MIT's new Matrix speaker interfaces deliver what you expect from MIT interfaces: excellent articulation, a large soundstage and a “musicality”far beyond “just cable”. Only the engineers at MIT understand the differences between harmonics, inharmonics and overtones and how “justcable” can negatively impact the music’s timbre. MIT cables preserve the natural timbre of the music because the natural harmonics of the music are not replaced with overtones.
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 F.A.T. in 2010 in the $39,000 Oracle MA-X Rev.2 HD Speaker Interfaces. Rather than the user selectable feature of the Oracle Matrix Super HD 90, F.A.T. has been fixed into the interface’s network boxes. The Matrix High Definition 38 Bi-Wire Speaker Interface comes to play with 38 poles of articulation, drastically outperforming everything else in its so-called class. Improving over its predecessor, the AVt ® MA, you’ll hear:
●more defined three dimensional soundstage
●better low level and micro imaging
●authoritative and controlled bass
●crystal clear mids and highs
●Uses MIT patented iconn ™ connectors—4 spades and 4 bananas included
產品上架時間 2013 九月 07 週六.