Audient Lowers Price Of The Popular iD22 Interface

03-21-2015 03:00 PM

Audient have announced that they are dropping the price of their iD22 interface to $599. That’s around a $200 drop from the previous price around $799 when it was introduced in late 2013.
If you would like to know more about the Audient iD22 you can watch James’ show & tell video review.
Although launched as a Mac only USB interface in April 2014 Audient released Windows drivers for the iD22.
Audient’s owner Simon Blackwood told us…
We closed a record year in 2014 and significantly increasing our iD22 customer base. Coupled with new, and expanded distribution for 2015 in the US market, this has allowed us to offer the iD22 with the David Dearden-designed all discreet ASP console mic preamps at this extremely competitive price. With its comprehensive feature set and sonic performance, we believe the iD22 is the best value interface on the market and now it’s even more affordable.
More on The Audient iD22

The iD22 is an audio interface and monitoring system with two analog inputs, ADAT in|out and six analogue outputs driven by Burr Brown 24-bit/96kHz convertors. The iD22’s preamplifiers use the discreet class A circuit design from the company’s large format ASP consoles which are used in over 1000 studio’s worldwide.