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  • 1977
  • 英国
  • Farad Azima
  • www.missionchina.cn
  • www.mission.co.uk
  • 400-668-3155 ,020-8464 5555
  • 020-8464 -3222
  • 这个曾拥有众多“业内第一”、获得无数荣誉的音响品牌,藉着应用新技术并针对每个市场类别创造出一些最令人满意的音箱,使其迅速成为音响工程发展的领导者之一。它的经典产品被广大发烧友一再推崇。 就像“Mission”这个单词本身的含义:使命、任务。美声(Mission)音响一直把将录音讯号经过最少的隔膜带进人耳,打造和传递最真实美好的声音作为自始至终的使命和追求。 “我们注重的是家庭音乐再现,能够让听者在家中完全欣赏音乐家的表演。这样的话,购买MISSION产品的客户才会热情饱满的欣赏音乐表演,才会真正从我们的产品中获得享受。” Peter Comeau 现任IAG全线品牌音响设计总监 一位来自英国的世界知名音箱设计师。 美声Mission公司于1977年在英国成立,创始人是Mr.Farad Azima针对市场的不同需求,美声积极研发新技术,生产出了无数经久不衰的经典产品。在过去的三十年里,美声Mission已成为音响行业里的知名品牌。  创办以来,美声Mission 的设计师便以他们的热情,投入到设计和生产最好的音箱产品的事业中,生产最能真实再现声音的音箱的信念从来没有被放弃。 美声Mission 音箱是先进的技术和精湛的手工艺的完美结合,这点确实赢得了评论家和消费者的喝彩。  多年以来,美声Mission 取得不少个'第一',包括1978年推出770系列扬声器,是第一间采用聚丙烯喇叭单元的音响公司,这个突破令MISSION产品获得很高的评价;1979年的直流藕合式唱臂及倒排单元扬声器;1981年的直流供电前级,最快瞬变的MOSFET放大器;1983年的SORBOTHANE避震板。在八十年代的末期,MISSION以最新的科技加上多年来的经验,生产出连夺三年全英国销量冠军的扬声器系统: MISSION760系列。  我们的旗舰产品—PILASTRO,是完美音响效果的最典型代表。经过两年的市场调查、设计和改进而诞生的这套高品质的产品,能轻易地使室内音质达到极佳的效果。 PILASTRO是艺术领域的成果,更是英国制造业的最出色代表。  美声Mission音箱对那些热忠于听音乐的人士一直具有很大的吸引力。近年来,我们加了在家庭影院娱乐行业的投入,主要是为了确保在音响行业的领先地位,美声已经开拓了一系列现代的不同型号的高品质家庭影院系统。  进入21世纪,美声Mission 将继续开拓和发展新型优质的音响产品,令到那些追求高品质音响效果的消费者有不断的惊喜。 美声Mission历史 Mission英国美声厂于 1977年创立,并在1978年推出770系列扬声器,成为世界上第一家采用聚丙烯喇叭单元的音响公司。 700系列投放市场,成为廉价音箱的新典范,并推出第一套采用倒置喇叭单元的音箱,而该技术在今天的产品设计上仍起到重要的作用。 Mission780船蛸支架音箱投放市场,并率先将黑色和胡桃木色的木板用作音箱的饰面。 80年代末期是Mission的一个激动人心的时刻。结合了十二年的制作经验以及最先进的技术,Mission开始生产第二代产品。767系列的旗舰面世,它采用独特低频调节和空间平衡系统,作出革命性的突破。 Mission760 系列产品进入市场,采用聚丙烯折流前障板,成为Mission创立以来销量最好的一个产品。 75系列,利用对折相插式箱体Hi-Fi音箱面世,且该技术沿用至今。753成为Mission 落地式音箱的里程碑,自其发布后,获取了五年英国行业的嘉奖。 Mission M-Time系列一个革命性的Dolby Pro logic系统,它与电视机支架组合在一起,该系统装有独特的音量自动调节装置及环绕声状态预置。 生产出Mission二十周年限量版750音箱。 采用 NXT 平面镶嵌技术,生产出第一套X-Space音箱,成为世界上首先采用NXT技术的HiFi音箱。 Mission 78系列的推出,成为世界上第一个采用陶瓷喇叭单元的音箱。780音箱更赢得‘WHAT Hi*Fi’年度产品大奖中的‘Product to the year 2001’奖项。 M70系列面世,超值音箱的标准被重新定义了。同时M71更获得了"Best Buy up to £150"Hi-Fi 大奖。 Mission FS2-AV 产品问世,采用第二代革命性的NXT系统,凭着优越的性能及先进的技术,先后获得了六项国际性奖项。 当你第一眼看到娇小的M-cube的时候你肯定也会同意这是家庭影院系统的一次重大变革。M-cube使用的发声技术为NXT技术的最新改良版本。 E8系列是E产品线上最高端的系列。E8系列所使用的技术基本上是从旗舰Pilatro移植过来的,所以E8一直有美声小旗舰的称号。当然根据用户的要求组合成5.1,6.1甚至7.1的影院系统也都难不倒她。 首次展示了Mission旗舰Pilastro,突破性的箱体结构技术和崭新喇叭单元技术,使其成为名符其实的“超级音箱”。 Mission FS1-AV 面世,采用第三代NXT技术系统,凭着其精密的技术水平,得到了全世界的称赞,并赢得CES创新大奖。 Mission V63荣获欧洲音响行业EISA大奖。 M3i作为一个入门级HIFI系列已经被市场所认可了。此系列中几乎所有的型号都被国际知名音响杂志评定为5星的等级,这不单单是对M3i系列的认可,更是对美声产品的肯定 Mv系列反映出美声对制造高品质音箱的传承和承诺。最好的体现就是新一代的音箱整合了实木木皮的优雅风格和令人陶醉的音质。以满足现代AV, DVD和其他音乐格式的高要求。 2008年美声向市场推出最新一款经典型号79SE系列。上市仅仅半年79SE系列已经夺下了三个国际大奖。 Mission MX是英国「美声」2010年7月最新推出的具有超卓音质而物超所值的震撼性产品。MX使用了先进的驱动单元,能重播所有你想要的音乐细节,给演出添注了生命力,乐器及人声的律动和亮丽使你为之一振。 1977年,Mr. Farada Azima在英国创立Mission(美声)时,身边有着一群和他抱着同样目标的年轻人。他们新锐、年轻、有朝气,且对声音传真的技术有着颠覆性的新想法。如同品牌的名词一样,Mr. Farada Azima和他的伙伴们将传递最真实美好的声音当做终身的使命和追求。 Mission的颠覆性始终贯穿着四十年来的整个发展历程。从品牌初创时期,便拿到了不少的行业“第一”:1978年,世界上第一款采用聚丙烯喇叭单元的音箱——770系列扬声器;1979年的直流藕合式唱臂及倒排单元扬声器;1981年的直流供电前级,最快瞬变的MOSFET放大器以及1983年的SORBOTHANE避震板。无论是材料应用,还是技术创新,抑或是设计理念,Mission处处体现出前人所不敢想的创新意识。时至今日,Mission始终保持着开创性的进取精神,为声音的传真表现而竭尽全力。 这些年音响产业的发展,不约而同都往价位更高的区域走,许多音响迷都发现,心仪的器材越来越贵,越来越买不起。还好,我们还有Mission! Mission官方网站上的品牌介绍: History Mission Electronics was founded in 1977 by Farad Azima and was immediately recognised as one of the leaders in the development of acoustic engineering through its application of new technologies to create some of the most rewarding loudspeakers in every market sector. Mission became a very popular hi-fi brand over the years and has earned an enviable reputation for the design and manufacture of some of the world’s finest and technologically innovative hi fi products. The brand continued to deliver outstanding performance throughout the 1980s and 1990s, producing many “firsts” and constantly breaking through technological barriers. The management buyout in 2005 set greater focus on retail markets and in the company’s investment in state-of-the-art machinery and equipment. Currently Mission’s team of engineering experts is headed by award-winning audio designer Peter Comeau whose history with the Mission brand stems from his being Mission’s Director of Acoustic Design in 1999 where he was instrumental in achieving numerous accolades for the brand. TFCT (Transverse Folded Cabinet Technology) We use two U-shaped sections bonded into each other to form a box, creating a structure that is much stronger and more rigid than other alternative methods. The U-coupled front and rear baffle greatly reduces cabinet vibration and hence colouration. Keraform (Ceramic Matrix Cone) ‘Keraform’ ceramic matrix drivers are a Mission first. Unlike the so-called ‘ceramic hardening’ applied to aluminium cones, ‘Keraform’ is a true ceramic material impregnated into a fibre matrix and then oven cured. Having a greater stiffness to mass ratio than any previous drive unit material, performance parameters for midrange performance, transient attack and detail resolution are exceptional, and set new standards in their class.  Paramid Mission’s ‘Paramid’ driver is formed using a sandwich structure. Aramid polymer fibres with incredible tensile strength are sandwiched between two stiffer pulp layers. This creates a cone which is very light and stiff, yet has superb internal damping. The internal damping drastically reduces cone-induced distortion by absorbing the transverse waves that travel through a cone following an impulse. Viotex Viotex is an extremely fine weave material which is both incredibly light and, when woven into a matrix and impregnated, is also very strong. Capable of moving at incredibly high speeds with minimal inertia, Viotex not only improves the upper frequency response band limit and improves the detail resolution, it is incredibly natural and relaxed in performance. Hemp Fibre Cone For the flagship Pilastro project, Mission has developed a new generation of hemp driver. Hemp is a natural fibre with higher tensile strength than steel, yet has superb internal damping characteristics. Completely linear and pistonic, even with fast transients, it is relaxed and natural in presentation. By controlling cone resonances with a double surround, each musical note starts and stops precisely with no overhang or blurring of the musical message – a natural material for a natural sound that brings an uncanny realism to vocals and instruments.  