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Geneva Model Cinema Bluetooth Soundbase £379.99 from Home AV Direct

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On Sale Price £379.99 reduced from £549.00 [SAVE 31%] Excellent reviews on this high-end Soundbase, e.g. http://www.trustedreviews.com/geneva-model-cinema-review http://www.whathifi.com/geneva/mo…
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This looks tempting....
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Denon DHT-T110 Soundplate £129.99 Delivered @ Home AV Direct

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Denon DHT-T110 Soundplate.
gicser6 Avatar5d, 14h agoFound 5 days, 14 hours ago22 Comments
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bilbob
daedos
bilbob
daedos
mfactor
merkin51
How would this compare to the various bar + sub combos that are on offer at the mo?
My old chap bought 1 at the beginning of the year and quite honestly the sound is fantastic, but I am not a fan of massive bass..............
That's good because this doesn't have massive bass. Definite improvement on the TV speakers, just not the depth and warmth expected. Sold it and went back to a Denon amp and speakers.
You, see at 'normal' volumes, I found the bass beautiful. Warm, smooth... You do realise there are settings for the bass right?
We are entitled to disagree. Hoping the Canton DM55 at £250 is much better: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/canton-soundbase-dm55-249-dm75-296-01-with-code-richer-sounds-2558899
Of course we are, it was a genuine question. My findings are totally opposite to yours, hence my question.


The Canton is what my old chap bought that I mentioned earlier, as said it blew me away with the sound, I know technology has come on leaps and bounds but it blew the Sony 5.1 system I had a decade ago into a cocked hat.

Got rid of the sony due to its limitations for "normal" viewing as mentioned above and have had my tvs running thru my Denon hifi ever since for movies sport etc, but this seems like a perfect solution.

Hoping this is as good as the canton, as one review mentioned that it was nearly as good....
I had the previous model to this and it developed a no sound fault had it repaired and now the unit just makes a terrible ear piercing cackle. i wouldn't buy Denon again
daedos
bilbob
daedos
mfactor
merkin51
How would this compare to the various bar + sub combos that are on offer at the mo?
My old chap bought 1 at the beginning of the year and quite honestly the sound is fantastic, but I am not a fan of massive bass..............
That's good because this doesn't have massive bass. Definite improvement on the TV speakers, just not the depth and warmth expected. Sold it and went back to a Denon amp and speakers.
You, see at 'normal' volumes, I found the bass beautiful. Warm, smooth... You do realise there are settings for the bass right?
We are entitled to disagree. Hoping the Canton DM55 at £250 is much better: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/canton-soundbase-dm55-249-dm75-296-01-with-code-richer-sounds-2558899
Of course we are, it was a genuine question. My findings are totally opposite to yours, hence my question.
bilbob
daedos
mfactor
merkin51
How would this compare to the various bar + sub combos that are on offer at the mo?
My old chap bought 1 at the beginning of the year and quite honestly the sound is fantastic, but I am not a fan of massive bass..............
That's good because this doesn't have massive bass. Definite improvement on the TV speakers, just not the depth and warmth expected. Sold it and went back to a Denon amp and speakers.
You, see at 'normal' volumes, I found the bass beautiful. Warm, smooth... You do realise there are settings for the bass right?
We are entitled to disagree. Hoping the Canton DM55 at £250 is much better:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/canton-soundbase-dm55-249-dm75-296-01-with-code-richer-sounds-2558899
gicser6
RajUK
sorry a basic question , was always thinking all these new techs with sounds cannot still produce 5.1 Home theatre sounds(with 5 speakers and subwoofer) ? Am I wrong ?
You're right. The thing I don't like about 5.1s and above, is that you have to place whatever you're sitting on in the middle of the room for it to sound any good.I don't think that the intention of these is to fully replicate a 5.1 (or above) system. Note that these cost considerably less money than true surround sound systems. I believe they're two different concepts, that, therefore, can't really be compared. Sorry.
A bit like comparing a camping stove to a home oven :pX)
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Bose SoundLink Around-Ear Wireless Headphones II- (Black or White) £169.00 @ Home AV Direct

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Cheapest I can find these, RRP: £239. Next cheapest is Amazon selling them for £199.95 2 Year Warranty included Freedom. Convenience. The big advantages of wireless headphones. But Bose gives…
Spriggan Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago20 Comments
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Thank you!!!!
emmabee123
just sold a pair of theses for £108 on e bay new sealed
pay pal keeps the money for 14 days ...........been happy with £100 without the hassle
got some QuietComfort® 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling® headphones—Samsung and Android™ devices
for sale


​how much
dbizal
From the ones I have tried I am stuck between B&O and Bose headphones. Both sound incredible and both are comfortable.

