MIT Heritage EVO-1 33pole speaker cables - 3m

MT SC 05 EVO1 3
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Original: NZ$ 6,750.00 (incl. GST)
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More than "just cables": What's the difference with MIT Cables ? It's the difference between an audio cable and an audio interface.


                                      Allan Moulton of TAS - The Absolute Sound uses MIT EVO1 cables.
In a rave review by Paul Candy for, Paul lauds the Shotgun S1, the (17 pole) backbone for EVO One. Shotgun 1 has evolved into the EVO One, requiring an input and an output enclosure to house the additional (33 pole) networks. With 50 poles of articulation EVO One rises to the best of the EVO series. Finished with the latest SL series ICONN connector system with spades and bananas, it is completed with anodised red and black shells to indicate polarity.

MIT HERITAGE SERIES: Over the last 30 years MIT has introduced many successful products that garnered a large following based (in part) on excellent reviews published in the absolute sound (AVt1), 6 (Shotgun S1), and Stereophile recommended components (CVT Terminator 2). Bruce decided to look into keeping these three special models alive by enhancing them with improved parts and miniaturising techniques inside other “Heritage Enclosures”. This would allow him to resurrect and perpetuate them as the EVO 1, EVO2 and EVO3 models. Bruce regards this project as a ”homage" to these highly regarded products.

Approximately 2-Years ago a highly regarded amplifier manufacturer told Bruce Brisson he desired a “great sounding US$10k speaker cable” to showcase his less expensive designs. He further referenced the performance of the SHD 120 Speaker cable within that discussion as a Bench Mark to shoot for. The designer’s goal was to deliver performance approaching the SHD 120 speaker cables (~29K/pr) for about half the cost. Brisson knew this would require extreme cuts in parts and labor. Machined aluminium enclosures were eliminated and special tuning options removed in favour of fixed (preset) circuits. While circuit topologies remained similar or the same, capacitor and inductor sizes were reduced by using more "through hole" technology on printed circuit boards.

To put it simply: Bruce took Oracle and Matrix topologies, used smaller capacitors and inductors of the same values and ‘stuffed’ them into the 750/330 (AKA Heritage) black boxes. These products are called the MIT MI-2C3D series. They are now available in three levels; 2C3D Level-1, Level-2 and Level-3. With the inclusion of 3x EVO versions, MIT introduces 6 performance levels as The Heritage Series released in 2017. 

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