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Denon AVR-X2300W AV Receiver and Q Acoustics Q7000i Plus 5.1 Speakers and cables under £1000 @ Peter Tyson £999.90

£999.90 @ Peter Tyson Audio Visual
I've been looking for a new system since before Black Friday but haven't really seen any great discounts but this seems like a great deal. I went into Richer Sounds to ask for the free cables that… Read More
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I've been looking for a new system since before Black Friday but haven't really seen any great discounts but this seems like a great deal.

I went into Richer Sounds to ask for the free cables that Peter Tyson were offering on what I thought was the same bundle. During the price match they pointed out Peter Tyson were offering the Q7000i Plus model instead, which was a big price difference and they didn't have that model in stock - they told me to go to Peter Tyson and bite their hand off.

The Q7000i Plus speakers is the upgrade from the regular Q7000i with an improved subwoofer with two cones instead of one big one.

The 5.1 speakers themselves retail for £999 on Peter Tyson (£799 at Richer Sounds), and the AV Receiver at £399.

They include a free cable pack too which retails at £99!

Effectively this is a package that retails at £1,479 for £999.

I'm pretty pleased with the set up and what hi-fi has given great reviews.
http://www.whathifi.com/denon/avr-x2300w/review
http://www.whathifi.com/q-acoustics/q7000i/review (original model).
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kkthomask
Who can afford to spend this money wasted?

Who can afford to spend £1000 on a surround sound? Plenty of people evidenced by the fact that people buy them. UK hot deals is about deals *relative to the original price" not just "three kitkats at 70p in Farmfoods" which a lot of people mistakenly think is the only type of deal.
14 Likes
I'll vote hot, just for the thought Richer Sound staff might send you else where, but the PoundLanders and 99p Shoppers are going to send this to absolute ZERO.


Edited By: Gentle_Giant on Jan 01, 2017 12:36: spelt else wrong
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trickyfocus
rev6
Gentle_Giant
I'll vote hot, just for the though Richer Sound staff might send you esle where, but the PoundLanders and 99p Shoppers are going to send this to absolute ZERO.
More like the soundbarers.

Or you could give 2lb of sugar away with it then it would go hot


As a sweetener?
8 Likes
Gentle_Giant
I'll vote hot, just for the though Richer Sound staff might send you esle where, but the PoundLanders and 99p Shoppers are going to send this to absolute ZERO.


The poor are easily startled, but they'll be back, and in greater numbers.
6 Likes
Remus81
Perhaps to those who require network features/more HDMIs/two subs, but I don't. Yes the X2300W has a power output 25W greater than the RXV381 (95W as opposed to 70W), but when you sensibly factor in the volume you intend on listening at then 70W is just fine for most living room arrangements.

Couldn’t agree more mate.

Yes the RXV381 is an entry level AV Receiver – but if it’s got the features you want and you’re in a typical U.K living room, it’s got plenty of power. Also the Q Acoustic 2000 is a fantastic set.

However at the moment, i would say the AVR-X2300X offers a huge amount of value over the RXV381 in this bundle due to the price.

rev6
That's a very very basic AV.

Beginning to see a pattern with you and advice on here – you’re one of those rather frustrating AV enthusiasts that can’t seem to balance the actual use over the features. Typically you’d be shot down in a blaze on an audio/visual forum, especially because it can discourage others from taking the dip. Feeling all they can afford is "Basic" so not worth investing.

An RXV381 Yamaha is by no means a “Basic” piece of kit, in your average home living room terms it’s a high end piece of kit that happens to be at the entry level of that category. For the vast majority of people, it’s going to do the job and more. Yes they’ll lose power output and features – but for most the first dip into anything like this is just having a decent 5.1. You seem to have this fascination with power output – when in reality for the average home living room it’s really a moot point.


Edited By: spritey on Dec 31, 2016 17:38

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14 Likes #1
I'll vote hot, just for the thought Richer Sound staff might send you else where, but the PoundLanders and 99p Shoppers are going to send this to absolute ZERO.


Edited By: Gentle_Giant on Jan 01, 2017 12:36: spelt else wrong
1 Like #2
Gentle_Giant
I'll vote hot, just for the though Richer Sound staff might send you esle where, but the PoundLanders and 99p Shoppers are going to send this to absolute ZERO.

More like the soundbarers.
3 Likes #3
rev6
Gentle_Giant
I'll vote hot, just for the though Richer Sound staff might send you esle where, but the PoundLanders and 99p Shoppers are going to send this to absolute ZERO.
More like the soundbarers.

