I am currently using a Mark Levinson 320S preamp with an output impedance of 100k with a 6m MIT Shotgun S-1 pro with a fixed low impedande going into a Pass X-350 with an input impedance 35k balanced.
Do the MIT cables help with the mismatch between the Levinson and Pass?
Would a different amp with a 100k input impedance make a difference? (obviously the cables would need to be replaced)
It would be nice if Bruce at MIT would make detachable network modules on the fixed impedance cables so the network module could be changed for impedance matching, speaker cables could be changed from single to bi-wire configuration.
The screw on type connection used on the higher end cables appear to be of good quality, and one could assume they would not affect the cable in a negative way considering the price of the Oracle cables, MIT could make modular type cables changing cable length on either end of the cable, i/c cables that could be changed from balanced to single ended.
It doesn't apper that there is as much engeneering applied to the "cable' as there is to the "network", making this an easy and cost effective solution similar to the detachable Icon connections.