Wired is always better for sound though in my opinion, but I always go through headphones every 6 months it puts me off buying a decent pair. Unless they have a removable Audio cable of which I can replace.


Nothing to struggle. If you better sound quality, B&O H6 sounds much better.

If you want wireless and don't really care about sound, this okay or the QC35
Great headphones, highly recommend,

@dcbuk I wouldn't use these in the rain for long, they are slightly water resistant but NOT waterproof.
Anyone know if these are waterproof as in rain proof. If so I'm sold.
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Gemini AS 15BLU- Bluetooth USB SD loudspeaker £139.99 @ Home av direct

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Been looking for a decent loud portable speaker... found this bargain so gave it a try.. really surprised by this unit unlike others that say "loud" but dont deliver! Very practical with bluetooth,…
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PSB M4U 1 - Over Ear Headphones £99.00 Home Audio Visual

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Psb premium headphones. Home use really as they don't have the noise cancelling found on the m4u 2 model which I own.
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Bose Soundlink Mini II Pearl EU £132.99 delivered @ Home av direct

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This deal is only available on the Pearl version which I already have, it's more of a silver. Going to get another one for my Son. Just got off the phone with home av direct. This is the EU version…
sMiLEysLOth Avatar7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago24 Comments
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deany76
BOSE is great but if you have Amazon Prime get a Play 1 for £169.00 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sonos-PLAY-Compact-speaker-streaming/dp/B00FMS1KO0/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1461661686&sr=8-3&keywords=play+1
Because as of yesterday 19.00hrs Amazon Prime Music is now integrated with SONOS
The Play 1's are fantastic, APM is improving daily.


But as much as I love Sonos too, and the Sonos sound is brilliant, they are not portable, like the Soundlink. I have both - no regrets!
stevo_125
whydoiwastemytimehere
stevo_125
Wouldn't recommend these at all, especially considering price. They sound good if, and only if you are facing dead centre to the speaker. If you deviate at all from the tiny cone of sound then the quality drops off to a muffled mess. Far, far too directional to be useful.
I replaced mine with a Denon Envaya mini, and I've also heard a UE boom - both easily outperform the Bose and are cheaper.
That said, if you do insist on one of these Bose speakers then this is a good price for it relative to other retailers - and that's the idea of this site, right?
Unfortunately, the bass sounds podgy, to the extent that it can smear the other instruments. Too much weight in the bottom end was one of our criticisms of the original model, but the trait is exacerbated in its smaller sibling (hence our eating habits-related introduction).
It removes the venom from The Bronx’s Heart Attack American, and only takes things further the louder you play – which, let's face it, for tracks such as this is usually all the way up. In doing so, it loses the detail and texture that makes the guitar and scream so brutal.
Read more at http://www.whathifi.com/denon/envaya-mini/review#BjYXmqvlQ04v2Dq6.99
Having owned both, I can say categorically the Denon is better.
Check out this video and make your own judgement. This puts the Bose in ideal conditions (fron, dead centre) and it still sounds boomy and artificial.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ps_FhOvSmTM
orhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByEsSPJ1pN0
For sound quality it's the Denon, for the most bass its the JBL, the only Pro for the Bose is it looks premium and the dock makes it really convenient.
edit: As another point of interest, the Bose does not feature apt-X, so you've got limited sound quality available to start with, before the quality of the speaker itself even comes into play.

