DENON SYS2020 5.1 surround speakers - £174.99 (down from £299.99) with richer sound price promise! (£179.99 @ superfi). - HotUKDeals
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DENON SYS2020 5.1 surround speakers - £174.99 (down from £299.99) with richer sound price promise! (£179.99 @ superfi).

£174.99 @ Richer Sounds
These speakers are excellent and now reduced to £199.99 @ richer sounds. However superfi have them @ £179.99 so RS will beat the price by £5 :). Excellent price for this set imo! Superfi deal if…
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These speakers are excellent and now reduced to £199.99 @ richer sounds. However superfi have them @ £179.99 so RS will beat the price by £5 :).

Excellent price for this set imo!

Superfi deal if you prefer:

http://www.superfi.co.uk/p-18708-denon-sys-2020-51-speaker-system.aspx?utm_source=Steelhouse&utm_medium=cpm&utm_campaign=Remarketing
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#1
http://www.cobra.fr/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/d/e/denon-sys-2020.jpg

http://www.cobra.fr/media/catalog/product/d/e/denon-sys-2020-sat-sub.jpg

Edited By: Babbler on Jan 04, 2017 10:41
1 Like #2
£179.99 also on amazon.co.uk.
#3
GibsonSt19
£179.99 also on amazon.co.uk.


Superfi / nottingham selling it there :). Prefer RS myself with £5 discount on top.

Add refundable 6 year cover for £17.50 - can do that anytime one year after purchase.


Edited By: Babbler on Jan 04, 2017 11:08
1 Like #4
http://delta.cdn4.shoprenter.hu/custom/delta/image/cache/w800h800wt1/denon/SYS2020_8.jpg?lastmod=1476868121.1482236000
#5
how do these compare to something like the logitech z906?
2 Likes #6
robodan918
how do these compare to something like the logitech z906?

You'll need an AV receiver for these, so that will up the cost by another £200 or more, unless you buy second hand. Sound wise. Honestly no idea :D
#7
rev6
robodan918
how do these compare to something like the logitech z906?
You'll need an AV receiver for these, so that will up the cost by another £200 or more, unless you buy second hand. Sound wise. Honestly no idea :D
Sound is excellent - bought them 3 days ago :)
2 Likes #8
Hmmmm...Denon
1 Like #9
youldyboy
Hmmmm...Denon


Always think that when I see the brand :D
#10
Anyone know how these compare to the Boston Acoustics XS 5.1?
#11
PointDex
Anyone know how these compare to the Boston Acoustics XS 5.1?

Those have tweeters. I guess they'll have better highs but without hearing them, can't say for sure.


Edited By: rev6 on Jan 04, 2017 12:01
1 Like #12
Babbler
youldyboy
Hmmmm...Denon


Always think that when I see the brand :D


​really? I always had the impression they were a great brand.
3 Likes #13
learoy1
Babbler
youldyboy
Hmmmm...Denon
Always think that when I see the brand :D
​really? I always had the impression they were a great brand.

They are referring to the yoghurt ad
1 Like #14
learoy1
Babbler
youldyboy
Hmmmm...Denon
Always think that when I see the brand :D
​really? I always had the impression they were a great brand.


Yes they are... we are referring to the yogurt ads... like the onkyo threads do as well :D
#15
Why dont they make satellite speakers with a max height of 10cm, thats the average clearance under a TV on a stand and if you use the full length of your stand these will be in front of the actual picture, these turned on there side square would fit the bill. but thats too easy lol..
1 Like #16
haritori
Why dont they make satellite speakers with a max height of 10cm, thats the average clearance under a TV on a stand and if you use the full length of your stand these will be in front of the actual picture, these turned on there side square would fit the bill. but thats too easy lol..

You wouldn't get much stereo separation that way, unless you have a huge TV :D
1 Like #17
rev6
haritori
Why dont they make satellite speakers with a max height of 10cm, thats the average clearance under a TV on a stand and if you use the full length of your stand these will be in front of the actual picture, these turned on there side square would fit the bill. but thats too easy lol..
You wouldn't get much stereo separation that way, unless you have a huge TV :D

I think most people have their speakers on the left and right of their TV..
#18
haritori
rev6
haritori
Why dont they make satellite speakers with a max height of 10cm, thats the average clearance under a TV on a stand and if you use the full length of your stand these will be in front of the actual picture, these turned on there side square would fit the bill. but thats too easy lol..
You wouldn't get much stereo separation that way, unless you have a huge TV :D
I think most people have their speakers on the left and right of their TV..


