|Not once on any cable manufacturer site have I ever seen a meaningful and reliable FR test or noise test for any interconnect cable, yet for these chaps this would be trivial, hey I did it myself with a PC , some Freeware recording software and a USB sound card, it aint rocket science, yet look for one out there that shows any difference between stock interconnects and their exotic cables and you just will not find them, now why could this be ?
No FR information is presented here...
I am afraid that this is vague pseudo-science with no empirical backup, no graphs no measurements just wild assertions, where is the evidence to back any of this stuff up ? Where are the listening tests and the FR graphs?.
What are the units of measurement, what are the differences between MIT cables and other cables in the specified units of measurement ?. How do these measured differences correlate with audible differences ?
Pio2001 did a load of RMAA measurements on cableshttp://www.head-fi.org/forums/f133/m...5/#post5271863
he did not find
|the audible emphasis caused by the frequency-dependent, non-linear energy storage characteristics found in ordinary cables
nor frankly did I, all the cables I tested from cheap to expensive were FLAT in their FRs.
I read some more of their white papers , this onehttp://www.mitcables.com/pdf/output_term_series2_wp.pdf
is especially notable, here they discuss energy storage and efficiency in interconnect cables, implying that the FR of a bog-standard cable will be massively attenuated below 300Hz, this is just plain misleading, I have tested 77c cables there is no notable difference from 6hz to 20khz, their graphs are wholly misleading and use wholly inappropriate measures. Why did they not just measure the FRs of different cables, shall I tell you why ?
Their cable scores 723 joules in their made up term "energy component" against 1 joule for ordinary cable and they show a flatter "FR" for their cable based on this 723 joules, sorry but look at their "FR" this is just a joke and far inferior to the real FR I got with my 77c cable.