Minor Miracle or Stroke of Genius
I am an audiophile, not an engineer, but I know after 55 years of searching for wire that is neutral like Seinfeld… sounds like nothing at all… the UIT wire gets extremely tantalizingly close. It is revealing in ways only the best and most expensive concoctions can achieve and is as dynamic as the best of the bunch. It will do subtle and rich, warm and fast, sophisticated and room shattering without breaking a sweat. I was unable to identify any colorations directly associated with the UIT wire runs.
I will tell you this, depth and sound-staging are as big as your source allows. Imaging is rock-solid. They are never etched sounding, but smooth as a baby’s butt. Though I would call these a stroke of genius, I am not ruling out a minor miracle.
Adding just one pair in the circuit appears to clarify and enhance the music and mitigate system problems. Placed between DAC and Preamp resulted in the biggest boost in goodness, neutrality, and definition. In other words, “closer to the source” seemed to yield the largest gains. You can use that as a point of departure in your own experimentation with the UIT cables. No spot in the system seemed to be a problem for the UIT and they got along well with every cable brand in other parts of the circuit just fine.
A complete run of the UIT wires from the turntable output and in the digital circuit to preamp and amps was a stunning leap in performance. Speaker wire brand was irrelevant, and tube or solid-state gear made no matter. With all UIT, you got the best of what was possible in your gear with remarkable, cutting-edge neutral clarity that you would have to hear to believe.
Not long ago I identified two newcomers to the cable party under $2000 per meter that over-achieved musically. Now that I have heard and evaluated the UIT wires, those others may be musical, but my estimation of their accuracy has been downgraded by the superior performance of the UIT. I compared the UIT to one wire that clearly bested the UIT by a small, but telling margin. Yes, it did have even more definition, and was slightly sweeter overall. But the problem is that this marginally superior cable sells for $10,000 per meter! No kidding! So yes, there are more expensive wires on the market that can do this amazing disappearing trick in your system. But none are under $2000 per meter—and the UIT cost half of that!
The Unique Innovation Technology Perfect Music Purifier (PMP) Interconnect Series has taken connectivity in the under $2000 per meter category to a new supreme level, maybe even to the highest level. I will leave that conclusion to you, dear reader, to decide, but if you were considering any interconnects up to that cost, the UIT are your first and last option, in my judgement. Hell, the UIT cables cost half as much as the previous $2000 entry point for high-level performance high-end cables that I had previously assumed!
I will soon have what may be the finest, most neutral phono cartridge in for review, and how the UIT wires perform with this mega-buck transducer will be most telling. Mitch Ko may have stumbled a bit with the fiber cables of yesterday, but his UIT cables are winners in every way, and a bargain unlike I have never seen.
The Unique Innovation Technology Perfect Music Purifier (PMP) Interconnect Series has my highest, unequivocal recommendation.