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More than “just cables”: What’s the difference with MIT Cables ?
It’s the difference between an audio cable and an audio interface.
Celebrating 35 Years of Excellence and Innovation.

MIT Cables’ core audio cable technology is our exclusive Multipole Technology, named after the fact that every audio cable has a single point where it is most efficient at storing and transporting energy. At this point in the audio frequency spectrum, the cable will articulate best, and represents the cables’ particular Articulation Pole.

Utilizing our Poles of Articulation, we can provide levels of performance for each listener’s needs, from our latest and most advanced ACC 268, 206, and 169 (Articulation Control Console)Series providing the ultimate most ethereal level of sonic experience – “Stratospheric” as penned by Robert Harley of The Absolute Sound, the heralded Oracle SHD Series of interfaces for the highest reference level experience, the Heritage Series comprised of two categories – 2C3D Level 1,2, and 3 and the EVO One, Two, and Three – the SL-Matrix Series of audio interfaces offering our legendary High End performance distilled down to more reasonable price points, the StyleLine Series of interfaces for the budget-minded audiophile, and finally the Vero Headphone Series including the Vero 50ex Headphone Amplifier and the Vero Headphone Cables and Dongles – all built with Multipole Technology. Experience the technology we offer that NO OTHER cable or amplifier manufacturer can.

Q.What’s the difference with MIT Cables?

A. MIT Multipole and Filterpole Technology: proven patented performance

Celebrating  35 years of Excellence and Innovation

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MIT Cables Multipole Technology: MIT Audio Series cables are based on the exclusive patented Multipole Technology, Only MIT Cables can provide levels of performance for each listener’s needs, from our latest and most advanced ACC 268, 206, and 169 (Articulation Control Console) Seriesproviding the ultimate most ethereal level of sonic experience – “Stratospheric” as penned by Robert Harley of The Absolute Sound, the heralded Oracle SHD Series of interfaces for the highest reference level experience, the Heritage Series comprised of two categories – 2C3D Level 1,2, and 3 and the EVO One, Two, and Three , and finally the Vero Headphone Series including the Vero 50ex Headphone Amplifier and the Vero Headphone Cables and Dongles – all built with Multipole Technology.

MIT Cables Phono Series for the Vinyl audiophile, includes our patented Multipole Technology – to present more of the recorded event. Better bass, better mid-range, and smoother highs painted on a “blacker background” are realized.

MIT Cables Filterpole Technology: MIT Power Series is based on MIT Cables exclusive  patented Filterpole Technology providing power conditioning solutions to  address “powerline noise” to improve your audio and video experience.

You too can enjoy the same quality of experience from MIT’s Mulitipole and Filterpole Technology chosen by the High-End Audio sector, the Movie Industry, Professional Recording Engineers earning multiple; “Editors’ Choice”, “Product of the Year”, “Writers’ Choice”,  “Best Sound”, “Best of Show”, “Best Sound Editing”, “Best Sound Effects Editing”, Grammy Awards, Academy Awards and nominations, countless industry accolades and an ever growing, decades strong satisfied customer base.

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ACC 268 Articulation Control Console  starting  $88,098-$97,099

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The Absolute Sound – Robert Harley Reviews the ACC 268 – “Stratospheric”

What the heck is an Articulation Control Console?
To a cynic, it’s nothing more than a fancy name for a speaker cable. To others, the Articulation Control Console represents the culmination of everything MIT founder Bruce Brisson has learned over his 35-plus-year career designing…”Stratospheric”, “..unlike any other differences I’ve heard between components”.Read more here: The ACC 268 Review by Robert Harley
Recipient of the 2018 Editors’ Choice Award – The Absolute Sound

“MIT’s ACC 268 Articulation Control Consoles are unique in their conception, design, and, most importantly, performance. I confess to not fully understanding the concept of “articulation” in cables, or how the ACC 268 works, but I can report that no other cable I’ve heard offers the MIT’s foundational virtues or its flexibility in tuning a system’s sound. I don’t think that you’ll find a more musically rewarding speaker interface.”

Recipient of the 2017 Editors’ Choice Award – The Absolute Sound

“MIT’s ACC268 “Articulation Control Consoles” are undoubtedly the world’s most expensive speaker cables, but they are unlike any cables extant. The control consoles are 45-pound enclosures housing the network along with unique adjustments that allow you to tune the cable to your system. This tuning has nothing to do with tonal balance, but rather with a dynamic verve in different parts of the frequency range. The ACC268 delivers a sound quality that is unmatched by any other cable in RH’s experience. ”

Recipient of the 2017 Top Pick Award – The Absolute Sound

“The ACC 268’s adjustability takes the form of four knobs on the console’s top panel. Three of the knobs are marked “Low,” “Mid,” and “High,” respectively. The fourth on-off knob is marked “2C3D” (Two- Channel, Three-Dimensional). Rather than interpret the idea of “articulation” in cables, I’ve included an interview with Bruce Brisson so that you get the story straight from the horse’s mouth. ”