Symmetrical Driver Array A symmetrical configuration of drivers is used to improve dispersion and to improve imaging. Placed equidistant above and below the high-frequency driver, mid-range and bass drivers create an even horizontal dispersion and a controlled dispersion on the vertical plane. Having the treble unit centrally placed enhances the imaging by mimicking point-source dispersion. Interference patterns when a stereo pair of speakers are used to create an almost holographic sense of presence with the listener able to discern the exact location of instruments and voices within the sound stage.  Ring Dome Treble Unit Mission’s exclusive ‘ring dome’ treble unit uses a woven textile material formed in a double ring arrangement. The combination of textile dome and multi-ring surround applies optimum stiffness to the maximum radiating area. The dome and ring have double suspension with the voice coil attached at the junction between them. The voice coil sees minimum mass, yet the radiating area is large for greater efficiency. The result is high sensitivity and a wide bandwidth from 3kHz to 56kHz.  Equilibrium Balanced Bass Driver Decoupling bass vibrations from a cabinet has for many years been a core objective of loudspeaker design. Such vibrations can cause driver intermodulation as well as cabinet resonance. As part of the Pilastro project, Mission has developed a new system where side mounted bass drivers are arranged directly opposite to each other – each one connected to its counterpart using a force pipe. In this way, opposing vibrations generated by the drivers are self cancelling. The result is that all the drive unit energy is concentrated on moving the cone. Transient attack is sensational and rhythmic timing is precise. Cabinet colouration and resonance are entirely eliminated leaving only the drivers as providers of acoustic output.  IDG (Inverted Driver Geometry) Mission has pioneered the use of inverted driver geometry. By placing the treble unit below the bass or mid-range driver, the length of path is equalised so the waves coincide at the listener’s head-height. This principle is known as ‘time-alignment’. Granitech Cabinet Construction Formulated to provide the best combination of rigidity, damping and acoustic isolation, ‘Granitech’ is a stone-like material with a granulated structure that breaks up sound wave energy and provides an ultra-quiet structure. Audiophile Grade Crossover Mission use advanced computer modelling to produce an optimum response and minimum phase shift through each crossover point. This is then refined through critical listening tests and panel evaluation to produce an ideal performance. Our audiophile crossovers include components to reduce the effects of driver impedance peaks which would otherwise cause unwanted phase shifts through the crossover region. Crossover components are chosen for their specific audio qualities mounted on custom designed PCDs for minimum interaction and mounted using soft resin to dampen any mechanical interference. Side facing driver On large floor standing loudspeakers, it is often desirable to use a sideways facing driver. In small rooms, these should be positioned facing inwards to create a taut, controlled bass, free of room gain and boom. In larger rooms they can be switched to face outwards, improving presence and extending the lower frequency response. Heatsink cooled treble unit Maintaining a low temperature in a treble unit is essential for a consistent performance, especially at high volume levels. Heat is generated by current within the voice-coil and this need to be controlled to avoid compression and even damage to the unit. Viscous laminated treble unit The viscous laminated high frequency dome treble unit offers exceptionally smooth high frequency performance with a superior off-axis response. The ferro-fluid cooled voice-coil design is optimized to provide minimal compression at high volume levels with an ultra-fast transient response. Tri-wire terminals Tri-wire terminals are used to allow the bass, mid-range and high frequency sections of a loudspeaker to be wired independently as with bi-wiring. It is also possible to join either the bass and mid, or the mid and treble and bi-wire the speakers. ( see bi-wiring ) Magnetically shielded All our magnetically shielded loudspeakers are ideal for use in close proximity to all television sets or whatever magnetic interference is an issue. Direct Coupled Crossover The objective of any internal loudspeaker design is to transmit as much of the music as possible to the drivers with the fewest possible components in the way, degrading the signal. By mounting the crossover section directly to the rear loudspeaker terminals, the signal path is shortened and number of internal connections reduced. D2IS (Damped driver isolation system) The unique D2IS system is designed to reduce the effect of front baffle vibrations on the h.f. unit’s output. A low profile neodymium magnet enables the treble unit housing to be fully contained within the front baffle, mounted in a resiliently damped, compliant cradle. This increases the decoupling the treble and bass units, eliminates virtually all unwanted mechanical and definition, particularly through the vital crossover region is considerable. Kapton voice-coil former Kapton is a polyimide film with both excellent electrical insulation and thermal dissipation properties. Both qualities are essential for developing a loudspeaker that can play with minimal distortion at louder volume settings. Gold-plated connections Gold has both exceptional electrical conductivity and is also relatively malleable. When used for electrical connections, it creates a larger contact area and a lower resistance – ideal for preserving the optimum signal quality. Bi-wire terminal Bi-wire terminal are used to allow the bass and high frequency sections of loudspeakers to be wired independently. All bi-wireable loudspeakers are supplied with “bridging” clips, so that a signal wire can be used if desired. Although the maximum benefit of bi-wiring is achieved through using two sets of amplifiers with different channels driving the bass the treble frequencies, there are still significant acoustic advantages to running two sets of amplifier outputs. When bi-amping 9 using two stereo amplifiers ) with bi-wire speakers, it is recommended for each amplifier to be driving a bass and treble unit of one speaker, rather than having one amplifier driving both treble units and the other both bass units.  