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Written on: 18/07/2015 by davidhaslett (1 review written)
I guess that feeding these speakers from a Naim Unitiqte is not really a fair challenge for them! However, I am in a small bedsit at the moment, limited space, and finance! I got this pair off eBay, they were about 40% of the cost of a new pair. In a reasonable condition too for there age. I would recommend listening to them before purchase, the bass can sometimes "boom" a little, and the top end a little "wooly" The speakers in my main system are Neat Motive 2's, so it is unfair to compare… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/04/2012
I have the m73i with a denon avr1600 av amp and a marantz CD 67 ose CD player for almost 10 years and i love it so much that i don't think to change the setup but at the beginning i had some trouble on finding the right positioning and the right cables. They like some room in their back and bi-wiring (in my case the qed qudos for mid/bass and monster cables for the tweeters). For the price at the time they were the best buy but tricky to find the best companion amp and CD, for exp. i also have… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/01/2010
I am using a Marantz CD player CD5003 and a Yamaha stereo amp AX-497 to drive these speakers,Mission M73. These speakers are exceptionally detailed in treble and sweet in midrange, but when come to the bass, you need some space so that they won't become boomy or uncontrolled. Position them about 40cm from the rear wall and about 200cm seperated. And also, try to match them with a interconnect or speaker cable that is having clear treble and sweet midrange, and not so boomy bass, eg. Audioquest… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/07/2008
I bought these Mission M73 stereo speakers on the recommendation of a Hifi mag, when I got them I was initially happy when used on DVD films etc on my home cinema set-up but on normal music I always felt there was something lacking.
Recently lent my whole system to my father as we were moving away and renting a place and he set-up my system using his speakers which were old Sony G7 Studio speakers, he was very impressed how they sounded with the rest of my system - I had never heard my system… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/10/2007 by jpok (1 review written)
A fine pare of floor standers that would make any hi-fi system stand proud. Need time to be run in but when they are they sound fantastic with all types of music. A bargain for the money!… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/09/2007 by marty1787 (2 reviews written)
Bought these speakers on what hi-fi recommendation as they were a 5 star award winner. These are certainly not 5 star speakers. Out of the box the bass is just nasty. It's boomy and uncontrolled.
However, if you load these speakers with sand the bass improves considerably but I've still heard much better bass from speakers in the same price range. If you put these against the wall, Mission recommend using the foam bungs provided to block the bass port. Use these foam bungs regardless how far… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/08/2006 by Stan p (1 review written)
I have just replaced a pair of Mission 733 speakers which are still pretty good, with a pair of Mission M73's. The M73's are better in every department, with well defined, powerful bass and good dynamics. The foam bungs do a good job of reducing bass if necessary.
I have done some research and listening in shops, and for the price these speakers are unbeatable.
I am currently after a subwoofer to boost the lower frequencies. Not that the speakers need it.
These speakers are great, so if you… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/10/2004 by 1970 jb (1 review written)
The Mission M73 Stereo Speakers represent excelent value at £99.99 from richer sounds… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/07/2004 by Stef (1 review written)
I bought some Mission M73 speakers after using some stereo speakers through a beastie Kenwood AV Reciever these are brillent speakers and I am amazed by how good they are and for only £100 a pair at richer sounds a bargain… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/03/2004 by Chalkie (1 review written)
I've just got a pair of Mission M73i's from Richer Sounds in Swiss Cottage to replace a pair of Eltax DX50s Stereo Speakers that were the front pair of my surround setup (Sherwood RD6118R DTS, 5.1 etc, Eltax DX 50 centre and rear pair, Toshiba SD220e DVD).
Initially I flicked through the TV channels to see how they faired and I wasn't disappointed. Even poorer soundtracks on a nameless all day made-for-TV movie channel had an increased presence. The likes of MTV and other channels with… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/01/2004 by rnwaters (1 review written)
Bought the Mission M73 speakers as a stop gap after selling a pair of MS20i pearl stand mount speakers. What can I say,,,foolishly purchased these speakers on hi-fi magazine recommendation only - will never do that again ! How do they sound ? well extremely large and out of proportion in the bass. I'm using them in a Cyrus pre/power set up with Marantz cd6000ki cd player (superb by the way) There is no bass control with this speaker, even when set at 2.5 feet from the rear wall. The bass… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/01/2004 by rorymcc (1 review written)
I auditioned these Mission M73 Speakers recently for 1hr. I had planned to buy them before I heard them but thought it would be safer to hear them first. My old speakers (B&W601i's) where getting old and I had always new they lacked bass and where hardish to drive so I wanted a floorstander. The Mission's where in my price range and got favourible reviews so I thought they were what I was after. I also listened to Mordaunt-Short MS912's (standmount). For the same price the MS produced a far… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/12/2003 by darkvapor66 (1 review written)
I got these Mission M73 Speakers from Crutchfield's scratch and dent outlet. I paid $160 for the pair, and I am very happy with the sound. The bass is not very deep, but is very tight. If you want deeper bass buy a sub. The quality is great and the sound is excellent for the price. I have listened to vocals, jazz, acoustic guitar,and R&B and am very pleased with the performance. I bought these mainly because of the price (great bargain) and the small footprint...saved much space vs. my old… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/09/2003 by Speakermania (1 review written)
I couldn't have been happier to find these Mission M73 Speakers at just about half off of the m.s.r.p. in Canada. They have exceptional musical ability. The most impressive portion of these speakers performance for me is the clarity of the sound and expressive sound stage they provide. The highs and mids are out front and the detail is exceptional. The bass is also very good for it's size, albeit somewhat understated but not so much so as it detracts from the sound. The set-up I use is… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/06/2003 by Rob. (1 review written)
The M73's were recommended to me for a listen.
I listened to them verses some AE Aegis Evo 3 floorstanders on Arcam 7-series kit, and was quite surprised in the difference. I won't say that the Mission's are bad - they're not - however, they're certainly outclassed by the AE's, offering less all-round detail and bass.
It's not a completely fair comparison but it made me realise that you do get what you pay for. In my case, the extra cash was worthwhile.
A friend of mine has a pair of Mission… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/04/2003 by Chrisc. (1 review written)
For those who want a full, extended sound but can't live with massive speakers that could double as coffins, the search may be over. These Mission M73 Speakers at just 200mm wide are actually narrower than the stand-mounted speakers I replaced. The M73i's (the "i" stands for "improved"), though visually unchanged from the acclaimed M73, apparently have better quality components in the crossover electronics and additional internal bracing.
Curiously, the instruction manual makes no… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/03/2003 by Walrus. (1 review written)
I obtained a pair of M73 speakers as result of an insurance claim, they replaced a pair of Mordaunt Short MS25i. At the time I was disappointed in receiving what I viewed as a budget speaker.
My source equipment is a Marantz PM66 Ki-Sig Amp and Marantz CD63-MkII Ki-Sig. I wired the speakers with some relatively cheap QED cable (not bi-wired).
The sound appeared to be quite "light" at first, it took a good 10 hrs+ for the speakers to be broken in. Once the speakers had been in use for some… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/12/2002 by martinha. (1 review written)
Replaced my old JPW AP3s and hooked theses up. They sound superb and are well worth the money… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/12/2002 by zulbahrim. (1 review written)
Initially I bought them solely for home theatre but when I hooked up an old CD player with cheap cables to my AV amp, I was pleasantly surprised. These missions have a tighter and deeper bass than my more expensive Audio Pro Image 40 and they are quite musical… Read Full Review
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