The gear I used for the demo period changed because just a couple of months ago I got Forte preamp from Zingo that uses balanced xlr cables. I also had a problem with my dac and had to use an older one until the last day of the demo. But it all came together on the last day when I finished the new TPA Buffalo III dac kit and was able to really appreciate the quality of sound these cables are able to covey. I used all 3 cable sets together to get the whole CVT experience. The lady can belt it out so it gives me a good gauge of the level of SSSS in a recording.
There are many good songs on this cd to test a system. Lots of ambiance and guitars. Muscle Shoals Sound Studios did a great job on this one. Great PraT, sda effects and general recording quality. I found the CVT cables made all my favorite music sound better. I have always liked a system with great resolution but it can become tiring if excessive. Sibilance raises its ugly head to ruin the party. With the MIT cables sibilance is tamed. Bettye sounds beautiful. The cymbles are more subdued but still have great tone.
As a result you can hear though the cymble and hear other sounds very easily. The MIT cables allowed the mid and lower bass notes to have more impact. Bass control and detail was outstanding. Very enjoyable sound these cables pass.
I currently am using a set of old MIT Terminator 2 speaker cables. The demo MITs had better bass and the top end more listenable and refined.
More punch or impact. Placement of sounds seemed more exact and separate from adjacent sounds. A little reserved it but grows on you the longer you listen. Thanks to Jesse for sheparding these cables around. Cables do make a difference, if you let them. Ask and ye shall receive November edited November Hello everyone, One of the cables in this demo has become damaged, and is being shipped back to the factory as I write this.
We will quickly repair the cable and send it back out. We'll try to not hold this up any longer than it has been already. Best, Gavin. December edited December Update: The cables are still at MIT as there was a mix up of sorts.
They will be back in action very soon. January edited January Hey Jess, or anyone else for that matter, can you post the hiarchy of MIT cables. Looking around for used cables, I'm not sure whats a good deal or not because they have so many lines, new and old. Thanks in advance. Tony and Roy, I know some of it, but not all. If you have a specific question I can probably help.
Otherwise for a complete list I suggest you contact Gavin. Comes with all original packaging and box. According to Wikipedia, a Hybrid is the combination of two or more different things, aimed at achieving a particular objective or goal. According to MIT Cables, it's the combination of two or more different technologies, aimed at producing the absolute best interface for the dollar. Additionally, Bruce Brisson designed networks that were integrated with the Terminator modules, resulting in the widening of the articulation bandwidth of the earlier Terminator designs.
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