High grade OFC ( Oxygen free copper ) Copper is an excellent electrical conductor; however, oxygen impurities within the crystalline structure can adversely affect that conductivity. By refining the copper to a much high grade of purity, electrical conductivity can be improved and hence signal quality. Real wood veneer Mission uses only real veneers cut from renewable sources. Other manufacturers often use reformed wood pulp mashed and dyed to create the impression of exotic woods, whereas all Mission veneered loudspeakers use book matched pairs ( consecutive slices ) mirrored in the left and right speakers for a perfect match ) for the original, unprocessed wood. Mission believes a quality loudspeaker should not only sound natural and realistic, but also look and feels like a craftsman-built piece of quality furniture.  Bi-pole dispersion A”bi-polar” dispersion is ideal for surround channels in a multi-channel system. With all drivers firing in-phase, they produce a 180 degree hemisphere of sound with one of the destructive interference obtained at low frequencies using “di-pole” speakers. Positioned either on a rear a side wall, with one set of drivers pointing towards the listener and the other toward the wall, ”bi-polar” loudspeakers produce a direct sensation of the surround effect, but also superb sense of atmosphere and involvement.  Ferrofluid cooling Treble voice-coils are fine wires and tend to get very hot when used for a long time, or at high volumes. This can cause distortion and compression if the excess heat cannot be removed. Ferrofluids are used in treble drive units to sink heat between the voice-coil and the magnet assembly. They also passively damp the movement of the cone. They reside in what would normally be the air gap around the voice-coil, held in place by the speaker’s magnet. Neodymium Neodymium magnets ( NdFeB ) are one of a class known as “ rare earth” magnets. They are also sometimes known as “super magnets” because of their unbelievable strength, low weight, small size and their thermal stability. Die-cast Chassis Die-cast chassis are a huge improvement over plastic or even pressed steel units. Because of the manufacturing technique used, they can have a more complex three dimensional shape hence are much stronger. Because of their higher strength, they can be manufactured with an open frame design. This allows air moving backward from the cone to flow and be absorbed within the cabinet rather than being reflected back through the cone. There is an obvious improvement to mid-range clarity and timing. DiaDrive bass driver A natural mid-range quality is produced by a seam-free curvilinear cone formulated from a mixture of soft pulp and acrylic fibre specially designed for midband clarity and lucidity. Backing this with a stiff, conical support with increased area of contact with the voice coil for outstanding transient impact. Parawave Driver ‘Parawave’ is the result of years of research into the properties of aramid fibre and how they can best be used in loudspeaker cones. Aramids are man-made polymers with exceptional tensile strength – 5 times stronger than the equivalent weight of steel. To be effective in a loudspeaker cone, however, they need to be formed into a three dimensional matrix, bonded with a compatible resin and cured extensively.  NXT Drive Units Whilst conventional loudspeakers move in and out pistonically (fig 1 & fig 2) to create radiating beams of sound, NXT (or DML Distributed Mode) panels excite the surface of a material. In the same way that a piano soundboard amplifies the note from the strings, the sound is propagated from the entire surface of the panel at an amplified level. The waves across the surface form a complex, dense wave structure (fig 3), so has very different properties to the kind of pistonic sound produced by conventional loudspeakers. Semi-Spherical Dispersion Due to the way sound is propagated from the panel, M-cube loudspeakers radiate the full spectrum of sound at consistent levels in a full semi-spherical pattern. This is a major advantage over conventional loudspeakers. A conventional drive unit produces focussed beams of sound (Fig 1). This is fine if your listening area is 14px, such as tends to be the case when listening to music, but for films, when the room is more likely to be full of friends, the more uniform dispersion from the m-cube system is much better (Fig 2).  Optimized In-Room Response Again, due to the unique way that sound is propagated from the surface of the M-cube, the volume is very consistent in the room. Whereas conventional speakers produce a volume that decays very quickly the further the listener moves from the speaker, the decay from M-cube is a constant. Furthermore, when conventional speakers interact with each other, the ‘waves’ cause interference patterns in the room. M-cube is immune from this effect and produces a near perfect sound field throughout the room – This means the satellite speakers have a huge flexibility as to their positioning – in a corner, around an L-shaped room, on brackets or shelves – the result is a constant for everyone listening. LRT (Linear Reproduction Technology) Mission utilized a single source drive unit capable of exceptional high frequency response for the full M-iSphere and M-iSphere mini range. It eliminates the need for crossovers and maintains perfect phase linearity throughout the frequency spectrum; Quite expensive and difficult to produce but sounds better than multi-ways. Shell Cast DV Resin The M-iSphere speaker cabinets use a shell cast DV resin alongside a super rigid tubular and hemispherical design which effectively controls and cancels rear cone reflection leading to perfect timing and integration. USB Link Plug and Play instant accessibility to PC/Mac stored music files which have better sound quality than CD players in lossless format via a built-in USB connector.  