“This represents a significant step in Audient’s evolution. Designing products that balance audio excellence and innovation continues to drive everything we do. Redefining our visual identity underlines our dedication to these ideals and helps to lay the foundations for what we hope will be a very bright future,” says Audient marketing director Andy Allen.
The two new next-generation (MK II) iD audio interfaces are the iD4 (MKII), iD14 (MKII), both compatible with Audient’s flagship iD44 interface. Each is stated to now provide 120 dB of dynamic range on their digital-to-analog (DA) and analog-to-digital (AD) converters.
In addition, both the iD4 (MKII) and iD14 (MKII), with a new gun-metal finish, are now bus powered via USB3.0 and have a USB-C connection. In addiiton, the iD14 offers dual headphone outputs and two extra line outputs.
Allen: “Our customers can now enjoy improved audio performance, additional features and a stunning new aesthetic design. The best part is that both iD4 (MKII) and iD14 (MKII) come in at the same price as their predecessors, so they also get better value for money.”
Further, Audient sub-brand EVO by Audient has debuted the new EVO Start Recording Bundle, pictured directly below. It includes an EVO 4 audio interface, SR1 large-diaphragm condenser microphone plus shockmount and SR2000 monitoring grade headphones.
“EVO 4 was designed for beginners and pros alike. This bundle is simply an extension of that. Here you have absolutely everything you need to get started – right down to the cables – in one easy package ready to just plug and play,” Allen concludes. “Using the Smartgain to set your levels and controlling your session via the free EVO Control App on your computer, producing music or content couldn’t be simpler.”
Pricing for iD4 (MKII) is UK £138 including VAT; Euro €149 and US$ 199 MAP. iD14 (MKII) is UK£199.99 including VAT; Euro €229 and US$299 MAP. EVO Start Recording Bundle is UK£199 including VAT; Euro €220 and US $249 MAP.