The Worlds first Silent Powered, High Current, Class A/B Headphone Amp housed with Multipole™ Technology featuring twenty-nine poles of articulation.

 

Until now, MIT’s Multipole™ Technology has only been housed within the little “boxes” found on all of MIT Cables’ award-winning products. For the first time ever, MIT is now putting this technology inside of an amplifier.

Bruce Brisson, founder and president of MIT Cables is fully engaged in the research and development of other products that fit into a more modern audio listeners lifestyle. The HCA-29 Headphone Amp is MIT Cable’s latest breakthrough product with MIT’s Multipole™ Technology inside, designed with the help of Aaron Reiff, former Chief Engineer at Lucasfilm’s Skywalker Sound and former audio engineer at Capitol Studios in the Hollywood Capitol Records building.

 What does Multipole™ Technology do for the Vero HCA 29 Headphone Amp? 

When you reduce noise, audio fidelity improves proportionally. 

Just like rolling the windows up in your car to listen to your car radio, there is no simpler way to improve audio fidelity. Similarly, if we decouple our audio electronics from AC power (60hz) and power them with DC (direct current) there is a plethora of low level detail to be retrieved. This is due to the contrast of a background that is for the most part “silent”.

The Vero HCA•29 works on this principal, relying on two rechargeable lithium ion batteries to enable the “high end headphone enthusiast” to enjoy performance  similar to two channel systems found in the world’s finest audio salons. 

With the proper sources and a good set of modern headphones, listening to music through the Vero HCA•29 is commonly referred to as a “totally immersive” experience.

 

Vero HCA 29 Product Prototype Specifications as of March 20th, 2016

  • Multipole™ Technology includes 29 Poles of Articulation for more useable musical bandwidth from < 2hz to > 20khz.
  • 3 Watts of class AB
  • Battery Powered
  • 10k input impedance
  • 47 ohm output
  • Frequency response: +/- 1/2 dBu from 5Hz to 50kHz
  • Gain = 13dB or a ratio of 20X
  • Xtalk -68dBu @ 1kHz
  • 8 1/2" X 11" X 3 1/2"
  • 2.5lbs • Signal to noise: >88dBu
  • 1/8th inch and RCA inputs
  • XLR and 1/4 inch outputs 

 

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