New MIT Audiophile cables for rich people
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|Cable manufacturer Music Interface Technologies (MIT) has improved their top-level Oracle Interfaces. Available in three performance levels -- Oracle v1, Oracle v2, and Oracle v3 -- new "point one" updates (v1.1, v2.1, and v3.1) feature redesigned speaker networks that are said to provide increased levels of detail, depth, and articulation over the previous versions. In addition, MIT has designed three new corresponding line-level interconnects that feature adjustable impedance networks that can optimize component interfacing. Due to recent research, MIT loudspeaker cables now have doubled the number of articulation poles in these new products, providing a significant increase in their ability to preserve natural tonal complexity. Oracle Speaker Interfaces are available starting at $4,995 single-ended ($5,495 for bi-wire). Oracle Component interfaces are available in both low-level (RCA) and balanced (XLR) versions and start at $1,995/single-ended and $2,495/balanced.|