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Cambridge audio tv2 soundbase - £119.00 @ Richersounds

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This seems like a good deal. It got a very good review on what hi-fi and trusted reviews and that was at the higher price. There is a v2 out now hence the reduction in price. But seems like a good…
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They didn't have any in Nottingham when I was looking a few weeks ago - good price if you can find it. TV 5 is on a good offer too.

I ended up buying Canton DM55 for £250. Quite a bit more, but better sound.
Anybody got one
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YAMAHA YHT1810 (5.1 Receiver inc. Speakers) £199.95 @ Richer Sounds

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RRP £349 Sale Price £249 VIP exclusive price of £199.95 Just sign up to the website to become a VIP (not sure if this is required), and order in-store or via phone and mention you have an email adv…
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MaximusRo
No Bluetooth
No DAB.
Does it have a remote?

Yes - Has a remote.
Never felt the need for BT or DAB on any of my receivers before.
No Bluetooth
No DAB.

Does it have a remote?
eyebaws
Daft question possibly.. But I have always wondered this about surround sound.. If you are surrounding your room in speakers.. Surely there is wires running all over your livingroom?
Yes that is true. Part of the challenge is how to hide them!
I have this setup, replaced my LG soundbar and can vouch for it. Cracking sound and clear dialogues. Great deal, I bought a refurb for 210 few months back
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Hisense 65 TV Silver £749.00 @ Richer sounds

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Hisense 65M5500 £749 delivered with 6 years breakdown cover Richer Sounds and note Aviva will cover accidental damage for only an extra £9 a year on existing house and contents insurance (so now tota…
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Great TVs for the money heat added
What the what?! House insurance doesn't cover a telly for accidental damage as standard?!
djdean
no stock voted cold
Are you sure? mine comes tomorrow and it has just allowed me to add another to basket...
no stock voted cold
Its been this price for a while now..
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Hisense 55" 4K TV 55M5500 with 6 year warranty £549.00 @ Richer Sounds (Instore Only)

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As above Not heard of the brand ? These are quality sets at affordable prices compared to others and the warranty speaks for itself. Upsize your TV without having to pay a fortune, with the ama…
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one day I'll treat myself. need a man cave
kekomemo
looks a good set. sadly because of my poxy living room I really only need 40"... could push through to 48" or 49" but really would start to look ridiculous beyond that haha.
hoping some decent smaller sets come down in a price towards spring now
good spot nonetheless :)


When we bought our first 49 incher I thought it looked stupidly large in the room, but after a while you get used to it, and now it actually looks a little small; the chimney breast can take a 60 incher at a guess.

Curved is going to be a fad though, just like 3-D comes back every 20 years. If someone wants that level of "immersion", they will go the VR headset route.
Bristler
Can someone comment on the UI please - do Hisense use Android/variant or is it their own in-house software?
How good & usable is it?
thanks

No first hand knowledge but i think it is their own in house software and app selection from what i can gather seems to be a bit thin (lacking most UK catchup services)
What's the difference between the 3300 & the 5500, is it worth paying the extra £80 for the 5500?
kekomemo
looks a good set. sadly because of my poxy living room I really only need 40"... could push through to 48" or 49" but really would start to look ridiculous beyond that haha.
hoping some decent smaller sets come down in a price towards spring now
good spot nonetheless :)
nonsense, unless you live in a phone box, buy it....now!!
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Yamaha YSTFSW050 subwoofer, £69.00 at Richer Sounds instore/Amazon

