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Mission M-Cube NXT system gets the thumbs up

Mcube Eight years ago NXT flat panel speaker technology looked set to change speakers forever; but repeated disappointments had almost let it be dismissed entirely. That is until Mission's M-Cube came along.

Co-designed with British firm Seymour Powell, this unique 5.1 speaker package, with a 250Watt subwoofer and five 9x9x9cm satellites, delivers evenly spread clear audio throughout the room. Despite their small stature the tiny satellite speakers can provide punchy 150Watt sound through the NXT design.

However, according to the Daily Mirror’s Kevin Lynch where the NXT fails to deliver is on low-end sound; yes, such a powerful sub helps make up for it, especially for films, but doesn't believe that it tackles the problem entirely, specifically with deep bass music. That said, the M-Cube is extremely stylish and offers unrivalled sound distribution with crystal clear high-end sound, but at a premium price of £1200, it doesn't come cheap.

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Posted by Shiny Media on April 4, 2005 in Home cinema | Permalink


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