Munich High End 2016 – “Best Sound (Cost No Object)”

“At perhaps the best dealer showroom I’ve ever visited, MySound, the Wilson Alexx was paired with Pass Labs electronics, a Sound Devices 744T recorder into a Meitner DAC, and MIT cables and interconnects, including MIT’s new ACC 268 articulation consoles. On a wonderful recording by Peter McGrath of Beethoven’s Pathetique Sonata, the piano sounded very natural and realistic, with concussive impact, great focus, and beautiful timbre. This demonstration in an optimized room showed how good this speaker can be.” Jonathan Valin
Munich High End 2016 – “Most Significant Product Introduction”
“MIT’s Articulation Consoles bring one closer to the sound of a live performance.” Jonathan Valin

ACC 268 Articulation Console Speaker Interface

The moniker Note Perfect was chosen by Bruce Brisson to represent MIT product or products that meet or exceed his best expectations. Look for this symbol of excellence when working on systems that are intended to return performance without peer.ACC 268 and ACC 272BW are the cost no object, no holds barred, no detail not considered product of Bruce Brisson’s lifetime of engineering and design experience. This project culminates everything he has learned along the way of his 35 years leading our industry to the heights that were once unimaginable. The ACC 268 is his “manifesto” to the others who are seeking the highest ends of audio playback with the ultimate goal of transporting one’s self into the event, into the room and with the people who made some of the most beautiful sounds in the universe.

ACC Design considerations:
working quietly for a lifetime

The stylish CNC milled solid billet aluminum enclosure used for the ACC 268 is the largest MIT has ever produced. This is warranted both by the size of the internal parts as well as “proximity sensitivities” that must be considered as the parts are located. Articulation control consoles include several new anti-resonance schemes, including internal surface alignments and new methods of isolation.

Machined enclosures:
technology and performance

The internal parts of each ACC interface are primarily handmade and require about 200 hours of labor to complete. Each component is meticulously matched, piece by piece. every part is positioned and hand soldered in place. The complexity and number of networks involved require more internal space and insulation from vibration. This is managed by mounting and isolating the network assemblies on an internal plinth, eliminating sympathetic resonances that can affect playback. The result is imaging of unprecedented clarity and dimension.


ACC - Articulation Control Console brochureRead more about ACC Series and the patented technologies Bruce Brisson has developed over the last 35 years. Including 2C3D – engineered to create a believable three dimensional soundstage from a two channel system; FAT – Fractional Articulation Technology which works to optimize and maintain the harmonic structure within the octaves; JFA II-Jitter Free Analog II – preserves an accurate, stable music signal; and SIT–Stable Image Technology.


Sold in pairs.

ACC 206 Articulation Control Console Starting – $64,999

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ACC 206 Articulation Console Speaker Interface

The moniker Note Perfect was chosen by Bruce Brisson to represent MIT product or products that meet or exceed his best expectations. Look for this symbol of excellence when working on systems that are intended to return performance without peer.The ACC 206 and 210BW are a blend of the smaller size of the ACC 169 plus the stylish and vibration isolating features of the ACC 268. To increase performance MIT adds more Poles of Articulation, which demands a slightly larger enclosure. As with all ACC Series interfaces, the ACC 206 is designed to sit next to, or behind, a mid to large sized speaker enclosure. ACC 206 and 210BW technology provide increased saturation of image that will appear “seamless” to the listener. You’ll experience textures and timbre that are realistic, believable and hugely dimensional from left to right, front to back and top to bottom. The unique 2C3D capabilities of this design are astonishingly realistic, and at the same time invisible in terms of speakers and speaker placement. The “speakers disappear” is a description commonly used by knowledgeable audiophiles when they first experience the ACC 206 and 210BW.

ACC Design considerations:
working quietly for a lifetime

The stylish CNC milled solid billet aluminum enclosure used for the ACC 268 is the largest MIT has ever produced. This is warranted both by the size of the internal parts as well as “proximity sensitivities” that must be considered as the parts are located. Articulation control consoles include several new anti-resonance schemes, including internal surface alignments and new methods of isolation.

Machined enclosures:
technology and performance

The internal parts of each ACC interface are primarily handmade and require about 200 hours of labor to complete. Each component is meticulously matched, piece by piece. every part is positioned and hand soldered in place. The complexity and number of networks involved require more internal space and insulation from vibration. This is managed by mounting and isolating the network assemblies on an internal plinth, eliminating sympathetic resonances that can affect playback. The result is imaging of unprecedented clarity and dimension.

Read more about ACC Series and the patented technologies Bruce Brisson has developed over the last 35 years. Including 2C3D – engineered to create a believable three dimensional soundstage from a two channel system; FAT – Fractional Articulation Technology which works to optimize and maintain the harmonic structure within the octaves; JFA II-Jitter Free Analog II – preserves an accurate, stable music signal; and SIT–Stable Image Technology.

