Working at a FEC that needs a reboot of an audio system, the facility is 3 separate buildings (all connected) with different speakers in each building, each building already has its own amps/mixers to allow localized music, mic, etc in each area. We have a centralized space(network closet) where we would like to broadcast music, & input from a phone paging system, as well as a night bell out to the other areas as an input on each areas mixer. We also need to be able to select which of those 3 global sources play in each area at a given time. Ex) one area will never receive the global audio as this area almost always plays local audio (roller rink), and other areas depending on events we may want paging to go through, but not music. There are about 7 different areas or "zones". Not sure what equipment would be best to do this, any advice appreciated
We will not under any circumstances install a crestron based control system... or any closed system where only factory technicians can make changes.
So when I look at various DSPs and transport systems for our in house projects, I am constantly frustrated that the processors with the features I want don't have the control interfaces I want. We will not under any circumstances install a crestron based control system... or any closed system where only factory technicians can make changes.
From the client's perspective it's no more closed than your own company's programming of a DSP or whatever wall controls you provide.
$200/hr for a simple control panel change. $1400 to replace a DM-TX-400 wall plate.But that's the price one pays for a closed, proprietary system.The novelty wears off fast.
They do a good job of protecting their channel partners.
Yup. No way for end-user to upgrade firmware, download configuration software etc. Nothing is serviceable. You just replace.
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