OK thanks for the extra info - i will have to take a comparative listen to the denon.
Not a great speaker had one sent back got bass but there more to music than that got myself a JBL Charge+2 a good all round sound and picked it up at John Lewis for £75 in the sale
whydoiwastemytimehere
stevo_125
Wouldn't recommend these at all, especially considering price. They sound good if, and only if you are facing dead centre to the speaker. If you deviate at all from the tiny cone of sound then the quality drops off to a muffled mess. Far, far too directional to be useful.
I replaced mine with a Denon Envaya mini, and I've also heard a UE boom - both easily outperform the Bose and are cheaper.
That said, if you do insist on one of these Bose speakers then this is a good price for it relative to other retailers - and that's the idea of this site, right?
Unfortunately, the bass sounds podgy, to the extent that it can smear the other instruments. Too much weight in the bottom end was one of our criticisms of the original model, but the trait is exacerbated in its smaller sibling (hence our eating habits-related introduction).
It removes the venom from The Bronx’s Heart Attack American, and only takes things further the louder you play – which, let's face it, for tracks such as this is usually all the way up. In doing so, it loses the detail and texture that makes the guitar and scream so brutal.
Read more at http://www.whathifi.com/denon/envaya-mini/review#BjYXmqvlQ04v2Dq6.99

Having owned both, I can say categorically the Denon is better.
Check out this video and make your own judgement. This puts the Bose in ideal conditions (fron, dead centre) and it still sounds boomy and artificial.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ps_FhOvSmTM
or
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByEsSPJ1pN0

For sound quality it's the Denon, for the most bass its the JBL, the only Pro for the Bose is it looks premium and the dock makes it really convenient.

edit: As another point of interest, the Bose does not feature apt-X, so you've got limited sound quality available to start with, before the quality of the speaker itself even comes into play.




Edited By: stevo_125 on Apr 26, 2016 13:30
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Sennheiser Momentum M2 Wireless Noise Cancelling Around Ear £289.00 (£90.99 saving!) @ Home AV Direct

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I've been checking about 10 different websites EVERYDAY for a good deal on these headphones. Today I nearly wet myself when I saw Home AV Direct had 24% off (previously it was 3% off) and ordered the
iguanapunk Avatar8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago18 Comments
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Well I received them on Monday (I missed my delivery on the Friday). They are niiiiiiiiiice. Love the sound cancellation, I had the washing machine on a spin, and my Nutrininja on a blend, and while I could hear them (both VERY loud) I was able to comfortably listen to a Sam Harris spoken word podcast without having to turn up the volume to a high level. I'm used to bass heavy music so the sound was different for me, but after a play around with the EQ I got it to a setting I was happy with and I'm really enjoying the sound quality. Bluetooth is fantastic using the APTx codec and haven't dropped the signal yet. When you place the leather ear cups on your head, it just feels luxury, that's my favourite part.
shadynuggetz
Failed the manual input too.

There is a serial number on the item - it's under the ear pad. Mine matches the box which I'm not sure is a good or bad thing considering the box failed! Why you don't authenticate this number, not the box's, I don't know

If you dont want to keep them then contact Home Av and explain why you want to return for a refund. If they cause problems then contact Sennheiser who will then pass you to C3i Europe Ltd to investigate this further.
iguanapunk
shadynuggetz
Failed the manual input too.
There is a serial number on the item - it's under the ear pad. Mine matches the box which I'm not sure is a good or bad thing considering the box failed! Why you don't authenticate this number, not the box's, I don't know
So what does this actually mean then? If you're implying they're fake (do fakes exist?) then wouldn't it be clear by the build quality?
I had a serious problem before . I bought some from Amazon and sold them on ebay. The buyer then tried to state they were fake because the code said they were a different set.
I ended up losing the headphones and £200 paid back to the customer but luckily Sennheiser sent me a replacement free of charge.
There will always be fakes out there but this QR code business is just a stupid way of verifying, afterall you can always swap a fake set in a real box.
shadynuggetz
Failed the manual input too.
There is a serial number on the item - it's under the ear pad. Mine matches the box which I'm not sure is a good or bad thing considering the box failed! Why you don't authenticate this number, not the box's, I don't know
So what does this actually mean then? If you're implying they're fake (do fakes exist?) then wouldn't it be clear by the build quality?
Failed the manual input too.

