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mission m7x v m3x?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by sarll, Nov 4, 2003.

  1. sarll

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    Hi

    Has anyone demoed any of the M3 series speakers yet?

    Finding info hard and haven't been able to get my nearest av store in a while.

    Are the M3's technically a replacement/upgrade on the m7 range or could they be worse?

    Any feedback welcome.........
     
  2. adi

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    they are a replacement on the m7 range
    i am considering buying from this range when i upgrade
    looked at them at the manchester show and they looked a good quality, well made product with a good range of sizes / applications throughout the range - but i obviously couldnt demo them at the time
    the m35 fronts which i am considering are a 3 way design and are apparently "getting to the dealers round about now"

    if you demo any in the meantime, i'd be interested to hear your opinions

    adi
     
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    cheers adi.

    Hopefully i'll get a demo at the weekend.

    I'm also interested to see if the new entry centre (m3c1) is an improvement over the the old M7c1 - as that was a bit of a weak link before. I prefer the slimmer design of these centres but may be forced to look at the larger m3c2.
     

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