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Mission E30 Series BookShelf Speakers over 50% off fantastic deal £69.99 free postage @Superfi
Mission E30 Series BookShelf Speakers over 50% off fantastic deal £69.99 free postage @Superfi

Mission E30 Series BookShelf Speakers over 50% off fantastic deal £69.99 free postage @Superfi

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MISSION E30 SPEAKERS (PAIR) (WALNUT)

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

The Mission E30s are bookshelf/standmount stereo speakers featuring a smart curved cabinet design, which not only looks alluring but also helps to eliminate resonance by dispersing standing waves. They're magnetically shielded, biwireable and feature Mission's Pyramid synthetic fibre and pulp driver cones which are designed to prevent distortion. Producing a wide soundstage, the E30s will fill your living room with dynamic and detailed sound.

Ideal for stereo music or as part of a home cinema surround sound system and available in black, cherry and walnut finishes, the Mission E-30 stereo speakers are great performers that look the part too.

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Mission E30 Bookshelf Speakers (Pair) was £149.95 now £69.95
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They also have over half price off others in the E range :

Mission M3ASR Subwoofer, was £549.95 now £199.95 delivered
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MISSION E34 SPEAKERS Standmounts was £649.95 now £299.95 delivered
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MISSION E3C CENTRE SPEAKER was £149.95 now £69.95
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I have had my eye on these for a while now, does anyone have them, if so, how good are they?

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Locko60;3510200

I have had my eye on these for a while now, does anyone have them, if so, … I have had my eye on these for a while now, does anyone have them, if so, how good are they?



Only have others to go by, I never have the room for floorstanders so have bookshelf speakers with wall mounted speaker brackets. Use a pair of V61's as front speakers in the lounge and love them, use a couple of older M71s as fronts in the gaming room...I swear by Mission speakers personally, have a nice warmth to them decent midrange, lush full sound that doesn't sound synthetic...will see if I can google up some reviews of the E30 series.

Review of the E34s

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Many thanks Heat and rep added.

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Locko60;3510886

Many thanks Heat and rep added.



Good of you thanks, they do seem good value.

They look the business.

I have the M3 speakers from a few years ago and they are great for the price.

would these improve the sound of an all in one system? ive got a toshiba which ive had for a while. Its connected to sky, xbox and pc so i pretty much use it for everyting. If i replaced the front stereo speakers with these would i notice a diference? im sure i could put these to good use if not.

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jltk87;3515418

would these improve the sound of an all in one system? ive got a toshiba … would these improve the sound of an all in one system? ive got a toshiba which ive had for a while. Its connected to sky, xbox and pc so i pretty much use it for everyting. If i replaced the front stereo speakers with these would i notice a diference? im sure i could put these to good use if not.




I guess it all depends on the amplification of your all in one unit, the E30s require a recommended amplification of between 50-100w to drive them at 8 ohms.

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Also, you are much better if you can bi-wire speakers that are compatible with bi-wiring, that is feeding two sets of wiring per channel so that both the bass and tweeter speakers are fed amp seperately, which improves focussing and mid to high range frequency and seperation.

To be honest though, no all in one system even upgrading the speakers would be as good as either a dedicated amplifier (even a budget one) or receiver. If as you say you pretty much use the feeds into your all in one for everything a logical upgrade would be a receiver and a good set of speakers.

My advice would be to consider selling your all in one box, and providing you have a decent quality dvd player use that for cd playback until you save some extra money up to buy a good cd player (good budget choice I find are NAD) and then obviously buy a amp or receiver. Receiver if you are planning on expanding your speakers to 5 or 6.1 channel sound in the future, or an amp if you are planning on sticking with two channel (disadvantage there though is if you like radio, then unless you buy a receiver you would need a tuner as well)

Even a budget receiver like this Yamaha at only £119.95, I am sure connected with the E30s and a decent dvd player would provide better sound than your all in one system. You can configure a receiver just to use 2 speakers until you have saved more money to buy additional rear, centre and subwoofer at a later date, and still have a tuner like your all in one system.

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cicobuff;3516740

I guess it all depends on the amplification of your all in one unit, the … I guess it all depends on the amplification of your all in one unit, the E30s require a recommended amplification of between 50-100w to drive them at 8 ohms.]http://www.mission.co.uk/downloads/E-series%20range.pdfAlso, you are much better if you can bi-wire speakers that are compatible with bi-wiring, that is feeding two sets of wiring per channel so that both the bass and tweeter speakers are fed amp seperately, which improves focussing and mid to high range frequency and seperation.To be honest though, no all in one system even upgrading the speakers would be as good as either a dedicated amplifier (even a budget one) or receiver. If as you say you pretty much use the feeds into your all in one for everything a logical upgrade would be a receiver and a good set of speakers.My advice would be to consider selling your all in one box, and providing you have a decent quality dvd player use that for cd playback until you save some extra money up to buy a good cd player (good budget choice I find are NAD) and then obviously buy a amp or receiver. Receiver if you are planning on expanding your speakers to 5 or 6.1 channel sound in the future, or an amp if you are planning on sticking with two channel (disadvantage there though is if you like radio, then unless you buy a receiver you would need a tuner as well)Even a budget receiver like this Yamaha at only £119.95, I am sure connected with the E30s and a decent dvd player would provide better sound than your all in one system. You can configure a receiver just to use 2 speakers until you have saved more money to buy additional rear, centre and subwoofer at a later date, and still have a tuner like your all in one system.]http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=YAMA-RXV361



Im very tempted in getting an amp. my current system is rated 60w per channel so should be ok. but ill prob end up getting an amp at a later date. anyway thanks for the advice.

Did a quick search and found the floor standers and sub slightly cheaper here

audioaffair.co.uk/ind…LiQ

Still good prices though, used to have a pair of Mission floorstanders, biwired to a Yamaha DSP A2 Amp, sound and base were fantastic but too big and bulky for the wife's taste's.........................

TFB

At the price these are fantastic value, but do remember that they are low budget speakers. I had some Missions on my old hi-fi setup, and when I came to replace the system, my new Monitor Audio Silver 9i speakers showed up first. The 9i's totally transformed my old system beyond recognition. You get what you pay for...

another vote for monitor audio, at this price range look at second hand on ebay

Good price on the E30's, not so great on the rest though. Think i'll order a pair of these, just gotta check the bank tomorrow. Along with that Sony STR-DG820 deal they make a pretty good stereo set-up for under £300 with a good upgrade path!

With an RRP of £649.95, I find it hard to believe that they are budget speakers?? Would they be any better than the Tannoy F1 Custom Hifi Bookshelf Speakers?

flyingflea;3673363

With an RRP of £649.95, I find it hard to believe that they are budget … With an RRP of £649.95, I find it hard to believe that they are budget speakers?? Would they be any better than the Tannoy F1 Custom Hifi Bookshelf Speakers?



We're talking about the E30 model being a low budget (budget - that's the amount of money you can afford - noun, not adjective) speaker. It's the E34 that's the more expensive model.

Just went to buy and realised they're discontinued. It's an old deal that some pleb has bumped...
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