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2-In/2-Out USB Audio Interface

  • Smartgain mode
  • Loopback functionality
  • 24-Bit/96 kHz
  • 113 dB Dynamic range, AD/DA
  • 2 Combined mic/line inputs via XLR/jack combis
  • 2 Mic preamps with 58 dB gain
  • 48 V Phantom power (also during bus operation)
  • Discrete JFET instrument input
  • Independent headphone output (6.3 mm jack)
  • Multifunctional large rotary control with LED ring
  • DSP-based software mixer with flexible routing matrix
  • Class compliant with MAC, Windows (07/08/10), iOS
  • Power supply connection via USB-C
  • Includes a USB cable (1.5 m) and an extensive Audient ARC downloadable software package
  • Made by Audient
available since March 2020
Item number 483323
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Recording / Playback Channels 2x2
Number of Mic Inputs 2
Number of Line Inputs 2
Number of Instrument Inputs 1
Number of Line Outs 2
Headphone Outs 1
Phantom power Yes
Number of S/PDIF Connectors 0
Number of ADAT Connectors 0
Numer of AES/EBU Connectors 0
Number of MADI Connectors 0
Ethernet 0
Other Connectors No
MIDI interface No
Word Clock No
Max. sample rate (kHz) 96 kHz
Max. resolution in bit 24 bit
USB Bus-Powered Yes
Incl. power supply No
USB Version 2.0
Connection Format USB port Type C
Included in delivery USB Cable(1,5 m) and Audient ARC Download-Software Package
Zero latency monitoring 1
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115 €
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satisfied despite the flaws
nikvel 13.04.2021
I use Evo with a laptop.
Accordingly, the sound card itself and all related audio equipment are stationary, and the laptop follows me around the apartment and beyond.
In such conditions, I got the following experience in 4 months of use:

a) pluses
- on win 10, the card was installed as a native one and worked as accurately as a clock, right up to the notorious system updates;
- dimensions: small, very convenient, does not interfere on the table;
- preamplification: for a fairly quiet tube microphone (Nady 1100, not bad, but entry-level, and very old) it gives out smoothly. The impression that there is no color at all. At least on my cheap equipment (mostly in the non-professional segment), when the gain is changed, no metamorphosis in the signal is observed;
- Evo software mixer is simple and straightforward from the very beginning.

b) cons:
- case: since I use the device stationary, this does not concern me much, but if you often work in the field, you will want a more reliable case. Now, when you change the connected devices, you take the entire card in your hand and squeeze it with quite a little effort. But this effort is enough for fears that you will damage the device. I repeat: the card itself does not suffer in any way, but there is fear, and it distracts attention;
- weight: very light piece. If this is a plus during transportation, then be careful when working - position the cables so as not to catch on them and not accidentally throw the Evo off the table;
- compatibility: after recent updates to the win 10 system, reconnecting the Evo became problematic - the settings for bit depth, sampling frequency, and latency began to get lost. This can happen even during recording, resulting in signal interruption (the sound growls loudly, as if it lacks a buffer).
_____ I treat this defect as follows: before recording, I change all the audio settings in Evo and daw, save them, then return the old settings, save again. It's annoying, but it works. I don’t know what is the matter more - in the OS, Evo, DAW or all together, but this only applies to recording. More precisely, analog-to-digital conversion. I am inclined to conclude that the fault for this lies with microsoft, but nevertheless it is desirable that the audient react faster, and they do not seem to read letters.

It's all! When the problem of driver compatibility is fixed (no matter who it is - MS or Audient), this interface will give you confidence and peace of mind. You can get used to the control, and if you are lazy, use a software solution. And yes, if you only use it at home and do not disconnect from your computer, then the described problem will not occur.
And once again I want to draw your attention to the ergonomics of the device. You don't expect the virtues it has from such a small box. Great device.


Portable, great reproduction, great price
Steve Galloway 09.07.2020
Evo 4 is a reliable device that does a big job with little need for attention, so much so that it is easy to forget the device is there.

Audient recently enhanced user functions with the release of Windows and Mac desktop clients for managing Evo 4 via a keyboard/mouse. The value added software utility includes an additional desktop interface for managing loopback recording. With the release of this software utility the unit's overall accessibility, especially to non-tech users, is greatly improved.

I am producing some classical musicians in a large church right now with 5 mics which I am covering with Evo4 and a Zoom H5 as preamps. Evo 4 is portable, the unit is ready for use as soon as your computer is "up", and being able to run two mics on smartgain meant I could forget those mics and focus on issues that need constant attention when dealing with live performers.

A few reviews have mentioned that levels are not stored in Evo 4 memory between re-boots, and while I understand the seeming inconvenience, it takes little time to find a mic level with smartgain, and for work that needs intensive gain control these kinds of levels need constant attention whatever device you use.

Other reviews have also mentioned that monitors are deactivated while headphones are plugged in. As long as you know your choices when you buy, I do not see the problem at this price point.

Device efficiency saves time in live situations. For vloggers, gamers, and podcasters, Evo 4 is low maintenance. For professionals Evo 4 gives hands-free utility to permit increased scope of work. Audio quality is well above its price level, and yes, it CAN run a Shure SM7b, although I still slot a Cloudflifter into my soundchain. I would would trade up for the Evo8. I cannot think of a reason why even a pro would not be happy to have one in inventory.

If Audient offered a version upgrade which came in a hardened case I would pay the difference for the extra duability when I am on the road with it. Not everyone needs that though.

Great machine.


A great sounding affordable interface!
RodRed 27.08.2020
Evo 4 by Audient.
It is a great compact interface with an amazing sound quality given the price tag. Controls are a little bit different from other interfaces but once you get used to it is a breeze to work with. I would say the simplified 1 knob for all solution is really ingenious. And I like the smart gain function, it is very practical and saves time.
Audient software to control works very well in Windows and the driver is also flawless in my setup. It also comes with a bunch of 3rd party software that are very useful.
The build is good but the plastic seems very fragile, I have doubts about the durability of it, but since it looks like a product targeting home studio/podcast/vloggers I do not see much problem.
The second issue I have is the shape design. At first, I found it very elegant and distinctive from other products but the lightweight construction + the tall brick format makes it very unstable.
- easy of use
- great sound quality
- affordable
- smart gain
- usb-C connection
- plastic construction
- lightweight + tall brick design is unstable


The best combination of features for streaming music
Tushar 31.05.2023
Compared to other interfaces in this price range and slightly above, the Evo 4 has the best loopback mixer.
The "loopback" inputs and outputs can be accessed both by ASIO drivers and by windows drivers. This means that you can send audio to and from the windows environment and your DAW natively through the interface. The loopback mixer will let you mix between the virtual loopback inputs, the two hardware inputs AS WELL AS the hardware outputs and sum it into one virtual bus which are called the loopback outputs.
I think calling it "loopback" is misrepresenting and underselling this feature.

In my more than 1 year of use I have been satisfied with its performance. The build quality is fine but the unit is very light weight and susceptible to getting pulled off the table from a headphone or guitar cable plugged in the front. There is also no way provided to screw it to a top.

I use this to stream music from my DAW to my friends and it works very well for that. I can either mix in my microphone input and DAW audio to stream together as one audio stream. OR if the streaming software allows for it, select loopback audio and microphone input as separate audio sources, and stream only the DAW audio to the loopback. DAW Audio can be unprocessed in this way and I may put a gate and compressor on my mic.

The included software is okay too. I have tried it but I don't use it personally because I was already used to other products which fulfilled the same purpose.

All in all, I would definitely recommend this. And if you wanna stream music, this is definitely the best choice in its price range.


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