MIT Cables 330si terminator Speaker Cables

330si terminator

User Reviews (11)

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Stephen   Audio Enthusiast [May 19, 2000]
Strength:

clear, some extra bass,

Weakness:

too bulky

The price was up the roof but it was worth listen to.
beautiful sound.
Nothing can beat it
but in the other hand the PRICE was alot
The cables in huge.
A good thing is that cable comes with a very long size.
To end this the sound is very soothing and quite bassy

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5
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1
Burhan Olley   Audio Enthusiast [Jul 27, 2001]

I am actually a pianist who loves music so much. I received my cables last week and I burned it for at least 2 days non stop. The result that I got was so gooood, the treble was just like what I expected, it was natural somehow. Compared to my Pure Note cable, this MIT cable sounds better to me. The silver cable is too bright for my titanium tweeter which makes me tired after a long listening. The bass was good, preety tight and fast. Overall, this is the cable that I like so much.

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5
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5
Jack Vanderjagt   Audio Enthusiast [Dec 01, 2001]
Strength:

Het geheim van het filterkastje

Weakness:

niet geschikt voor elke luidsprekerbox

Nou, Nederlandse lezers, wanneer je deze kabel hebt aangesloten op je bijpassend hifi-systeem , is je eerste reactie bedroevend, voor zoveel geld. Maar na even inspelen ging er een werled voor me open. strakker laag en mooier hoog,zo zuiver en subtiel, zelfs in de ruimte die aan het ideale beeld van slecht voldoet. Het is een zeer aangename ervaring, diepte en openheid beleven. Jammer genoeg heb ik niet kunnen beoordelen in zijn volle sterkte, juist vanwege deze slechte akoestische ruimte en juist daarom maakt het zo moeilijk er een goede recentie over te schrijven. Het juiste wat ik zeggen kan over de kabel is dat in de moeilijke gebieden voor een speaker deze kabel warm en toch analitich kan weergeven. En wat is het geheim van het kastje Hoe dan ook, het geluid frist er echt van op.

Similar Products Used: Luidsprekers van Audiophysic
Monster,Vandenhull,Ocos
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5
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4
T-joe   an Audiophile [Dec 12, 1997]

MIT is the product you can count on. My system consists of Mc Cormack tlc1 and amplifier power drive dna 1, Martin logan request speaker, california audio lab transport delta and sigma 2 tube dac. MIT interconnect really enhanced the clarity and detail of martin logan sound. I have audition audioquest lapis 3 and xlo signature 1.1 , still MIT beats them in term of bass and clarity. XLO 1.1 is the closest to the MIT. NO doubt MIT is the product recommended for all serious audio listeners.

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Thomas   an Audio Enthusiast [May 22, 1998]

Until a year ago I was using MIT 330 II+ in my system with a MacCormack DNA-1 with very good results. I switched pre-amps to a Sonic Frontiers Line 1 and found that the MIT 330 sounded very bright. I eventually switched to Transparent Super, a similar cable. My Transparent dealer told me that MITs tend to have more compatibility issues then most cables. Try before you buy. In the right system the 330 II+ is a very musical and dynamic cable.

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4
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Carlos Aedo   an Audiophile [Mar 27, 1999]

I have had the 330 plus series 2 for about a year and half.I also have MH750 biwire speaker cables.I am very happy with them,
but it took a real long time to break them in. They sounded very
constricted and unnatural for about the first six months.Now they
have a very open and true sound.The soundstage is very wide and believable.
I use them for my preamp on all five channels and for my components.
The only draw back is price.My wife would kill me if she knew exactly how
much I spent.Before that I was useing the Monster cable M1000i interconnects.
The 330 plus series 2 is far superior in every way.The Mi1000''s do a good job
on the VCR''s though.