Or you could give 2lb of sugar away with it then it would go hot
9 Likes #4
trickyfocus
rev6
Gentle_Giant
I'll vote hot, just for the though Richer Sound staff might send you esle where, but the PoundLanders and 99p Shoppers are going to send this to absolute ZERO.
More like the soundbarers.

Or you could give 2lb of sugar away with it then it would go hot


As a sweetener?
3 Likes #5
allginger
trickyfocus
rev6
Gentle_Giant
I'll vote hot, just for the though Richer Sound staff might send you esle where, but the PoundLanders and 99p Shoppers are going to send this to absolute ZERO.
More like the soundbarers.
Or you could give 2lb of sugar away with it then it would go hot
As a sweetener?

Anyone who post's some pop on here which is full of sugar Hot Hot Hot seem's to be goose fat at the moment for 50p
8 Likes #6
Gentle_Giant
I'll vote hot, just for the though Richer Sound staff might send you esle where, but the PoundLanders and 99p Shoppers are going to send this to absolute ZERO.


The poor are easily startled, but they'll be back, and in greater numbers.
1 Like #7
I think I fancy this, anyone got something similar? Interested in the music side.
2 Likes #8
I wish it was this amp with some dali zensor 1 5.1 at this price.
1 Like #9
allginger
I think I fancy this, anyone got something similar? Interested in the music side.

If you want music then a stereo receiver and two speakers (and maybe a sub if your music taste lends itself to that) will usually be better.

As a general deal, this is pretty good, jump on it if you're looking for surround sound at this budget.
1 Like #10
nice find op. heat added
1 Like #11
enallum
I wish it was this amp with some dali zensor 1 5.1 at this price.

Only a bit more :p

http://exceptional-av.co.uk/home-cinema/home-cinema-bundles/denon-avr-x2300w-w-dali-zensor-1-5-1-speakers.html
#12
rev6
enallum
I wish it was this amp with some dali zensor 1 5.1 at this price.
Only a bit more :phttp://exceptional-av.co.uk/home-cinema/home-cinema-bundles/denon-avr-x2300w-w-dali-zensor-1-5-1-speakers.html
This is the deal I had hoped would drop in price to just below a grand. Thanks for pointing out the pico deal. Will have to see if I can compare them.
#13
rev6
enallum
I wish it was this amp with some dali zensor 1 5.1 at this price.

Only a bit more :p

http://exceptional-av.co.uk/home-cinema/home-cinema-bundles/denon-avr-x2300w-w-dali-zensor-1-5-1-speakers.html


Opened the link saw £542 eyes popped out of my sockets immediately thought buy it started reading realised that this was the discount lol ( **** me ) would love this but can't justify the money at the moment. Anyway Hot from me
1 Like #14
Awesome amp for the price, not many amps out there with this number of inputs (or outputs for that matter) and also has Dolby Atmos (firmware upgrade) and dts:x in the price bracket.
I'm running this with the 7.2 Boston Acoustics Soundware and this sounds awesome.
Voted hot for the amp alone:)
1 Like #15
who in this forum own this model and Who can afford to spend this money wasted? Nothing wrong the OP posting a deal she/he thinks good enough though. I have not voted either way. Just sharing the thought in this New Year eve.
64 Likes #16
kkthomask
Who can afford to spend this money wasted?

Who can afford to spend £1000 on a surround sound? Plenty of people evidenced by the fact that people buy them. UK hot deals is about deals *relative to the original price" not just "three kitkats at 70p in Farmfoods" which a lot of people mistakenly think is the only type of deal.
#17
Ace deal buddy. Enjoy
2 Likes #18
Alansmithee
kkthomask
Who can afford to spend this money wasted?

Who can afford to spend £1000 on a surround sound? Plenty of people evidenced by the fact that people buy them. UK hot deals is about deals *relative to the original price" not just "three kitkats at 70p in Farmfoods" which a lot of people mistakenly think is the only type of deal.


im kind of torn between.
I agree with you but most people here won't afford to spend 1 grand on a surround system. and that's a fact too.
see how many people will buy this. none so far.
#19
I bought this amp and a similar speaker pack from Peter Tyson a few months ago and very happy with it.

I did have humming issues with the included subwoofer cable but a £10 cable from Amazon solved that.
4 Likes #20
I have this very package, got it main for its two outputs (projector and tv) and I cant really fault it, sounds crisp, the woofer on shakes the floor, and the number of inputs and ease of use of the amp is brilliant

And to those who say its a waste I could say that its a waste to buy some rubbish sound bar!!

