We’ve received a few questions asking us why we chose to use USB2.0 when designing our interfaces rather than USB3.0 or even Thunderbolt. So we thought we’d explain why in this quick and easy to follow article.
When designing the iD interface range we wanted it to be compatible with as many systems as possible. USB 2.0 was chosen as it is currently the most prolific port on computers. It is true that USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt offer higher bandwidths but our interfaces simply don’t need the additional bandwidth that these connections offer.
Read more about this here: https://audient.com/tutorial/usb-in-audio/