Logitek Posts Sale of First Jetstream IP-Based System
Houston, TX - Nov 17, 2008 - Logitek Electronic Systems has slated the sale of the first Jetstream IP-based console system. KFCF Radio, Fresno Free College Foundation, a Pacifica affiliate station based in Fresno, CA, ordered a Jetstream Mini router and a Remora control surface.
The Jetstream Mini is an IP-based audio router that provides full functionality for up to 24 faders in a single or multiple console configuration in a single 2RU enclosure. The Jetstream Mini is a configurable node that offers 64 channels of IP audio through five types of I/O cards offering mic preamps, analog inputs, analog outputs, digital inputs and digital outputs. The unit also provides GPI inputs and outputs, profanity delays, input metering and microphone processing. It can automatically detect other Jetstream units on a network, acquiring all necessary addresses and creating a list of sources offered by other units without the need for complex tables.
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