If you have the budget dont think you will be disappointed
1 Like #21
andreasuk
Alansmithee
kkthomask
Who can afford to spend this money wasted?
Who can afford to spend £1000 on a surround sound? Plenty of people evidenced by the fact that people buy them. UK hot deals is about deals *relative to the original price" not just "three kitkats at 70p in Farmfoods" which a lot of people mistakenly think is the only type of deal.
im kind of torn between.
I agree with you but most people here won't afford to spend 1 grand on a surround system. and that's a fact too.
see how many people will buy this. none so far.

They all have soundbars already.

8)

Edited By: rev6 on Dec 31, 2016 13:25
1 Like #22
The speakers pop up at £649 on a regular basis. I know as that's what I paid for mine 6 weeks ago. Decent deal though if you need an amp as well
#23
Hot. Good deal this, buying separately you could get them for £1050 but with no speaker Bundle (When both are on offer)... You're saving a good £150 even if the AV Receiver and speakers were on sale separately.

I have this AV Receiver and it's excellent, runs my KEF 3005SE 5.1.

You'd struggle to find better ways to spend £1000 on a home cinema sound setup tbh, especially if you prefer style speakers.

Edited By: spritey on Dec 31, 2016 13:45: .
#24
enallum
I wish it was this amp with some dali zensor 1 5.1 at this price.

What's the difference?

And does 7.1 not add much then?

To those commenting on price, it does seem a lot.
But personally I need to get a blu ray player, stereo, and speakers.
Seems this can do all?

Use it for TV, movies, listening to music (assume you can connect a chromecast audio which could work nicely), as a blu ray player etc.

Would be quite nice listening to 5.1 music me thinks. Currently I use high end headphones.
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Shinoke
enallum
I wish it was this amp with some dali zensor 1 5.1 at this price.

What's the difference?

And does 7.1 not add much then?

To those commenting on price, it does seem a lot.
But personally I need to get a blu ray player, stereo, and speakers.
Seems this can do all?

Use it for TV, movies, listening to music (assume you can connect a chromecast audio which could work nicely), as a blu ray player etc.

Would be quite nice listening to 5.1 music me thinks. Currently I use high end headphones.


7.1 mainly adds more rear sound, it's not a huge different tbh. I used to run a 7.1 Q Acoustic 2000 series set, moved back to 5.1 when I went for KEF T205 and stayed when I got KEF 3005SE.

You won't go wrong with this set mate. I don't think Q Acoustic have ever made a bad 5.1 set, pretty much everything they've release has won the speaker of the year awards, even their first foray into sound bars has won the yearly awards on the trot.
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andreasuk
Alansmithee
kkthomask
Who can afford to spend this money wasted?

Who can afford to spend £1000 on a surround sound? Plenty of people evidenced by the fact that people buy them. UK hot deals is about deals *relative to the original price" not just "three kitkats at 70p in Farmfoods" which a lot of people mistakenly think is the only type of deal.


im kind of torn between.
I agree with you but most people here won't afford to spend 1 grand on a surround system. and that's a fact too.
see how many people will buy this. none so far.


What a ridiculous comment, this is HotUKDeals, not poundland.co.uk

There must be tons of people that can afford to spend this sort of money on audio equipment but why not save some money and look on here first? I only earn an average wage but spent more than this just on an AV receiver a couple of years back.
1 Like #27
andreasuk
Alansmithee
kkthomask
Who can afford to spend this money wasted?

Who can afford to spend £1000 on a surround sound? Plenty of people evidenced by the fact that people buy them. UK hot deals is about deals *relative to the original price" not just "three kitkats at 70p in Farmfoods" which a lot of people mistakenly think is the only type of deal.


im kind of torn between.
I agree with you but most people here won't afford to spend 1 grand on a surround system. and that's a fact too.
see how many people will buy this. none so far.


My AV Receiver is same as this one, bought it for £399 from Richersounds... My 5.1 speakers were £899 when new (I got them for slightly less) Plenty of people on here spend this amount of home audio... It's only when you start down this route, that you begin to see why some audiophiles say you should spend as much on the audio as you do your TV.

