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Pioneer SHS100 AV Speaker System 5.1£89.00 free uk delivery @ Peter Tyson Audio Visual

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Cheapest Price anywhere on the net including deivery Pioneer SHS100 AV Speaker System 5.1 Specs and Description if it helps: The Pioneer S-HS100 features compact cube speakers for both front … Read More
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Pioneer SHS100 AV Speaker System 5.1

Specs and Description if it helps:

The Pioneer S-HS100 features compact cube speakers for both front and rear.

These dimulative little speakers feature a 7.7cm cone driver which delivers a rich and dynamic sound quality. There compact design allows for easy placement anywhere in your room.

The centre speaker is acoustically matched to the other satellites but features a longer casing for a broader, more even spread of dialogue.

The Pioneer SHS100 comes complete with a powerful subwoofer, featuring a 16cm driver which is capable of dealing with power up to 160 Watts (Peak).

Front Speakers Magnetically Shielded for placement near your TV

Speaker Power Handling: 150W @ 6 Ohm

Speaker Enclosure: Closed

Subwoofer Power Handling: 160W (Peak) / 100W (RMS)

Front / Rear Dimensions (WxHxD): 106 x 116 x 106mm - 0.8kg (front) / 0.6kg (rear)

Centre Dimensions (WxHxD): 270 x 100 x 106mm - 1kg

Subwoofer Dimensions (WxHxD): 230 x 408 x 344mm - 6.5kg

Speaker Cable included - 3 x 4m + 2 x 10m. 3m Subwoofer lead included.

Includes x 4 wall mounting brackets for Satellite Speakers.
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mart321
cicobuff
mart321
cicobuff
Cannot believe how simpleton a lot of you people are on HUKD, I am seriously thinking of doing a sideline business of home cinema installation if you don't know your HDMI's from your centre speaker, F&R, SL & SR and subwoofer connections to an AV Receiver.
right u can start with me then and recommend me some gear i want something decent to match my pani 50gt60 plasma and also go with a xbox one, wii u and bluray. no soundbars as they dont compare. needs bluetooth. something similar to the onkyo htx 22hd but with bluetooth. budget £300,any suggestions?

£10 per hour consultation fee, followed by £17 per hour installation fee.
ok i think it will take approx 1 minute to type a post with recommendations, invoice me for the 16p

It has just taken me 15 minutes to type a helpful post you ungrateful cretin. Go back and actually take a look at your wording in asking me for any advice....did you actually use any please, thankyous or anything of the sort in your lack of etiquette? Nope...yet I still gave advice.......

Edited By: cicobuff on Dec 30, 2014 12:11
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All of this is getting really out of hand, en3sge is right in the sense that I should not really have started off with stating 'simpletons', and mart321 could have asked me in a nicer way for advice.....so peace out.

So some advice is there, to the beginner I am sure it can be a bit of a minefield, especially with all the differing audio codecs and ways to achieve digital sound these days (such as knowing that you can only get lossless surround audio via HDMI or multi channel analogue rca inputs which can be found on some older receivers to match with very, very few blu ray players and older DVD/SACD players) and I suggest anyone that is not clued up to register on AV Forums and google more on the subject.

With this thread getting out of hand, it is important to note that anyone in here reading through this bickering is not getting the advice they need....so with that.....

This is a set of speakers, you will need an AV Receiver to power it, hunt out useful posts in this thread, register yourself on AV Forums, google about setups and gauge prices with a first port of call being Richer Sounds, Superfi, and Peter Tyson and look back on here for any retailers doing good deals on AV Receivers.

Edited By: cicobuff on Dec 30, 2014 12:58

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#1
Was thinking about getting a soundbar but surely this would better?
#2
henlowstu
Was thinking about getting a soundbar but surely this would better?


Very good sound from these. Much better than a soundbar.
#3
I have these and I like them. My friend works for bose and was impressed by these too. Good price and good speakers.
#4
Great price. Thanks OP. Heated and ordered.
#5
#6
Bought these last week from Richer Sounds, excellent value and far better than a sound bar in my opinion.
#7
It's comes with digital/optical input?
#8
@coneto tribal.uk are only selling the Sub for £80.
2 Likes #9
henlowstu
Was thinking about getting a soundbar but surely this would better?

You must include an AV receiver in your budget.

