Two new interfaces were showcased by Audient at Messe, 2015: a new 2 input, 4 output interface to add to their iD range, as well as the ASP800 powerhouse. Chris from Audient explains their features.
Audient have added the new iD14 and ASP800 to their range of already impressive audio interfaces.
Watch our video with Chris from Audient where he introduces both interfaces and explains their individual features:
2 Audient Class A mic preamps
2 inputs and 4 outputs with Burr-Brown converters
10 additional inputs via ADAT / S/PDIF
JFET DI instrument input
Independent Class A/B headphone output
ScrollControl mode on the main knob to adjust DAW and plug-in parameters, mixer and even iTunes library
Assignable iD button to control the monitoring functions (dim, cut, phase reverse, mono sum, talkback or cue)
Monitoring controller feature via provided software
USB 2.0 powered
Metal chassis with aluminum buttons
8 Channel Microphone Preamplifier and ADC with HMX & IRON
ASP800 is an audio powerhouse designed to transform your sessions into world class recordings, making it the perfect addition to your audio interface. ASP800 provides 8 channels of Audient's renowned console mic preamps, class-leading Burr-Brown converter technology, two JFET D.I's and two Retro channels with revolutionary tone control. Just plug in your mics, guitars, keyboards and drum machines and you're ready to go, so get creative and start thinking big!
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