Click to download the MIT Cables ACC Series-Articulation Control Center brochure – (large 5MB PDF download)

ACC 169 Articulation Control Console  starting – $44,999 – $53,999

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“If your systems components and speakers are worthy of the best interface, then the MIT ACC169 will take you places musically you would not have though possible.”

“…qualities of speed, resolution and the ability to render tonal color, texture, impact and the sheer weight and presence of the real thing, these products are really components that are as important to achieving sonic realism as any other element in the system.”

Dave Clark, Editor

Read more here: Positive Feedback Writers’ Choice Award – ACC 169

“The soundstage conjured by the MIT really pushed the limits of the Sonus Faber Lilium loudspeakers, feeling limitless.”

“Acoustic instruments are extremely well served by the MIT.”

“…offers up a level of sheer tactile realism, unable to be reached with prior cable looms I’ve auditioned, with timbre and texture that is spot on.”

Positive Feedback Online

Gregory Petan, Positive Feedback

Read more here: Positive Feedback ACC 169 Articulation Console Review by Gregory Petan

ACC 268 Articulation Console Speaker Interface
The moniker Note Perfect was chosen by Bruce Brisson to represent MIT product or products that meet or exceed his best expectations. Look for this symbol of excellence when working on systems that are intended to return performance without peer.The ACC 169 and 173BW are the first of the three performance levels, suited to any high resolution speaker that is dynamic and well powered. The unique enclosure is designed to allow the large Music Hose® to couple with the face, or dashboard end of the enclosure, while the output tails exit the opposite end nearest the binding posts of the speaker. This allows easy access to the ACC controls for swift and accurate setup. There are 169 Poles of Articulation inside at work preserving a delicate and complex musical signal. At the same time it is storing and delivering reserve power to the driver complement, whenever additional energy is required by the audio signal. When either the ACC 169 or 173BW interfaces are installed in a top-tier system, a musical presentation will seem faster and begin to “pop” and “hang in space”, while remaining articulate and “easy” or “open sounding” in detail.

ACC Design considerations:
working quietly for a lifetime

The stylish CNC milled solid billet aluminum enclosure used for the ACC 268 is the largest MIT has ever produced. This is warranted both by the size of the internal parts as well as “proximity sensitivities” that must be considered as the parts are located. Articulation control consoles include several new anti-resonance schemes, including internal surface alignments and new methods of isolation.

Machined enclosures:
technology and performance

The internal parts of each ACC interface are primarily handmade and require about 200 hours of labor to complete. Each component is meticulously matched, piece by piece. every part is positioned and hand soldered in place. The complexity and number of networks involved require more internal space and insulation from vibration. This is managed by mounting and isolating the network assemblies on an internal plinth, eliminating sympathetic resonances that can affect playback. The result is imaging of unprecedented clarity and dimension.

Read more about ACC Series and the patented technologies Bruce Brisson has developed over the last 35 years. Including 2C3D – engineered to create a believable three dimensional soundstage from a two channel system; FAT – Fractional Articulation Technology which works to optimize and maintain the harmonic structure within the octaves; JFA II-Jitter Free Analog II – preserves an accurate, stable music signal; and SIT–Stable Image Technology.

More Reviews

Click to download the MIT Cables ACC Series-Articulation Control Center brochure – (large 5MB PDF download)

Oracle Matrix Super HD 120 Rev. 2 Speaker Interface, 8ft starting- $29,999

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Standard 120/145 Articulation Poles – Bi-Wire configuration 124/149 Articulation Poles

Built off of the Oracle SHD120 platform, the Oracle Matrix SHD120 Rev.2 still houses its network inside of the CNC machined t6 billet aluminum enclosure to isolate and protect sympathetic vibrations from entering the internal network. F.A.T. technology gives the listener the ability to tune up or down the amount of Poles of Articulation giving the flexibility to listen to various qualities of recordings without being to critical. New to the Oracle Matrix SHD120 Rev.2 is the addition of 2C3D technology, giving listeners the best in soundstage and realism in textures and timbre.

Built to exacting tolerances from end to end, the Oracle Matrix SHD 120 Rev.2 is capable of revealing tonal complexity, amazingly lifelike transients and stunning detail over a quiet background. The ultimate interface for the discerning audiophile!

The listener can choose standard definition with 120 Poles of Articulation or high definition (FAT) with 145 Poles of Articulation. This choice is purely subjective, and is system and listening environment dependant.

The Matrix is sleek and rakish in appearance, and beautifully finished in a multi-coat Ferrari silver. A new CNC machined T6 aluminum billet enclosure isolates and protects sympathetic vibrations from entering the internal networks to avoid any loss of image. This extra measure dramatically reduces the possibility of additional distortions entering the system at elevated sound pressure levels. Built to exacting tolerances from end to end, the Oracle Matrix SHD120 Rev.2 is the ultimate interface for the discerning audiophile!

