Logitek Electronic Systems recently announced the sale of audio console systems to a number of customers.
It said JetStream console engine/IP audio networking systems were sold to KACU(FM) in Abilene, Texas; WLKG(FM) in Lake Geneva, Wis.; KMOJ(FM) in Minneapolis; and Stanford University’s KZSU(FM) in Palo Alto, Calif.
“KACU plans to use the JetStream for IP audio routing; the two JetStream units at KZSU will be used to share the facility’s audio sources among their studios,” the company stated. “KZSU also ordered a Mosaic-12 control surface for an on-air studio. WLKG purchased a JetStream and Remora console package; KMOJ will place two JetStream units and three Remora control surfaces in various studios in their facility.”
Recent U.S. radio orders also include Pilot-12 control surface for WLCC(AM) in Tampa, Fla., and a Mosaic-8 control surface for WXPN(FM) in Philadelphia. Both stations are expanding existing Logitek systems.
“In Melbourne Australia, Chinese Community Radio station 3CR placed an order for four JetStream units, two Pilot-12s and one Pilot-18. The JetStream units will be networked via IP to share audio sources among the three studios at the facility.”