This is a legendary classic interconnect cable. MIT sold these by the truck loads (figuratively speaking of course!) back in the day. And they still maintain a healthy amount of respect amongst audiophiles and competitive brands in the current hifi scene. The pair you see here are 20 feet long and was used to connect a pair of monoblock amps that were placed right next to a pair of speakers. The preamp and the rest of the system was situated on the side of the room. For users of solid state amplification, the MI-330 is one of the best for the money. Clean, transparent and quick sounding, it was the cable of choice for many who wants to elevate their $3,000 – $5,000 pre/power up a notch.
Cosmetically, the cable is in good shape. Some scuff marks but nothing major and very age appropriate. We don’t have the original packaging but will securely pack it for safe shipping.