The Bi-Wire version of the Oracle Matrix SHD120 Rev.2 offers 124 Poles of Articulation in standard mode, or a full 149 Poles of Articulation in high definition (FAT) mode.

Sold in pairs.

Oracle Matrix HD 90 Rev. 2 Bi-Wire Speaker Interface, 8ft starting- $16,999

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94/119 Articulation Poles (Bi-Wire Configuration)

Unsurpassed control of articulation and imaging with Fractional Articulation Technology and 2C3D Technology.

Built to the same exacting HD specifications as the Oracle Matrix HD120, The Oracle Matrix HD 90 Rev.2 uses the same cost-effective combination of materials in its enclosure, including a CNC machined T6 billet aluminum base which isolates and protects sympathetic vibrations from entering the internal networks to avoid any lose of image. Featuring F.A.T Technology with a base of 94 Poles in SD mode and 119 Poles in HD mode, similar its predecessor (Oracle Matrix HD 90 Rev.1), the Rev.2 introduces 2C3D technology. The addition of 2C3D along with HD technology gives you an unmatched soundstage and the most natural of timbres and textures.

Fractional Articulation Technology, developed with a test and measurement technique called Fractional Octave Analysis, is the latest breakthrough in component interfacing from MIT Cables. Building on MA-X Technology, which reveals the entire spectrum of out-of-octave harmonics, F.A.T. reveals all of the music that exists inter-octave. By selecting HD and engaging F.A.T., one hears lifelike transients and improved detail within the octaves of complex music.

The listener can choose standard definition with 90 Poles of Articulation or high definition (FAT) with 115 Poles of Articulation. This choice is purely subjective, and is system and listening environment dependant.

The Matrix is sleek and rakish in appearance, and beautifully finished in a multi-coat Ferrari silver. A new CNC machined T6 aluminum billet enclosure isolates and protects sympathetic vibrations from entering the internal networks to avoid any loss of image. This extra measure dramatically reduces the possibility of additional distortions entering the system at elevated sound pressure levels. Built to exacting tolerances from end to end, the Oracle Matrix HD 90 Rev. 2 is the ultimate interface for the discerning audiophile!

Sold in pairs.

Oracle Matrix HD 90 Rev. 2 Speaker Interface, 8ft starting – $14,999.00

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90/115 Articulation Poles

Unsurpassed control of articulation and imaging with Fractional Articulation Technology

Built to the same exacting HD specifications as the Oracle Matrix HD120, The Oracle Matrix HD 90 Rev.2 uses the same cost-effective combination of materials in its enclosure, including a CNC machined T6 billet aluminum base which isolates and protects sympathetic vibrations from entering the internal networks to avoid any lose of image. Featuring F.A.T Technology with a base of 90 Poles in SD mode and 115 Poles in HD mode, similar its predecessor (Oracle Matrix HD 90 Rev.1), the Rev.2 introduces 2C3D technology. The addition of 2C3D along with HD technology gives you an unmatched soundstage and the most natural of timbres and textures.

Fractional Articulation Technology, developed with a test and measurement technique called Fractional Octave Analysis, is the latest breakthrough in component interfacing from MIT Cables. Building on MA-X Technology, which reveals the entire spectrum of out-of-octave harmonics, F.A.T. reveals all of the music that exists inter-octave. By selecting HD and engaging F.A.T., one hears lifelike transients and improved detail within the octaves of complex music.

The listener can choose standard definition with 90 Poles of Articulation or high definition (FAT) with 115 Poles of Articulation. This choice is purely subjective, and is system and listening environment dependant.

The Matrix is sleek and rakish in appearance, and beautifully finished in a multi-coat Ferrari silver. A new CNC machined T6 aluminum billet enclosure isolates and protects sympathetic vibrations from entering the internal networks to avoid any loss of image. This extra measure dramatically reduces the possibility of additional distortions entering the system at elevated sound pressure levels. Built to exacting tolerances from end to end, the Oracle Matrix HD 90 Rev. 2 is the ultimate interface for the discerning audiophile!

Sold in pairs.

Oracle MA-X SHD Proline XLR Interconnect starting- $21,999 pr

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Award(s) and Recognition(s):


The Benefits of Interface Pairing:

Relative to the following review and 2017 and 2018 Editors’ Choice Award, the Oracle MA-X SHD Interconnects were used in the “interface chain” from sources to the final link – the ACC 268 speaker interface. This “system” approach designed to properly interface components allows the sonic experience to become more than the sum of its parts. The Oracle MA-X SHD is recognized in both the review and as a contributor to the 2017 and 2018 Editor’s Choice Award for the ACC 268.


2018 and 2017 Editors’ Choice Award – The Absolute Sound

The Oracle MA-X SHD Proline XLR Interconnect is the next generation of fully-adjustable articulation audio interfaces. Designed to pair with the ACC Series and the Oracle Matrix SHD line of speaker interfaces, the Oracle MA-X SHD Proline XLR utilizes an unsurpassed 110 poles of articulation. With 113 poles of articulation, the timbre is full, natural and rich, and the textures remain thick and dense, ensuring that voices and instruments will not lose their natural tones.


