Logitek Announces Ravenna Partnership

Logitek’s JetStream Plus and JET67 AoIP audio engines are now Ravenna-compatible.

Logitek said multi-format audio distribution has been available in the company’s routing engines for several years. The Ravenna capability joins Dante, AES67, LiveWire and Logitek JetNet for interconnecting Logitek JetStream Plus and JET67 console engines with other equipment in a broadcast facility.

JetStream Plus engines also directly connect to popular television routers, edit systems and program automation control systems. Both engines adopt Logitek’s high-density routing technologies to provide a large number of I/O channels in a small amount of rack space. 

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