Engineers at MIT Cables understand that every piece of music is formed on a foundation built from the percussion and bass instruments. Our new SHD interconnect works to control and properly interface the lowest of the bass regions. The SHD interconnect allows your system to articulate down to 10hz, well below the lowest note of a typical recording. This lowest region of the audio spectrum is an area not previously addressed in terms of articulation contrast.
The SHD also controls the delicate ambient reflections from surrounding ceilings, walls, and stage floors in the recording venue, SHD technology can deliver the most natural, enthralling listening experience ever thought possible.
- 110 Poles of Articulation
- Low frequency articulation on/off for tuning flexibility
- A.A.R.M. (Adjustable Articulation Response Module)
- Impedance Matching–Switchable up to 3 meters. Please specify Low (5-50 kΩ), Mid (40-100 kΩ) or High (90 kΩ & Up) Impedance for lengths over 4 meters.
- Patented V-Configuration for strain relief. (Can be special ordered in a straight through Configuration)
A.A.R.M. The Adjustable Articulation Response Module
Tradeshows and Audio Expositions
MIT Cables is often asked by High-End Audio Dealers and leading High-End Audio manufacturers to provide the supporting Speaker Interfaces, Interconnects, Power Conditioning and technology to “tie the individual components into a a complete system”.
MIT Cables approaches cabling to properly interface components to operate as a single unit, or “System”. A System approach creates a single voice from many different contributors, similar to an orchestra or chorus made up of many voices. Similar to tuning an orchestra to a single perfect pitch, properly interfaced components can become more than the sum of its parts. We celebrate with our exhibit partners and all that contributed to creating the sonic experience at each of our collective venues.
This system component was used in the following venues. Read about the Show Awards and Recognitions below…