Symetrix now Shipping The Deuce 722


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Mountlake Terrace, WA - Jul 9, 2007 - Symetrix is now shipping the Deuce 722, the second product in the Integrator Series. Built on the Symetrix 322 DSP engine and the 9022 before it, the Deuce 722 provides 2x2 DSP functions for a variety of applications.

The Deuce 722 can be configured to provide compression, split-band compression, downward expansion, gating, de-essing, AGC, ambient noise compensation, feedback elimination, equalization, mixing, stereo width and balance, delay and other functions in a 1RU package. It features two inputs and two outputs with a mic preamp and phantom power. A Windows software program is used to initiate settings on the unit.



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