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Three Industry Suppliers Form Triple Helix Technologies

MaxxKonnect, Angry Audio and Logitek become one company

Three familiar names in the radio broadcast supply industry are merging. MaxxKonnect, Angry Audio and Logitek have combined to form Triple Helix Technologies.

MaxxKonnect, Angry Audio and Logitek become wholly owned subsidiaries under the new company, with the official headquarters listed as Pelham, Ala.

Josh Bohn

Josh Bohn of MaxxKonnect becomes CEO, Mike Dosch of Angry Audio heads product development and Tag Borland of Logitek heads technology. The three are equal co-owners of the company.

“This trio represents some of your favorite brands,” they said in a joint press release, “including MaxxKonnect Wireless to bring reliable connectivity anywhere, StudioHub to make wiring your facilities a snap, MK Technical Services to help you reach your goals in building or remodeling your studios and transmitter sites, Angry Audio with gadgets and gizmos to solve common studio challenges, and Logitek bringing new affordable audio over IP systems to the table.”

Triple Helix will hold a press conference at the NAB Show in Las Vegas about their plans.

The company is positioning itself as a provider of “cost-effective products and services that punch far above their

Mike Dosch

weight, offering major market performance for small market budgets.”

Josh Bohn said in the announcement that the company wants to make technologies like AoIP accessible to more broadcasters.

“For example, Logitek is bringing out new AoIP consoles that offer major-market performance at small-market pricing.” Those include the Jet67 mix engine, MixIt, Helix and the Helix Studio soft surface. 

“Logitek’s Jet67 engine and other products will natively speak AES67, Livewire, Ravenna and (optionally) Dante so no matter what existing standard a facility may be using, or even if they have yet to venture into AoIP, these systems will drop right in.” 

Tag Borland

Josh Bohn founded technical services and connectivity company Bohn Broadcast Services in 1998 and rebranded it as The MaxxKonnect Group in 2021. Previously he held engineering positions with Main Line Broadcasting, Clear Channel, Radio One, Cumulus and Delmarva Broadcasting. It is based in Pelham, Ala.

Michael “Catfish” Dosch started as a console designer with Pacific Research & Engineering and became its VP/COO. He later was founder/president of the Axia Audio division of Telos Alliance, then joined Lawo, where he served as product manager for their radio group. He founded Angry Audio in 2018 and left Lawo in 2019 to run it full time. Angry Audio is in Franklin, Tenn.

Tag Borland co-founded Logitek Electronic Systems in 1979; in addition to leading the company he has continued during that time as its principal equipment designer. It is based in Houston. He oversaw the company’s move to a new manufacturing location in 2021.

The press release announcing Triple Helix was distributed by Shane Toven, who has joined as technical marketing director after recently leaving Educational Media Foundation.

The company’s website will be

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