Edited By: rev6 on Dec 30, 2014 05:41
#10
It does not have optical in ideally one would need an AV receiver to power these up. Your receiver should have digital/optical inputs/outputs etc
3 Likes #11
bonbonizer
It does not have optical in ideally one would need an AV receiver to power these up. Your receiver should have digital/optical inputs/outputs etc

Ideally? Essentially! No inbuilt amplifier/digital encoder renders a set of speakers like this totally unusable without.
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These are speakers only. You need a 5.1 amplifier (usually known as AV receiver) to drive them. Usually the amp has multiple HDMI inputs, a HDMI output and speaker outputs.

The HDMI cable from your sky box, ps4, xbox etc plugs into the inputs of the amp. The HDMI output of the amp then goes to your TV.

The HDMI coming from the sky box etc carries surround sound and picture into the amp. The amp splits off the audio, sends it to the speakers and passes the picture onto the TV.

The drawback of this is that the amp needs to be powered on and the correct input selected so its more complicated than just switching the TV on. The speakers all need wires running around the room too.

Soundbars became popular because they often just take an optical audio output from the tv (so whatever sound the tv is receiving from sky/ps4/xbox just goes straight to Soundbars with no switching or messing) and there's no wires to all the satellite speakers dotted around the room.

5.1 surround with amp and speakers is better, but more fannying around...
#13
w_orbit

The drawback of this is that the amp needs to be powered on and the correct input selected so its more complicated than just switching the TV on. The speakers all need wires running around the room too.
https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRYls8YVk5xuOX5Rlqb3AUxRLXaGWuBUb0A385oF9ZldcdlV4_zO7bJpQ
#14
I got these. They are ok don't sound that great but worth £89
#15
I had top of the range surround sound stuff for years, great if you want a home cinema set up but not really for casual viewing, for ease of setup and use go for a soundbar as said above, or for a cheaper option ( as I have done) , stick it thru the aux on your HIFi does the job great when watching sport, movies or music
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mfactor
I had top of the range surround sound stuff for years, great if you want a home cinema set up but not really for casual viewing, for ease of setup and use go for a soundbar as said above, or for a cheaper option ( as I have done) , stick it thru the aux on your HIFi does the job great when watching sport, movies or music

Soundsbars, yuck!
#17
Same price at richer sounds but collection only. but they do have a test room so you can take a listen.
#18
coneto

That is taking me to an offer for the Sub-Woofer only?
#19
Good deal!! had these for a couple of years now and they are really good quality!
#20
planet2sky
It's comes with digital/optical input?

nope, faux surround (pretty naughty, imo, that you have to download a pdf to find that answer)

EDIT: incidentally downloaded the wrong pdf.........these are just the speakers

Edited By: jeczap on Dec 30, 2014 11:38: eyeballs failed to see
#21
Which are better ? These or the jbl http://m.richersounds.com/#!/product/jbl-cine-510 Which are only 10 quid more
#22
I had these with a £200 denon av receiver, they sounded great for gaming and films, much better than any soundbar
#23
is there a simpler solution than this??? i want 5.1 sound and soundbars just dont do it for me and they look ugy slap bang right on front on the tv. onkyo used to do the htx 22hd which was a 2.1 set up with a discreet sub which i think also worked as a av reciever. t was also upgradable to a 5.1 the reviews were excellent. i wish i had got one at the time.
1 Like #24
mart321
is there a simpler solution than this??? i want 5.1 sound and soundbars just dont do it for me and they look ugy slap bang right on front on the tv. onkyo used to do the htx 22hd which was a 2.1 set up with a discreet sub which i think also worked as a av reciever. t was also upgradable to a 5.1 the reviews were excellent. i wish i had got one at the time.

5.1 speakers and an AV receiver is simple.
#25
Hot. I'm considering going for these and the Harman Kardon AV receiver that is £200 in Richer Sounds.
#26
rev6
mart321
is there a simpler solution than this??? i want 5.1 sound and soundbars just dont do it for me and they look ugy slap bang right on front on the tv. onkyo used to do the htx 22hd which was a 2.1 set up with a discreet sub which i think also worked as a av reciever. t was also upgradable to a 5.1 the reviews were excellent. i wish i had got one at the time.

5.1 speakers and an AV receiver is simple.

is there something simpler than this?
#27
mart321
rev6
mart321
is there a simpler solution than this??? i want 5.1 sound and soundbars just dont do it for me and they look ugy slap bang right on front on the tv. onkyo used to do the htx 22hd which was a 2.1 set up with a discreet sub which i think also worked as a av reciever. t was also upgradable to a 5.1 the reviews were excellent. i wish i had got one at the time.

5.1 speakers and an AV receiver is simple.

is there something simpler than this?

