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Mission speakers

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by finlab, Jul 25, 2002.

  1. finlab

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    I have mission m773's and my first av amp (marantz 5200) will be delivered next week. I would like to have mission surrounds and have been offered m7c + m7ds ex demo for £170.
    Is this a bargain, are they any good?
    Any comments welcomed
     
  2. Ron240

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    Yes they certainly are good,thats what i use together with M74 fronts and i am very pleased with them. Your price is £55 cheaper than the lowest new price from a reliable retailer. Im not sure about buying ex demo speakers though,but then that's just me, im sure they would be fine.
     
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    I own M73's, M7c2 center and M7ds rears, I think they are great sounding speakers I have them paired with a Denon avr-1802.

    I always by new it is just a personal prefrence.

    A lot of sound in films come from you center speaker, I would try to get M7c2 center if possible is alot better than the
    M7c1 and matches quality sound of your M73's.

    I would also look into getting a Radio Shack SPL meter so you can set all your speakers to balanced levels.
     
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    The 773e's use Aerogel drive units which are quite distinctive in their sound, my advice would be try and get hold of a 77c1 which also has Aerogel drivers, availaible for around 100 pounds new (new was 200 but got flogged off to RS) this is a far better centre than the M7c1 and also very well reviewed
     
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    Thanks for that :)
     

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