Onkyo HT-S3305B - 3D Ready 5.1 AV/Speaker Package - £229.95 *Instore* @ Richer Sounds - HotUKDeals
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Richer Sounds have reduced the price by £70 to £229.95 with the replacement 3405 coming out, and none of the stress of being refused a price-match, and with the backing of the Richer Sounds customer service... seems like a good deal to me if you don't want to wait for the new kit... usual 10% 5 year warranty available

PRICE REDUCED AGAIN!!!
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#1
Get ready for it.
#2
20mins gone and nothing so far...
6 Likes #3
Let's keep it that way.
#4
Great Price.
#5
2 Likes #6
Better with a Sony - no?
#8
dusan
£239.98 at BestBuy


that's the 100 hour sale tho, which ends any moment... now

Edited By: TwistedNerve on Feb 22, 2011 01:50
#9
its a bargain its better than a sony !!
#10
LOUGHBORO GUY
its a bargain its better than a sony !!
:D
#11
says is 229 on the site, is that with our without 5 year?
5 Likes #12
iPad killer
#13
live2giveuk
says is 229 on the site, is that with our without 5 year?


price reduced again since posting!!

even better value and main post updated :)
banned#14
Can anyone tell me what the difference between the HT-S3305b and the AVX-380 is?

They look pretty much identical as far as I can see.
#15
Hot for me (_;)
3 Likes #16
LOUGHBORO GUY
its a bargain its better than a sony !!


unlike your bled to death joke of a joke!
#17
http://www.techdigest.tv/Onkyo%20HT-S3305%20back.jpg
#18
Wouldnt mind one at that price, heard very good things about them.
#19
Bought this kit from them a couple of weeks ago for slightly less (price match with pixmania)

It is outstanding value for money, but don't misread that, it would still be great value for money at £400 (which is a common price for Sony Kits of LESS performance)

Grab this while you can I think!
#20
Picked up one of these in the Bristol store at the weekend. It's a nice bit of kit. There was enough wiring in the box for my small flat, so worked straight out of the box. The only cable I needed was an optical audio cable so that the TV can play through the system.

Sounds great to my untrained ears. I have an Xbox 360 and a Blu-ray player plugged in and working nicely. Just make sure you put the Blu-ray player into HDMI port 1 or you won't get DTS sound (it seemed to be that way for me, anyway).

The Receiver is pretty huge, and can't really have anything on top of it as it gets pretty hot.

Mine was an as-new open-box, which the CS guy said they had a couple out the back. Might be worth a look if you're in the Bristol area. Mine was £250, with £20 taken off for the open box.
#21
Awesome piece of kit; great value for money. Got one around christmas. Very happy.
#22
Cracking price for what you're getting, top find :D
#23
Can anybody advise if I get a turntable and plug it into this then that would be all I need to play vinyl records?

Thanks for any help with this!
#24
OpineDevine
Can anybody advise if I get a turntable and plug it into this then that would be all I need to play vinyl records?

Thanks for any help with this!
No you would need a phono pre-amp as well because this receiver does not have a phono stage.

Edited By: alasrati on Mar 01, 2011 22:27
1 Like #25
I've had this one for several months now; it replaced a 10 month old Samsung system that gradually became more and more faulty. It's a brilliant bit of kit, sound quality is utterly fantastic compared to the Samsung, plenty of connectivity options and lots of useful settings and features.

It's a great foray into 'decent' home theatre systems. Would never, ever even consider a standard Samsung, LG, Sony etc one now, they don't come close.
banned#26
how long are the speaker cables? would it be possible to extend them if need be? thanks
#27
I bought one last week and can't knock it as a system, the amp is huge though.

as for the size of the speaker cables, the front ones are quite short for obvious reasons (around 2metres i'd say) and the cable for the rear speakers around 5 metres.

Edited By: TDPSlick on Mar 02, 2011 08:58
#28
I've had one of these for a few months now and since I'm no audophile I think it's brilliant. A bargain for this price, I've got my SKY HD, XBOX360 and BluRay player all going through it.
#29
Just called them, most of of the systems are re-furbs.
#30
isnt the sub passive and the receiver can only accept passive subs, so no upgrades in the future?

i would love to be wrong by the way, coz that means i'd have to sell the dog (on the left) to get these :)
#31
btw just checked and passive sub so receiver cant take an active one, so if your buying this with the hope of upgrading your outta luck
#32
BIGUSHEADUS
btw just checked and passive sub so receiver cant take an active one, so if your buying this with the hope of upgrading your outta luck


For £230, it doesn't really matter. If you want something to expand on you'd be paying £300 for the receiver alone.
#33
I was thinking about theYAMAHA RXV367 for £129 + some jamos a102 if they go down again to 150 should be around the 280 mark, or 180 if they don't. Why do you need a much better receiver if you want to upgrade to better in future?
#34
Richer sounds Edinburgh have offered me their ex display of this for £199.95. Is this a good deal - still comes with one year waranty. Haven't seen it yet they have reserved it till Saturday. Should I get them to throw in an optical cable as well?
#35
Got one of these systems at christmas and they price matched with pixmania, paid about £225. Good system, however Ive had 2 centre speakers go.
Took it back first time and they replaced it 2 weeks later it happened again.

The system was sent to Onkyo and I had it tested and the centre replaced again. Richer Sounds staff explained to me that I must have turned the system up too much and that is what caused it. I begged to differ but I now keep the speakers to a medium level as I cannot be bothered to take it back again.

Can someone please tell me if Richer Sounds staff were right as I explained to them the system is 100watts per channel and the speakers have a maximum power input of 120watts so how could me turning up the amp too much blow the speaker.

Cheers P:)

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