If you want discrete 5.1 sound, no. You can buy 5.1 blu-ray players but they're poor compared.
#28
rev6
mart321
rev6
mart321
is there a simpler solution than this??? i want 5.1 sound and soundbars just dont do it for me and they look ugy slap bang right on front on the tv. onkyo used to do the htx 22hd which was a 2.1 set up with a discreet sub which i think also worked as a av reciever. t was also upgradable to a 5.1 the reviews were excellent. i wish i had got one at the time.

5.1 speakers and an AV receiver is simple.

is there something simpler than this?

If you want discrete 5.1 sound, no. You can buy 5.1 blu-ray players but they're poor compared.

ive checked and the onkyo system i mentioned is still available for £250
http://exceptional-av.co.uk/onkyo-htx-22hdx.html?gclid=CjwKEAiAt4mlBRDXwt_m9ICU4DcSJAAS_X0WB6wvzF0m7Qy7MiGw_wJMDP0UtgTEdKJ8FKx5o1jbhhoC3uDw_wcB

its only the 2.1 but still

for some reason argos seem to want £750!! for the same system

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=onkyo+htx+22hd&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&gws_rd=cr&ei=B4qiVOzcMtPpaLb-gbAL
1 Like #29
mart321
rev6
mart321
is there a simpler solution than this??? i want 5.1 sound and soundbars just dont do it for me and they look ugy slap bang right on front on the tv. onkyo used to do the htx 22hd which was a 2.1 set up with a discreet sub which i think also worked as a av reciever. t was also upgradable to a 5.1 the reviews were excellent. i wish i had got one at the time.

5.1 speakers and an AV receiver is simple.

is there something simpler than this?

How do you mean simpler? This is it at it's simplest. You either pair these up with a separate AV receiver, or you go for one of the package deals that includes an AV/blu-ray/dvd-player. The latter option is of no interest to me because physical media is dead (to me).

But either way, you are going to have the same amount of things to set up. The only benefit with a package is that you will get all the instructions in a single booklet.
#30
mart321
rev6
mart321
rev6
mart321
is there a simpler solution than this??? i want 5.1 sound and soundbars just dont do it for me and they look ugy slap bang right on front on the tv. onkyo used to do the htx 22hd which was a 2.1 set up with a discreet sub which i think also worked as a av reciever. t was also upgradable to a 5.1 the reviews were excellent. i wish i had got one at the time.

5.1 speakers and an AV receiver is simple.

is there something simpler than this?

If you want discrete 5.1 sound, no. You can buy 5.1 blu-ray players but they're poor compared.

ive checked and the onkyo system i mentioned is still available for £250
http://exceptional-av.co.uk/onkyo-htx-22hdx.html?gclid=CjwKEAiAt4mlBRDXwt_m9ICU4DcSJAAS_X0WB6wvzF0m7Qy7MiGw_wJMDP0UtgTEdKJ8FKx5o1jbhhoC3uDw_wcB

its only the 2.1 but still

for some reason argos seem to want £750!! for the same system

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=onkyo+htx+22hd&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&gws_rd=cr&ei=B4qiVOzcMtPpaLb-gbAL

Same thing as buying an AV receiver. The Sub is acting like one, you plug the 2 speakers in as you would with an AV receiver. The only difference between that and this, there are 3 extra speakers to place and plug in. It's easy.

Edited By: rev6 on Dec 30, 2014 11:30
#31
for the price these are good. I drive them pioneer vsx 919 and get decent enough results. usual price is £99 for these
#32
scotia2
mart321
rev6
mart321
is there a simpler solution than this??? i want 5.1 sound and soundbars just dont do it for me and they look ugy slap bang right on front on the tv. onkyo used to do the htx 22hd which was a 2.1 set up with a discreet sub which i think also worked as a av reciever. t was also upgradable to a 5.1 the reviews were excellent. i wish i had got one at the time.

5.1 speakers and an AV receiver is simple.

is there something simpler than this?

How do you mean simpler? This is it at it's simplest. You either pair these up with a separate AV receiver, or you go for one of the package deals that includes an AV/blu-ray/dvd-player. The latter option is of no interest to me because physical media is dead (to me).

