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Mission MX3i floorstanding speakers for £179.00 delivered with 6 years warranty , WhatHiFI 5 star award @ Richer Sounds

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Not as good as £149 that was here 6 weeks ago, but still very good price for decent floorstanding speaker. They need a bit of space around them, as they are rear ported. http://www.whathifi.com/missi…
dealster216 Avatar6h, 16m agoFound 6 hours, 16 minutes ago1 Comment
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Link to old deal (£149 one), with the long discussion
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Edited By: dealster216 on May 26, 2016 11:15
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Onkyo TX-NR646 Dolby Atmos AV Receiver £299.00 richersounds

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Excellent price from Richersounds for this Dolby Atmos Av Receiver
pavel76 Avatar21h, 11m agoFound 21 hours, 11 minutes ago95 Comments
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i get the joke now after making a comment the other week about people saying they have never heard of them.cracking deal.heat.
what joke? unknown brand. cold
thinking of upgrading setup to 4k. I currently have a Yamaha 3069. Would this be disappointing after that?
Better off with a Sony rather than a no name brand...
Unknown brand? Are you serious?!

Good machine for a good price!
I've had an Onkyo for years and it's been great - the only minor issue is some of the buttons on the remote have to be pressed REALLY hard to register.

But do ALL receivers take a couple of seconds to switch source? I know there's a lot of processing and HDMI handshaking going on, but my TV could do it far quicker...
someone should start a petition to get them to change their brand name
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SAMSUNG UE48JU750048 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV Freeview HD freesat HD £699.00 richersounds

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This is a good price imo, dropped again recently. Samsung, 4k, 3d so ticks enough boxes for me. 6 year richer sounds guarantee.
prestwichian Avatar1d, 19h agoFound 1 day, 19 hours ago12 Comments
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Yeah I'm thinking of getting a new tv once the house is sorted (got flooded on boxing day) luckily my friend lent me his TV. I'm after a 4k 3d which I'll also be using for gaming console and pc gaming. Let's say I have a grand what sort of TV should I be looking for if anyone can help. Last time I bought a TV was when 1080p first came out so I don't have a sodding clue lol

From last years Samsung's you basically want JU7000 upwards at minimum in my opinion. This 7500 is basically the JU7000 with a curve and slightly better response time.
Yeah I'm thinking of getting a new tv once the house is sorted (got flooded on boxing day) luckily my friend lent me his TV. I'm after a 4k 3d which I'll also be using for gaming console and pc gaming. Let's say I have a grand what sort of TV should I be looking for if anyone can help. Last time I bought a TV was when 1080p first came out so I don't have a sodding clue lol
adamc11
I work in Currys so I am lucky enough to spend a lot of time around the different TVs and trust me the LG is not all it's cracked up to be - motion blur is horrendous on them.


Sorry to talk work. What's your opinion on the best tv for under 800? Thanks :-)
I work in Currys so I am lucky enough to spend a lot of time around the different TVs and trust me the LG is not all it's cracked up to be - motion blur is horrendous on them.
zefyrus
Just wait. LG's OLED will be dropping below a grand during the summer. If you're gonna pay 700 for 4k means you really appreciate quality and then you can pay another 200 for the best. Just imagine buying this now and stumble upon an OLED deal 2 months later. Bummer...


​sorry mate, your comments are wanted here, they have only just worked out 4K let alone HDR and HDMI2.
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Teac LSWH01 2.1 speaker package £49.99 at Richer Sounds

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Excellent little 2.1 speaker package. I believe it is designed to go with the Teac A-H01 amplifier, but can be used with other amp/equipment too. This sells on other websites for around £250, so £50
marcjones73 Avatar3d, 3h agoFound 3 days, 3 hours ago3 Comments
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in store only with only a few left (and even then they "might be" ex-display).

well worth sticking in the description OP

Edited By: sneakyduck on May 23, 2016 15:35
How can you steam to this without the matching amp?

