Mission 777

1 9 8 2 1982
1 9 8 4 1984

Albeit produced, tested here and there and even receiving a Best Product Stereo Sound tag in Japan, this second Mission component is now clearly in Invisibilia domain : invisible & unfindable.

The only obvious feature lies in its design which really belongs more to the bold 1970s (ie. 1972-76) than the colorful year of 1982 : a one-piece diecast aluminium chassis which forms the name of the brand... alongside acting as heatsink !

Slightly overdone indeed but the brand wasn't Anybody or Whatever, it was MISSION :)


Inside are two bigga trafos and 70,000µF of caps, made to work exclusively with the 776 and nothing else.

- for the rest you can read and see more more about this diecast 777 at Stan Curtis' own website.

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Mission 777 specifications
Title Value
Input : 775mV (8 Ohm, for rated output)
Power output : 2x 100W (8 Ohm)
2x 175W (4 Ohm)
NFb : 14dB
Slew rate : 180V /µs
Rise time : 0,32µs
Current capability : 40A
10A (RMS)
Damping factor : 60 (DC...40Khz)
?? 230Khz
?? 1,15mHz
THD : 0,2% (DC...40Khz)
0,05% (DC...200Khz)
S/N ratio : 100dB
Dimensions : 44,3 x 9,4 x 32,1cm
Weight : 23kg.
List price : 540,000¥ (1982)
430,000¥ (april 1984)
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