The Audient iD14 audio interface is out
Audient is now shipping the new iD14 audio interface and monitoring controller that they introduced at Musikmesse a few weeks ago.
A few weeks only after its introduction at Musikmesse (see these news), the Audient iD14 audio interface and monitoring controller is now hitting the stores.
The ID22 little brother features two mic preamps from the ASP8024, Burr-Brown AD/DA converters and thanks to its ADAT connection, you can add external mic preamps, such as the upcoming ADP800, to get a total of 10 inputs. You’ll also find an instrument input with discret JFET circuit, a main speaker output, an independent Class A/B headphone output and a USB port to connect the iD14 to the computer.
The large volume knob can be converted to a controller for any DAW or plug-in parameter via the iD ScrollControl feature and a DSP mixer is included.
Pricing of this new Audient iD14 is $299, 269 € in Europe. More info at audient.com.
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