You don't stream to it - you connect two speaker cables and a subwoofer cable.
How can you steam to this without the matching amp?
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Hisense HE65K5510UWTS 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV £899.00 @ Richer Sounds

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JUst been notified that Richersounds have the newer Hisense 65" 4K TVs in stock in their warehouse for £899. Slightly same spec as the 720 but with a faster Motion rate. Its not on their site yet bu…
bluntmachetti Avatar3d, 4h agoFound 3 days, 4 hours ago48 Comments
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pictures on AO shows freesat built in but nothing in specs so can anyone confirm if there is a freesat tuner built in please
There is a freesat tuner built in.
Have you done the zone test yet?? What about HDR demos - does it work??
Haven't been able to get around to doing it yet. The Mrs is hogging the TV .
pictures on AO shows freesat built in but nothing in specs so can anyone confirm if there is a freesat tuner built in please
There is a freesat tuner built in.

Have you done the zone test yet?? What about HDR demos - does it work??

Edited By: crofter on May 25, 2016 21:44
pictures on AO shows freesat built in but nothing in specs so can anyone confirm if there is a freesat tuner built in please
There is a freesat tuner built in.
pictures on AO shows freesat built in but nothing in specs so can anyone confirm if there is a freesat tuner built in please
On the box it did say HDR Local Playback only, so wouldnt that be USB and not the streaming services like Netflix?

Yes that is the big question - what do they mean by HDR Local Playback?? If it is just via the built in media player then it is of no use to anybody unless we start seeing 4K HDR rips being pirated - not even sure if that is possible??

This TV doesnt have the hardware to display HDR (it would need quantum dots or similar to do so) but it can still read the metadata and give an HDR effect ... basically HDR is one big mess at present but manufacturers see the chance at gaining some big sales by saying their product is HDR capable.

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PHILIPS BTM2310 - CD/USB/FM/BLUETOOTH £49.00 @ Richer Sounds

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was looking to replace our broken CD player at work when I came across this little number from Philips - to say its new - picking mine up tomorrow. CD Player Bluetooth USB port reader FM radio Li…
jbar1610 Avatar3d, 4h agoFound 3 days, 4 hours ago2 Comments
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Nice price
Thank-you - for the price and spec I honestly think its a really good price!
Nice price
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Denon DM40 and Q Acoustics 2020i VIP member offer £249.95 @ Richersounds

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just got this in an email. available instore.online.on phone.
Buckar00 Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago5 Comments
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I'm struggling to find this, could you post a link to this or a screenshot please?
Great little system, I have Denon DM38 originally bought with the same speakers and they served me well for three years. I have upgraded speakers to monitor audio bx2 and system sounds even better.
I still use Q Acoustics 2020i with Cambridge Audio 350A in my office hooked up to a main computer.
If you are planning to stream from web or DLNA consider Marantz mcr units.
tomwatts
Speakers are £99 in RS at the moment - that's the real deal here.

It's still overall a £30 saving off buying the whole kaboodle separately, personally do not think the OP deserves to be in the freezing cold segment here....what gives I wonder?!
Speakers are £99 in RS at the moment - that's the real deal here.
Not too shabby a price considering the speakers, heated.
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PANASONIC VIERA TX-55CX802B £999.00 instore only @ Richer Sounds

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Seems like a really good price for this TV if you can get hold of it, 1 or 2 in stock in various places - may have to ring and check they're not ex display / open box etc
billydix1 Avatar2w, 8h agoFound 2 weeks, 8 hours ago1 Comment
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Stay away from this tv!
I've got one. It needed a new screen when it was 4 months old. It now needs another new screen at 12 months old.
Problem with the back light. It puts a shadow across the bottom of the screen.
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Panasonic TX-58DX700B 58 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play with 6 Year Guarantee £999.00 richersounds

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Looks like the best price around for this new HDR model, specially with 6 year guarantee...
pavel76 Avatar2w, 10h agoFound 2 weeks, 10 hours ago11 Comments
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rodera
DevilsNeverCry
58" 4K HDR already hovering below the 1k mark, great find! :)
not to count the HDR, OLED is coming, just like the winter but in reverse.


