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Mission have taken budget speaker design to the next level with the LX-1 bookshelf speakers that combine smart and practical design elements to provide an engaging and energetic sound with a classic look. Able to bring performances to life, LX-1 speakers are designed with the classic Mission speaker configuration has turned the audio world on its head.
Straying from the standard driver positioning, Mission LX-1 have the tweeter mounted below the bass/mid driver to equalise the acoustic travel distance to ideal levels. The result is a longer path for the treble balancing the sound distance between the drivers for perfect timing of the sound delivery.
To make sure the speaker performance of the LX-1 is not compromised by vibrations of the external enclosure Mission have meticulously reinforced key points of the cabinet. Using a combination of CAD analysis, a lot of research and extended listening tests, the cabinet of the LX-1 is able to convey the full frequency range with clarity and detail while suppressing any unwanted cabinet resonances and vibrations.
Distinct design, intense listening.
Innovative Dome Tweeter
For the LX Series, Mission has carefully designed a tweeter with a neodymium magnet for maximum force in a small space, together with a 25mm microfibre dome chosen for its repeatability and consistency in manufacture. It delivers a sweet-sounding but incisive upper frequency as required.
Distinct Driver Positioning
In traditional Mission style, the tweeter is positioned below the mid/bass driver, in order to aid time-alignment. By placing the treble unit lower than ear level, the path length from the treble unit to the listener is longer than that of the mid/bass unit. As the treble unit dome is physically forward of the mid/bass unit cone, the difference in path length helps to equalise the acoustic distance.
Acoustic Crossover Network
Mission have utilised a 4th order acoustic (24dB per octave) Linkwitz-Riley crossover network in the LX-series. Developed through a combination of advanced computer modelling, expertise and many hours of listening tests, it is particularly notable for its ability to balance excellent off-axis performance with a flatter on-axis result.
Reinforced Cabinet Design
Extensive research and development was carried out to ensure internal cabinet robustness, eliminating any unwanted cabinet resonances and vibrations. Using a combination CAD analysis, experimentation and extensive listening tests the cabinet within each speaker has been braced at key points which means the full frequency range is clear and detailed.
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