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Mission 761

Loudspeaker System (1989)

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Mission 761


Creating a stand-out product in a crowded marketplace is a challenge which faces every speaker company. Mission has responded with the 761, a lineal descendant of the classic Mission 700.

It's 7 inch mid-bass driver combines an ultra-rigid Plastiflex cone with a motor system incorporating a specially shaped pole piece and an ultra-fine voice coil gap for controlled, extended bass performance.

The upper frequencies are handled by a soft polymer dome tweeter featuring ferrofluid cooling. This endows the driver with far greater power handling capability and significant reductions in distortion and sibilance.

The matchless dispersion, high sensitivity and broad dynamic range make the Mission 761 an ideal compact monitor for both digital and analogue source material.


Type: 2 way, 2 driver loudspeaker system

Frequency Response: 58Hz to 20kHz

Recommended Amplifier: 20 to 75W

Sensitivity: 89dB

Bass: 1 x 7" plastiflex cone

Tweeter: 1 x soft polymer dome

Finish: black ash

Dimensions: 380 x 210 x 220mm

Year: 1989


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Reviewed Nov 06th, 2018 by Norvillerogers1

Brilliant speakers. Have them a while wouldnt change then for their size the bass is great and they just love all types of music. Well built units.



Pietertje's picture

re: 761

Last week I bought a pair of Mission 761 for just € 30,-- (euro's).
After listening I was surprised about the fine sound and that after allmost 25 jears !

kameira's picture

re: 761

i just bought yesterday for the same price a pair of 761, but didn´t had time to conect them but the guy who sold them to me was using a philips amplifier 60w+60w with vu power meters from 1980 and they sound incredible good, i needed a pair of speakers for my technics su-v2A wich is from the same year and i think once connected they will sound good too ,i noticed that old amplifiers have a lot more dynamic sound than after early 80´s ones, this common to all brands, i do have younger amplifiers with great sound , the sound is cleaner but almost flat when turning the bass or treble volume you almost don´t notice the diference when compared with older amplifiers, i think this is related to the 80´s fashion of direct sound wich if you have money to spend is ok but almost none of the people i know can afford those components, i had a spensive system bought in 93 that had a powerfull and fantastic sound, using a pioneer turntable from the 73 catalog, you didn´t had to use the tone controls it sounded great but when needed to buy a car i sold it even for a higher price that i paid for the amplifier and speakers this after 5 years using it, i bought a bmw used offcourse and a perfect condition 75 one, that now they try to buy it from me for a incredible price, but i did have lot´s of fun with it, and i don´t think i´m going to sell it, this only to tell that in the 70´s things used to be better built,either than the speakers that with time they start to have problems and now they have better sensitivity(sorry for my bad english, is not my first language), regards.

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