OLED TVs are sensational, but so are the prices, and continually so. To see a 55"+ 4K OLED HDR TV at this price in the next 2 years would be surprising!
rodera
DevilsNeverCry
58" 4K HDR already hovering below the 1k mark, great find! :)
not to count the HDR, OLED is coming, just like the winter but in reverse.
Eh?
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DevilsNeverCry
58" 4K HDR already hovering below the 1k mark, great find! :)
not to count the HDR, OLED is coming, just like the winter but in reverse.
waynebeetison
Big price drops on the new Panasonics already, the viewing angles are pretty bad on the 700 and 750 so make sure you are sat right infront of the TV...pretty bad reviews on richersounds.
3 reviews at richersounds - 1 average and 2 excellent... is that pretty bad mr expert ?
Big price drops on the new Panasonics already, the viewing angles are pretty bad on the 700 and 750 so make sure you are sat right infront of the TV...pretty bad reviews on richersounds.
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Hisense 50 inch 4K TV (50M3300) £449.00 with 6 year guarantee delivered @ Richer Sounds

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Looking for a cheapish 4k TV 50 inch max and came across the new Hisense model, comes with a 6 year guarantee and apparently HDR? Not too much info around as its not been out too long. Looks like a de…
misterjoint Avatar2w, 20h agoFound 2 weeks, 20 hours ago59 Comments
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Perhaps he doesn't make as much commission selling Hisense. From what I've read every TV has some sort of issue. There doesn't seem to be a perfect TV unless you pay through your nose. My reason to purchase is keep it a couple years then upgrade. Technology is moving too fast.
We went to RS this afternoon to buy the 50" Hisense (this years model) & the salesman said that he wouldn't buy Hisense himself as it has a slight stutter when playing fast motion scenes, which is irritating. He said that if we weren't really bothered about 4k then we should look at a Samsung 48H6400 which is the same price as the Hisense, but has amazing reviews & is a superb TV. We then came away with nothing......but saved £449

I'm sure that salesman is a credit to Richer Sounds.
We went to RS this afternoon to buy the 50" Hisense (this years model) & the salesman said that he wouldn't buy Hisense himself as it has a slight stutter when playing fast motion scenes, which is irritating. He said that if we weren't really bothered about 4k then we should look at a Samsung 48H6400 which is the same price as the Hisense, but has amazing reviews & is a superb TV. We then came away with nothing......but saved £449


Edited By: plymouthgal on May 24, 2016 21:07: Changed he to salesman
No YouTube 4k on the app, still viewable on desktop if you have a 980ti (or any 4k 60hz card). Input lag is pretty good, it was reduced in a software update and is much better in Game mode. The input lag is a lot higher in 4k (as with all 4k) but I'd say I can't notice it at all however at 1080p there really is none, no problems with racing games. Therefore I use 1080p 120hz for racing games and FPS.
Matterez
I have this exact tv, got it a few months ago and I mostly use it for Netflix (4k goodness) and also run my gaming PC through it (980ti) for a 4k desktop, it works like a 4 x 25" x 1080p monitor setup, it's really good. I'd highly recommend it as a TV to use for inputs; PCs, Consoles etc. as the input lag is low in Gaming mode and it supports 4k 60Hz and 1080p 120Hz (good for FPS and general smooth gaming). However the smart functions are pretty poor (compared to competitors), the games and apps are akin to what comes on a knockoff iPhone and casting functions are limited, the speakers are quite good though and the panel is very good.
In short, to run a PC through or console or Amazon Fire box (4k one), YES.
As a standalone Smart TV for a living room, probably not, unless you only watch Youtube, iPlayer and Netflix. I'd recommend an Android TV instead.
P.S. No Youtube 4k on this TV

No youtube 4k did you say?! Also I have a gtx 980 ti I plan to use this for my pc and to watch stuuf and game on it. When gaming is there input lag? and I might use this for console gaming to, hows there input lag on that also. Manythanks
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LG 40UF770V 40 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV Freeview HD £399.00 @ Richer Sounds

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very good deal for a good 4k tv here can't find it cheaper anywhere else especially as it comes with a 6 YEAR GUARANTEE and has really good reviews on amazon.
Hasnaiin Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago12 Comments
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I can honestly tell the difference between 1080p and 2160p at an average viewing distance at 40 inches. Not because you can see the difference in pixels, but everything just looks that much sharper. However, at this price you can get a 48 inch w705 from Sony refurb, which is much better.
djh1975
Don't you need bigger than 40" to make the most of the picture quality?


