May 31, 2012 - California-based MIT Cables is pleased to be part of driving the future of high definition audio playback at the 2012 T.H.E. Show by having a presence at three locations.
For the first time, MIT Cables is presenting audio interfaces optimized according to musical intervals, i.e., the individual notes within a particular octave. This new technology will form the core of the future of high definition audio in the MIT-Cary-Chapman Audio room at the Atrium in Room 313.
High definition audio files in a 384K 32bit format will be demonstrated on the Light Harmonic "DaVinci" DAC. Our finest Oracle MA-X Rev. 2 interconnects will interface the new and innovative Light Harmonic Davinci DAC featuring HRX source material from Blue Cost Recordings. Oracle MA-X Super HD Bi-Wire speaker interfaces will be paired with Cary Audio preamplifiers and their Cary 211-AE triode amplifier, driving Chapman Audio's T-9 MK II 4 way floor standing speakers. The system will be provided clean power through MIT Cable’s Z Powerbar and Oracle ZIII power cords.
MIT Cables will also have a presence in the Audio Salon room at the Atrium in rooms 202 & 203. Our new Oracle MA-“C” Series interconnects (optimized for Constellation Audio) will be debuted on a system that will also feature the new Magico S5 4-way floor standing speakers. Clean power will be provided through MIT Cable’s Z Powerbar and Oracle ZIII power cords.
MIT Cables will also be featured by Audio Image at the Emerald Bay Suite, found on the second floor of the Hilton hotel. There, our Oracle Matrix MA-X SHD Speaker Interfaces will be demonstrated along with our Oracle Matrix 50 Proline Balanced Interconnects.