Bold Engineering 2013 Winner: Symetrix Radius AEC DSPUnique, dedicated AEC—its dedicated position means it doesn’t chew up processing power. 12/26/2013 6:12 AM Eastern
Bold Engineering 2013 Winner: Symetrix Radius AEC DSP
Dec 26, 2013 11:12 AM
Shipped: April 2013
Unique, dedicated AEC—its dedicated position means it doesn’t chew up processing power. It’s routable—you don’t need to process the mic plugged into a specific AEC input (you may use remote mics from another box or Dante source—without losing your local input; its direct signal is still available for other sources). Each channel of AEC has its own reference input, accommodating any combination of sub mixing, mix-minus, and other complex scenarios. Latency is 11 milliseconds when active; noise cancellation, high pass filtering, and AGC are all included on the AEC inputs. One of the few two-line ATI cards in the industry. Extensive I/O for the price point. Comes with free end-user control from ARC-WEB and is also compatible with standard third-party control solutions. Specifically designed and priced for conference and boardroom vertical.