​Depends how close you sit to the screen I suppose. I am looking for a 40 inch 4k tv to put on my desk as part of a gaming setup. Seen as though I will only be sat a couple of feet away I was advised that 4k would make a difference even at 40 inches in my situation. So I think in my case it will be worth it, not sure it would have benefits over 1080p though if it was in a living room setup.
Don't you need bigger than 40" to make the most of the picture quality?
mkara
This or the Samsung UEJU6000 @£379?

http://m.richersounds.com/#!/product/SAMS-UE40JU6000


​I got the Samsung for bedroom and very impressed. Great picture good sound and smart feature work well
I was waiting to get Samsung ue43ks7500, anybody know is this worth getting it's 2016 model. If anybody bought it already would love some feedbacks
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Sony KDL32W705C 32" Smart TV £249.00 - Richer Sounds

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Bought this TV a couple of months ago and very pleased with it, just recommending it to a friend and saw Richer are £30 cheaper than other retailers and offer a 6 year warranty.
joetipper Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago6 Comments
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Wadadli_Cooler
I have this TV. It's very good on the whole. Downsides are ITV and Chanel 4 are missing from smart TV, remote is not intuitive, and it doesn't have a VESA mount for sticking on the wall.
The stand is part of the mounting bracket made for the TV, the other part comes in the box.
Bought this recently for £258 via Flubit so this is a bargain. Yes there are cheaper models from other brands but this is by far the best option in its range. Heat added.
Wadadli_Cooler
I have this TV. It's very good on the whole. Downsides are ITV and Chanel 4 are missing from smart TV, remote is not intuitive, and it doesn't have a VESA mount for sticking on the wall.

Agree with you about the catchup apps for ITV and C4, but there are mounting holes for attaching to a wall bracket, as that's where ours is.
I have this as a bedroom tv. I support the points made about the smart options, however, Sony is in general a little behind Samsung in this respect. On the whole though this tv is a super bit of kit, great picture and sound and the perfect size for the bedroom.
I have this TV. It's very good on the whole. Downsides are ITV and Chanel 4 are missing from smart TV, remote is not intuitive, and it doesn't have a VESA mount for sticking on the wall.
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LG 55UF860V 55 inch 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV Freeview HD @ Richersounds £799.00 plus 6 years warranty

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I have been looking at this TV for a while. It seems to be getting cheaper and cheaper. I might buy it when it's £499 lol. But this is a cracking price for a great TV. Same price other places but this…
teabag36 Avatar3w, 21h agoFound 3 weeks, 21 hours ago14 Comments
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What's better this or the sammy 6800. They're both £799 on hotuk
That's great cheers
LOUGHBORO GUY
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Cracking TV for the money. Had mine for over 6 months and still can't fault it. You'd have to spend more than double for anything significantly better.
Is football good on it no motion blur ??
Sorry. Not seen your post earlier. I've no problems with motion blur or screen uniformity.
I had the 49" 850v of this last week from Curry's. If you turn all the processing settings, (Truemotion, edge enhancement, sharpness etc.) to 0 or off, you can get a great clean picture that was even close to that of my plasma. The only setting to leave on is super resolution as this setting contains detail.

Motion was really good and things like MOTD had no issues. My TV had to go back for 3 reasons:-

-Misaligned 3D filter meaning ghosting at the top or bottom of the image depending on your eye level.
-PVR function that messes up when recording HD, (Unlikely to get fixed.)
-Dirty Screen Effect that was visible when watching MOTD.

