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Oracle MA-X Digital Interconnect – AES/EBU

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Oracle MA-X Digital Technology with A.A.R.M.—Adjustable Articulation Response Module. The Oracle MA-X Digital is the world’s first fully-adjustable articulation AES/EBU interface.

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Cable Lengths Interconnects

1 m (3.3 ft), 1.5 m (5 ft), 2 m (6.6 ft), 3 m (10 ft)

Cable Termination

AES/EBU (100 OHM) Balanced

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Oracle MA-X Digital Technology with A.A.R.M.—Adjustable Articulation Response Module. The Oracle MA-X Digital is the world’s first fully-adjustable articulation SPDIF interface. The Oracle MA-X Digital interface includes our proven patented network technology that eliminates undesirable reflections and false signals.

The Oracle MA-X Digital articulation selector allows the listener to “fine tune” this important interface for optimal balance between detail, imaging and musicality. All with the simple rotation of the MIT patent-pending Articulation Selector that is integrated into every Oracle MA-X Digital interface.

  • A.A.R.M. for adjustability
  • Built to true 75 Ohm SPDIF specifications
  • 99.999999% OFC
  • PE Dielectric
  • Outer shield braided for greatest signal rejection

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A.A.R.M. The Adjustable Articulation Response Module

The Oracle MA-X articulation selector allows the listener to “fine tune” this interface for optimal balance between transients, detail, imaging and musicality. All with the simple rotation of the MIT patent-pending Articulation Selector integrated into every Oracle MA-X interconnect.
The illustration below is an artist’s rendering of the Oracle MA-X articulation response for each setting of the Articulation Selector switch. The base line is the 50% line. The plus values raise the articulation above the 50% line, which will enhance system transients, detail, imaging and musicality. The negative values below the 50% line will tend to have the opposite effects on a system. It is purely subjective when deciding where the selector switch should be set—experiment a bit and set the selector switch where you feel your system performance is best, and enjoy the music!