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Mordaunt Short Aviano 7 Subwoofer Aviano Seven - £324.00 @ Forum HiFi

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Available in Nottingham store cheaper then on-line !!!! 324 £ on-line 315 £ in store when you pick it up your own . MORDAUNT SHORT AVIANO 7 SUBWOOFER The value of a well integrated subwoofe…
Kosiu Avatar5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago9 Comments
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CHEEPSTUFFRULES!
Only about £100 cheaper than most places. OK deal, but not great.


Only? Lend us a ton then mate. ;)
I got an EPOS M-sub after seeing a deal on here for £244 reduced from RRP of £650 (63% off) and then from another deal an EPOS M8 speaker for £83 RRP £350 (76% off) both from Superfi. They were both really good deals that I only found through HUKD.

Again, I am not saying this is not a good deal. But Its not an amazing deal is it.
ahh perfect timing, i'm actually looking for a really nice cd player with a sub.. have been looking at this.. but not sure if i could get more for my money or where to buy from etc? would appreciate some thoughts!

http://www.johnlewis.com/231056580/Product.aspx
ha ha @ this thread. saying it's not a good deal because it only has 23% off and something completely different has 50% off, to me that just sounds weird.
CHEEPSTUFFRULES!
I am just saying that the deals I regard as good on here often have more than 50% off (several things in my system came from deals like this) and this is only bout 23% off.

I didn't say (or vote) cold, calm down.

I must have missed the deal on lukewarmukdeals.com:p

You mustn't buy much as a result of deals on this site with your logic .....

Heat added for an excellent saving (if you're after these) :)
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YAMAHA RX-V667 7.1 HD 3D READY RECEIVER RXV 667 £400.00 @ Forum HiFi

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This is £49.99 cheaper than I can find it anywhere else. This is an award winning receiver and please don't vote it cold because you can buy another brand cheaper, if you can find THIS model for less
kimbles Avatar6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago35 Comments
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THX Certified and not just What Hi Fi best home cinema 2010 - £300 - £500
kimbles
I would rather buy from the AV Forums second hand than chance a refurb off fleabay but we all have decisions to make and I hope you are happy with your £330 gamble.

Personally I would prefer to spend the extra and get brand spanking new and for an extra £70 I get a receiver that is widely considered better ;)

I guess you also believe that refurb means just a tatty box and a return that a customer changed their mind on don't you ;) You are sooooo wrong, it came with next day delivery and was a brand new unit, in a brand new box without so much as a fingerprint on it!

Sound is amazing and is widely considered the best AV amp for under £600

http://www.exceptional-av.co.uk/uploads/onkyo-608-award.jpg

dejonge3
The 608 can be had for £330 exactly from a reputable seller on Ebay (i've just bought one) it's a re-furb with 12 month warrantee. I know which Amp I would rather have :D
I'm trying to find a receiver to which I can connect my PS3 and Sky+HD over HDMI inputs, and my projector and telly over outputs. Is there any device with which you can choose and change which input goes to which output? Sometimes I game on the projector while my wife watches tv, sometimes we might want to do that the other way round...
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mumjit
Buy the Onkyo by all means if you have no central heating in your house and like the smell of capacitors slowly burning out over time. The Yamaha is a far better choice especially if you like a warmer sound rather than the bright sound of the Onkyo's, Sony etc.
totally accurate. Had to have caps replaced on mine. Took 2 trips to the onkyo centre (which do the 'refurbs' apparently) and having to actually video the screen problem as the engineer insisted it didn't have one until i emailed them a bunch of vids demo'ing the prob. My first 875 exploded -literally- after plugging it in.
Might be why ebay and other online sources are so full of refurbs.
mumjit
Buy the Onkyo by all means if you have no central heating in your house and like the smell of capacitors slowly burning out over time. The Yamaha is a far better choice especially if you like a warmer sound rather than the bright sound of the Onkyo's, Sony etc.


totally accurate. Had to have caps replaced on mine. Took 2 trips to the onkyo centre (which do the 'refurbs' apparently) and having to actually video the screen problem as the engineer insisted it didn't have one until i emailed them a bunch of vids demo'ing the prob. My first 875 exploded -literally- after plugging it in.
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