MIT is headed by cable design specialist Bruce Brisson who is recorded as being one of the contributors to the original Monster cable design back in the 1970s, and it's claimed that some of Monster's current products continue to use elements of Brisson's technologies such as ‘Bandwidth Balanced', ‘Phase Correct' and ‘Time Coherent' conductor windings.
MIT has been a pioneer in the use of impedance-matching and 'Articulation Poles' technologies and uses these in most of its models, whether speaker, interconnect or power cable. You'll see these technologies implemented within the iconic interface 'box' that is located towards the cable's termination. To complement and terminate its cables, MIT designs its own 'iconn' connectors which, in the case of the upmarket loudspeaker cables, are interchangeable. The iconn system allows for quick and simple connector replacement by unscrewing a banana plug and screwing-in a spade lug. The two options are supplied as a package.