Audient iD14

10-in/4-out USB Desktop Audio Interface with 2 Class A Mic Preamps, 8-channel ADAT Input, JFET DI, and Burr-Brown Converters
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Your New Studio Hub

The Audient iD14 is a compact desktop audio interface that gives you the superior audio performance normally associated with a large-format console. The iD14 sports two of Audient's excellent Class A mic preamps, class-leading Burr-Brown converter technology, console-style monitor control, and a JFET direct input. Also onboard is Audient's ScrollControl mode, which gives you quick and easy control over compatible parameters within your DAW. And with its 8-channel ADAT input bumping your input capabilities up to ten channels, the iD14 is ready for your future studio expansion. At Sweetwater, we're liking the iD14 - a lot. If you need a versatile, great-sounding hub for your DAW-based studio, we can recommend the Audient iD14.

Audient mic pres and Burr-Brown converters onboard

The iD14 features a pair of Audient's acclaimed Class A console mic preamps - and believe us, they sound amazing. For the best possible conversion, you also get integral ADC with high-grade converters from Burr-Brown, a leader in converter technology. The result is stunningly transparent sound, with just a taste of coloration. It's the ideal prescription for lackluster studio sound.

Audient iD14 Features at a Glance:
  • 2 Class A console microphone preamplifiers
  • 2-in/4-out high-performance Burr-Brown converters
  • 1 discrete JFET DI instrument input
  • Separate headphone amplifier output stage
  • Console-style monitor control with:
    • Mono, polarity, cut, talkback, and cue mix
  • 2 Neutrik combo connectors for mic/line inputs
  • 8-channel ADAT input lets you expand to a total of 10 channels
  • Balanced 1/4" main outputs
  • Control your DAW and plug-ins with the iD14's virtual scroll wheel

Additional Media

Audio Interface Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Computer Connectivity USB 2.0
Form Factor Desktop
Simultaneous I/O 10 x 4
A/D Resolution 24-bit/96kHz
Built In DSP/FX Yes
Analog Inputs 2 x XLR/TRS Combo, 1 x 1/4" (DI)
Analog Outputs 2 x 1/4"
Digital Inputs 1 x ADAT/S/SDPIF
Number of Preamps 2
Bus Powered Yes
Depth 4.72"
Width 6.81"
Height 2.44"
Manufacturer Part Number iD14

Customer Reviews

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Top dog !

Traded up to the Audient iD14 from my Echo,which after many years of service finally up the ghost. What was I thinking,what took me so long to see the light! I had no idea what I have been missing over the last few years as the quality of my recordings are now massively cleaner, full of rich tone and no buzzy noise floor. I thought I was saving $'s but in reality I was accepting compromise and for just a few $'s. iD14 has a great feature set,so easy to use, just what I need to allow me to concentrate on the music. Highly recommended

Very impressive

I'm a vocalist in a 3 piece and occasional solo acoustic performer at the local bars. I was told by our bass player to try the iD14 as my M Audio was starting to be a bit unreliable after years of abuse,he was raving about the iD14's DI.I hadn't heard of Audient before as they seem new to the interface market so I checked around the web and found they're pretty serious dudes with a real history. What a great recommendation,so easy to use,my vocals sound so clean and I'm hearing new tone from my Martin. iD14 has just inspired me so much that I just bought a new MBP to get back into recording my personal projects (there goes my beer $!). It's next to my MBP in the den and I feel like a PRO!!! A steal at $299 Sweetwater are the best!

Can't agree more with these reviews

MBP OSX Yosemite 10.10.5 + Logic Pro X Based on what I've been reading on line about this new Audient interface,I e-bay'd my "colored" one and pulled the trigger. I can only say Sweetwater sales and support are equal to this product - exceptional and so easy to work with. Exceeds all of my expectations,don't waste any more time !

Freaking unbelievable

Just added the iD14 to my project studio. This little box reveals so much more detail in my projects,including things that shouldn't be there,things I just didn't hear on my Tannoy's when using my previous interface. Tracking using the top panel controls is just grab and go and the build quality feels really solid and it's cool fun to even use scroll control mode to flip through my iTunes library!


Been looking to improve the quality of my recording for some time now. I had a "Red" one,looked at the Apollo Twin but the UA plugs are expensive and i have enough of them in my current DAW (Cubase Pro) so didn't want to have to buy all over again.I'd heard good things on the forum's about the iD14 so I jumped and I can't tell you what a great decision it was.This thing is just so easy to use and that really helps as I normally have a lot going on and don't want to fight the technology, just use it.What's really amazing is just how clean it is,no hiss,just recording what I hear.The DI and headphone are plenty loud enough (I have a pair of Focal Pro's),a second pair would've been great so we can both listen to the mix.I use Scroll control all the time,just seems so much easier than mouse work and it's good to know that I can add more inputs with ADAT should I need to. This thing just let's the music speak,a real no brainer!

Sweetwater Advice

Evan Mehre

I've tried a number of interfaces in my studio, and the Audient iD14 is my new go-to interface! With my in-the-box workflow, a couple of solid channels makes a lot of sense, so I looked for an interface that cooperates with my software and offers professional-quality sound, but without an unnecessarily large I/O count. I'm really impressed with the iD14.
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