MIT Cables Launches New, Highly Advanced Headphone Cable At RMAF
Patented Filterpole Technology Makes MIT’s “VERO” Revolutionary
October 7, 2014-Rocklin, CA – MIT Cables will unveil its latest project, the Vero Revolutionary Headphone Cabling System during The Rocky Mountain Audio Fest scheduled for early October. MIT plans to demo the cable in the CanJam lobby, giving attendees the first opportunity to hear Vero before it becomes available to consumers later this year.
MIT Cables has been manufacturing audio interfaces for three decades, celebrating their 30th year as one of the leading manufacturer of audio and video interfaces, as well as AC power power conditioning and noise filtering technologies. Vero is MIT’s first entry into the personal audio space and includes MIT’s patented Multipole Technology, featured in MIT Cables’ legendary audio interfaces.
“Vero, meaning "true" in Italian is the essence of our latest designs aiming at "truth in music". With this new headphone interface installed, you find yourself suspended in a giant three-dimensional space where the background is black, silent and void of walls”, says Kent Loughlin, Vice President, Sales and Marketing for MIT Cables. “Natural timbre and textures will flow like water, providing a spaciousness of sound that separates the listener from the equipment, setting the stage for the closest thing yet to truth in music".
Vero will be available in multiple connector configurations to accommodate most popular connector schemes utilized by different manufacturers. The Vero will also come in a “dongle” version that can be used with stock headphone cables. Plans to come out with a reference-level version of Vero is also in the works, and may be available to demo during RMAF 2014.
MIT Cables will also commemorate their thirtieth year milestone by having a 30th Anniversary Giveaway Contest, giving anyone the chance to win MIT products every day for thirty days. The Contest will be launched on Friday, October 10th with the first winner drawn at the Vero booth during CanJam 2014. Those who would like to participate in the contest must register to win at the Vero Booth during RMAF. The contest will continue through November 9th with a Grand Prize winner announced on November 10th. The 30th Anniversary Contest is also presented on MIT’s new website launched today called the MIT Buyers Club.
MIT Cables are used to interface the finest professional recording studios throughout the world, including Lucasfilms Skywalker Sound, and have become highly recognized for their patented Multipole Technology featured in all of MIT’s performance interfaces.
For more information regarding the new Vero series of headphone cables, please contact Kim Kaplan 916-390-5209.