On macOS, EVO 4 will work straight away without needing to install any drivers. However, we do recommend installing the EVO application which gives you control over your loopback and lets you update your firmware.
Head to the EVO website to download the latest version of the application. Once downloaded, simply open the .dmg file and then drag and drop the EVO application into your applications folder.
Carefully unpack your EVO and connect it to a USB port on your Mac. If your computer doesn’t have rectangular USB-A ports then you may need to use an adaptor, dongle, or third party cable.
You can then set EVO 4 as your main outputs by going to System preferences > Sound and the selecting the EVO 4 as your device for Input and Output.
EVO 4 will require drivers on Windows so that the computer and EVO will work together. You can download these from the EVO website. Once downloaded, run the .exe file to start the installation process.
Follow the instructions on screen to complete the installer. This process may take a little while so please be patient
Once complete, click finish. Now carefully unpack your EVO and connect it to the computer using the included USB cable.
To set the EVO as your default sound device, go to Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Sound. Now select the Playback tab.
In the list of devices, find EVO 4 Main Output 1+2, click on it and select Set Default Device.
Any audio played back from your PC will now be played through EVO 4.
Follow the same process for the Recording devices by selecting Inputs 1+2 from the list of input devices.