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Mission 765

2-way reflex loudspeaker system (1989)

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Mission 765


Of all the aspects of sound reproduction, among the most difficult to reproduce are real world dynamics.

The range of sounds from the softest to the loudest must be kept in correct proportion to each other. It must be able to respond with phenomenal speed and to handle bursts of power without strain. To meet these requirements, Mission has produced the 765.

This floor standing system utilises the drivers found in the 763 and 764, mounted in a slightly larger enclosure and with the addition of a second bass driver to increase both the system's sensitivity and bandwidth.

The 765 is capable of delivering the sheer power and majesty of a large orchestra or a high-energy rock band without exhibiting any strain or stress.


  • Type: 2 way, 3 driver loudspeaker system

    Frequency Response: 39Hz to 20kHz

    Recommended Amplifier: 20 to 200W

    Sensitivity: 93.5dB

    Finish: black ash, rosewood, walnut

    Dimensions: 950 x 260 x 345mm

    Year: 1989

  • Type: 2 way, 3 driver loudspeaker system

    Frequency Response: 38Hz to 20kHz

    Recommended Amplifier: 25 to 200W

    Crossover Frequency: 2300Hz

    Impedance: 4Ω

    Sensitivity: 93dB

    Bass: 2 x 200mm diecast polypropylene cone

    Tweeter: 1 x 25mm fabric dome

    Enclosure: 57 litre, bass reflex

    Finish: black ash

    Dimensions: 1000 x 250 x 337mm

    Weight: 51kg


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