For the 55", this is HOT at this price.
Same TV posted a week ago gets 400+deg. Bizarre.
I almost bought this TV, but after going to look at 4k TV's I went for a big, quality 1080p set instead. I'm sat 10-12 feet away from my set and couldn't tell the difference at that distance. I'll get a 4k set in a couple of years when there is a decent amount of stuff available and the 70" ones are affordable.
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LG 55UH770V 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview HD, + 6 YEARS GUARANTEE, Was £1499, NOW £1,299.00 @ Richersounds

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£200 cheaper than John Lewis's £1499 price and comes with 6 years GUARANTEE over JL's 5 years!
herby247 Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago6 Comments
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Inferior model, dimming system is flaky. If you must have LG, get the UH850 for not much more.
This telly will come down to £799 in 2 months
Oh yeah you might say Netflix, Amazon etc. - forget it. Only HD in good quality.
Voting cold as no real advantage (as of yet) over HD. I have bought 5years ago 9th series LG led and only now there's up-to 10 decent HD channels with no lag and comfort to look at. So you better of to hold with new TV for another year or two if you got HDTV in good size. Otherwise buy now, but not this.
dealsrus2001
You may be able to get john lewis to match the price and have there standard 5 year tv warrenty i think they still do it.

Why would you want JL to price match and get 5 year warranty instead of 6?
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Tannoy Standmount speakers £200.00 @ Richersounds

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I have these already in the lounge. Quality speakers, ordered a pair for the bedroom. Incredible speakers, well worth £200 Seeing as that you won't get a decent pair of book shelfs and stands for £15…
Plasmachaser Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago22 Comments
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I have them, and they really don't take up much space at all.
Plasmachaser
j3remy42
Great price but they are a little boxy looking for me. I love my Revolutions, if I was to go for floorstanders I would probably go for the same range.

Twice the price, and not sure exactly what you'd be getting for your money extra. These are quality speakers


​Oh I would definitely wait for a dip in price. I think when they take up such a chunk of space in my living room they need to be a little more pleasing to the eye.
mygoditsfullofst
I have these too, bought them as the start of my 5.1 cinema with a rx-v 579 and the neighbours think it's superb.

Haha they are naughty
freestyle
Would this amp be any good?

Yes!
I have these too, bought them as the start of my 5.1 cinema with a rx-v 579 and the neighbours think it's superb.
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Monitor Audio A100 Network Amp £129.00 delivered @ Richer Sounds

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Been waiting for a deal on this amp for a while now to replace my large AV receiver. Currently only £129 +free P&P (normally £199) at Richer Sounds. (Don't forget 2% in store cash back via Quidco).
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Update: Must say i'm very impressed by both Richer Sounds and the product. It arrived next day delivery, even only opting for the standard 5 day.

Took about 15 minutes to get it unpacked, wired up to my MA BR2's and connected to the Wifi - it sounds great! Very good value for money at only £129!
With a pair of Monitor Audio BX2s that I already had. It's a great sounding combination, no plans to change it :)
richwest
timitfc
I had read it can be slow to switch on, and you can have sound cutting out- but I read online this can be fixed by the firmware upgrades? Could be a different issue but thought it may help you!

I'm running the latest firmware, v639 (which isn't very new, they haven't released any new firmware for it since December 2014). It's not a big deal for me since I usually start it up while my PC is booting.


Thanks for that! Most of the time it will get used for audio for movies etc out of the TV and AirPlay music! Out of interest, what speakers you using with it?
timitfc
I had read it can be slow to switch on, and you can have sound cutting out- but I read online this can be fixed by the firmware upgrades? Could be a different issue but thought it may help you!

I'm running the latest firmware, v639 (which isn't very new, they haven't released any new firmware for it since December 2014). It's not a big deal for me since I usually start it up while my PC is booting.
richwest
I've had one of these for a year or so and use it as a desktop amp to connect hi-fi speakers to my PC (hooked up via S/PDIF). It looks quite nice stood vertically, and doesn't take up too much desk space.

The only slight annoyance is that it takes 30 seconds or so to boot up after switching on, and the sound cuts in and out once or twice during this time (I think while it connects to wi-fi). However it's otherwise flawless and sounds great, so I would recommend it. Tested AirPlay once and it worked, but don't really have personal experience with that feature since I'm just using it as a basic amp.


