Yes. imo, fantastic.
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"Only the lower range MIT products have ICONN connectors and modular plug in design."
AFAICT from the website, the lowest priced biwire that would have a hard-wired network box is an Oracle V3.2 that starts at 10K. So, by 'lower range' do you mean all the products under 10K, or did I miss something?
Even at that price range, its not clear from the pictures of the products or their associated copy whether that series of cables uses modular tips or hard-wired tips. Anyone know?
Ubglub, you are correct! MIT has undergone quite a few changes in their lineup recently. It appears that only oracle Dot 2 series cables and Oracle MA cables are hardwired. That being said, I have loved my MIT oracle cabling for it's natural, dynamic and extended sound. MIT seems to understand real instrumental timbre very well...the cables create such a huge coherent and utterly musical soundscape that makes other cables pale in comparison.
MIT cables, in my experience, excell in three particular areas: High frequency extension, Low frequency extension and 3 dimmensional imaging ability/soundstaging.
NOTHING else I have used, heard, owned or compared even comes close to MITs abilities at those characteristics.
The MA series is without doubt achieving a new level of performance at each of the given price points.