation information and/or specifications may be found in each product’s Quick Start Guide (if applicable).
How do I control SymNet over the Internet?
In SymNet Designer 9.1 and later it is possible to control multiple IP equipped SymNet units over the Internet (wide area network, or WAN). Multiple devices can be accessed from a single external IP address. This is accomplished by using unique port numbers for each device.
To configure WAN communication for your system open the Help files contained within the SymNet Designer software and perform a search for “WAN” or see the chapter entitled “Menu Bar – File – Preferences.”
Can you acccess multiple SymNet units over the Internet?
What is the maximum voltage recommended for the analog control inputs on a SymNet device?
The input stage of an analog control input of a SymNet device will clamp on an input exceeding +5.5V. Anything above +5.5V will draw excessive current (the amount depending on the output resistance of the device supplying the current) and could possibly damage the input stage. Keep analog control input current to below +5.5V.