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Symetrix bridges the network

Symetrix bridges the network

Symetrix bridges the network

Symetrix releases the xIO Bluetooth

The xIO Bluetooth has been launched by Symetrix as the first single-gang, Dante-enabled Bluetooth endpoint. Available in both US and EU form factors, the sleekly designed endpoint adopts a Bluetooth 5.0 chipset and offers both an extended range with a stable connection. IP control and PoE simplify installation with a single cable connection from the xIO Bluetooth to a PoE-enabled network switch. The xIO Bluetooth may be configured to allow media-only connectivity, phone bridge connectivity or both. All aspects of xIO Bluetooth can be controlled via Symetrix remotes, SymVue panels or third-party control systems. As a fully integrated member of the Symetrix xIO family of Dante endpoints that promote full device control and configuration, Dante routing can be managed within the Symetrix Composer software. All aspects of the xIO Bluetooth are fully configurable, including the Bluetooth-friendly device name, Dante channel names, connect/reconnect functionality and security.

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