Edited By: spritey on Dec 31, 2016 15:29: .
#28
Anybody want to buy a Logitech Z906? :)
#29
Anybody running SKY through this, heard SKY audio is pretty compressed??
#30
Meh, would like to see a decent 5.1.2/4 deal to go with that amp, 5/7.1 is so last decade.
#31
Personally I feel the X2300W is a little overkill for those speakers.

I recently purchased an audio setup separately from Richer Sounds, consisting of the following -

Yamaha RXV381 (had no need for network features)
Q Acoustics 2020i (front pair)
Q Acoustics 2010i (rear pair)
Q Acoustics 2000ci (centre)
Cambridge Audio Minx x301 sub

Total £830
#32
Remus81
Personally I feel the X2300W is a little overkill for those speakers.
I recently purchased an audio setup separately from Richer Sounds, consisting of the following -
Yamaha RXV381 (had no need for network features)
Q Acoustics 2020i (front pair)
Q Acoustics 2010i (rear pair)
Q Acoustics 2000ci (centre)
Cambridge Audio Minx x301 sub
Total £830

That's a very very basic AV.
2 Likes #33
rev6
Remus81
Personally I feel the X2300W is a little overkill for those speakers.
I recently purchased an audio setup separately from Richer Sounds, consisting of the following -
Yamaha RXV381 (had no need for network features)
Q Acoustics 2020i (front pair)
Q Acoustics 2010i (rear pair)
Q Acoustics 2000ci (centre)
Cambridge Audio Minx x301 sub
Total £830

That's a very very basic AV.


Perhaps to those who require network features/more HDMIs/two subs, but I don't. Yes the X2300W has a power output 25W greater than the RXV381 (95W as opposed to 70W), but when you sensibly factor in the volume you intend on listening at then 70W is just fine for most living room arrangements.
1 Like #34
FGEvans
The speakers pop up at £649 on a regular basis. I know as that's what I paid for mine 6 weeks ago. Decent deal though if you need an amp as well


Was that the regular model or the plus model? I've seen the regular Q7000i around £649 a few times. Without having tried both side by side I don't know whether the plus is any better - I fell victim to the marketing.
1 Like #35
rev6
enallum
I wish it was this amp with some dali zensor 1 5.1 at this price.

Only a bit more :p

http://exceptional-av.co.uk/home-cinema/home-cinema-bundles/denon-avr-x2300w-w-dali-zensor-1-5-1-speakers.html


Would've liked to get the Dali but had to consider the Wife Acceptance Factor :(
6 Likes #36
Remus81
Perhaps to those who require network features/more HDMIs/two subs, but I don't. Yes the X2300W has a power output 25W greater than the RXV381 (95W as opposed to 70W), but when you sensibly factor in the volume you intend on listening at then 70W is just fine for most living room arrangements.

Couldn’t agree more mate.

Yes the RXV381 is an entry level AV Receiver – but if it’s got the features you want and you’re in a typical U.K living room, it’s got plenty of power. Also the Q Acoustic 2000 is a fantastic set.

However at the moment, i would say the AVR-X2300X offers a huge amount of value over the RXV381 in this bundle due to the price.

rev6
That's a very very basic AV.

Beginning to see a pattern with you and advice on here – you’re one of those rather frustrating AV enthusiasts that can’t seem to balance the actual use over the features. Typically you’d be shot down in a blaze on an audio/visual forum, especially because it can discourage others from taking the dip. Feeling all they can afford is "Basic" so not worth investing.

An RXV381 Yamaha is by no means a “Basic” piece of kit, in your average home living room terms it’s a high end piece of kit that happens to be at the entry level of that category. For the vast majority of people, it’s going to do the job and more. Yes they’ll lose power output and features – but for most the first dip into anything like this is just having a decent 5.1. You seem to have this fascination with power output – when in reality for the average home living room it’s really a moot point.


Edited By: spritey on Dec 31, 2016 17:38
#37
spritey
Remus81
Perhaps to those who require network features/more HDMIs/two subs, but I don't. Yes the X2300W has a power output 25W greater than the RXV381 (95W as opposed to 70W), but when you sensibly factor in the volume you intend on listening at then 70W is just fine for most living room arrangements.
Couldn’t agree more mate.
Yes the RXV381 is an entry level AV Receiver – but if it’s got the features you want and you’re in a typical U.K living room, it’s got plenty of power. Also the Q Acoustic 2000 is a fantastic set.
However at the moment, i would say the AVR-X2300X offers a huge amount of value over the RXV381 in this bundle due to the price.
rev6
That's a very very basic AV.
Beginning to see a pattern with you and advice on here – you’re one of those rather frustrating AV enthusiasts that can’t seem to balance the actual use over the features. Typically you’d be shot down in a blaze on an audio/visual forum, especially because it can discourage others from taking the dip. Feeling all they can afford is "Basic" so not worth investing.
An RXV381 Yamaha is by no means a “Basic” piece of kit, in your average home living room terms it’s a high end piece of kit that happens to be at the entry level of that category. For the vast majority of people, it’s going to do the job and more. Yes they’ll lose power output and features – but for most the first dip into anything like this is just having a decent 5.1. You seem to have this fascination with power output – when in reality for the average home living room it’s really a moot point.

