The Oracle Super High Definition Series

2013 Product of the Year by Robert Harley - The Absolute Sound.

" The MIT MA-X SHD loudspeaker cable and MA-X2 interconnects are simply without peer..."

"The sense of seeing through the soundstage to instruments at the back of the hall and hearing them as separate objects rather than as part of the overall sonic tapestry is alone worth the price of admission."

"...these cables and interconnects are world-class references."

MIT Oracle Series Awards

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?

Prior to 2006, the thrust of MIT Cables’ engineering focused on optimizing a cable’s ability to transport an audio signal octave-to-octave. In 2006, 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.

The Adjustable Articulation response Module (A.A.R.M.)

The Oracle MA-X SHD Rev 1 provides the audiophile with another dimension of control to perfect the listening experience, allowing precise “fine tuning” of the articulation. This is made possible through the use of the unique adjustable Dual Articulation Controls mounted on the front of each enclosure. With the simple rotation of either of the Bandwidth Articulation Selector knobs, the listener can achieve the optimal balance between transients, detail, imaging and musicality – optimized for each listener’s room.

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.





Oracle MA-X SHD Rev.1 Speaker Interfaces

The Oracle MA-X Super High Definition Speaker Interface includes the ability to choose to enable F.A.T. in either high definition or super high definition with a simple switch selection.

 

  • 105 Articulation Poles in Standard Definition
  • 130 Articulation Poles in High Definition Mode
  • 155 Articulation Poles in Super High Definition Mode
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    "The MIT MA-X SHD loudspeaker cable and MA-X-C interconnects are simply without peer"

    "...over the top. The sense of seeing through the soundstage to instruments at the back of the hall, and hearing them as separate objects rather than just part of the overall sonic tapestry, is alone worth the price of admission."

    Robert Harley - The Absolute Sound July 2013

    Read the Review by Robert Harley —Oracle MA-X SHD and MA-X2!

    The review: http://www.mitcables.com/us-reviews/us-reviews/oracle-ma-x-shd-tas.html

    Oracle Matrix SHD Rev.2 120 Speaker Interfaces

    The Oracle Matrix Super High Definition Rev.2 120 Speaker Interface allows the user to choose to enable F.A.T. in either high definition or super high definition with a simple switch selection, adding 25 extra Articulation Poles.

     

  • 120 Articulation Poles in Standard Definition Mode
  • 145 Articulation Poles in Super High Definition Mode
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    Oracle Matrix HD 90 Rev.2 Speaker Interfaces

    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 with a simple switch selection, adding 25 extra Articulation Poles.

     

  • 90 Articulation Poles in Standard Definition Mode
  • 115 Articulation Poles in High Definition Mode
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