I had read it can be slow to switch on, and you can have sound cutting out- but I read online this can be fixed by the firmware upgrades? Could be a different issue but thought it may help you!
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Tannoy SFC 5.1 surround sound speakers £99.95 @ Richer Sounds

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Great speakers, don't think they've been sub £100 before? Limited stock with around 17 in stock around the country, well worth it if any of those are local to you though! Especially when you consider
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FYI - Anyone wanting to wall mount these, but want to angle them (the brackets included are L shaped so impractical) I have found these work well:
Brateck Dual Mount Speaker Brackets

Only slight downside is they are under the speaker - but nothing can be done about that thanks to Tannoy's bottom screw hole!

Edited By: maui on May 13, 2016 18:10
Heat - got the last ex service set from Brighton - looking forward to getting them running!
mivanpy
A1RN
DudleyGuy
mivanpy
Quality brand speakers. These have been around a while but renowned to be very good by many audiophiles.
You need to do some googling of facts, I believe the massive Chinese firm onkyo, bought tannoy, and use the name to sell cheap audio. Safer with a Sony!
You need to read more and stop talking tripe. Tannoy British made, owned by Music Group, production moving to China very soon. Some people......http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-36175640https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_Group_(company)
Just talking doo doo i would ignore. I think it's a ongoing joke on here.

Or an Onkyogoing joke perhaps....

Someone did mention Loughborough earlier too.
Great deal...I remember selling these in a retail store for more than £400 originally, when they were called the FX5.1 . The tweeters are especially good. Sub wasn't amazing though. They used to come with wall brackets too.
Always thought they were made in China though.

Tannoy themselves still appear to be going strong, with their awesome Dual Concentric Prestige and Kingdom lines. I'd certainly buy these over Sonys and on a par with the entry level Kefs.
DudleyGuy
bigsofty
jayjayuk1234
A1RN
DudleyGuy
mivanpy
Quality brand speakers. These have been around a while but renowned to be very good by many audiophiles.
You need to do some googling of facts, I believe the massive Chinese firm onkyo, bought tannoy, and use the name to sell cheap audio. Safer with a Sony!
You need to read more and stop talking tripe. Tannoy British made, owned by Music Group, production moving to China very soon. Some people......http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-36175640https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_Group_(company)
Don't trust the likes of the BBC, they tell lies, and Wikipedia can be edited by anyone
Tannoy are a cheap chinese knock off brand, just like Onkyo, they just stole their brand name from Public address systems we use in the uk.
They also skin pigs to make the speaker cones.
I have these, says "Made in the UK" on the back! Now a quick look at the back of my Sony sound bar and its actually made in China! :P
You must have a fake Sony, they are Japanese quality, premium audio!

I wouldn't say they're premium audio, and what do you mean by Japanese quality?. I doubt very much every Sony AV product is made in Japan with 100% Japanese parts, likely its just assembled. Majority of components likely from China, South Korea, Taiwan..etc. Anyway, Sony is mid range.
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HISENSE 75M7900 75 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR 3D Smart LED TV Freeview HD £2,499.00 @ richersounds free del 6 year warranty

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6 year guarantee Free del Supersize your 4K viewing experience, with the totally immersive Hisense 75M7900. Big screen value Welcome to our best ever value 75 inch 4K UHD TV! If you want to be truly…
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Was just over £2370 on amazon yesterday with 2 years warranty
Gone up today to almost £200 more
If they market it like they did the 65 curved 720 this should drop below 2300 over the next few weeks
Great price a 75" TV but thats the rrp.
But look this is what I mean. Samsung 7 series absolute mint £2999 75 inch. If I was spending £2500 I would spend another £500 for the Samsung, no brainer. https://www.powerdirect.co.uk/catalog/product/view/id/7170/s/75-smart-uhd-4k-3d-led-tv-twin-tuner-1300hz/?gclid=CN6GsqyzucwCFcSRGwode3kAZg
Zontes
jimhuf
Zontes
crazzzzzy_b
£2500 for something called hisense you must be crazy
You are an idiot. You know nothing about TV technology and manufacture.
Whether you know nothing or everything £2500 for a tv is stupidity
Yes, but you are still an idiot. So move on.