Class-D Amplification Mission’s M-iSphere system series come with a high quality Class-D amplifier capable of fast and responsive amplification capabilities that guarantee a neutral response. It also enabled Mission to control a 5” driver so that it can change direction 30,000 times a second yet still pack a substantial bass punch without the need for an additional subwoofer. In-Grille Wave Guide The front grille incorporates an integral waveguide, allowing the treble unit to blend with the midrange output in a completely natural way. For the first time you can hear hi-fi speakers produce their designed performance without having to remove the grilles. Technology Manufacturing Corporate TFCT (Transverse Folded Cabinet Technology) We use two U-shaped sections bonded into each other to form a box, creating a structure that is much stronger and more rigid than other alternative methods. The U-coupled front and rear baffle greatly reduces cabinet vibration and hence colouration. Keraform (Ceramic Matrix Cone) ‘Keraform’ ceramic matrix drivers are a Mission first. Unlike the so-called ‘ceramic hardening’ applied to aluminium cones, ‘Keraform’ is a true ceramic material impregnated into a fibre matrix and then oven cured. Having a greater stiffness to mass ratio than any previous drive unit material, performance parameters for midrange performance, transient attack and detail resolution are exceptional, and set new standards in their class.  Paramid Mission’s ‘Paramid’ driver is formed using a sandwich structure. Aramid polymer fibres with incredible tensile strength are sandwiched between two stiffer pulp layers. This creates a cone which is very light and stiff, yet has superb internal damping. The internal damping drastically reduces cone-induced distortion by absorbing the transverse waves that travel through a cone following an impulse. Viotex Viotex is an extremely fine weave material which is both incredibly light and, when woven into a matrix and impregnated, is also very strong. Capable of moving at incredibly high speeds with minimal inertia, Viotex not only improves the upper frequency response band limit and improves the detail resolution, it is incredibly natural and relaxed in performance. Hemp Fibre Cone For the flagship Pilastro project, Mission has developed a new generation of hemp driver. Hemp is a natural fibre with higher tensile strength than steel, yet has superb internal damping characteristics. Completely linear and pistonic, even with fast transients, it is relaxed and natural in presentation. By controlling cone resonances with a double surround, each musical note starts and stops precisely with no overhang or blurring of the musical message – a natural material for a natural sound that brings an uncanny realism to vocals and instruments.  Symmetrical Driver Array A symmetrical configuration of drivers is used to improve dispersion and to improve imaging. Placed equidistant above and below the high-frequency driver, mid-range and bass drivers create an even horizontal dispersion and a controlled dispersion on the vertical plane. Having the treble unit centrally placed enhances the imaging by mimicking point-source dispersion. Interference patterns when a stereo pair of speakers are used to create an almost holographic sense of presence with the listener able to discern the exact location of instruments and voices within the sound stage.  Ring Dome Treble Unit Mission’s exclusive ‘ring dome’ treble unit uses a woven textile material formed in a double ring arrangement. The combination of textile dome and multi-ring surround applies optimum stiffness to the maximum radiating area. The dome and ring have double suspension with the voice coil attached at the junction between them. The voice coil sees minimum mass, yet the radiating area is large for greater efficiency. The result is high sensitivity and a wide bandwidth from 3kHz to 56kHz.  Equilibrium Balanced Bass Driver Decoupling bass vibrations from a cabinet has for many years been a core objective of loudspeaker design. Such vibrations can cause driver intermodulation as well as cabinet resonance. As part of the Pilastro project, Mission has developed a new system where side mounted bass drivers are arranged directly opposite to each other – each one connected to its counterpart using a force pipe. In this way, opposing vibrations generated by the drivers are self cancelling. The result is that all the drive unit energy is concentrated on moving the cone. Transient attack is sensational and rhythmic timing is precise. Cabinet colouration and resonance are entirely eliminated leaving only the drivers as providers of acoustic output.  IDG (Inverted Driver Geometry) Mission has pioneered the use of inverted driver geometry. By placing the treble unit below the bass or mid-range driver, the length of path is equalised so the waves coincide at the listener’s head-height. This principle is known as ‘time-alignment’. Granitech Cabinet Construction Formulated to provide the best combination of rigidity, damping and acoustic isolation, ‘Granitech’ is a stone-like material with a granulated structure that breaks up sound wave energy and provides an ultra-quiet structure. Audiophile Grade Crossover Mission use advanced computer modelling to produce an optimum response and minimum phase shift through each crossover point. This is then refined through critical listening tests and panel evaluation to produce an ideal performance. Our audiophile crossovers include components to reduce the effects of driver impedance peaks which would otherwise cause unwanted phase shifts through the crossover region. Crossover components are chosen for their specific audio qualities mounted on custom designed PCDs for minimum interaction and mounted using soft resin to dampen any mechanical interference. Side facing driver On large floor standing loudspeakers, it is often desirable to use a sideways facing driver. In small rooms, these should be positioned facing inwards to create a taut, controlled bass, free of room gain and boom. In larger rooms they can be switched to face outwards, improving presence and extending the lower frequency response. Heatsink cooled treble unit Maintaining a low temperature in a treble unit is essential for a consistent performance, especially at high volume levels. Heat is generated by current within the voice-coil and this need to be controlled to avoid compression and even damage to the unit. Viscous laminated treble unit The viscous laminated high frequency dome treble unit offers exceptionally smooth high frequency performance with a superior