The ACC Series The Oracle High Definition Series The Heritage Series The SL-Matrix and StyleLine Series The Vero Headphone Series
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.

"Let us help you make the most of your A/V components!"
Bruce Brisson,  Founder & CEO of MIT

                                                    

MIT Audio Cable Series

MIT - Winner of Seven 2018 Editor's Choice Awards

 

ACC268 Articulation Control Console

"MIT ACC268 $80,000 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......"

Vero 50ex Headphome Amplifier

"$3199 The Vero50ex is Music Interface Technology’s first headphone amplifier, and the first product to incorporate in active electronics (rather than in cables) the company’s “2C3D” and “Multipole” technologies. The result, as in MIT’s cables, is a spectacular soundstage that moves the image outside your head. With a warmish tonal balance, the Vero is unfatiguing. With 3W of output power, the Vero 50ex will drive any head- phones with ease. RH, Ultimate Guide to Headphones and Personal Audio "

Oracle MA Rev.1

"Like MIT’s Oracle MA 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 Matrix 50 Rev.2

"Making use of technology derived from MIT’s top-line Oracle MA-X interconnect, the Oracle Matrix 50 interconnect is designed to match the specific input impedance of whatever gear it is connected to via an adjustable three-position impedance switch. When impedance is set properly, the 50 performs exactly as ..."
 

Oracle MA-X Rev.3 / MA-X SHD

"The Oracle MA-X2 inter- connect delivers the same sonic virtues as the MA-X SHD loudspeaker cables, creating a synergy that allows each interface to realize its potential. Soundstages are vast (and micro-detailed) with a tremendous sense of bloom around images and lifelike warmth and tone color. The best-sounding interconnects RH has heard. RH, 234"

StyleLine SL 8 Interconnect

"RD always equated MIT (Music Interface Technologies) audio cables with crazy-unreachable prices, but now there’s the new entry-level StyleLine Series. The SL 8/SL 9 pairing offered ..."

StyleLine SL 9 Speaker Cables

"...neutral top-to-bottom balance, allowing RD to indulge in the detail-fest that makes the sport of the high end so much fun. Mouth sounds, the sonic signatures of the microphones, the “sound” of the recording studio—all came through clear as day. RD, 236"

Vero Headphone Cables and Dongles - TAS POY 2017

Comments from Pros to Audiophiles...

Robert Harley - Editor - The Absolute Sound

"MIT’s Vero Reference is the best headphone cable we’ve heard, and our 2017 Headphone Cable of the Year Award winner. (Ultimate Guide to Headphones and Personal Audio)"

Thomas Moore - Four-Time GRAMMY Award Winning Recording Producer and Engineer

"You might not know just how good your headphones really are unless you have the MIT Vero cabling. The way that Vero provides a crystal clear, transparent, and three dimensional listening experience with a headphone is nothing short of astounding."

Ian Dobie - Recording Engineer

"Adapter (Vero Dongle)on ATH-M50- Big change in tonal soundscape. Imaging became wider, high frequency information smoothed out, mid range opened up, bass had better resonance and tone overall became more accurate and natural."
"MIT (Vero) Cable on the bowling balls- Wow."
"The top end was silky smooth and the bass opened up considerably. The midrange intonation was more accurate, while still sounding natural, and harmonies sounded rich and full."

Brian Murphy - Vero Tester - As posted on Headfi.org

"soundstage sounded larger across all of the songs."
"...horns had more life to their sound with better clarity and emphasis on the attacks."
"...filled the soundstage more, giving a closer presentation"
"Goose bumps. Goose bumps everywhere.”
"In my 16 years of audio experience I’ve not seen a headphone cable make as much of a difference as this."

Vero Headphone Cables and Dongles - TAS Top Pick 2017

Comments from Pros to Audiophiles...

Robert Harley - Editor - The Absolute Sound

"MIT’s Vero Reference is the best headphone cable we’ve heard, and our 2017 Headphone Cable of the Year Award winner. (Ultimate Guide to Headphones and Personal Audio)"

Thomas Moore - Four-Time GRAMMY Award Winning Recording Producer and Engineer

"You might not know just how good your headphones really are unless you have the MIT Vero cabling. The way that Vero provides a crystal clear, transparent, and three dimensional listening experience with a headphone is nothing short of astounding."

Ian Dobie - Recording Engineer

"Adapter (Vero Dongle)on ATH-M50- Big change in tonal soundscape. Imaging became wider, high frequency information smoothed out, mid range opened up, bass had better resonance and tone overall became more accurate and natural."
"MIT (Vero) Cable on the bowling balls- Wow."
"The top end was silky smooth and the bass opened up considerably. The midrange intonation was more accurate, while still sounding natural, and harmonies sounded rich and full."

Brian Murphy - Vero Tester - As posted on Headfi.org

"soundstage sounded larger across all of the songs."
"...horns had more life to their sound with better clarity and emphasis on the attacks."
"...filled the soundstage more, giving a closer presentation"
"Goose bumps. Goose bumps everywhere.”
"In my 16 years of audio experience I’ve not seen a headphone cable make as much of a difference as this."

Vero 50ex Headphone Amplifier

Comments from Pros to Audiophiles...