Are you buying one or own one? Bet you havnt or won't be, £2500 for this would get you a hell of a decent make tv. Lg oled have come down to below £2000.
simont_space
RuudBullit
Pokerkingbouch
I own 2 65 inch curved hisence and Imo one of the best TVs I have owned
The hd picture and 4K is just fantastic
One in my my living room
And use one for gaming in my computer room
Don't knock them until you've acculty seen one perform
If i had not just bought the Sony VPL-VW1000ES I would have had one of these straight away
Hisence will become up there with sony and Samsung by the end of the year
I'm not knocking the company or it's tv's, but I do lack any experience with these TV's, which is why I would be personally dubious about splashing out £2.5k on one of these. Reviews are good for reference, but nothing beats personal experience in my opinion. Once these tv's are in more uk living rooms, and we're seeing them regularly ourselves and getting testimony from friends and people we know and trust, their reputation will grow and more people will be encouraged to buy the products.


The same could be said about all the brands you mentioned 20 years ago. As long as you get a 5/6 yr warranty I see no problem.


​when LG first broke into the UK, I wouldn't have splashed 2k on one of their tvs either. whether you've got a warranty is largely irrelevant, ad it all depends on how/whether those warranties are honoured.
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CAMBRIDGE DACMAGIC XS V2 usb Sound card (in store only) £49.00 @ Richer Sounds

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Got myself one of these today. Retails for 100 quid elswere, so think its a very good deal :) Porduct info https://www.cambridgeaudio.com/products/hifi-and-home-cinema/dacmagic-xs
Klimgon99 Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago6 Comments
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acholmes2000
plath
worth getting if i'm going to use it for spotify premium on my lg g4?
If your going to be using a decent set of headphones or linking to a hifi maybe but for listening on the commute no the included dac in the G4 is very capable as are most flagship phones.

Yeah I'm going to get a better pair of IEMs as well. Probably a RHA MA750 or HiFiMan RE400A
plath
worth getting if i'm going to use it for spotify premium on my lg g4?

If your going to be using a decent set of headphones or linking to a hifi maybe but for listening on the commute no the included dac in the G4 is very capable as are most flagship phones.
worth getting if i'm going to use it for spotify premium on my lg g4?
rev6
mojo5110
I really like the FiiO e10k headphone and amp. Its £62. It also doesn't rely on drivers so you don't have to worry about audio stuff not connecting. It powers 500 ohm headphones which is pretty high resistance.
Most dac and amps will be better then the onboard audio.
I got a super cheap one for £13 on amazon and it got rid of the strange EMI sound I got. So whatever suits you needs.
What inputs do you need? What external do you need? What power do you need it to have?Budget?
JK
Which one did you get?
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00KNNSKV0/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
PROZOR DAC Digital £14
I used the spdif port on the back of the pc and it does all the audio coversion on the dac.
Only downside is it won't work on laptops because they dont have that port.
If you want it to work on laptops get one which uses USB input.
mojo5110
I really like the FiiO e10k headphone and amp. Its £62. It also doesn't rely on drivers so you don't have to worry about audio stuff not connecting. It powers 500 ohm headphones which is pretty high resistance.
Most dac and amps will be better then the onboard audio.
I got a super cheap one for £13 on amazon and it got rid of the strange EMI sound I got. So whatever suits you needs.
What inputs do you need? What external do you need? What power do you need it to have?Budget?
JK

Which one did you get?
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SONY BRAVIA KD65X8509C 65 inch 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED Android TV Youview - 6 Year Guarantee £1,499.00 - Richer Sounds

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Seems like a good deal. Was thinking of buying but not sure if prices will drop even further? I have he W805c and the Android OS has improved a lot since the last few updates. I actually disabled the
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Well my tv turned up, all in the original box.

