Tall and elegant, the Mission e83 tower loudspeaker is a true audiophile speaker that gives outstanding full-range performance. The curved form to the Grania cabinet optimises dispersion and provides a rigid framework for the drive units as well as providing a visually attractive profile. Mission designed Grania cabinet walls are formed from graded layers of MDF and particle board shaped into an extensively braced and solid cabinet which achieves outstandingly low coloration levels.
A solid, machined plinth adds stability and improves bass transient performance. Triple Auxiliary Bass Radiators enhance bass dynamics and extension, allowing the Paramid-S drivers to cross over smoothly to a Viotex fabric dome treble unit in Mission’s IDG format. With high efficiency and super-wide bandwidth, the Mission e83 is ideal for stereo hi-fi and as part of the top elegante home entertainment system.
- Paramid-S Bass Unit
- Viotex-S fabric dome Treble Unit
- Profiled cabinet style
- Triple ABR
- Acufil damping
- Audiophile grade bass crossover components
- Audiophile grade treble crossover components
- Grania enclosure
- Profiled plinth
- Magnetically shielded
- IDG (Inverted Driver Geometry)
- Sandwich cone for optimum bass and midrange
- Fine detailing and extended bandwidth for SACD &
- Optimises response and enhances dispersion
- Low distortion bass extension
- Excellent balance between absorption and damping of
internal cabinet energy
- Laminated Silicon Iron coils reduce level dependant
- Audiophile grade polypropylene capacitors ensure HF
- Attenuates panel coloration
- Improves stability and bass transient performance
- Suitable for hi-fi stereo and AV use
- Smooth phase response through the crossover region
helps precision stereo imaging
Speaker Setting Up
- RUN IN for at least 24 hours before serious listening.
- Use supplied floor spikes for optimum performance.
- Position within 30cm — 80cm of rear wall.
- Use good quality speaker cables.
- Contact : Dicky Ng 012-3308893
- Contact : John Yew 016-2861000
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