2017 Writers’ Choice Award – Positive Feedback

“…qualities of speed, resolution and the ability to render tonal color, texture, impact and the sheer weight and presence of the real thing, these products are really components that are as important to achieving sonic realism as any other element in the system.”

Dave Clark, Editor

Read more here: Positive Feedback Writers’ Choice Award – MA-X SHD XLR Interconnect


Review(s):


Review – The Absolute Sound – ACC 268 and MA-X SHD

What the heck is an Articulation Control Console?
To a cynic, it’s nothing more than a fancy name for a speaker cable. To others, the Articulation Control Console represents the culmination of everything MIT founder Bruce Brisson has learned over his 35-plus-year career designing…

“Stratospheric”,”…unlike any other differences I’ve heard between components.”

Robert Harley, Editor – Absolute Sound

Read more here: The ACC 268 Review by Robert Harley


Review – Positive Feedback ACC 169 and MA-X SHD XLR InterconnectPositive Feedback MA-X SHD XLR Interconnect Review

“Through the new MIT interconnects and speaker interface, the vocals are so present and unbelievably grainless and clear.”

“The images are unraveled and for the first time, totally discreet via the MIT cables.”

“…precise imaging and a level of resolution creating an atmosphere much like being in the microphone booth of the recording studio.”

Positive Feedback Online

Gregory Petan, Positive Feedback

Read more here: Positive Feedback ACC 169 Articulation Console Review by Gregory Petan


High-End Tradeshow Review(s):


T.H.E. Show Newport Beach 2011

The Absolute Sound’s Robert Harley – Best Sound – The Audio Salon: Spectral/Magico/MIT/ASC


Reference Redefined

Advanced laboratory test and measurement equipment enabled Music Interface Technologies to include Fractional Articulation Technology in the designs of its reference level products. MIT first unveiled this technology in 2010 as “Fractional Articulation Technology” (F.A.T.) in its Oracle MA-X HD Rev. 2 Speaker Interfaces. Thanks to improved manufacturing techniques, MIT is proud to offer this technology in an entirely new product line, including Super High Definition Speaker Interfaces.

What is Fractional Articulation Technology and HD Switching?

Prior to 2007, the thrust of MIT Cables’ engineering focused on optimizing a cable’s ability to transport an audio signal octave-to-octave. In 2007, MIT introduced Maximum Articulation technology which built upon previous Oracle designs to include the optimization of harmonics outside the octave. In 2010, this technology was expanded to allow the user to fine tune system articulation, helping to further optimize the articulation of harmonics that reside outside the octave, preserving pitch and ensuring the consonance or integrity of the musical experience.

Fractional Articulation Technology was born of a test and measurement technique called Fractional Octave Analysis, going another step in optimizing and maintaining the harmonic structure of the audio signal. Instead of concentrating only on harmonics outside the octave, interval optimization within the octave is achieved, improving the natural textures and density of the music. Simply put, by combining both Maximum Articulation and Fractional Articulation technologies, more of the audio signal is properly transported through the interface. Further, the user has more control of his or her entire listening experience as F.A.T. is activated or deactivated by the use of a simple switch.

Fractional Articulation Technology and HD Switching

Oracle Matrix SHD 120 rev. 2 – With the simple turn of the selector switch, you can move from “Standard Definition” to “Super High Definition” mode by activating Fractional Articulation Technology (F.A.T.). experience.
Oracle Matrix HD 90 Rev. 2 – The Oracle Matrix High Definition 90 Rev. 2 Speaker Interface, like its big brother, also allows the user to choose to enable F.A.T. in either “Standard Definition” or “Super High Definition” mode with a simple switch selection, adding 25 extra Articulation Poles.

What is 2C3D Technology?

In this update, Bruce Brisson has provided the listener with the ability to engage a network not present in the original Oracle MA-X SHD: a Two-Channel Three-Dimensional (“2C3D”) circuit. 2C3D technology provides listeners with the opportunity to engage a second switch to activate this additional circuit board of tuned networks. Once 2C3D is engaged, the cables will launch energy into the room creating a more physical and immersive experience, much like recalling the “feel” of a live musical performance.