First impressions are very positive. Screen has great uniformity. Only messed about with it for an hour or so last night. The android system on the TV is different but just not use to it yet.
jonnywells
Sharpharp
jonnywells
Sharpharp
jonnywells
Sharpharp
At this price, you'd be insane not to shell out a few more hundred on the XD9305, best LCD out
a few hundred more?! The cheapest i can find the 65 inch XD9305 is £2,299.00...thats £800 more!!!
The (ok reburb so taking a chance) KD65X8509C i have gone for is £1100 so a massive £1200 difference.
There is also a massive difference in quality and technology as well, in 2016 it's silly going for an inferior set like the KD65X8509C.
What naff are you talking about?! Yes its a newer set with a few new features but there is not a massive difference between the two. Just take a look on sonys specs pages there really isnt a massive difference apart from the price
If you went into ANY electrical shop and said that, you'd let laughed at so hard, you'd be buying BUSH tellies for the rest of your life.
The difference is like night and day....for starters, I suggest you do some reading up on Proper 10-bit HDR (not emulated firmware from 2015).
It's fine really, as long as you're happy with your purchase then that's what matters to you right :D
The x85 series is a 10bit panel

LOL, KD65X8509C has HDR "streaming support"........... oh and did I mention the unusable dimming system?

I'm sure you'll be very happy with this...if you're expectations aren't that high.
As for anyone else, stay clear, save for the XD9305
Sharpharp
jonnywells
Sharpharp
jonnywells
Sharpharp
At this price, you'd be insane not to shell out a few more hundred on the XD9305, best LCD out
a few hundred more?! The cheapest i can find the 65 inch XD9305 is £2,299.00...thats £800 more!!!
The (ok reburb so taking a chance) KD65X8509C i have gone for is £1100 so a massive £1200 difference.
There is also a massive difference in quality and technology as well, in 2016 it's silly going for an inferior set like the KD65X8509C.
What naff are you talking about?! Yes its a newer set with a few new features but there is not a massive difference between the two. Just take a look on sonys specs pages there really isnt a massive difference apart from the price
If you went into ANY electrical shop and said that, you'd let laughed at so hard, you'd be buying BUSH tellies for the rest of your life.
The difference is like night and day....for starters, I suggest you do some reading up on Proper 10-bit HDR (not emulated firmware from 2015).
It's fine really, as long as you're happy with your purchase then that's what matters to you right :D

The x85 series is a 10bit panel
jonnywells
Sharpharp
jonnywells
Sharpharp
At this price, you'd be insane not to shell out a few more hundred on the XD9305, best LCD out
a few hundred more?! The cheapest i can find the 65 inch XD9305 is £2,299.00...thats £800 more!!!
The (ok reburb so taking a chance) KD65X8509C i have gone for is £1100 so a massive £1200 difference.
There is also a massive difference in quality and technology as well, in 2016 it's silly going for an inferior set like the KD65X8509C.
What naff are you talking about?! Yes its a newer set with a few new features but there is not a massive difference between the two. Just take a look on sonys specs pages there really isnt a massive difference apart from the price

If you went into ANY electrical shop and said that, you'd let laughed at so hard, you'd be buying BUSH tellies for the rest of your life.
The difference is like night and day....for starters, I suggest you do some reading up on Proper 10-bit HDR (not emulated firmware from 2015).

It's fine really, as long as you're happy with your purchase then that's what matters to you right :D
Sharpharp
jonnywells
Sharpharp
At this price, you'd be insane not to shell out a few more hundred on the XD9305, best LCD out
a few hundred more?! The cheapest i can find the 65 inch XD9305 is £2,299.00...thats £800 more!!!
The (ok reburb so taking a chance) KD65X8509C i have gone for is £1100 so a massive £1200 difference.
There is also a massive difference in quality and technology as well, in 2016 it's silly going for an inferior set like the KD65X8509C.

What naff are you talking about?! Yes its a newer set with a few new features but there is not a massive difference between the two. Just take a look on sonys specs pages there really isnt a massive difference apart from the price