midiplus Smartface II Audio Interface

(10 customer reviews)


Brand Midiplus
Supported Software ASIO
Connectivity Technology USB
Item Dimensions LxWxH 6.89 x 4.8 x 2.05 inches
Item Weight 1.23 Pounds

  • Full Duplex with asio driver USB powered
  • Attachment:owner’s manual usb Cable
  • “Class compliant” USB audio interface – works driverless with Mac OS/x, Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 asio driver for Windows XP/Vista/Win7/Win8 for download available
SKU: B01N4EBA40 Categories: ,


Smartface II is a Class-Compliant USB Audio Interface with 16 Bit/48 KHz resolution line stereo interface & XLR/TRS MIC and instrument inputs.

Additional information

Weight 1.23 kg
Dimensions 6.89 × 4.8 × 2.05 cm
Item Weight

1.23 pounds

Product Dimensions

6.89 x 4.8 x 2.05 inches

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Item model number


Date First Available

January 30, 2017

Hardware Interface

USB 2.0

Supported Software


Operating System




10 reviews for midiplus Smartface II Audio Interface

  1. Jeff Gomske

    For The Price: Exceptional…Overall However, It’s OkayI had an older audio interface that I was using to record a radio show with and it went belly-up on me after using it for maybe a little over a week. It was used when I got it so I can’t complain. I knew I needed something else and in the town I live in, I had absolutely ZERO options (wish I had known that ahead of time). So I went searching and decided to go with the midiplus.For the price it is an exceptional deal. But I have to point out though, after having worked in broadcasting for 30+ years, I am acutely aware of what exceptional audio sounds like. Now keep in mind that it’s a combination of many different things including the kind of mic you are using, the processing, your environment and soforth…however, keeping in mind the cost of this interface, I knew what I was getting and wasn’t expecting the quality I get out of the normal control board and sound processor and expensive mic that I use to do my radio show with.With that being said, I still wished I had spent a little extra for audio quality in general. Yes, this sounds perfectly usable and for personal podcasts and recording at home for fun, it really does the job pretty well. But for professional users…? Well I wouldn’t go that far…in fact, I don’t think it comes close to be entirely honest. Again, temper that with the fact that I am crazy aware of what pristine audio sounds like, and that makes my standards probably a bit above the norm. But all in all, it really depends on what you plan to use it for in the long run. A really great mic will make a HUGE difference when using this however. But even that won’t make all the difference, and it’s important to understand this.So in short, for the money, it does the job. But don’t expect studio quality, even if you use a ridiculously great microphone.

  2. Marisol Castillo

    Doesn’t work on my iPad proI was looking for something that would work on iOS, but it doesn’t recognize it… Am I missing something?

  3. LaNel Muhammad

    Great!You can’t ask for more…

  4. Kishan

    Value for moneyWas Sceptic at first, given the low price, but was impressed with the results. It would be wondeful if The USB output was a little higher :/ we have I keep the levels at MAX I get a decent volume onto to our mixer

  5. Jonathan H

    Eh… It’s okayThe media could not be loaded.

     This is a good microphone audio interface, this powers my AOKEO AK80 Mic conditioner mic, it powers up my mic via 48V power.Pros: it is good for recording (if RTX voice is on), connects via usb to your pc or laptop,Cons: there are static on the recording in any program on your pc like audicity or adobe audition or obs, premiere pro, FL Studio 20 and more recording / editing program,Red light is too brightSolution for the static is that if you have a nvidia graphics card on your pc, you can turn on nvidia rtx voice which kills all the static to those who don’t want to spend on a scarlett solo interface type $$$.Overall, it’s great value for the money if using your nvidia card kills the noice from your interface if you can hear yourself well on your mic.Amd or intel graphics ain’t it….Only you have a nvidia card (cpu ain’t matter) use rtx voice with it to get a ton of value for the money. Sorry AMD GPU fanboys and Intel intergrated UHD GPU fans!

  6. Scott Kerns

    Highly Impressed!! I’m gonna buy another just becauseof the value.Gotta start out by saying THIS THING IS GREAT. But first here’s what I EXPECTED from a $55 USB interface. 1) Cheap plastic housing. 2) Crappy loose knobs 3) noisy 4) Unbearable latency. But I thought what the hell for $55 bucks I can use it for tracking idea/tinkering material for the idea file on the laptop. Holy Hell! This thing is none of the above! It’s all metal housing is built like a battleship. Knobs and jacks are solid. Don’t feel like I gotta be “careful” with them. Inputs have no noise or hum. Pre’s are great at this price point. As for latency, I though since it used windows audio drivers it would be garbage. Not true. I set the latency down to 10mS and there was no buffering problems AT ALL. Played my Dean though Studio One Pro using Positive Gear’s Bias FX and it sounded great. I actually think this thing is equivalent or better than my Focusrite Scarlett. And for $55??!!In Summary: This deals like a broke dick….YOU JUST CAN’T BEAT IT!! If you’re in the market for a great interface at a great price, get it.

  7. Wolfgang

    Amazing DealI have a Presonus interface with three inputs, dedicated power, and a lot more options… but this unit gives me everything I need in a smaller package without having to power the interface in addition to everything else. Sure, there is probably a small amount of quality and headroom loss as a result, but it’s far from a dealbreaker. If you’re looking at getting an interface but aren’t sure you want to commit to something in the $100-200 range, this is a great way to try it out.

  8. Anthony Alexander

    Overall the quality isnt the best but its definitely not the worst.I like it dont get me wrong. It’s just that whenever I have a vocal or beat that peaks even just a little it gets this fuzzy loud frequency & whenever it happens I either have to restart my program or turn the interface off then turn it back on. It happened pretty frequently and it’s starting to get annoying. Idk it maybe be a defect in the interface because i know for sure my scarlett mic & xlr cable definitely do not have a short, i’ve tried them both on my Behringer Umc22 & theybwork perfectly fine.

  9. Noah

    Perfect for what you needI found this for cheap when other Chinese made audio interfaces were ramping up in price, my guess being from shipping or production was very slow (this was around the initial start of the pandemic). I took a gamble on this one and ordered it knowing that I wasn’t going to find a better deal for a while. It arrived being everything I thought. very simple and nothing fancy but works as intended. nothing to complain about.

  10. Amazon Customer

    Good price but noisy.This hooked up to my computer. Cable was included. The sound I have recorded with it sounds accurate. However, while recording additional tracks, the music that plays back through the headphone jack has constant clicks in it. They don’t get recorded, but it is annoying. If it wasn’t doing that, I’d give it a five. I liked the price.

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