Mount them on the wall above the TV... its only one hole per speaker.

Or place them behind the telly. Still works well.
#19
Babbler
learoy1
Babbler
youldyboy
Hmmmm...Denon
Always think that when I see the brand :D
​really? I always had the impression they were a great brand.
Yes they are... we are referring to the yogurt ads... like the onkyo threads do as well :D
Thanks mystery solved.
#20
rev6
robodan918
how do these compare to something like the logitech z906?
You'll need an AV receiver for these, so that will up the cost by another £200 or more, unless you buy second hand. Sound wise. Honestly no idea :D
Hi, can I just stick the Aux cable into the TV? Or is this tech useless without the AV Receiver? Thanks.
1 Like #21
BeneCog
rev6
robodan918
how do these compare to something like the logitech z906?
You'll need an AV receiver for these, so that will up the cost by another £200 or more, unless you buy second hand. Sound wise. Honestly no idea :D
Hi, can I just stick the Aux cable into the TV? Or is this tech useless without the AV Receiver? Thanks.

An AV receiver is needed sadly.
#22
Looks like RS has gone back up.
#23
Babbler
haritori
rev6
haritori
Why dont they make satellite speakers with a max height of 10cm, thats the average clearance under a TV on a stand and if you use the full length of your stand these will be in front of the actual picture, these turned on there side square would fit the bill. but thats too easy lol..
You wouldn't get much stereo separation that way, unless you have a huge TV :D
I think most people have their speakers on the left and right of their TV..
Mount them on the wall above the TV... its only one hole per speaker.
Or place them behind the telly. Still works well.

Looks like i'm gogin to have to place them behind the TV when my new one comes.. my stand is the exact length of the TV. my unit is in the corner of a room so cant really mount speakers.
#24
These remind me exactly of the Boston Acoustics Soundware XS.
Is the subwoofer passive or active?

The Bostons are decent.
#25
I agree it's a great deal. Heat added.

My only reservation is clarity across frequencies. With only a single driver per satellite these will be excellent for effects on surround sound, but audiophiles (not me!) will not enjoy music via these.

Again, for visually discrete surround sound, it's a cracker. Just don't buy blind (deaf?) if you are after music as an equal or greater use of these. Always go and hear them, for which Richer Sounds are unmatched (if you like lollipops and icepops in summer :p)!
#26
DaveGol
Looks like RS has gone back up.
No its a price match deal. They beat the price of competitors so you have to ring and quote the deal or get it instore quoting deal.
#27
RabbiDreed
I agree it's a great deal. Heat added.

My only reservation is clarity across frequencies. With only a single driver per satellite these will be excellent for effects on surround sound, but audiophiles (not me!) will not enjoy music via these.

Again, for visually discrete surround sound, it's a cracker. Just don't buy blind (deaf?) if you are after music as an equal or greater use of these. Always go and hear them, for which Richer Sounds are unmatched (if you like lollipops and icepops in summer :p)!


​they aren't for audiophiles ... they are surround speakers !??!
1 Like #28
roadie
These remind me exactly of the Boston Acoustics Soundware XS.
Is the subwoofer passive or active?
The Bostons are decent.
Active

Edited By: Babbler on Jan 04, 2017 20:06
1 Like #29
Indeed. Just trying to mitigate someone coming on here asking "how do these perform with music?" ;)

carefulbuyer
RabbiDreed
I agree it's a great deal. Heat added.
My only reservation is clarity across frequencies. With only a single driver per satellite these will be excellent for effects on surround sound, but audiophiles (not me!) will not enjoy music via these.
Again, for visually discrete surround sound, it's a cracker. Just don't buy blind (deaf?) if you are after music as an equal or greater use of these. Always go and hear them, for which Richer Sounds are unmatched (if you like lollipops and icepops in summer :p)!
​they aren't for audiophiles ... they are surround speakers !??!
#30
Babbler
roadie
These remind me exactly of the Boston Acoustics Soundware XS.
Is the subwoofer passive or active?
The Bostons are decent.
Active


Thanks buddy
#31
Did anyone buy these? Just interested in opinion :)
1 Like #32
Babbler
Did anyone buy these? Just interested in opinion :)

Same here.

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