Mission has announced its latest, LX speaker range – a six-strong series including bookshelf, floorstanding, surround and centre-channel options
New tweeter and driver designs are included plus a new internal cabinet bracing design. A Linkwitz-Riley crossover network is also featured.
The LX-1, LX-2, LX-3 and LX-4 are two-way designs, combining the 25mm Mission tweeter with one mid/bass driver in the LX-1 (100mm driver) and LX-2 (130mm driver) and two mid/bass drivers in the LX-3 (130mm drivers), LX4 (165mm drivers) and LX-C (100mm drivers). The LX-5 is a three-way design, using 165mm drivers.
The Mission LX series is available now, in a choice of three finishes: white, black and walnut.
The suggested retail prices are: LX-1 – Bookshelf or Surround speaker – £110 LX-2 – Bookshelf speaker – £160 LX-3 – Floorstanding speaker – £400 LX-4 – Floorstanding speaker – £500 LX-5 – Floorstanding speaker – £750 LX-C – Centre speaker – £110.
To learn more, click www.mission.co.uk
Dave24th February 2017 at 5:44 pm
Mission got lots of dealer floor space here in Canaduh in the ’80’s.
This is the first I’ve seen about them since,meaning in Canaduh.
A Googling I go.
Paul Rigby24th February 2017 at 5:48 pm
Hehe – good idea, Dave.
Dinesh30th December 2017 at 9:57 am
Hi again Paul 🙂
Great article as usual!
What’s the difference between LX and MX series from Mission?
Also I’m very confused between Boston Acoustics A25 and Mission LX-1. Can you help?
Paul Rigby30th December 2017 at 11:55 pm
Hi Dinesh – I believe that the LX was released to replace the MX series of speakers.
Re. your next question? Well the Boston speakers are much more expensive and I’d say rather more capable. You’d need to upgrade to the LX-2 to find a better competitor. If you do then the LX-2 is the winner.
Dinesh7th January 2018 at 6:26 am
Thank you!! Paul 🙂
T. Michael26th February 2018 at 12:29 pm
Where can I buy the Mission LX-2 (pair) in the States?
Paul Rigby26th February 2018 at 4:03 pm
Thanks for your note. As far as I know, there are no US distributors so I would advise talking to the Canadian distributor and arranging something from them:
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