off-axis response. The ferro-fluid cooled voice-coil design is optimized to provide minimal compression at high volume levels with an ultra-fast transient response. Tri-wire terminals Tri-wire terminals are used to allow the bass, mid-range and high frequency sections of a loudspeaker to be wired independently as with bi-wiring. It is also possible to join either the bass and mid, or the mid and treble and bi-wire the speakers. ( see bi-wiring ) Magnetically shielded All our magnetically shielded loudspeakers are ideal for use in close proximity to all television sets or whatever magnetic interference is an issue. Direct Coupled Crossover The objective of any internal loudspeaker design is to transmit as much of the music as possible to the drivers with the fewest possible components in the way, degrading the signal. By mounting the crossover section directly to the rear loudspeaker terminals, the signal path is shortened and number of internal connections reduced. D2IS (Damped driver isolation system) The unique D2IS system is designed to reduce the effect of front baffle vibrations on the h.f. unit’s output. A low profile neodymium magnet enables the treble unit housing to be fully contained within the front baffle, mounted in a resiliently damped, compliant cradle. This increases the decoupling the treble and bass units, eliminates virtually all unwanted mechanical and definition, particularly through the vital crossover region is considerable. Kapton voice-coil former Kapton is a polyimide film with both excellent electrical insulation and thermal dissipation properties. Both qualities are essential for developing a loudspeaker that can play with minimal distortion at louder volume settings. Gold-plated connections Gold has both exceptional electrical conductivity and is also relatively malleable. When used for electrical connections, it creates a larger contact area and a lower resistance – ideal for preserving the optimum signal quality. Bi-wire terminal Bi-wire terminal are used to allow the bass and high frequency sections of loudspeakers to be wired independently. All bi-wireable loudspeakers are supplied with “bridging” clips, so that a signal wire can be used if desired. Although the maximum benefit of bi-wiring is achieved through using two sets of amplifiers with different channels driving the bass the treble frequencies, there are still significant acoustic advantages to running two sets of amplifier outputs. When bi-amping 9 using two stereo amplifiers ) with bi-wire speakers, it is recommended for each amplifier to be driving a bass and treble unit of one speaker, rather than having one amplifier driving both treble units and the other both bass units.  High grade OFC ( Oxygen free copper ) Copper is an excellent electrical conductor; however, oxygen impurities within the crystalline structure can adversely affect that conductivity. By refining the copper to a much high grade of purity, electrical conductivity can be improved and hence signal quality. Real wood veneer Mission uses only real veneers cut from renewable sources. Other manufacturers often use reformed wood pulp mashed and dyed to create the impression of exotic woods, whereas all Mission veneered loudspeakers use book matched pairs ( consecutive slices ) mirrored in the left and right speakers for a perfect match ) for the original, unprocessed wood. Mission believes a quality loudspeaker should not only sound natural and realistic, but also look and feels like a craftsman-built piece of quality furniture.  Bi-pole dispersion A”bi-polar” dispersion is ideal for surround channels in a multi-channel system. With all drivers firing in-phase, they produce a 180 degree hemisphere of sound with one of the destructive interference obtained at low frequencies using “di-pole” speakers. Positioned either on a rear a side wall, with one set of drivers pointing towards the listener and the other toward the wall, ”bi-polar” loudspeakers produce a direct sensation of the surround effect, but also superb sense of atmosphere and involvement.  Ferrofluid cooling Treble voice-coils are fine wires and tend to get very hot when used for a long time, or at high volumes. This can cause distortion and compression if the excess heat cannot be removed. Ferrofluids are used in treble drive units to sink heat between the voice-coil and the magnet assembly. They also passively damp the movement of the cone. They reside in what would normally be the air gap around the voice-coil, held in place by the speaker’s magnet. Neodymium Neodymium magnets ( NdFeB ) are one of a class known as “ rare earth” magnets. They are also sometimes known as “super magnets” because of their unbelievable strength, low weight, small size and their thermal stability. Die-cast Chassis Die-cast chassis are a huge improvement over plastic or even pressed steel units. Because of the manufacturing technique used, they can have a more complex three dimensional shape hence are much stronger. Because of their higher strength, they can be manufactured with an open frame design. This allows air moving backward from the cone to flow and be absorbed within the cabinet rather than being reflected back through the cone. There is an obvious improvement to mid-range clarity and timing. 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In the same way that a piano soundboard amplifies the note from the strings, the sound is propagated from the entire surface of the panel at an amplified level. The waves across the surface form a complex, dense wave structure (fig 3), so has very different properties to the kind of pistonic sound produced by conventional loudspeakers. Semi-Spherical Dispersion Due to the way sound is propagated from the panel, M-cube loudspeakers radiate the full spectrum of sound at consistent levels in a full semi-spherical pattern. This is a major advantage over conventional loudspeakers. A conventional drive unit produces focussed beams of sound (Fig 1). This is fine if your listening area is 14px, such as tends to be the case when listening to music, but for films, when the room is more likely to be full of friends, the more uniform dispersion from the m-cube system is much better (Fig 2). Optimized In-Room Response Again, due to the unique way that sound is propagated from the surface of the M-cube, the volume