Audient rebrands and launches MKII iD interfaces, EVO recording bundle

The new iD interfaces offer greater dynamic range, USB 3.0 bus power and dual headphone outs.

Audient ID MkII Interfaces

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Audient is kicking off the new year with the launch of two new iD interfaces, along with a special EVO recording bundle aimed at beginners.

iD4 and iD14 MkII

The step up to MkII introduces some major improvements to both the iD4 and iD14.

Both interfaces are now exclusively bus-powered via USB 3.0 and connect with the ubiquitous USB-C connection. They also boast an improved dynamic range of 120dB for A/D/A conversion. Audient touts this as a “huge step up” for audio performance, and it makes the audio performance comparable to the more expensive iD44.

Meanwhile, both interfaces now sport new dual headphone outputs, as well as an attractive gun-metal grey finish. Also new to the iD14, is an additional set of line outputs on the back panel, for a total of six physical outputs.

Both retain their mic preamp configurations from the original versions, with the iD4 offering a single Audient mic preamp, and the iD14 having two. Similarly, there are also JFET DI inputs on both.

EVO Start Recording Bundle

Audient Evo Start Recording Bundle
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Audient, through its sub-brand EVO, has also launched the Start Recording bundle, aimed at beginners. It packs the EVO 4 interface, an SR1 large-diaphragm condenser microphone with shock mount, and a pair of SR2000 monitor headphones.

Pricing And Availability

The iD4 MkII and iD14 MkII list for £138/$199 and £199.99/$299 respectively. Meanwhile, the EVO Start Recording Bundle goes for £199/$249.

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