Built off of the Oracle SHD120 platform, the Oracle SHD120 Rev. 2 houses its networks inside of a CNC machined t6 billet aluminum enclosure to isolate and protect sympathetic vibrations from entering the internal network. F.A.T. technology gives the listener the ability to tune up (or down) the number of Poles, offering the flexibility to listen to various qualities of recordings without being too critical. New to the SHD120 Rev. 2 is the addition of 2C3D technology, giving listeners the best in soundstage and realism in natural sounding textures and timbre.
Built to exacting tolerances from end to end, the Oracle Matrix SHD 120 Rev.2 is capable of revealing tonal complexity, amazingly lifelike transients and stunning detail over a quiet background. The ultimate interface for the discerning audiophile!
The listener can choose standard definition with 120 Poles of Articulation or high definition (FAT) with 145 Poles of Articulation. This choice is purely subjective, and is system and listening environment dependant.
The Matrix is sleek and rakish in appearance, and beautifully finished in a multi-coat Ferrari silver. The new CNC machined T6 aluminum billet enclosure isolates and protects sympathetic vibrations from entering the internal networks to avoid any loss of image. This extra measure dramatically reduces the possibility of additional distortions entering the system at elevated sound pressure levels. Built to exacting tolerances from end to end, the Oracle Matrix SHD120 Rev.2 is the ultimate interface for the discerning audiophile!
The Bi-Wire version of the Oracle Matrix SHD120 Rev.2 offers 124 Poles of Articulation in standard mode, or a full 149 Poles of Articulation in high definition (FAT) mode.
Available in Single ended and Bi-Wire Configuration
Sold as Pairs
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 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…