Synergistic Research MiG 2.0 (Mechanical Interface Grounding) Set of 3
MiG 2.0 – a new state-of-the-art component isolation footer, featuring Synergistic Research’s High Frequency Transducer Technology. MiG 2.0 Re-Tunes a component’s mechanical resonance while eliminating high frequency noise which is negatively effecting the performance of your components. MiG 2.0’s are easy to install and highly effective.
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The MiG (Mechanical Interface Grounding) component footers deliver vast improvements to all systems. Based on the Acoustic ART System resonators, MiG's (Mechanical Interface Grounding) re-tune a component's mechanical resonance to an even order harmonic, while providing a lightning fast drain of mechanical energy to ground. The result is a much larger soundstage with a lower noise floor for blacker backgrounds. Other benefits include sweeter highs with extended air, a more layered and relaxed mid-range, and deeper, tighter bass. MiG's are especially beneficial when improving the performance of digital components such as transports, D to A converters, CD players, and even digital clocks. MiG's are a must audition for anyone seeking organic natural sound.
MiG’s are versatile and can be placed in different ways to fine tune your systems performance - Pin-Point configuration (two bowls facing down and one up) and Ambient configuration (two bowls facing up and one down).
The StereoTimes: "...I’ve had my share of footers over the years but in comparison, the Synergistic Research MiG 2.0s are a must have component and well worth the price of admission..."
AudioStream: "...Not only did I hear greater clarity and control with the new models, but I found that their use extends beyond the Tranquility Base UEF..."
Dr. David W. Robinson, Editor-in-Chief, PFO, November 2015:
"...my experience over two days of working with the MiG's was that the diagrams above are pretty accurate as to their effects, and that they added further dimensionality to the performance of the NADAC. For the record, we placed four MiG 2.0's under the NADAC, the front two being in the "down" position, and the rear two being "up." The ambient effect was pretty clear to me, and quite real, very real..." CLICK HERE to read the entire review
When placing MiG's in a digital system (CD player or two-box digital front end) follow these guidelines: First place three MiG's under your TRANSPORT or CD PLAYER in the Pin-Point Configuration. Next listen in the Ambient Configuration. You should immediately notice a preference. If your system has a multi-box digital front end (D to A converter and transport), place a second set of MiG's under your D to A converter in the same configuration you chose for your transport. Now place a set of MiG's under your pre-amplifier, first in the combination you preferred under your digital component(s). If this does not immediately improve your system, try the opposite placement configuration. Lastly, place MiG's under your amplifier(s) in the Pin-Point Configuration.
When placing MiG's in an analogue system follow these guidelines: First place MiG's in the Pin-Point Configuration under your phono pre-amplifier, or pre-amplifier if you have an integrated phono/line level pre-amplifier. Next, reverse placement to the Ambient position. You should experience an immediate preference. Next, if your turntable has a separate power supply (one that is not connected to your turntable) place a set MiG's in the configuration you preferred under your phono-pre / integrated pre-amplifier. Now place a set of MiG's under your line level pre-amplifier again in your preferred placement configuration. If you do not hear the same level of improvement you have experienced thus far, try the reverse placement option. Lastly, place MiG's under your power amplifier(s) in the Pin-Point Configuration.