Summary: I bought these floorstanders to gradually start replacing my much smaller Tannoy SFX 5.1 speakers. (The Tannoys themselves are also excellent value!) Basically, I just wanted to upgrade to some kind of larger speakers, and these Mission MX3's certainly hit the spot!
Pros: good sound , solid build , stylish design , great value , plenty of power
Summary: Bought these at a VIP special price of £179.95. Took them home and did the slight assembly, and bi wired them and finally sat down to listen. They look absolutely Stunning, and they sounded good enough.
Pros: sound look's and incredible value for money.
Summary: One can hear the whole record with all types of music in a rounder way with a better blending between all the various instruments. Particularly good for base on the rock-n-roll and the whole orchestra on the classics and jazz pieces.
Summary: Bought these at 240 quid as a stop gap until tannoy's dc6t became affordable. These missions are unbelievably good for the money. Since buying the tannoys, I now have the missions in the bedroom hooked-up to musical fidelity x series separates.
Summary: I brought the Mission MX3 to replace my trusty 701s which were the weak link in my system. I already purchased a Mission MXC2 Centre. The MX3 speakers are very solid, well built & look fantastic. Do they deliver the sonic goods?
Summary: They say you get what you pay for. However with the MX3 you actually get more than you paid! I am a bit gutted because these gems are down to £200 and for this price they are a steal! But that's life hey! Audio quality - Have not had them that long but the more I listen the better they sound.
Pros: the metal base plates , bass port positioned at top rear of cabinet