Awards and Industry Recognition

Oracle SHD 120 Rev.1, Rev.2 – 2015, 2014, 2013 Editor’s Choice Award – The Absolute Sound

By means of MIT’s new F.A.T. (Fractional Articulation Technology), Oracle Matrix speaker cables improve transient response and resolution with the turn of a built-in switch that engages more “poles of articulation” within their CNC-milled T6 aluminum “network” boxes…

Oracle HD 90 Rev.1, Rev.2 – 2015, 2014, 2013 Editors’ Choice Award – The Absolute Sound

In their “High-Definition” position, the Matrices are, indeed, capable of very high resolution and transparency to sources, while also preserving the colorlessly neutral tonal palette that MIT has long been known for…

Editors' Choice 2017, 2018, 2019

Oracle MA-X SHD Interconnects – 2017, 2018 Editors’ Choice Award – The Absolute Sound

“Like MIT’s Oracle speaker cable, the companion Oracle MA-X interconnect fully reveals the textural warmth, body, and saturation of tone colors one hears from live instruments.The soundstaging is equally impressive, delivering a huge and transparent rendering with precise placement of images. Small knobs on the termination boxes allow you to fine-tune the sound to your system. RH”

Oracle MA-X SHD Interconnects – 2017 Writers’ Choice Award – Positive Feedback

“The ACC 268’s adjustability takes the form of four knobs on the console’s top panel. Three of the knobs are marked “Low,” “Mid,” and “High,” respectively. The fourth on-off knob is marked “2C3D” (Two- Channel, Three-Dimensional). Rather than interpret the idea of “articulation” in cables, I’ve included an interview with Bruce Brisson so that you get the story straight from the horse’s mouth. “

CES 2016 – “Best Sound” by Jonathan Valin

MIT’s Oracle suite of Interfaces and Interconnects including the Oracle HD 90, MA-X SHD Interconnects, and Power Conditioning by the Z-Powerbar and Oracle Z Power Cords used in two Constellation venues.

Best Sound – Jonathan Valin – The Absolute Sound
“…produced the most realistic sound at the show…”
“… Sound by Julie Mullins – The Absolute Sound
“…the ML/Constellation exhibit was, IMO, as close as any system came to the absolute sound…”

AXPONA 2017 – “Best of Show”, “Best of Best”, “Best Sound”, “Best Sound and Clarity”, “Five Most Significant…”

MIT’s Oracle suite of Interfaces and Interconnects including the Oracle HD 90 and SHD 120, Oracle Matrix 50 Interconnects, MA-X SHD Interconnects, and Power Conditioning by the Z-Powerba and Oracle Z Power Cords used in three venues: Tweak Audio, Magico, and Martin Logan.

Best of Show (for the money) – Jonathan Valin – The Absolute Sound
Best Sound by Julie Mullins – The Absolute Sound
Five Most Significant Debuts by Julie Mullins – The Absolute Sound
Best Sound and Clarity by Steven Rochlin – Enjot the Music
The Best of the Best by Maurice Jeffries – Positive Feedback

Visit the MIT Cables Awards Page – there are many more awards and accolades than we can list here…

For over 35 years Bruce Brisson’s audio and video product designs utilizing his many patents have been recognized throughout the industry.
Including the following top Industry leading audio review magazines and websites:

Stereophile Magazine – Recommended Components, 500 Recommended Components
The Absolute Sound – Golden Ear Award, Top 100, Product of the Year, Editors’ Choice Award, Top Pick
Positive Feedback – Writers’ Choice Award, Online Writers’ Choice Award
Enjoy the Music – Best Sound
Blue Moon – Blue Moon Award,  Best of the Year, Writers’ Favorite

Oracle SHD Series: Interfaces and Interconnects

Oracle MA-X SHD Phono Interconnect

Oracle MA-X SHD Phono Interconnect

$15,999.00$16,999.00
Oracle Speaker Jumpers Cables

Oracle Speaker Jumper Cables

$999.00
Oracle Z-Cord Reference FP Power Cable

Oracle Z-Cord Reference FP – Networked

$5,999.00$6,799.00
Oracle Z-Cord Reference AC Power Cable

Oracle Z-Cord Reference – Non-networked

$1,499.00$1,999.00

Oracle MA-X Phono Interconnect – RCA

$9,499.00$10,099.00

Oracle MA-X Digital Interconnect – AES/EBU

$4,999.00$6,499.00

Oracle MA-X Digital Interconnect – SP/DIF

$3,999.00$4,999.00

Oracle MA Rev. 2 Digital Interconnect – AES/EBU

$2,499.00$3,099.00

Oracle MA Rev. 2 Digital Interconnect – SP/DIF

$1,999.00$2,399.00
Oracle MA-X SHD Interconnect

Oracle MA-X SHD (Super High Definition Interconnects) – RCA

$19,999.00$23,399.00
Oracle MA_X Rev.3 Interconnect

Oracle MA-X Rev. 3 Interconnects – RCA

$15,999.00$19,199.00
Oracle MA Rev.1 Interconnect

Oracle MA Rev. 1 Interconnects – RCA

$10,999.00$13,799.00
Oracle Matrix 50 HD Rev2 Interconnect

Oracle Matrix HD 50 Rev. 2 Interconnects – RCA

$7,999.00$9,559.00
2C3D Level 1 Speaker Interface
MIT Cables Technologies - 2C3D FAT SHD HD SIT JFA Multipole

John Atkinson

“I felt I had to note the sound in this room. Cabling was all-MIT, with MIT Oracle MA-X balanced connections between preamp and power amplifier and with MIT’s new Heritage series 2C3D Level 1 speaker cables and MIT’s Z-Strip providing clean AC power.”

