Oracle V2.5 XLR Interconnect

Oracle V2.5 XLR Interconnect

71 Articulation Poles (XLR)

    MIT XLR technology: What is a balanced (XLR) cable and why do I want it? When someone asks this question, they are usually referring to a cable with 3 pin XLR connectors. XLR connectors combined with a properly designed cable can provide better noise rejection and potentially greater dynamics than a single-ended cable (RCA). MIT takes conventional balanced cable design one step further by adding another path for the chassis ground. This additional path is independent of the earth ground that is inside the wire, allowing MIT balanced cables to have the very best noise rejection and audio performance possible.

  • OFC cable construction offers best shielding and faster transients and better energy storage for more natural bass reproduction.
  • Coils are hand wound and matched to exacting tolerances for rock solid image definition.
  • Multipole Technology–68 Poles of Articulation for more useable musical bandwidth.
  • Adjustable Articulation Response Module (A.A.R.M.) dial to fine tune system articulation for difficult rooms.
  • Adjustable impedance matching for mixed components.
  • SIT® (Stable Image Technology) and JFA® (Jitter Free Analog) Stable Image Technology.
  • Three dimensional soundstage with X and Y axis extending beyond room boundaries and Z axis deepening beyond front wall.
  • “V” Configuration (cable enters and exits the enclosure on the same end) allows the interconnect housing to be placed on a nearby shelf or floor for ease of set-up, access to the controls and strain relief to the cables.
  • Generation 5 technology retains the tonal complexity and natural harmonic structure of the audio signal, stable at any sound pressure level.

  • Sold in pairs.