The Absolute Sound - Ultimate Guide to Headphones and Personal Audio

"...the MIT (Vero Reference) cable and (50ex) amp are as good as Robert Harley has heard in revealing low-level and individual musical lines in complex passages."

Bob - Retired Orchestra Conductor

"The music moved me in such a way that it's the closest I can get to being there. It literally brought a tear to my eye."

Frank Iacone - Headphone.Guru

"The music was cleaner and clearer...I became consumed!"

Scott Hull - PartTimeAudiophile.com

"The sound was tonally full and expansive, with excellent bass response and dynamics..Extremely impressive."

Dustin - Vero Beta Tester

"The only way I can explain it is that I can hear more of everything but it is in all the right places...it's extraordinary!"

CES 2018 - Las Vegas, Nevada


 

Comments from the Show...

John Atkinson - Editor - Stereophile

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

MIT Cables will be demonstrating our unique Multipole interfacing technology and power conditioning in Las Vegas at the upcoming CES 2018. Stop by Constellation's Suite 29-116 in the Venetian Tower to enjoy the magnificent sounds that will thrill attendees and reviewers alike.

CES 2018: Suite 29-116, Venetian

MIT Cables with Constellation and Magico

NEW - ACC 169 Reviewed by Positive Feedback

NEW - ACC 169 Reviewed by Positive Feedback
Oracle MAX-SHD Interconnect Reviewed by Positive Feedback

MIT ACC 169 and SHD interconnects represent and beautifully demonstrate the result of decades of commitment to advancing interfacing technology, from the team at MIT.



NEW - ACC 268 Reviewed by Robert Harley

NEW - ACC 268 Reviewed by Robert Harley
Oracle MAX-SHD Interconnect Reviewed by Robert Harley

These mega-priced speaker cables
and interconnects introduce a new concept to the category. Robert
Harley offers an assessment.
Plus: MIT founder Bruce Brisson explains the technology behind
the Articulation Control Console.

The Absolute Sound - MIT Founder Talks with Robert Harley

MIT Founder Bruce
Brisson Talks with
Robert Harley and
explains the
technology behind the
Articulation Control
Console.


"MIT was the first
company to use networks
in cables. Why do cables
need networks?"

Read here: Robert Harley interviews Bruce Brisson


HIGH END Munich - MIT Articulation Control Console Series

 

Munich 2016 - "Best Sound (Cost No Object)"

Munich 2016 - "Most Significant Product Introduction"


MIT Cables in Germany

MIT Cables with Distributor Audio Components, will feature three systems at this year’s High End Society show at the M.O.C Convention Center in Munich Germany.

MIT Cables is interfacing these three exhibit rooms for the purpose of demonstrating the effect of properly interfacing 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.  Meet with us and hear what Multipole provides to a system in Atrium 4.1 from May 18 through May 21.

"The M.O.C. in Munich hosts the HIGH END, our well-known, popular and successful specialist trade fair, which sets the tone in Europe in the truest sense of the expression."

High End Society 2017

NEW - The Heritage Series - MI-2C3D Level 1, 2, and 3

 

The latest buzz from Munich:

Munich High End 2017 - Jonathan Valin on the Heritage - Absolute Sound

 

". ...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


MIT Heritage Series 2017 - MI-2C3D Level 1, 2, and 3

Approximately 2-Years ago a highly regarded amplifier manufacturer told Bruce Brisson he desired a “great sounding $10k speaker cable” to showcase his less expensive designs. He further referenced the performance of the SHD 120 Speaker cable within that discussion as a Bench Mark to shoot for. The designer’s goal was to deliver performance approaching the SHD 120 speaker cables (~29K /pr) for about half the cost. Brisson knew this would require extreme cuts in parts and labor. Machined aluminum enclosures were eliminated and special tuning options removed in favor of fixed (preset) circuits. While circuit topologies remained similar or the same, capacitor and inductor sizes were reduced by using more "through hole" technology on printed circuit boards.

To put simply: Bruce took Oracle and Matrix topologies, used smaller capacitors and inductors of the same values and ‘stuffed’ them into the 750/330 (AKA Heritage) black boxes. These products are called the MIT MI-2C3D series. They are now available in three levels; 2C3D Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3. With the inclusion of three EVO versions, MIT introduces 6 performance levels as The Heritage Series for 2017.

NEW - The Heritage Series - EVO One. Two, and Three

 

The latest buzz from Munich:

Munich High End 2017 - Jonathan Valin on the Heritage - Absolute Sound

 

". ...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


MIT Heritage Series for 2017 - EVO One, Two, and Three

Over the last 35 years MIT has introduced many successful products that garnered a large following based (in part) on excellent reviews published in the absolute sound (AVt1), 6 moons.com (Shotgun S1), and Stereophile recommended components (CVT Terminator 2). 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 1, EVO2 and EVO3 models. Bruce regards this project as a ”homage" to these highly regarded products.

With the inclusion of three MI-2C3D versions, MIT introduces 6 performance levels as The Heritage Series for 2017.

 

MIT Cables High-End Trade Shows

MIT Cables Tradeshows

MIT Cables in the Press

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