-- Full Lineup of Home Theater and Music Loudspeakers Combines Elegant Design with Outstanding Sound Quality --
Huntingdon, England, September 5, 2003 -Mission, the British loudspeaker manufacturer renowned worldwide for its leading edge design and craftsmanship of quality audio products, is previewing a breakthrough in audio performance and value at its CEDIA 2003 Booth 30 (at the Indianapolis Convention Center, September 5 - 7, 2003) - -the affordable new m3 Series loudspeakers. Mission's m3 Series speakers utilize advanced sonic technologies to transmit the power, excitement and emotion of music, providing audio excellence at an affordable price.
Featuring ten speaker models, including a miniature bookshelf, two stylish stand -mount, and three elegant floorstanding units, plus a line of home theater speakers, the Mission m3 Series has been carefully engineered for maximum flexibility in custom installations. To match the aesthetics of any living environment, m3 loudspeakers are available in a choice of three finishes -Graphite Black, Beech or Cherry.
The m3 series features a brand new driver system, which Mission designates its DiaDrive bass unit. Combining the best attributes of soft fiber and high -rigidity cones in one multi -layer diaphragm, the result is remarkable bass coupled with harmonious, natural midrange performance.
To match the remarkable attributes of the DiaDrive bass driver, an ultra -light, Viotex fabric dome treble unit reproduces high frequencies with exceptionally wide dynamic range and finesse. An extended response to beyond 30kHz is just one indication of the speed of response from this unit.
All speakers in the m3 Series are magnetically shielded, which makes them suitable for enthusiasts who enjoy movies as much as music.
The Mission m3 Series will be available this fall with suggested retail prices ranging from $199 to $899.
Founded in 1977, Mission has established an enviable reputation for designing and manufacturing quality loudspeakers. In 1978 Mission launched the revolutionary 770 loudspeaker, the first audiophile loudspeaker to use a polypropylene drive unit and, since then, has constantly introduced new technology and the radical manufacturing techniques that have played a key part in Mission's success. Constantly breaking through technological barriers has involved making huge investments in human and engineering resources. Mission's headquarters in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, feature the latest in production and computing technology to help maintain its position at the forefront of the home entertainment industry.