-- Innovative In-Wall Loudspeakers Feature NXT SurfaceSound Technology --
Huntingdon, England, September 5, 2003 -Mission, renowned worldwide for its leading edge design and craftsmanship in quality audio products, is demonstrating its new space -saving fs Pro Ceiling and fs Pro In -Wall loudspeakers at CEDIA 2003 (Booth 30 at the Indianapolis Convention Center, September 5 - 7, 2003). Designed for unprecedented placement flexibility and performance, the new fs Pro Ceiling loudspeakers utilize advanced NXT® SurfaceSound technology and offer a broad range of custom installation options.
Noted Steve Adams, Mission's New Technologies Manager: "Today's custom installation marketplace is driven by the need for innovative loudspeakers that can serve a variety of uses, both for music and home theater applications. Our new fs Pro Ceiling and In -Wall speakers provide a new level of installation flexibility, as well as exceptionally even, wide sound dispersion characteristics for high -quality music and speech reproduction at virtually all possible listening positions in a room."
Featuring a distinctive circular front, the Mission fs Pro Ceiling speaker is a flush -mount unit, designed to provide very high clarity and very wide dispersion. Due to the even sound distribution over both angle and distance, the number of speakers required to cover a given area can be significantly reduced. The fs Pro Ceiling speaker will flush -mount in ceilings measuring approximately 3/8 to 1 -3/8 inches thick.
The fs Pro In -Wall is designed to provide powerful bass, dynamically detailed midrange and clean, crisp treble performance. Fitted with six front baffle adjusting screws for the automatically -locating clamps that enable it to be easily mounted in drywall, the Pro In -Wall is an outstandingly impressive loudspeaker, easy to drive and tolerant of a wide range of amplifiers.
With its blend of discreet appearance and high power handling, the Pro In -Wall is ideal for music distribution and in compact home theater installations where it can be partnered with the matching ms10 subwoofer.
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.