CES 2018 – Stereophile – John Atkinson

“I have been attending CES since 1979 and music-rich experiences like this are what keeps the show real for me.”
“…every detail of the complex, tone cluster-rich scoring was clearly revealed, yet without any unnatural spotlighting, and with superbly natural tone colors.” John Atkinson

Munich High End 2017 – Jonathan Valin on the Heritage Series – The Absolute Sound

“I was able to finally get a seat in the Magico room featuring the company’s S3 MkII loudspeakers, Spectral electronics, and MIT’s MI-2C3D Level ONE speaker cables and impedance-matching line-level interfaces from its new Heritage series. According to MIT, the Heritage series incorporates significant cost reductions, such as smaller capacitors and inductors from those in MIT’s reference Oracle and Matrix products, but with similar circuit topologies. This is the kind of trickle-down I’ve been waiting to see! The sound of the system was lifelike and present, with terrific clarity and immediacy, broad soundstaging, and very good transparency.” Jonathan Valin

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MIT Heritage – MI-2C3D

The Challenge:

The challenge – Two years ago another manufacturer from High End Audio suggested to Bruce Brisson C.E.O MIT Cables, “The industry needs a great sounding $10k Speaker Cable without switches or exotic enclosure materials and finishes”. Further, he challenged Bruce to deliver $30k in performance for $10k at the point of sale. He took the challenge. High on Bruce’s list was to maintain the lineage of the “Heritage sound” combined with the “Heritage look”

This feat would require extreme cuts in parts, labor and materials. Machined aluminum enclosures were eliminated and switching options removed. While his circuit topologies remained similar or the same, capacitor and inductor sizes were reduced by using more “through hole” technology along with printed circuit boards. To put it simply; Bruce took Oracle and Matrix topologies, used smaller capacitors and inductors and ‘stuffed’ them into the original Shotgun and Magnum (AKA Heritage enclosures).

The Heritage MI-2C3D Series: The answer

The Heritage MI-2C3D Series: The answer – The cable Bruce created to answer the challenge became the MI-2C3D Level 2. Complete 30K performance at a 10K price point. Challenge met. Not one to quit there, Bruce continued to “bracket” this design with another offering even better performance and one with a little less technology, offered at an even lower price point. These interfaces are the new MIT MI-2C3D Series and available at three levels and three price points; Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3.

MIT Heritage – EVO – less than 4K for High End Performance

MIT Heritage – EVO

The Heritage EVO Series – The Evolution of performance interfaces below $4K

Over the last 35 years MIT has introduced many successful products that garnered a large following based (in part) on excellent reviews published by the absolute sound “Music Interface Technologies AVt1”,  6 moons.com  “MIT Cables Shotgun S1 Loom” , and Stereophile recommended components “MIT CVT Terminator 2”.

This After completion of the 2C3D project, Bruce decided to look into keeping these three special models alive by enhancing them with improved parts and miniaturizing techniques inside other “Heritage Enclosures”. This would allow him to resurrect and perpetuate them as the EVO One, EVO Two and EVO Three models. Bruce regards this project as a ”homage” to these highly regarded products and reviews. With the inclusion of three EVO versions, MIT will introduce the complete Heritage Series for 2017.

Over the past three decades and through to 2017, the technology used in these speaker interfaces and interconnects have received multiple industry awards including; Product of the Year, Editor’s Choice, Blue Moon, Best Sound, Best of Show, and many more.

Heritage Series: 2C3D and EVO

2C3D Level 3 Audio Interconnect – RCA

$4,199.00$5,749.00

2C3D Level 2 Audio Interconnect – RCA

$5,924.00$7,939.00

2C3D Level 1 Audio Interconnect – RCA

$7,999.00$10,199.00

EVO One Audio Interconnect – RCA

$2,399.00$3,519.00

EVO Two Audio Interconnect – RCA

$1,399.00$2,539.00

EVO Three Audio Interconnect – RCA

$799.00$1,179.00

EVO Three Speaker Interface

$999.00$1,724.00

EVO Two Speaker Interface

$2,299.00$3,499.00

EVO One Speaker Interface

$3,799.00$5,999.00

2C3D Level 3 Speaker Interface

$5,999.00$7,999.00

2C3D Level 2 Speaker Interface

$9,999.00$13,099.00

2C3D Level 1 Speaker Interface

$16,999.00$22,400.00
Phono Landing Panel
All Phono Tech Bar

Exclusively For Vinyl Audiophiles: Oracle MA-X SHD, MA-X, SL 29 , SL-Matrix , and StyleLine

Multipole XFor the Vinyl Audiophiles seeking the best representation of the recorded event, MIT has you covered. At every level of Phono Interfacing offered, we bring to you what no other company has – Multipole Technology. Read the reviews, the patented technologies and whitepapers, see the awards and repeated “Best Sound”, “Best of Show” accolades from Industry respected Audiophiles and professionals alike. You too can reap the same rewards from your vinyl collections and chosen playback systems.