There is a serial number on the item - it's under the ear pad. Mine matches the box which I'm not sure is a good or bad thing considering the box failed! Why you don't authenticate this number, not the box's, I don't know
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Bose SoundLink On Ear Bluetooth Headphones (White) - £169.99 @ Home AV Direct

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I know it's Bose and that they are overpriced by default but this is still a good deal on the Bose Soundlink On Ear Bluetooth Headphones, if that is what you're after. Couldn't find them cheaper e…
Tr3House Avatar9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago2 Comments
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£139.90 now.
whats this company like to use?
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AKG Y50 wired on-ear Headphones - £47.90 @ Home AV Direct

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Cheapest I can find them, plus free delivery and the same price for all the different colours Amazing headphones for the money, What Hifi award winner Just ordered mine in Teal :)
Iammrt Avatar10m, 6d agoFound 10 months, 6 days ago2 Comments
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It's not much of a saving but they are great headphones.
Have these - brilliant headphones with lovely sound. Great job!
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KEF V720W - Digital TV SoundBar with Wireless Subwoofer £249.90 @ homeavdirect

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Down from £799 Styled to match your TV, KEF’s ultra-slim V720W digital TV soundbar systems allow you to enjoy high fidelity sound without the hassle of adding a new AV receiver and yet another remo…
jazztr_500 Avatar10m, 4w agoFound 10 months, 4 weeks ago9 Comments
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Very pleased with the sound, spacious and full though the wireless connection to the sub is temperamental. Don't feel the need now for a proper music set-up in the room I have it in.

thanks
Very pleased with the sound, spacious and full though the wireless connection to the sub is temperamental. Don't feel the need now for a proper music set-up in the room I have it in.
dealtime999
waiho
Has it gone back up already? £399 for me.
They honoured the price over the phone this morning, not sure for how long though.

what do you think of sound quality for music/movies?
waiho
Has it gone back up already? £399 for me.

They honoured the price over the phone this morning, not sure for how long though.
I have added heat simply because I have a pair of KEF Concerto speakers as my main ones in my 4-speaker surround sound set up. My KEFs are brill. with great reflex bass. I have had them for about 40 years with no problems and great overall sound. One of the top speaker brands in the world.
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Tannoy HTS101 XP 5.1 Speakers £349.90 at Home AV Direct (or Richer Sounds "price beat" £339.90)

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Not to be confused with the HTS101 (i.e.non-"XP") package.which are currently £249 at Richer Sounds etc. The XP's are currently RRP £599, or £549 at Richer Sounds, but only £349.90 at homeavdirect.…
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Cheers...now expired but still £399 at Richer Sounds - subject to stock - so that's the cheapest by far at the moment
As much as I'd like to get these I reckon lengths of cable round the freshly decorated room might be frowned upon. Look good for anyone with a more understanding and laid back other half though!
kevincadman
kmogul
kevincadman
Cheers for this. Been looking at speakers in the £500 range, and this is a bargain. Any ideas what stands these would use? I called HomeAVDirect and they had no idea.
If you PM me your email address I can send you a photo from the manual (I have these speakers)
Argh!
"Sorry, you can’t currently send PMs. Once you’re a more active member of the forum, the PM service will be unlocked for you."
My email is my username at gmail - cheers for the offer!

I had a look at the manual, it just says to use the allan key to attach the supplied wall mount fixing to the back of the speaker using the screws provided. Unfortunately I am not the DIY type, so couldn't tell you exactly what kind of screws / fixings come with the speakers
kmogul
kevincadman
Cheers for this. Been looking at speakers in the £500 range, and this is a bargain. Any ideas what stands these would use? I called HomeAVDirect and they had no idea.
If you PM me your email address I can send you a photo from the manual (I have these speakers)

Argh!

"Sorry, you can’t currently send PMs. Once you’re a more active member of the forum, the PM service will be unlocked for you."

My email is my username at gmail - cheers for the offer!
kevincadman
Cheers for this. Been looking at speakers in the £500 range, and this is a bargain. Any ideas what stands these would use? I called HomeAVDirect and they had no idea.

