Originally Posted by Gizmologist
BTW there is a LOT on line about the MIT cables with the cute little boxes on the end. Some have opened the box to find nothing more than a 100k 1/2 w carbon resistor that will do absolutely zero to a speaker level signal. Another had absolutely NOTHING in the box. It was just a clever design idea to be used as a feed through- no components at all.
You keep repeating this, but offer no proof. Show us the insides of the MIT cables that SS uses, don't just tell us nothing is there and claim the networks do nothing. Incredible that I have given you this proof and you deny it still. But not surprising, not at all.
Time and again, I hear this from you. "There is nothing in the box. There is something in the box, but it does nothing. There is something in the box and it does horrible things to the signal." In actuality, you have no clue what the purpose of the network is, nor how they are constructed. Keep in mind, MIT's product line is vast, there are many different itinerations of the networks. Some of those "cute little boxes" are quite large and heavy. You are speaking about a topic you know nothing about.
Originally Posted by Gizmologist Tess you have stated ad ad nauseum that mega buck cables are so wonderful
and not one time EVER have you provided any technical proof. The only response you have is that some mystical signal presents itself than cannot be measured. You are not alone in this Ol Joe S does the same as does most every other snake oil purveyor.
Just for a change of pace, use Google and find some actual, factual test results
for ANY esoteric cable.i don't care who.
You want to show me a post where I claim how wonderful "exotic" cables are? I have always said that cables come last, after speakers, electronics, room tunes, positioning, etc, etc. I have also stated REPEATEDLY that the difference is subtle.
You and others have been overstating my claims time and again. Back it up.
Then call up SS and explain to them the error of their ways. (Tell them to look inside the box... it's empty!)