Turntable logoMIT’s Phono Interconnects

are specifically designed for the unique problems that cartridges and phono preamps present. Cartridges generate extremely low output levels, with “high” output cartridges putting 1/1000th the signal level of a typical CD player or other line level source. Noise picked up by the cable can easily distort that signal. Additionally, the terminating impedances of most phono preamps are very different from typical line level inputs. This will alter the articulation of the cable if not designed with that in mind.

To solve both problems, MIT uses a unique Quanti-Shield design for noise-free playback, and unique networks with selectable impedance settings (100 Ohm, 1 KOhms and 47 KOhms) in order to get the most from your records.

Tradeshows and Audio Expositions

MIT Cables is often asked by High-End Audio Dealers and leading High-End Audio manufacturers to provide the supporting Speaker Interfaces, Interconnects, Power Conditioning and technology to “tie the individual components into a complete system”.

MIT Cables approaches cabling to properly interface components to operate as a single unit, or “System”. A System approach creates a single voice from many different contributors, similar to an orchestra or chorus made up of many voices. Similar to tuning an orchestra to a single perfect pitch, properly interfaced components can become more than the sum of its parts. We celebrate with our exhibit partners and all that contributed to creating the sonic experience at each of our collective venues.

MIT’s Phono Interconnects have been used in a multitude of venues. Read an example of Show Awards and Recognitions below…

Movies – Soundtracks – Professional Recordings

MIT Cables patented Multipole and Filterpole Technologies combined are chosen to transport the most audible “information” (harmonics, timbre, etc.) of the recorded event that can be presented while providing the “clean power” from which to experience. You too can experience the  is often asked by High-End Audio Dealers and leading High-End Audio manufacturers to provide the supporting Speaker Interfaces, Interconnects, Power Conditioning and technology to “tie the individual components into a complete system”.

MIT Cables approaches cabling to properly interface components to operate as a single unit, or “System”. A System approach creates a single voice from many different contributors, similar to an orchestra or chorus made up of many voices. Similar to tuning an orchestra to a single perfect pitch, properly interfaced components can become more than the sum of its parts. We celebrate with our exhibit partners and all that contributed to creating the sonic experience at each of our collective venues.

MIT’s Phono Interconnects have been used in a multitude of venues. Read an example of Show Awards and Recognitions below…

Axpona 2017

Positive Feedback 2010 Writers’ Choice Award

Phono Series: Oracle, SL-Matrix, SL…

Oracle MA-X SHD Phono Interconnect

Oracle MA-X SHD Phono Interconnect

$15,999.00$16,999.00

Oracle MA-X Phono Interconnect – RCA

$9,499.00$10,099.00

MIT’s Power Conditioning Products:

MIT’s Z Power Conditioning patented AC power filtering technology is engineered to operate in parallel to the current flow, never in series like most other “power filters” do today. A series filter works by blocking, or rejecting certain types of noise. Imagine a series filter working by ‘shutting a door’ in the face of noisy pollutants. What happens to the noise after the door is closed? Since noise is energy, it cannot be destroyed; it must be consumed to be removed. So, when a series filter blocks or rejects unwanted noise, it simply reflects the noise right back to the source. The noise has not been removed, only reflected. This type of filter cannot rid itself of noise, as the noise is continually reflected between the series filter and the source, again and again.

In comparison the Z Power Conditioning uses patented parallel “AC Filterpoles”™; a tuned LCR technology. This technology eliminates reflections by efficiently absorbing all forms of AC noise on the mains, and then converting it into harmless thermal heat. The result? Once the MIT Z Power Conditioning products are working to clean, condition and protect your AV system, you will instantly enjoy “blacker” blacks, better color saturation, and increased shadow detail; Movie sound tracks will deliver dialog, Foley sounds and background music with Theater-like quality. Because your audio system now has a lowered noise floor, you will have pinpoint audio image placement within a lifelike soundstage, all with clear and authoritative bass.

What are Filterpoles?

‘In comparison Poles of Attenuation (Referenced in The Impedance Domain) A properly built AC filter will not only attenuate un-wanted noise on the AC powerline, but it will also optimize the power factor. Power Factor is a (dimensionless) number between 0 and 1. When power factor is equal to 0, the energy flow is entirely reactive, and stored energy in the load returns to the source on each cycle. When the power factor is 1, all the energy supplied by the source is consumed by the load and nothing is reflected back to the source. MIT was awarded a patent on this technology regarding audio in July 13, 1993: number 5,227,962.

The best way to attenuate unwanted noise is to create a very low impedance (a zero of impedance across the load which acts as an attenuation pole to the noise) surrounding the frequency (or frequencies) of the undesirable noise. In the case of audio, that would be at any frequency other than the powerline frequency. This is best accomplished by placing a tuned circuit in parallel, around the load. MIT was awarded this patent in November 9, 1993: number 5,260,862.

Power Series: Z Power and Predator

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