Posts Tagged: Henry Azima

Mission 752

One of the nicest and most interesting affordable floorstanding loudspeakers of the nineteen nineties, the Mission 752 had a wonderfully smooth, open and easy sound in a world of hard, harsh and spitty budget boxes. One of the reasons for this

Mission 752

One of the nicest and most interesting affordable floorstanding loudspeakers of the nineteen nineties, the Mission 752 had a wonderfully smooth, open and easy sound in a world of hard, harsh and spitty budget boxes. One of the reasons for this

Mission 775

Everyone knows about Mission loudspeakers – for a long time in the nineties the brand was ubiquitous, omnipresent and virtually synonymous with ‘speakers in the way that Wharfedale was back in the seventies. Some people know about Mission amps too

Mission 775

Everyone knows about Mission loudspeakers – for a long time in the nineties the brand was ubiquitous, omnipresent and virtually synonymous with ‘speakers in the way that Wharfedale was back in the seventies. Some people know about Mission amps too

NXT X-Space

For most hi-fi lovers, the biggest deterrent to buying multimedia speakers is that they’re not designed expressly for hi-fi. Therefore, so the reasoning goes, they can’t possibly even be worth an audition. This perception has stuck since the dark days

NXT X-Space

For most hi-fi lovers, the biggest deterrent to buying multimedia speakers is that they’re not designed expressly for hi-fi. Therefore, so the reasoning goes, they can’t possibly even be worth an audition. This perception has stuck since the dark days