But either way, you are going to have the same amount of things to set up. The only benefit with a package is that you will get all the instructions in a single booklet.
ideally something like the onkyo which i have just posted which has a sub and av receiver built into one unit. space is an issue for me. the onkyo doesnt seem to have bluetooth though, which is a dealbreaker for me
#33
Anyone know how these compare to the JBL Cinema that Richer Sounds have at £100? I could ask Richer Sounds themselves but they will tell me to get the Tannoys instead, as they usually do :)
#34
Cannot believe how simpleton a lot of you people are on HUKD, I am seriously thinking of doing a sideline business of home cinema installation if you don't know your HDMI's from your centre speaker, F&R, SL & SR and subwoofer connections to an AV Receiver.
#35
scotia2
mart321
rev6
mart321
is there a simpler solution than this??? i want 5.1 sound and soundbars just dont do it for me and they look ugy slap bang right on front on the tv. onkyo used to do the htx 22hd which was a 2.1 set up with a discreet sub which i think also worked as a av reciever. t was also upgradable to a 5.1 the reviews were excellent. i wish i had got one at the time.

5.1 speakers and an AV receiver is simple.

is there something simpler than this?

How do you mean simpler? This is it at it's simplest. You either pair these up with a separate AV receiver, or you go for one of the package deals that includes an AV/blu-ray/dvd-player. The latter option is of no interest to me because physical media is dead (to me).

But either way, you are going to have the same amount of things to set up. The only benefit with a package is that you will get all the instructions in a single booklet.

If physical media is dead and you own a decent home cinema setup what are you doing? Are you sacrificing lossless audio codecs and streaming from the likes of Netflix or creating your own MKVs?
1 Like #36
cicobuff
Cannot believe how simpleton a lot of you people are on HUKD, I am seriously thinking of doing a sideline business of home cinema installation if you don't know your HDMI's from your centre speaker, F&R, SL & SR and subwoofer connections to an AV Receiver.

That's why soundbars have taken off like they have.
#37
cicobuff
Cannot believe how simpleton a lot of you people are on HUKD, I am seriously thinking of doing a sideline business of home cinema installation if you don't know your HDMI's from your centre speaker, F&R, SL & SR and subwoofer connections to an AV Receiver.
right u can start with me then and recommend me some gear i want something decent to match my pani 50gt60 plasma and also go with a xbox one, wii u and bluray. no soundbars as they dont compare. needs bluetooth. something similar to the onkyo htx 22hd but with bluetooth. budget £300,any suggestions?
2 Likes #38
mart321
cicobuff
Cannot believe how simpleton a lot of you people are on HUKD, I am seriously thinking of doing a sideline business of home cinema installation if you don't know your HDMI's from your centre speaker, F&R, SL & SR and subwoofer connections to an AV Receiver.
right u can start with me then and recommend me some gear i want something decent to match my pani 50gt60 plasma and also go with a xbox one, wii u and bluray. no soundbars as they dont compare. needs bluetooth. something similar to the onkyo htx 22hd but with bluetooth. budget £300,any suggestions?

£10 per hour consultation fee, followed by £17 per hour installation fee.

If you want a starter system, primarily for movie/gaming sound over music then satellite speakers like this would suffice, along with a cheap £100-£150 5.1 AV receiver from Richer Sounds such as the Pioneer VSX329 or raising the budget a bit on the Yamaha RX-V377 or if you really want bang for buck, wait until around March-August when you find last years models being sold off in anticipation for new models by all the big brand names....

I got last years Yamaha RX-V675 for £250 in August (RRP £500) this years RX-V677 after being sold initially for £550 is now down to £350 already and I wager by next March will be £250.

Don't forget to factor in cost of cabling into your budget (unless...very doubtfully the speaker cable with this set is of any quality)

If however you do want a setup for music at that cost, then you would do much better looking on gumtree, Ebay etc for second hand bookshelf speakers or if you have space, floorstanders.

Also note that AV Receivers within this price bracket do not have bluetooth as standard, therefore you would need to buy a Bluetooth adapter and connect that up via RCA jacks to one of the plethora of analogue inputs on the back of the receiver.

http://www.portablehifi.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/81RPnH2p35L._SL1500__thumb.jpg

Edited By: cicobuff on Dec 30, 2014 12:04: info
1 Like #39
cicobuff

If physical media is dead and you own a decent home cinema setup what are you doing?

Yawn......
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cicobuff
mart321
cicobuff
Cannot believe how simpleton a lot of you people are on HUKD, I am seriously thinking of doing a sideline business of home cinema installation if you don't know your HDMI's from your centre speaker, F&R, SL & SR and subwoofer connections to an AV Receiver.
right u can start with me then and recommend me some gear i want something decent to match my pani 50gt60 plasma and also go with a xbox one, wii u and bluray. no soundbars as they dont compare. needs bluetooth. something similar to the onkyo htx 22hd but with bluetooth. budget £300,any suggestions?

£10 per hour consultation fee, followed by £17 per hour installation fee.
ok i think it will take approx 1 minute to type a post with recommendations, invoice me for the 16p

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