If you PM me your email address I can send you a photo from the manual (I have these speakers)
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Ruark Audio R1 MkIII £169.00 delivered @ homeavdirect.co.uk with 3yr Warranty

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I have the R2 Mk III in the dining room and love it so I've been looking for an R1 for the bedroom but it's hard to find Ruark stuff discounted. Think I'm going to have to give it a miss as I've sp…
worto03 Avatar11m, 4d agoFound 11 months, 4 days ago4 Comments
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Great radio, much better Bluetooth sound than the Pure's. Well worth it.
Amazon dropped to this last week as well. Great price.
Tempting!! Thanks for the heads-up OP :)
Looks good. I like Ruark as a company, still have Icons either side of my TV. Quality gear
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Bose Companion 2 Series III £74.00, HomeAV on sale

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Small speakers for computers (plays simultaneous AUX and Line in), great sound even on low volumes without need for a sub. Previous generation was better made but also more expensive.
jevtamsn Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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I'm throwing my unneeded opinion in here.

Still not worth it, by far.

Instead:

M-AUDIO AV30 or AV40 £70-90
Mackie CR3 or CR4 £70-90
Creative T20 or T40 £50-£80 (Would be my last choice here by far, but still well above these bose speakers)

Thats two studio grade (low end but still above consumer quality) speakers and a pair of better run of the mill speakers.
whydoiwastemytimehere
Not that good a quality for the price. Disappointing from Bose.
There are better options for that sort of money. These would blow them out of the water in terms of quality and clarity http://www.dv247.com/studio-equipment/m-audio-bx5-d2-single--210963http://www.dv247.com/studio-equipment/fostex-pm0-4d-active-studio-monitor--220545http://www.dv247.com/studio-equipment/tannoy-reveal-402--208643
So im voting cold sorry OP
Depends on needs. I have no space for proper monitors on my desk and Bose fits the things nicely because they can sit on tiniest shelves right up to the wall and still deliver very decent sound. Most other speakers either lack response if are very small or are far bulkier and need empty space behind, iso pads and whatnot. Yet, whenever people hear bose, no matter how diminutive, they always think there is a sub somewhere.
Not that good a quality for the price. Disappointing from Bose.
There are better options for that sort of money. These would blow them out of the water in terms of quality and clarity
http://www.dv247.com/studio-equipment/m-audio-bx5-d2-single--210963
http://www.dv247.com/studio-equipment/fostex-pm0-4d-active-studio-monitor--220545
http://www.dv247.com/studio-equipment/tannoy-reveal-402--208643
So im voting cold sorry OP
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Kef T101c centre speaker black or white £125.00 @ Home AV direct

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Good price for a nice piece of kit,flat speaker the can neatly under or over a wall mounted tv in a surround speaker set up.normally £150
yoshi646 Avatar1y, 2w agoFound 1 year, 2 weeks ago5 Comments
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OrribleHarry
Can't see where it says out of stock, appears in stock for me!
A sub has nothing to do with a centre speaker either as the centre is designed for voices not effects.
Rubbish most action sound comes through your centre speaker it needs to be able to handle bass too which this can't


​Believe me I have one of these they are excellent.
OrribleHarry
Can't see where it says out of stock, appears in stock for me!
A sub has nothing to do with a centre speaker either as the centre is designed for voices not effects.
Rubbish most action sound comes through your centre speaker it needs to be able to handle bass too which this can't
Can't see where it says out of stock, appears in stock for me!
A sub has nothing to do with a centre speaker either as the centre is designed for voices not effects.

Edited By: OrribleHarry on Nov 16, 2015 19:55
I have this as my centre they are the only premium speaker that I could find slim enough to wall mount below a modern TV I was presently surprised at the sound quality too.
cold .. states out of stock till late march if you buy one make sure your system has a sub

Edited By: rich172 on Nov 16, 2015 18:18
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Marantz NR1506 Slim 5.2 Full 4K Ultra HD Surround Sound AV Receiver - Richer Sounds £389.00 (price beat)

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Marantz NR1506 Slim 5.2 Full 4K Ultra HD Surround Sound AV Receiver with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. This is the NEW version of the slim Marantz receivers. Released this year - £60 cheaper than anywhere e…
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This is currently at £349 in Richer and Amazon, seems like a good deal.

