3.5mm TRS (most phones, MP3 players, iPods, and
other types of portable music players)
Vero Reference Dongle
The Vero Reference Dongle is for anyone who enjoys
listening to music, and for those who want to turn their Beats, Bose and
similar models into higher efficiency headphones, increasing the sound stage,
bringing more of the music in front of you instead of in between your ears.
The Vero Reference Dongle utilizes MIT Cables patented
Multipole™ Technology, housing 21 Poles of Articulation, and can be used with
any headphone or In Ear Monitor (IEM).
When you use the Vero Reference Dongle with your
existing headphone or IEM cable, the signal from your music source passes
through our passive parallel network which houses our patented Multipole™
Technology, articulating the high, midrange and low frequencies of the music.
The result when that happens is music that is much more present, with crisp
clear vocals and a much cleaner bass that isn’t “boomy”.
If you use your phone, iPod or MP3 player with earbuds or
low efficiency headphones, the Vero Reference Dongle will really make a
difference in the sound that you get from your music, increasing the efficiency
of your headphones or earbuds.
Vero Personal Audio Series by MIT Cables brings their
patented Multipole™ Technology to headphone cables, dongles and amplifiers
allowing users to hear "more of the music” by creating an effect similar
to what you get from ultra high-end loudspeakers today.
MIT Cables core audio cable
technology is our exclusive Poles of Articulation, named after the fact that
every audio cable has a single point where it is most efficient at storing and
transporting energy. At this point in the audio frequency spectrum, the cable
will articulate best, and represents the cables’ particular Articulation
Pole. MIT's interfaces are engineered to have multiple Articulation Poles
optimized for the lows, mids, and highs. Our Poles of Articulation
synergistically work together to transport the audio signal with a more even
response than just a single cable, as if multiple cables are being used
together. MIT's interface provides a linear articulation response,
resulting in a more controlled bass, and smoother, more extended highs along
with a lower noise floor –“like multiple cables in one!”