Originally Posted by Audio Addict
Originally Posted by warp08
He didn't respond to my question, so I decided to let the man work on his new amp instead. I bring what I have. I'm also testing these from MIT with my new system:
Interesting. I have wondered about adding those network boxes since it just adds another piece into the signal. However, I know MIT and Transparent have been pretty successful.
Those boxes are heavy like a brick. They give you suspenders for them to prevent cable strain but the eval copy is only 1M long and I had a hard time to install them in behind my rack so they don't pull on the XLR sockets (and connectors) which is not covered under warranty if the solder joints separate due to constant pull. If I like them I need to get the 2M version for sure because of them boxes.
I'm reserving judgment on the Analog Oracle 2.2s until the initial break-in is complete, but the MA-X digital cables have already proven their worth. Whatever the "articulation setting" pot does, it works as advertised.
According to the dealer, despite their high price, they can't keep them in stock. Now dealers say these kinds of things from time to time. But if a used one pops up on Agon it's usually gone within a day or two.
Edited by warp08 - 4/24/11 at 4:39am