Edited By: mikerj on Dec 19, 2015 18:15
Now I've spent all that money, the obvious question is what speakers should I buy :) Currently thinking Monitor Audio BX2 for RL and maybe Centre. Subwoofers seem like they'll set me back a small fortune though. Perhaps I'll leave the .1 out of the new system for now and just go 5.0.
rev6
45ure
good price for this model - but I'd would want Dolby atmos and/or DTS-x for this price
It's a 5.2 AV, what do you expect? :D
yes but I was reflecting upon the price not the model. As I mentioned this appears to be a competitive price for that model , and I voted hot :)
45ure
good price for this model - but I'd would want Dolby atmos and/or DTS-x for this price

It's a 5.2 AV, what do you expect? :D
good price for this model - but I'd would want Dolby atmos and/or DTS-x for this price
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Bose soundlink series 2 brown leather Wireless Speaker £199.00 @ homeavdirect

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Bose SoundLink Series II £199 down from £299 I went to the Home AV Direct shop in Hayes to have a look at what the store is actually like and the guys there were realy helpful. I was looking
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sqweek
Thanks OP, read the reviews and just ordered. I already have the soundlink mini which I think is superb. This one hopefully has a little bit more punch.


​No worries. 1st post so I'm glad I could help. Definitely more punch than the soundlink mini. Thats what I was looking at first then the guy in the shop showed me this. You won't be disappointed.
Thanks OP, read the reviews and just ordered. I already have the soundlink mini which I think is superb. This one hopefully has a little bit more punch.
witekgl
OP must be the 1st person ever to take electronic equipment from UK to Dubai. Normally it's the other way round :)


X) I know lol.
OP must be the 1st person ever to take electronic equipment from UK to Dubai. Normally it's the other way round :)
Tbh I didn't even really notice these speakers before so can't really comment on the original price. All I can say is I've been "testing" all day to make sure it's all good before I travel and haven't got a single complaint. I've paid A LOT more for other speakers that haven't been anywhere near as good so I'm extremely happy. :D
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AKG Y45BT - On Ear Headphones with Bluetooth White 2 Year Guarantee - £79.99 @ Home AV Direct

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What Hi Fi 4 * review last November Unleash your inner creativity - The Y45BTs offer AKG-quality sound in a lightweight, on-ear headset addressing your needs for connectivity, convenience, portabil…
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You can get it cheaper through Amazon italy. I ordered some and returned it. Build quality and form factor is great, sound is nice, but the fit was too tight for my large head, and it had the most annoying hiss and occasional electronic noise from one earcup.
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PSB M4U 1 - Over Ear Headphones £139.90 @ Home AV Direct

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Voted best over-ear headphones for $300 by Wirecutter, and those chaps know their stuff. Must be a steal at this price then. Don't own a pair yet but man am I tempted, even though they cost about t…
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Boston Acoustics Soundware XS 5.1 SE Speakers. Gloss Black £184.90 @ Home AV Direct

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I have this same speaker set, and its a great setup. I paid probably double this a year back. This is the second edition, and though it has been about for a while, this version has some minor improvem…
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If you read above many people saying the subs seem to fail after 2 weeks use!

Probably a faulty unit.
I have these speakers and a Pioneer 528 amp. I am struggling to work out why my sub doesnt output anything. The green LED is lit, dials have been set correctly, and polarity.. still nothing, even during speaker setup.

anyone experienced anything like this or do I have a faulty unit?
hadley
rev6
futura
Great speakers and would be interested to see where/when robo989 saw these at richer sounds for £100! I got mine at £149 and have never seen them any cheaper
That part of the movie has a sustained wave below 15Hz :)
This subwoofer cannot produce a sound at that frequency

I know that :)
rev6
futura
Great speakers and would be interested to see where/when robo989 saw these at richer sounds for £100! I got mine at £149 and have never seen them any cheaper
That part of the movie has a sustained wave below 15Hz :)

This subwoofer cannot produce a sound at that frequency
robo989

They not been in stock for 6 months+ mate!

£185, not really a deal imo...keep an eye open for Richer Sounds returns...£100-£110 ;)
Much better.


I agree, there have been deals for new stock at £125-150. Cold from me.