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Cheapest it's ever been on Amazon according to Camelcamelcamel, I'm guessing they've priced matched Richer Sounds since it's in their sale. Well reviewed everywhere. I'm off to collect mine from Ri…
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Use this with a quite top-endish Yamaha PianoBlack Micro-system for TV audio. Set at the right level, it gives subtle bass enhancement without sounding artificial. I paid £69 at Richer Sounds.
Chris_kis1
guttediam
Chris_kis1
This is a great sub. I have one in my bedroom but you wont be annoying any neighbors with it. You will need to spend a least 5x this much to annoy the neighbous and at least 10x to have them coming around knocking on your door.
My SVS PB13 Ultra in the lounge gets cranked up when ever my Neighbors want to get in to an Audio battle (_;)
Omg nice piece of KIT;
PB16-Ultra
The ultimate reference standard for bass, PB16-Ultra features a massive 16” Ultra driver with astonishing 8” edge wound voice coil, a stunningly powerful 1,500 watts continuous, 5,000+ watts peak power Sledge amplifier with fully discrete MOSFET output, triple 3.5” front-firing high-flow ports and an innovative subwoofer control and DSP smartphone app with custom presets for precision tuning.
Cris_kis1, what have you got running with this beast/surround set up or separates? Don't know why I'm asking can't justify big bucks grrrrrrrrr Guttediam :(

Yamaha RX-A3030 and Nakamichi AVP Power Amp powering MS Aviano 8 surround speaker package. Sounds Awesome 8)

The PB16 Ultra is new to the SVS range. This supersedes my powerhouse so might be time for an upgrade :{


Sounds like a nice bit of kit oO
I bought this last January for the same price from Richer Sounds, and it gives out a really good sound when coupled with 2 side speakers.

Edited By: avalon50 on Jan 15, 2017 13:25
guttediam
Chris_kis1
This is a great sub. I have one in my bedroom but you wont be annoying any neighbors with it. You will need to spend a least 5x this much to annoy the neighbous and at least 10x to have them coming around knocking on your door.
My SVS PB13 Ultra in the lounge gets cranked up when ever my Neighbors want to get in to an Audio battle (_;)
Omg nice piece of KIT;
PB16-Ultra
The ultimate reference standard for bass, PB16-Ultra features a massive 16” Ultra driver with astonishing 8” edge wound voice coil, a stunningly powerful 1,500 watts continuous, 5,000+ watts peak power Sledge amplifier with fully discrete MOSFET output, triple 3.5” front-firing high-flow ports and an innovative subwoofer control and DSP smartphone app with custom presets for precision tuning.
Cris_kis1, what have you got running with this beast/surround set up or separates? Don't know why I'm asking can't justify big bucks grrrrrrrrr Guttediam :(

Yamaha RX-A3030 and Nakamichi AVP Power Amp powering MS Aviano 8 surround speaker package. Sounds Awesome 8)

The PB16 Ultra is new to the SVS range. This supersedes my powerhouse so might be time for an upgrade :{
i have this which is fab...

http://www.trustedreviews.com/monitor-audio-asb-2-review

And a Yamaha YSP 1000 before that....
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YAMAHA YAS201 Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer Refurbished £69.00 @ Richer Sounds delivered

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These products are described as ex-repair/refurbished. This means an item has been repaired or refurbished, following a customer return. These items still come with a 12 month guarantee and are in goo…
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nice kit , voted hot ..shame hasn't Bluetooth,else I'd be buying
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Sony KD55XD9305BU (2016 flagship) 10 bit HDR Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD 55" LED TV with 6 year guarantee just £1,179.00 price matched at Richer Sounds!

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Posting this as I had previously bought this TV from Richer sounds, but then saw an offer at coop electrical, which Richer Sounds beat retrospectively by £20. Huge drop from the launch price of £2k no…
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Here we go with the OLED comments..
jimmythehill
It's there much difference between this TV and the KD49XD8305BU, apart from the obvious screen size?
55“ are too big and I've been swaying towards the Samsung UE49KS8000, but reviews for the 49" Sony and price seem tempting...
How much is the 49" Sony?
It's there much difference between this TV and the KD49XD8305BU, apart from the obvious screen size?
55“ are too big and I've been swaying towards the Samsung UE49KS8000, but reviews for the 49" Sony and price seem tempting...

Edited By: jimmythehill on Jan 11, 2017 11:41: wrote in error
My 52in philips ambilight led tv is so good i cannot justify wasting money on a new one whatever it is.
stashmoney
Isn't What HiFi owned by Richer Sounds ? Don't think I trust the reviews

Hi,

I wanted to take this opportunity to clarify the comments made on this thread relating to the relationship between Richer Sounds & Audio Partnership.