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5
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Carlos Aedo   an Audiophile [Mar 27, 1999]

I have had the 330 plus series 2 for about a year and half.I also have MH750 biwire speaker cables.I am very happy with them,
but it took a real long time to break them in. They sounded very
constricted and unnatural for about the first six months.Now they
have a very open and true sound.The soundstage is very wide and believable.
I use them for my preamp on all five channels and for my components.
The only draw back is price.My wife would kill me if she knew exactly how
much I spent.Before that I was useing the Monster cable M1000i interconnects.
The 330 plus series 2 is far superior in every way.The Mi1000's do a good job
on the VCR's though.


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5
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kat   Audio Enthusiast [Dec 16, 1999]
Strength:

Good price, great detail

Bought these for $140 from audioadvisor and was very impressed with the results after the break in period. Am a big fan of MIT cables now.

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5
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5
Sam   Audiophile [Oct 28, 2000]
Strength:

Amazing 3D capabilities, very smooth top end

Weakness:

Bulky terminator boxes

These are best cables I have heard for anywhere near $150,
these are the MIT 330 plus series II which retailed for $250
and are sold new at Audio Advisor for $150. The most 3D cable I have heard before MIT 330 was HT Pro-Silway II which
costs $400, but the 330 has even more depth and width, especially width, amazing. The sound of 330 is relaxed and somewhat warm because the treble is more recessed by design, MIT feeling that other cables have excessive treble emphasis. Once you get used to reduced treble, relax in an extremely natural and very 3D soundstage, reduces the digital edge/glare found in many mainstream Cds. These may not work for systems already very lush and warm sounding, but the newer MIT 330 series each have three models, two solid state and one tube that could match better. These are now my reference cables in main system, will keep my eye out for used MIT 330 shotgun or MIT 350 series IC, my system:

Musical Fidelity A3 CDP
Bel Canto Dac 1
MF X-P100 preamp
MF X-AS100 amp x 2, bi-amped
PSB Silver-i speakers

HT Cyber Platinum digital IC
MIT 330 plus series II x 2 ICs
Analysis Plus Oval 9 8ft speaker cables x 2, bi-wired
Powersnakes Sidewinder x 2, SR Master Coupler AC cords


Similar Products Used: Cardas cross....Kimber silver streak, hero....Silver audio hyacinth, silver bullet 4....AQ Opals....HT truthlinks, pro-silway II....AP Copper ovals....various others
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5
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5
Rainer   Audiophile [Jan 20, 2001]
Strength:

A very comfortable, easy to listen to and laid back sound.
This cab;e presents the music in a relaxed way.

Weakness:

None that I have encountered yet myself although I can imagine that some will have to get used to this cable.

Wow... that was the first word that came into my mind when I listened to the MIT MI-330 Plus Series II interconnects.
These babies really do know how to make music. These are the first MIT-cables I ever used and bought so I am not sure if what I heard is characteristic for the entire Mit product range.
But if it is you can consider me a devoted MIT-fan from now on!
The first thing you will notice when you connect these cables is that they sound very comfortable, warm, relaxed and laid-back.
At first they sound like they block the high frequencies but soon you will discover that that is not the case at all.
These cables sound very natural and musical and MIT apparently doesn't believe in the high-frequency bite and sting that many people associate with 'air' or high-end sound.

No, these cables present the music in a much more natural way. It is as if you were running before to the music played by your system; these MIT-cables allow you to walk through musical landscapes in a relaxed way, thus giving you way more time and opportunity to discover hidden and before unheard musical details and treasuries on your CD's.
Relaxed is the keyword with these cables but please don't make the mistake to assume that relaxed means at the expense of musical involvement or emotion or musical detail.

Everything is still there with all the detail intact from deep bottom end to a liquid midrange to a clear but absolutely non-fatiguing highs.
I can really recommend them to all of you; for the price paid they are absolutely the best cables I have ever encountered.
Way to go MIT!

Similar Products Used: VLS Ultra Copper interconnects, IXOS 102 Masterconnect, Van den Hul D-102 MKIII and Siltech ST-18
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5
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5
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