is very consistent in the room. Whereas conventional speakers produce a volume that decays very quickly the further the listener moves from the speaker, the decay from M-cube is a constant. Furthermore, when conventional speakers interact with each other, the ‘waves’ cause interference patterns in the room. M-cube is immune from this effect and produces a near perfect sound field throughout the room – This means the satellite speakers have a huge flexibility as to their positioning – in a corner, around an L-shaped room, on brackets or shelves – the result is a constant for everyone listening. LRT (Linear Reproduction Technology) Mission utilized a single source drive unit capable of exceptional high frequency response for the full M-iSphere and M-iSphere mini range. It eliminates the need for crossovers and maintains perfect phase linearity throughout the frequency spectrum; Quite expensive and difficult to produce but sounds better than multi-ways. Shell Cast DV Resin The M-iSphere speaker cabinets use a shell cast DV resin alongside a super rigid tubular and hemispherical design which effectively controls and cancels rear cone reflection leading to perfect timing and integration. USB Link Plug and Play instant accessibility to PC/Mac stored music files which have better sound quality than CD players in lossless format via a built-in USB connector.  Class-D Amplification Mission’s M-iSphere system series come with a high quality Class-D amplifier capable of fast and responsive amplification capabilities that guarantee a neutral response. It also enabled Mission to control a 5” driver so that it can change direction 30,000 times a second yet still pack a substantial bass punch without the need for an additional subwoofer. In-Grille Wave Guide The front grille incorporates an integral waveguide, allowing the treble unit to blend with the midrange output in a completely natural way. For the first time you can hear hi-fi speakers produce their designed performance without having to remove the grilles. Technology TFCT (Transverse Folded Cabinet Technology) We use two U-shaped sections bonded into each other to form a box, creating a structure that is much stronger and more rigid than other alternative methods. The U-coupled front and rear baffle greatly reduces cabinet vibration and hence colouration. Keraform (Ceramic Matrix Cone) ‘Keraform’ ceramic matrix drivers are a Mission first. Unlike the so-called ‘ceramic hardening’ applied to aluminium cones, ‘Keraform’ is a true ceramic material impregnated into a fibre matrix and then oven cured. Having a greater stiffness to mass ratio than any previous drive unit material, performance parameters for midrange performance, transient attack and detail resolution are exceptional, and set new standards in their class.  Paramid Mission’s ‘Paramid’ driver is formed using a sandwich structure. Aramid polymer fibres with incredible tensile strength are sandwiched between two stiffer pulp layers. This creates a cone which is very light and stiff, yet has superb internal damping. The internal damping drastically reduces cone-induced distortion by absorbing the transverse waves that travel through a cone following an impulse. Viotex Viotex is an extremely fine weave material which is both incredibly light and, when woven into a matrix and impregnated, is also very strong. Capable of moving at incredibly high speeds with minimal inertia, Viotex not only improves the upper frequency response band limit and improves the detail resolution, it is incredibly natural and relaxed in performance. Hemp Fibre Cone For the flagship Pilastro project, Mission has developed a new generation of hemp driver. Hemp is a natural fibre with higher tensile strength than steel, yet has superb internal damping characteristics. Completely linear and pistonic, even with fast transients, it is relaxed and natural in presentation. By controlling cone resonances with a double surround, each musical note starts and stops precisely with no overhang or blurring of the musical message – a natural material for a natural sound that brings an uncanny realism to vocals and instruments.  Symmetrical Driver Array A symmetrical configuration of drivers is used to improve dispersion and to improve imaging. Placed equidistant above and below the high-frequency driver, mid-range and bass drivers create an even horizontal dispersion and a controlled dispersion on the vertical plane. Having the treble unit centrally placed enhances the imaging by mimicking point-source dispersion. Interference patterns when a stereo pair of speakers are used to create an almost holographic sense of presence with the listener able to discern the exact location of instruments and voices within the sound stage.  Ring Dome Treble Unit Mission’s exclusive ‘ring dome’ treble unit uses a woven textile material formed in a double ring arrangement. The combination of textile dome and multi-ring surround applies optimum stiffness to the maximum radiating area. The dome and ring have double suspension with the voice coil attached at the junction between them. The voice coil sees minimum mass, yet the radiating area is large for greater efficiency. The result is high sensitivity and a wide bandwidth from 3kHz to 56kHz.  Equilibrium Balanced Bass Driver Decoupling bass vibrations from a cabinet has for many years been a core objective of loudspeaker design. Such vibrations can cause driver intermodulation as well as cabinet resonance. As part of the Pilastro project, Mission has developed a new system where side mounted bass drivers are arranged directly opposite to each other – each one connected to its counterpart using a force pipe. In this way, opposing vibrations generated by the drivers are self cancelling. The result is that all the drive unit energy is concentrated on moving the cone. Transient attack is sensational and rhythmic timing is precise. Cabinet colouration and resonance are entirely eliminated leaving only the drivers as providers of acoustic output.  