There is indeed a link between Richer Sounds and Audio Partnership, the makers of Cambridge Audio and Mordaunt Short, with Julian Richer being part owner of Audio Partnership.

This relationship actually brings great benefits to customers of Richer Sounds as we are able to cut out the distributor meaning we can then bring in super cutting edge quality products at fantastic prices (compare our prices in the UK to distributors retail prices on Cambridge Audio products elsewhere in Europe), something which is regularly testified and certainly borne out in numerous hi-fi magazine reviews including What Hi Fi.

There is however no such relationship between Richer Sounds or Audio Partnership and the completely impartial What Hi Fi magazine, other than Richer Sounds regularly advertise in their publication.

I hope this clarifies our position although please do not hesitate to let me know and I will do my best to help.

Many thanks,

John Clayton
Operations Director
Richer Sounds


Edited By: Richer Sounds on Jan 10, 2017 17:03
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Samsung 22" smart wifi Tv with freeview HD tuner £169.00 at Richer Sounds and John Lewis, over £200 elsewhere

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I was looking for a small digital smart tv for our kitchen and found this one so I thought I'd share it with rest of you. It ticks all the boxes I want with wifi, freeview Hd, smart features etc. The
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cjdshaw
I'd say you want 720p on a 22" screen. 5' is a perfectly reasonable viewing distance in a small kitchen at which point SD falls apart, as GurneyFlap said. 1080p is not unreasonable, since you might want to connect a small compute stick to it and come in to 3' occasionally.
Also, remember that 20/20 is normal, not perfect vision. Following my LASIK, I have 20/16 vision in one eye and 20/12 in the other. Some people can resolve detail at a greater distance than others.

sure, if you are going to use it as a monitor then by all means get a 1080p screen as you'll be sitting 2 feet from it, equally if you aren't paying a premium that is great. Otherwise, its a waste of money if you have to pay for it.
I'd say you want 720p on a 22" screen. 5' is a perfectly reasonable viewing distance in a small kitchen at which point SD falls apart, as GurneyFlap said. 1080p is not unreasonable, since you might want to connect a small compute stick to it and come in to 3' occasionally.

Also, remember that 20/20 is normal, not perfect vision. Following my LASIK, I have 20/16 vision in one eye and 20/12 in the other. Some people can resolve detail at a greater distance than others.
GurneyFlap
t3hfunk3r
1080p at 22niches is totally unnecessary. SD resolution would be absolutely fine or at most 720p.

​I have to disagree with you based on experience. I still have one of the first Sharp Aquos 22" flat panel TVs that were made and this is Standard Defenition quality. On programs where there is small writing on the screen, it's impossible to read it no matter what distance you are from the TV. So my counter argument is, that 1080p does make a dramatic difference even on a smaller screen.

well almost every single engineer - including myself and those that understand the below formula - would disagree with you. There is almost no value, none, in having a 1080p display on a 22inch tv if you are sitting more than 3 feet from the tv screen.

https://wikimedia.org/api/rest_v1/media/math/render/svg/8f368cca37d54209a6a371c5c9bdbb43fd4a768b

Viewing Distances Based on Visual Acuity
7.5 Feet Maximum Viewing Distance for NTSC/PAL(720x480/720x576)
3 Feet Maximum Viewing Distance for HDTV(Fully resolved 1080i; 1920 x 1080)

-Viewing Distances based on Visual Acuity: These distances are calculated based on the resolving power of the human eye (reference), or visual acuity. The human eye with 20/20 vision can detect or resolve details as small as 1/60th of a degree of arc. These distances represent the point beyond which some of the detail in the picture is no longer able to be resolved and "blends" with adjacent detail.


