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Logitek’s mixIT-18 Is Affordable IP Console

Company will exhibit at the NAB Show

Rounding out Logitek’s mixIT series, the mixIT-18 brings an affordable AoIP console platform to stations needing extra faders for on-air or production applications. 

Logitek will feature it at the NAB Show this month.

This digital touchscreen package includes an 18-fader console and the 1 RU JET67 engine. The touchscreens provide quick access to metering, source selection, routing, presets, monitor assignments and other console and router functions. 

Mix-minus is built into each fader so every remote source can have a clean feed no matter where that source is routed on the console. Touchscreen router controls can be used to control feeds to computers, codecs or the air chain; programmable scene selects allow operators to save their favorite fader configurations for their shows. 

Copy of Logitek mixit-18-straight

Along with 18 faders, the mixIT-18 has 12 mono analog inputs (six stereo), two digital inputs, 16 mono analog outputs (8 stereo), two digital outputs, four mic inputs with phantom power, and a built-in cue speaker.

Networking is via AES-67, Ravenna, Livewire and Logitek’s JetNet, allowing interconnection with popular networking platforms; a Dante option is available. Two Gigabit and two 10/100 Ethernet ports are provided. 

Connections to the JET67 AoIP router are made with quick connect terminal blocks, so no soldering, punch-downs or specialized crimping tools are needed. GPIO is provided on a DB-15 connector and includes four inputs and eight outputs.

The mixIT-18 console package sells in the U.S. for $7,945, which includes the JET67.

Fine more information on the company website.


NAB Booth: C3019