• Easy to install
  • Krix Infinite Baffle Wall
  • For medium size rooms

Designed for dedicated home cinemas with an acoustically transparent screen, the MX-10 is a superb choice for those seeking an involving cinema experience with crystal clear intelligibility, large dynamic range and powerful bass.

Cinema Black

Available finish

$10995.00 PER SYSTEM

Cinema Black


Designed for medium size dedicated cinema rooms, the MX-10 presents the next level of modular home cinema performance, housing the same Krix waveguide and mid-bass driver of its bigger brother, the MX-20.


The MX-10 comprises of five modules, all of which are the same height and a slim depth of just 205mm for simple installation into a wall cavity. The front baffle of each module is covered with an acoustic absorbent material to absorb any sound reflecting off the back of the screen or the room itself. This assists greatly with the acoustic treatment of the room to ensure better intelligibility and overall sound performance.


The main speakers feature a 255mm bass-mid driver which has a 50mm voice coil developed to offer low harmonic distortion, especially in the critical midband.


The high frequency drive unit is a damped, high power, 26mm doped fabric dome tweeter, coupled with a proprietary Krix waveguide, for optimum dispersion over the entire working bandwidth. Each subwoofer contains a large 305mm paper cone driver with a 50mm long throw voice coil developed for high level, low frequency reinforcement.


For the ultimate cinema experience at home, play it through Krix.

LCR speaker modules


Frequency range
40Hz-20kHz in room response

Power handling
100 – 500 Watts RMS recommended amplifier power

97dB for 2.83 volts at 1 metre

8 Ohms


Enclosure type
Bass reflex, front vented

Low frequency driver
Single 255mm (10”) paper cone driver. 50mm (2”) voice coil wound on high powered kapton former, with ventilated magnet assembly and copper shorting ring for low distortion

High frequency driver
26mm (1”) doped fabric dome with large roll surround. Ferro fluid cooled. Coupled to a Krix designed 90 x 40 short throw waveguide

Input terminals
Gold plated spring terminals

940mm high x 315mm wide x 205mm deep (2040mm wide including subwoofer modules)

15kg each

Subwoofer modules


Frequency range
25Hz-200Hz in room response

Power handling
200 – 500* Watts RMS recommended amplifier power
* The use of a power amplifier with high pass filter and soft limiter function is strongly recommended on MX subwoofers.

92dB for 2.83 volts at 1 metre

4 Ohms

Enclosure type
Bass reflex, down-firing vents

Low frequency driver
Nominal 305mm (12”) diameter paper cone driver with 50mm (2”) long throw voice coil developed for high level, low frequency reinforcement

Input terminals
High level gold plated spring terminals

940mm high x 540mm wide x 205mm deep (2025mm wide including LCR modules)

26kg each


System recommendations


Minimum screen size 16:9
95″ (2103mm x 1183mm)

Minimum screen size 21:9
100″ (2335mm x 1001mm)

Winner Best Cinema / AV Product of Show – Stereonet International Hi-Fi Show


The second International HiFi Show in Melbourne played host to a vast range of speakers, processors, amplifiers and projectors. The MX-30 ‘Wall of Sound’ caught many by surprise, offering the exhilarating feeling of being right in the action, whether it be a music concert or high stakes action scene.

Sound+Image Awards 2017 and 2018 – Custom Installation Product of the Year


Dedicated home cinemas are becoming the ultimate escape to unwind from a busy week, or to enjoy the latest action blockbuster with friends and family. Requiring minimal depth for installation, the Series MX systems impressed the judges with their ability to bring dynamic movie soundtracks to life – all while hidden from view.

Sound+Image Ultimate 30 Awards – Winners from 30 years of Audio and AV


The Ultimate 30 Awards recognised products that set a precedent for ingenuity and performance over the last 30 years. We don’t need to go that far back though – Series MX was given the 2017 award for its implementation of the Krix Infinite Baffle Wall and “groundbreaking” performance.