For 40 years, Logitek has been a broadcasting innovator. We’ve come a long way since making analog consoles, audio meters, phono preamps, and such in the 70s and 80s.
In the 1990s, Logitek was the first North American company to make a router based digital audio console as well as the first PC virtual console. We began networking consoles together with fiber optics in the early 2000s and shifted to Audio over IP as that technology matured.
In 2017, Logitek introduced the award-winning line of Helix touchscreen networked audio consoles for radio and television.
2018 saw the introduction of JetLink, using the Opus codec to help radio stations do better remotes. Offered initially as software, JetLink will be incorporated into more Logitek products in the future.
Logitek celebrated 40 years of innovation at the 2019 NAB Show by introducing the mixIT console with JET67 Audio Engine for radio. This console system offers analog, digital, and AES-67 networked audio for $5800 complete. Also at the show Logitek introduced the NET-67 card, adding AES-67 and Dante networked audio to the JetStream Plus.