MIT or "Musical Interface Technologies" was one of the first successful lines of very high-end audiophile cables in the mid-to-late 1980s. The company lost some of its sock when lead designer, Jack Sumner and his wife Karen, left to form Transparent Audio in the early 1990's.
Historically MIT is highly significant to the development of audiophile systems as their Music Hose and other large format cables took Noel Lee's "attach sale" concept of cables beyond lamp chord and make it more the size of vacuum cleaner hose.
Notable MIT Cables products include:
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