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MISSION E3ASR SUBWOOFER £195.70..Delivered Save £342.55!! @ Superfi

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Very good price for a good subwoofer. In the E series, Mission have combined years of quality loudspeaker manufacturing experience with striking contemporary design and technological innovation. … Read More
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8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago
Very good price for a good subwoofer.

In the E series, Mission have combined years of quality loudspeaker manufacturing experience with striking contemporary design and technological innovation.

The Mission E3ASR is a 250 watt subwoofer in a chunky, impressive cabinet, delivering a bigger, more impressive bass soundstage on your favourite movie soundtracks. It also features a handy remote control, making setup of the E3ASR as easy as pie. All this at amazing, low price - a true bargain.

Presented in a smart curved cabinet, the Mission E3ASR is a top notch sub to make your home cinema system complete.

For a full 5.1 or 7.1 channel system, consider the matching Mission E3C centre speaker, E34 standmount speakers and the E30 or E32 bookshelf speakers all available from Superfi.
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#1
There are a few crazy cheep things on the Superfi website. I got the EPOS M sub for £244 (£391 off!) and I think I mite order the M8 Cetre as its £83 (£210 off).

This Mission would probably fit into more systems easier than the EPOS one.

HOT HOT.
#2
sadly only in walnut =[ need it in cherry to match the rest of my elan range speakers *gutted*
#3
edzio
sadly only in walnut =[ need it in cherry to match the rest of my elan range speakers *gutted*



Cherry here - £179 - hiway hifi
#4
Probably a good sub, but the EPOS M SUB at £ 244 is an amazing price , and truly top quality........... I know, I just bought one...... as good as mission may be, they are not in the same class as Epos speakers.......

Also, the original price on the Mission ( like ALL their products ) is ARTIFICIALLY HIGH, Mission is now just a brand name, as the company went bust, and is now most likely, part of the Richer Sounds group..........so I would treat their £ 500 RRP with a bucket of salt, seeing as this sub is available at lots of places for around £ 199

The Epos on the other hand, is £ 499 everywhere else, and only £ 244 at SuperFi, and with a feasible RRP of £ 649....
#5
Yeah but if you want a true sub bargain, you need to go here:

http://www.bkelec.com/HiFi/Sub_Woofers.htm


The Monolith is amazing if you have the room.

http://www.bkelec.com/HiFi/Sub_Woofers/Monolith%20Review.pdf

:thumbsup:
#6
The EPOS is better ( I got one) but having had Mission stuff in the past as well this Mission mite 'fit in' with the sound of a some cheeper systems easier. The EPOS mite just highlight the shortcomings of the rest of a system, and EPOS have a more individual 'sound' than most Mission stuff.

Both good though.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/309046/epos-m-subwoofer-offer-244-63-down-/

cats
Probably a good sub, but the EPOS M SUB at £ 244 is an amazing price , and truly top quality........... I know, I just bought one...... as good as mission may be, they are not in the same class as Epos speakers.......

Also, the original price on the Mission ( like ALL their products ) is ARTIFICIALLY HIGH, Mission is now just a brand name, as the company went bust, and is now most likely, part of the Richer Sounds group..........so I would treat their £ 500 RRP with a bucket of salt, seeing as this sub is available at lots of places for around £ 199

The Epos on the other hand, is £ 499 everywhere else, and only £ 244 at SuperFi, and with a feasible RRP of £ 649....
#7
cheapskate58
Yeah but if you want a true sub bargain, you need to go here:

http://www.bkelec.com/HiFi/Sub_Woofers.htm


The Monolith is amazing if you have the room.

http://www.bkelec.com/HiFi/Sub_Woofers/Monolith%20Review.pdf

:thumbsup:


The Monoliths are good, but if you want real bass, go here: http://www.svsubwoofers.com/index.html

I've got the PC-Ultra 13 and it is awesome! Just been watching Iron Man and things have been falling off the walls tha bass is so strong (and that's without distortion).
#8
Some mixed reviews about the company here ( http://www.kelkoo.co.uk/mr-3934523-superfi-online?sortBy=newest&numPerPage=10 ) might be worth a quick read if your planning on ordering from them.....price wise it seems like a good deal though.
#9
I have been thinking of getting a BK Gemini to replace my KEF sub.

Anyone know if the gemini would go well with some KEF eggs?
#10
used to be a good make years ago tho there were better stuff at the budget end such as mordaunt short, tannoy

looks ugly as hell tho
#11
releaseyourself;4187256
I have been thinking of getting a BK Gemini to replace my KEF sub.