It's a basic AV compared to the X2300. What are you going on about? How is that frustrating lol. The guy is comparing his "bundle" to this one. I am not telling everyone to spend 2 grand on an AV like you're assuming.



Edited By: rev6 on Dec 31, 2016 17:58
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spritey
Remus81
Perhaps to those who require network features/more HDMIs/two subs, but I don't. Yes the X2300W has a power output 25W greater than the RXV381 (95W as opposed to 70W), but when you sensibly factor in the volume you intend on listening at then 70W is just fine for most living room arrangements.

Couldn’t agree more mate.

Yes the RXV381 is an entry level AV Receiver – but if it’s got the features you want and you’re in a typical U.K living room, it’s got plenty of power. Also the Q Acoustic 2000 is a fantastic set.

However at the moment, i would say the AVR-X2300X offers a huge amount of value over the RXV381 in this bundle due to the price.

rev6
That's a very very basic AV.

Beginning to see a pattern with you and advice on here – you’re one of those rather frustrating AV enthusiasts that can’t seem to balance the actual use over the features. Typically you’d be shot down in a blaze on an audio/visual forum, especially because it can discourage others from taking the dip. Feeling all they can afford is "Basic" so not worth investing.

An RXV381 Yamaha is by no means a “Basic” piece of kit, in your average home living room terms it’s a high end piece of kit that happens to be at the entry level of that category. For the vast majority of people, it’s going to do the job and more. Yes they’ll lose power output and features – but for most the first dip into anything like this is just having a decent 5.1. You seem to have this fascination with power output – when in reality for the average home living room it’s really a moot point.



Yeah you're getting the X2300W for £200 here, which is a bargain. The 7000i is great for movies and such, but I'd struggle to recommend it for avid listeners of music though.

the RXV381 affords me the ability to listen to my 2020is at 106db 1 metre away without distortion, which I won't be doing very often as I value my ears!
#39
Remus81
rev6
Remus81
Personally I feel the X2300W is a little overkill for those speakers.
I recently purchased an audio setup separately from Richer Sounds, consisting of the following -
Yamaha RXV381 (had no need for network features)
Q Acoustics 2020i (front pair)
Q Acoustics 2010i (rear pair)
Q Acoustics 2000ci (centre)
Cambridge Audio Minx x301 sub
Total £830
That's a very very basic AV.
Perhaps to those who require network features/more HDMIs/two subs, but I don't. Yes the X2300W has a power output 25W greater than the RXV381 (95W as opposed to 70W), but when you sensibly factor in the volume you intend on listening at then 70W is just fine for most living room arrangements.

Regardless of that, it is basic compared. I was just pointing it out, as people may be interested in your setup as opposed to this. I would prefer your speakers over this but the X2300 is a much more capable AV. I am not trying to put people off!

Edited By: rev6 on Dec 31, 2016 18:19
#40
rev6
Remus81
rev6
Remus81
Personally I feel the X2300W is a little overkill for those speakers.
I recently purchased an audio setup separately from Richer Sounds, consisting of the following -
Yamaha RXV381 (had no need for network features)
Q Acoustics 2020i (front pair)
Q Acoustics 2010i (rear pair)
Q Acoustics 2000ci (centre)
Cambridge Audio Minx x301 sub
Total £830
That's a very very basic AV.
Perhaps to those who require network features/more HDMIs/two subs, but I don't. Yes the X2300W has a power output 25W greater than the RXV381 (95W as opposed to 70W), but when you sensibly factor in the volume you intend on listening at then 70W is just fine for most living room arrangements.

Regardless of that, it is basic compared. I was just pointing it out, as people may be interested in your setup as opposed to this. I would prefer your speakers over this but the X2300 is a much more capable AV. I am not trying to put people off!


Yes it is more capable, but the extras would go to waste for what I (and perhaps others) would be using it for.

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