MIT Cables – Music Interface Technology
Know what professional studios and major award winning producers and film makers have known for decades – use MIT Cables products to get the maximum listening and video performance possible for your ultimate listening pleasure. “Let MIT Cables turns your components into a real high end system” – Bruce Brisson, CEO and Founder
Bruce Brisson – CEO and Founder: MIT Cables was founded by Bruce Brisson in 1984. Bruce Brisson began designing audio cables in the 1970’s after “hearing” the sonic problems inherent in typical audio cables of the day. In 1981 he licensed the first of many of his designs and patents to Monster Cable. Many of Monster’s products are still using his designs today (“Bandwidth Balanced”, “Phase Correct” windings, “Time Coherent windings, for example), and have become some of Monster’s most enduring and successful products. In 1984, he founded MIT Cables (Music Interface Technologies), which has been a leading force in the research design, and manufacturing of high performance audio (speaker cable, interconnect cable, digital cable, phono cable, headphone cable), video and AC power cables ever since. Over the years, they have also obtained up to 20 patents for cable technology, and this is more than any other cable manufacturers in the world.
MIT Cables Multipole Technology: MIT Audio Series cables are based on the exclusive patented Multipole Technology, Only MIT Cables can provide levels of performance for each listener’s needs, from our latest and most advanced ACC 268, 206, and 169 (Articulation Control Console) Series providing the ultimate most ethereal level of sonic experience – “Stratospheric” as penned by Robert Harley of The Absolute Sound, the heralded Oracle SHD Series of interfaces for the highest reference level experience, the Heritage Series comprised of two categories – 2C3D Level 1,2, and 3 and the EVO One, Two, and Three , and finally the Vero Headphone Series including the Vero 50ex Headphone Amplifier and the Vero Headphone Cables and Dongles – all built with Multipole Technology.