IDG (Inverted Driver Geometry) Mission has pioneered the use of inverted driver geometry. By placing the treble unit below the bass or mid-range driver, the length of path is equalised so the waves coincide at the listener’s head-height. This principle is known as ‘time-alignment’. Granitech Cabinet Construction Formulated to provide the best combination of rigidity, damping and acoustic isolation, ‘Granitech’ is a stone-like material with a granulated structure that breaks up sound wave energy and provides an ultra-quiet structure. Audiophile Grade Crossover Mission use advanced computer modelling to produce an optimum response and minimum phase shift through each crossover point. This is then refined through critical listening tests and panel evaluation to produce an ideal performance. Our audiophile crossovers include components to reduce the effects of driver impedance peaks which would otherwise cause unwanted phase shifts through the crossover region. Crossover components are chosen for their specific audio qualities mounted on custom designed PCDs for minimum interaction and mounted using soft resin to dampen any mechanical interference. Side facing driver On large floor standing loudspeakers, it is often desirable to use a sideways facing driver. In small rooms, these should be positioned facing inwards to create a taut, controlled bass, free of room gain and boom. In larger rooms they can be switched to face outwards, improving presence and extending the lower frequency response. Heatsink cooled treble unit Maintaining a low temperature in a treble unit is essential for a consistent performance, especially at high volume levels. Heat is generated by current within the voice-coil and this need to be controlled to avoid compression and even damage to the unit. Viscous laminated treble unit The viscous laminated high frequency dome treble unit offers exceptionally smooth high frequency performance with a superior off-axis response. The ferro-fluid cooled voice-coil design is optimized to provide minimal compression at high volume levels with an ultra-fast transient response. Tri-wire terminals Tri-wire terminals are used to allow the bass, mid-range and high frequency sections of a loudspeaker to be wired independently as with bi-wiring. It is also possible to join either the bass and mid, or the mid and treble and bi-wire the speakers. ( see bi-wiring ) Magnetically shielded All our magnetically shielded loudspeakers are ideal for use in close proximity to all television sets or whatever magnetic interference is an issue. Direct Coupled Crossover The objective of any internal loudspeaker design is to transmit as much of the music as possible to the drivers with the fewest possible components in the way, degrading the signal. By mounting the crossover section directly to the rear loudspeaker terminals, the signal path is shortened and number of internal connections reduced. D2IS (Damped driver isolation system) The unique D2IS system is designed to reduce the effect of front baffle vibrations on the h.f. unit’s output. A low profile neodymium magnet enables the treble unit housing to be fully contained within the front baffle, mounted in a resiliently damped, compliant cradle. This increases the decoupling the treble and bass units, eliminates virtually all unwanted mechanical and definition, particularly through the vital crossover region is considerable. Kapton voice-coil former Kapton is a polyimide film with both excellent electrical insulation and thermal dissipation properties. Both qualities are essential for developing a loudspeaker that can play with minimal distortion at louder volume settings. Gold-plated connections Gold has both exceptional electrical conductivity and is also relatively malleable. When used for electrical connections, it creates a larger contact area and a lower resistance – ideal for preserving the optimum signal quality. Bi-wire terminal Bi-wire terminal are used to allow the bass and high frequency sections of loudspeakers to be wired independently. All bi-wireable loudspeakers are supplied with “bridging” clips, so that a signal wire can be used if desired. Although the maximum benefit of bi-wiring is achieved through using two sets of amplifiers with different channels driving the bass the treble frequencies, there are still significant acoustic advantages to running two sets of amplifier outputs. When bi-amping 9 using two stereo amplifiers ) with bi-wire speakers, it is recommended for each amplifier to be driving a bass and treble unit of one speaker, rather than having one amplifier driving both treble units and the other both bass units.  High grade OFC ( Oxygen free copper ) Copper is an excellent electrical conductor; however, oxygen impurities within the crystalline structure can adversely affect that conductivity. By refining the copper to a much high grade of purity, electrical conductivity can be improved and hence signal quality. Real wood veneer Mission uses only real veneers cut from renewable sources. Other manufacturers often use reformed wood pulp mashed and dyed to create the impression of exotic woods, whereas all Mission veneered loudspeakers use book matched pairs ( consecutive slices ) mirrored in the left and right speakers for a perfect match ) for the original, unprocessed wood. Mission believes a quality loudspeaker should not only sound natural and realistic, but also look and feels like a craftsman-built piece of quality furniture.  Bi-pole dispersion A”bi-polar” dispersion is ideal for surround channels in a multi-channel system. With all drivers firing in-phase, they produce a 180 degree hemisphere of sound with one of the destructive interference obtained at low frequencies using “di-pole” speakers. Positioned either on a rear a side wall, with one set of drivers pointing towards the listener and the other toward the wall, ”bi-polar” loudspeakers produce a direct sensation of the surround effect, but also superb sense of atmosphere and involvement.  