Anyone know if the gemini would go well with some KEF eggs?

whats wrong with the kef sub? it sounds ok for movies, well for a 'fashion/style' speaker
#12
phoopha
The Monoliths are good, but if you want real bass, go here: http://www.svsubwoofers.com/index.html

I've got the PC-Ultra 13 and it is awesome! Just been watching Iron Man and things have been falling off the walls tha bass is so strong (and that's without distortion).


No value there tho'.

http://www.subsonicsounds.co.uk/html/cylinder-sub-pc-ultra.html

Big, ugly feckers too!!

Hugely expensive and if you're after bang for your buck, two Monoliths will give everything for less than £900:thumbsup:
#13
releaseyourself
I have been thinking of getting a BK Gemini to replace my KEF sub.

Anyone know if the gemini would go well with some KEF eggs?


It probably will but if you can afford it, buy the XLS200.

http://www.bkelec.com/HiFi/Sub_Woofers/XLS200-DF.htm

Very good reviews all around the interweb if you care to go and look them up:thumbsup:
#14
royals
whats wrong with the kef sub? it sounds ok for movies, well for a 'fashion/style' speaker


Its started the deadly buzzing noise. I will be trying the 37p maplins fix to see if that works first.
#15
cheapskate58
It probably will but if you can afford it, buy the XLS200.

http://www.bkelec.com/HiFi/Sub_Woofers/XLS200-DF.htm

Very good reviews all around the interweb if you care to go and look them up:thumbsup:


Thats the one i would go for but moneys tight at the minute due to a 50" panny arriving in the morning.

I could only reach to £200 unless i can fix my KEF sub and ebay it.
#16
releaseyourself
Thats the one i would go for but moneys tight at the minute due to a 50" panny arriving in the morning.

I could only reach to £200 unless i can fix my KEF sub and ebay it.


It's only a few quid more and you know you'll regret it later on if you go for the lesser option.

Hold fire for a month or so and buy the xls200 'cos it'll make a huge amount of difference.

You know it makes sense:p
#17
cats

Also, the original price on the Mission ( like ALL their products ) is ARTIFICIALLY HIGH, Mission is now just a brand name, as the company went bust, and is now most likely, part of the Richer Sounds group..........so I would treat their £ 500 RRP with a bucket of salt, seeing as this sub is available at lots of places for around £ 199


For your info Mission did not go bust , never have done , as they were bought by the IAG group of companies & merged into their portfolio , they have no connection whatsoever with Richer Sounds .

The reason the price is what it is is because it is an " end of line " speaker .
#18
Hi, I've got this exact sub and i'm reasonably pleased with it. I only got my amp and speakers recently so i'm still tweaking things to get a more optimal sound. Just to let you know that if this is the E3ASR model as quoted then the picture is wrong. Mine has a little window with an lcd type display and can be controlled with a remote. I think the photo is of the E3AS model.
#19
and p.s. this thing is huge, but i would say it looks really nice, picture doesn't really do it justice but everyone's taste is different
#20
releaseyourself
I have been thinking of getting a BK Gemini to replace my KEF sub.

Anyone know if the gemini would go well with some KEF eggs?


My SVS PC-Ultra 13 works well with my Kef speakers. :)
#21
cheapskate58
No value there tho'.

http://www.subsonicsounds.co.uk/html/cylinder-sub-pc-ultra.html

Big, ugly feckers too!!

Hugely expensive and if you're after bang for your buck, two Monoliths will give everything for less than £900:thumbsup:


It's very good value. To get anything else that performs like it you'd need to spend upwards of £3000. Before I bought it, I auditioned various subs from companies like B&W, REL, Velodyne and Mission. The SVS easily outperformed them all. As for being big and ugly, well, yes, it is big, but you can hide it away behind something else, or just make a cover for it that better suits your aesthetic tastes.
#22
releaseyourself
Its started the deadly buzzing noise. I will be trying the 37p maplins fix to see if that works first.


The Kef PCW2000 subs have a known fault where they stop working. It 's an issue on one of the circuit boards and isn't really worth paying to get fixed.
#23
phoopha
It's very good value. To get anything else that performs like it you'd need to spend upwards of £3000.


No, you can spend £900 on TWO Monoliths:thumbsup:
#24
phoopha
My SVS PC-Ultra 13 works well with my Kef speakers. :)


You're teaming that with what Kefs?:?
#25
I picked one up here for £190 with next day delivery:

http://audioaffair.co.uk/index.php?act=viewProd&productId=1689

Initial impressions are that it's a lot more refined than my previous sub (Gale 3080, perhaps not hard). It's not at all boomey, which will take some time to get used to. It has much better timing and precision. It looks very nice in my opinion, and it has 5 presets which means you can switch between movie and music settings using remote without having to get up and grope around behind the back of the unit.

I'm using it with an KEF IQ5SE, IQ2c, IQ1 set via an Onkyo 605.

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