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Oracle MA-X Super HD Bi-Wire Speaker Interfaces

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MIT Oracle MA-X Super HD Bi-Wire Speaker Interfaces

The new Oracle MA-X Super High Definition speaker interface: Reference Redefined
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 rev. 2 Hd 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.

Today, through Fractional Articulation Technology (F.A.T.), interval optimization (notes within the octave) is achieved! The result is an interface that properly preserves additional timbre and more of the natural textures and density of music, “filling in the blanks and connecting the dots”–thus providing a higher definition audio playback.

Fractional Articulation Technology and HD Switching
With the simple turn of the selector switch, you can move from “Standard definition” to “High definition” to “Super High definition” mode by activating Fractional Articulation Technology (F.A.T.).

F.A.T. enables these interfaces to retrieve additional information that resides within each octave of the musical signal, forming individual images with crisp detail and without artificial hardness. Smooth and liquid from top to bottom, F.A.T. precisely extracts information lost by JUST cables, rendering incredible detail and solid image placement with more lifelike transients than ever thought possible.

The result: improved timbre, texture and unparalleled detail, while preserving all of the delicate spatial information associated with Maximum Articulation.

SL-Matrix 70 Speaker Interface

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MIT SL-Matrix 70 Speaker Interface

The relative strength of harmonics relative to a note’s fundamental frequency is what gives each instrument its characteristic tonal color. SL-Matrix 70 speaker interface and SL-Matrix 36 audio interfaces feature Poles of Articulation optimized through all ten audible octaves, centered about the central frequency of all Western music (A4 = 440 Hz). The SL-Matrix 70 speaker interface and SL-Matrix 36 audio interfaces then add numerous harmonics to each octave in proper proportion according to the physics of music. When multiple instru- ments are played together, accurate timbre for each is what develops musical density and texture, easily heard in live performances but very difficult to recreate with a music system. By reproducing at least seven harmonics in accurate balance, the timbre of each instrument can be completely realistically portrayed. When the highest frequencies are aligned in correct amplitude and time, the imaging and soundstage cues snap into focus and the recording setup and environment are clearly delineated in space.

The SL-Matrix 70/36 Series were designed together to be a synergistic pairing to bring you much more of the music present in your recordings. Compared to ‘just cable’, you’ll hear a richer, more dense texture in musical pieces, revealing a properly layered presentation.

SL-Matrix 39 Speaker Interface


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MIT Speaker Cable – 39

MIT Cables’ core audio cable technology is our exclusive Poles of Articulation, named after the fact that every audio cable has a single point where it is most efficient at storing and transporting energy. At this point in the audio frequency spectrum, the cable will articulate best, and represents the cables’ particular Articulation Pole.

The SL-Matrix 39 speaker and suggest paring with the SL-Matrix 26 audio interfaces (available in both balanced and single-ended configurations) are the result of a two-year project to miniaturize and improve the hallmark MIT network systems. Designed as a paired system, the SL-Matrix 39 speaker and SL-Matrix 26 audio interfaces excel in the all-important midrange octaves for increased realism and naturalness of voices and musical instruments. Special attention has been given to the critical region between middle C and A440Hz, where most vocal and solo instrument information resides. This adds to your enjoyment of both music and movies, as all of the fundamental frequencies and first several harmonics are presented in perfect balance with each other.

MIT’s SL-Matrix 39 represents 30 years of MIT innovation, distilled down to more affordable price points.

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