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Alesis iO4

USB audio interface from Alesis belonging to the iO series

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MakosMakos

A good product

Alesis iO4Published on 01/20/14 at 12:33
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OVERALL OPINION

Having had some Alesis products that had not done me by their quality rather poor, I decided to write a review on this little card ... and is positive.
At this price, this is the maximum interface and easily troubleshoots a nomadic configuration. (Provide a power supply anyway. Sector because the card is not self-powered USB).
The converters are of good quality, pre-amps, without making a huge gain, is completely usable on two thirds of the race of pots. Four 16 bit by 24 bit entrées/4sorties 2/2. In both cases the capture and...…
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GETTING STARTED

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OVERALL OPINION

Having had some Alesis products that had not done me by their quality rather poor, I decided to write a review on this little card ... and is positive.
At this price, this is the maximum interface and easily troubleshoots a nomadic configuration. (Provide a power supply anyway. Sector because the card is not self-powered USB).
The converters are of good quality, pre-amps, without making a huge gain, is completely usable on two thirds of the race of pots. Four 16 bit by 24 bit entrées/4sorties 2/2. In both cases the capture and sound quality holds up.
Icing on the cake, an insert is provided on each entry! These last for capturing line level and microphone with power supply sounds. 48v and at instrument level (guitar / bass).
Note that in addition to its good ergonomics and its audio quality, it offers a MIDI input / output!
It works on MacOSX (10.7-10.8-10.9) without driver installation (Compatible Core Core Audio & MIDI) ... Really a nice little interface cheap.
This time, thank you ;-) Alesis
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lexrexlexrex

Very satisfied

Alesis iO4Published on 08/31/13 at 23:43
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I was looking for me to record audio simultaneously four inputs (mic or line) on my PC, for less than 150 euros a budget interface. Only Alesis IO4 seemed fulfill these conditions.

UTILIZATION

The Alesis IO4 as promised can record 4 sources in 16 bits. For a 24-bit recording, they need by simply against two sources.
There is no dedicated driver must go through Asio4All (free). Through this pilot, I got no problem very low latency or no on my old PC laptop that runs on Vista and dates from 2007.

GETTING STARTED

The grip is intuitive. Simply plug the USB plug into the computer, and go!
The manual provides very little information, fortunately we understand very quickly how alone...…
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I was looking for me to record audio simultaneously four inputs (mic or line) on my PC, for less than 150 euros a budget interface. Only Alesis IO4 seemed fulfill these conditions.

UTILIZATION

The Alesis IO4 as promised can record 4 sources in 16 bits. For a 24-bit recording, they need by simply against two sources.
There is no dedicated driver must go through Asio4All (free). Through this pilot, I got no problem very low latency or no on my old PC laptop that runs on Vista and dates from 2007.

GETTING STARTED

The grip is intuitive. Simply plug the USB plug into the computer, and go!
The manual provides very little information, fortunately we understand very quickly how alone get what you want.
There I had to manually set the preferences Reaper (my DAW software) for the four inputs and four outputs of the Alesis IO4 are recognized (originally there were only two input and two outputs by default). In five seconds, I solved the problem and I was able to use 4 inputs / outputs without problem.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought it used yesterday, I use it for only one day but I am fully satisfied for the moment. This is my first audio interface.
I appreciate the compact design of the device, which can move with very easily for mobile recording.
The Alesis IO4 has all the important functions for home studio recording (phantom power, insert, preamps, XLR inputs and guitar) and 100 euros used, the price / quality ratio is unbeatable!
Only (small) flats: I would have appreciated an integrated EQ and a little more meaningful settings for the headphone output (this is the point that is less intuitive in the unit).
I would do this choice with his eyes closed!
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jdabenejdabene

Alesis iO4Published on 05/21/13 at 07:32
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This little sound card is interesting because it can operate standalone without computer, then it becomes a small mixer.

UTILIZATION

No worries, it is recognized by the PC and is a studio for 4 Tracks

GETTING STARTED

Plug and play

OVERALL OPINION

Few months. I was looking for an external interface with MIDI
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Alesis
  • Model: iO4
  • Series: iO
  • Category: USB audio interfaces
  • Added in our database on: 01/13/2011

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