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MIT - Music Interface Technologies's Oracle Matrix HD 120 Biwire (Pair)
Speaker Cables by MIT - Music Interface Technologies
99/124 Articulation Poles
Unsurpassed control of articulation and imaging with Fractional Articulation Technology
Fractional Articulation Technology, developed with a test and measurement technique called Fractional Octave Analysis, is the latest breakthrough in component interfacing from MIT Cables. Building on MA-X Technology, which reveals the entire spectrum of out-of-octave harmonics, F.A.T. reveals all of the music that exists inter-octave. By selecting HD and engaging F.A.T., one hears lifelike transients and improved detail within the octaves of complex music.
The listener can choose standard definition with 99 Poles of Articulation or high definition (FAT) with 124 Poles of Articulation. This choice is purely subjective, and is system and listening environment dependant.
The Oracle Matrix HD features a smaller 9-pin Amphenol "mil spec" connector than compared to previous Oracle speaker interfaces. The unique detachable cable is hand assembled and hand twisted, using Teflon® insulated OFC (Oxygen Free Copper) strandings. The result is a smaller and more flexible hose; easier to connect, modular and completely convertible if length requirements change over time. This assembly is finished off with the patented CVT® Coupler that controls reflected energy from the loudspeakers and protects your equipment from overloads.
The Matrix is sleek and rakish in appearance, and beautifully finished in a multi-coat Ferrari silver. A new CNC machined T6 aluminum billet enclosure isolates and protects sympathetic vibrations from entering the internal networks to avoid any loss of image. This extra measure dramatically reduces the possibility of additional distortions entering the system at elevated sound pressure levels. Built to exacting tolerances from end to end, the Oracle Matrix HD is the ultimate interface for the discerning audiophile!