Ferrofluid cooling Treble voice-coils are fine wires and tend to get very hot when used for a long time, or at high volumes. This can cause distortion and compression if the excess heat cannot be removed. Ferrofluids are used in treble drive units to sink heat between the voice-coil and the magnet assembly. They also passively damp the movement of the cone. They reside in what would normally be the air gap around the voice-coil, held in place by the speaker’s magnet. Neodymium Neodymium magnets ( NdFeB ) are one of a class known as “ rare earth” magnets. They are also sometimes known as “super magnets” because of their unbelievable strength, low weight, small size and their thermal stability. Die-cast Chassis Die-cast chassis are a huge improvement over plastic or even pressed steel units. Because of the manufacturing technique used, they can have a more complex three dimensional shape hence are much stronger. Because of their higher strength, they can be manufactured with an open frame design. This allows air moving backward from the cone to flow and be absorbed within the cabinet rather than being reflected back through the cone. There is an obvious improvement to mid-range clarity and timing. DiaDrive bass driver A natural mid-range quality is produced by a seam-free curvilinear cone formulated from a mixture of soft pulp and acrylic fibre specially designed for midband clarity and lucidity. Backing this with a stiff, conical support with increased area of contact with the voice coil for outstanding transient impact. Parawave Driver ‘Parawave’ is the result of years of research into the properties of aramid fibre and how they can best be used in loudspeaker cones. Aramids are man-made polymers with exceptional tensile strength – 5 times stronger than the equivalent weight of steel. To be effective in a loudspeaker cone, however, they need to be formed into a three dimensional matrix, bonded with a compatible resin and cured extensively.  NXT Drive Units Whilst conventional loudspeakers move in and out pistonically (fig 1 & fig 2) to create radiating beams of sound, NXT (or DML Distributed Mode) panels excite the surface of a material. In the same way that a piano soundboard amplifies the note from the strings, the sound is propagated from the entire surface of the panel at an amplified level. The waves across the surface form a complex, dense wave structure (fig 3), so has very different properties to the kind of pistonic sound produced by conventional loudspeakers. Semi-Spherical Dispersion Due to the way sound is propagated from the panel, M-cube loudspeakers radiate the full spectrum of sound at consistent levels in a full semi-spherical pattern. This is a major advantage over conventional loudspeakers. A conventional drive unit produces focussed beams of sound (Fig 1). This is fine if your listening area is 14px, such as tends to be the case when listening to music, but for films, when the room is more likely to be full of friends, the more uniform dispersion from the m-cube system is much better (Fig 2).  Optimized In-Room Response Again, due to the unique way that sound is propagated from the surface of the M-cube, the volume is very consistent in the room. Whereas conventional speakers produce a volume that decays very quickly the further the listener moves from the speaker, the decay from M-cube is a constant. Furthermore, when conventional speakers interact with each other, the ‘waves’ cause interference patterns in the room. M-cube is immune from this effect and produces a near perfect sound field throughout the room – This means the satellite speakers have a huge flexibility as to their positioning – in a corner, around an L-shaped room, on brackets or shelves – the result is a constant for everyone listening. LRT (Linear Reproduction Technology) Mission utilized a single source drive unit capable of exceptional high frequency response for the full M-iSphere and M-iSphere mini range. It eliminates the need for crossovers and maintains perfect phase linearity throughout the frequency spectrum; Quite expensive and difficult to produce but sounds better than multi-ways. Shell Cast DV Resin The M-iSphere speaker cabinets use a shell cast DV resin alongside a super rigid tubular and hemispherical design which effectively controls and cancels rear cone reflection leading to perfect timing and integration. Manufacturing Since its foundation in 1977, Mission has been recognised as one of the leading lights of the audio industry. Our continuous research programme has led to award-winning products in every sector of the loudspeaker market. These have been recognised by some of the most prestigious audio press and industry bodies, both here in the UK and from around the world. These awards encompass innovative design; build quality, acoustic performance and quality of service.   Mission’s loudspeaker cabinets begin life as large sheets of wood delivered to the cabinet plant for machining, sanding, sealing and lacquering before assembly as loudspeaker enclosures. Mission’s cabinet plant can produce approx. 10,000 floor-standing cabinets per month. Every machine connects to a highly sophisticated dust extraction system providing over 80% of the fuel for the factory, in the form of heating and air conditioning.   The automated CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) routers take 2.44M by 1.22M boards of MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard) and using diamond tipped cutters, produce the components necessary for our cabinet assembly. Whilst the majority of the cabinet manufacture is automated, the construction and the finishing are done by hand to ensure air tight seals and a perfect finish. The use of a precision pad sander still requires the human touch to attain the high quality finish Mission customers have come to expect from our products.   Every veneered cabinet manufactured, undergoes numerous finishing processes. These include, initial sealing of the veneer followed by 4 coats of water-based lacquers, between each coat the lacquered veneer is re-sanded to give a superior finish. Gloss finished cabinets are finished with 7 coats of gloss lacquers, each one dried at an ambient temperature for 24 hours then cut and polished by hand before the next layer is applied. Mission's high quality finishing is something that can only be achieved through years of experience; many of those employed are seasoned quality cabinet makers and finishers used to working to piano grade standards.   The drive units used in mission loudspeakers are each superlative examples of the art. Manufactured entirely in-house, even down to the motor assembly, they are all engineered to work in perfect synergy with the rest of the design. A huge range of cone materials, voice-coils, surrounds and chassis are used within our drive unit production department, which allow great flexibility for our acoustic engineers. 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