A Subwoofer is an essential piece to any stereo system and the Mission MS Subwoofer range is a perfect choice. The Mission MS Subwoofer range offers the complete subwoofer solution and is ideal for improving bass performance in any home cinema or stereo system.
Each model in the Mission MS Subwoofer range incorporates a developed long-throw bass driver and an ultra-fast balance-drive Class D power amplifier engineered to create a powerful response. Meanwhile, a variable crossover frequency control provides seamless integration with other speakers in the system to produce extended subsonic with total precision and clarity.
Enhancing bass performance in home cinema or stereo systems, the Mission MS-subwoofer range incorporates a specially developed long-throw bass driver and an ultra-fast balance-drive Class D power amplifier manufactured to produce a powerful response. On top of this, a variable crossover frequency control offers seamless integration with other speakers in the system to provide extended subsonic with total precision and clarity.
Each subwoofer either has a down-firing or forward-firing bass unit to improve room coupling at low frequencies, dispersing the sound evenly throughout the listening area. These active subwoofers also feature adjustable crossover frequency, level control and phase switch that enables seamless integration with your choice of home cinema loudspeakers and amplifiers.
While high performance mid/bass and treble units are the foundation of a great sounding speaker, if the cabinet is not properly reinforced it can be an unruly source of unwanted noise.
Extensive research and development was carried out to ensure internal cabinet robustness, eliminating any unwanted cabinet resonances and vibrations. Using a combination CAD analysis, a lot of 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.
The diagram shows areas of bracing and its effect on the sound. Blue areas show where noise is reduced through cabinet bracing, while red areas highlight where there is sound. As you can see, the sound is emanating from the drivers and not from the cabinet, as it should be.