Edited By: t3hfunk3r on Jan 07, 2017 16:54
cjdshaw
You could get a 21"/24" monitor and a Roku stick for much less than this. You'd miss out on Freeview, but iPlayer, All4 etc give you live channels. My experience with "smart TVs", is that they have a narrower app range than Roku, Fire Stick, Apple TV so for example, you get no NowTV with this. After a year or so, the manufacturer abandons the platform meaning you need to replace the TV to stay up to date with new services. You'd be much better buying a dumb TV and a cheap external box that can be replaced every few years with a faster and more capable one
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I was going to post the exact same thing.
You could get a 21"/24" monitor and a Roku stick for much less than this. You'd miss out on Freeview, but iPlayer, All4 etc give you live channels. My experience with "smart TVs", is that they have a narrower app range than Roku, Fire Stick, Apple TV so for example, you get no NowTV with this. After a year or so, the manufacturer abandons the platform meaning you need to replace the TV to stay up to date with new services. You'd be much better buying a dumb TV and a cheap external box that can be replaced every few years with a faster and more capable one

Edited By: cjdshaw on Jan 07, 2017 10:50
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Samsung UE48JS9000 £799.00 @ Richer sounds

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Decent price now I think. SAMSUNG UE48JS9000 48 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV Freeview HD freesat HD £799 WERE £999 from 24.10.2016 £899 from 22.12.2016 SAVE £200 6 Year…
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Good price.
The clueless people who voted cold on this, any thoughts you have on deals in future, for the rest of your life - just keep them to yourself.
Dealhunter2k12
jdpwest
This is a 2015 model TV and the 2016 Samsungs were a step ahead of these ones.


Wrong. The 2016 (KS) models are a downgrade, no 3D, poorer picture quality and motion issues. The 2015 JS models are the best Samsung TV's out at the moment. Search google for further information or AVForums.


Wrong full HDR 10 bit pro only came out 2016 . Do these 2015 have it? Who wants 3D? It's crap, glad they got rid of it. Curve will be the next to go.
balluji
jdpwest
umirza85
jdpwest
Dealhunter2k12
jdpwest
This is a 2015 model TV and the 2016 Samsungs were a step ahead of these ones.
Wrong. The 2016 (KS) models are a downgrade, no 3D, poorer picture quality and motion issues. The 2015 JS models are the best Samsung TV's out at the moment. Search google for further information or AVForums.
yes have used google and seen the reviews and KS model comes out higher. I dont think the lack of 3D is a big loss in the 2016 range given that Sky and others have dropped the format as have most TV manufacturers.
They havent dropped it, they've just moved it up to the more expensive sets.
Samsung have dropped 3D from all of their 2016 models
​2017 models are all to drop colour... overrated
yep sepia is the new black.
jdpwest
umirza85
jdpwest
Dealhunter2k12
jdpwest
This is a 2015 model TV and the 2016 Samsungs were a step ahead of these ones.
Wrong. The 2016 (KS) models are a downgrade, no 3D, poorer picture quality and motion issues. The 2015 JS models are the best Samsung TV's out at the moment. Search google for further information or AVForums.
yes have used google and seen the reviews and KS model comes out higher. I dont think the lack of 3D is a big loss in the 2016 range given that Sky and others have dropped the format as have most TV manufacturers.
They havent dropped it, they've just moved it up to the more expensive sets.

Samsung have dropped 3D from all of their 2016 models


​2017 models are all to drop colour... overrated
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Cambridge Audio Minx Go (Refurb) - £49.95 @ Richer Sounds

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Picked one up in Southampton yesterday Speaker is a few years old but still for the money one of the best around also available in white Product of the year award 2013 from What HiFi http://ww…
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Decent price. The 'Go' released the year after is also discounted. It benefits from APTX but is £40 more expensive.

I don't know how they sound. I was impressed with the yoyo range, but then they are the latest and greatest. What HIFI seems to give nearly every bluetooth speaker 5 stars. I think they need to be harsher in their marking.

I should add that I've tried the Bose Soundlink Mini, UE Magaboon, Panasonic All05, and a bunch of other battery powered bluetooth speakers. The Go is the best I've heard so far. It sounds clear without being harsh, has depth without sounding muddled like the Bose. It does lack a little weight in the low end, but then all portable bluetooth speakers do.

Edited By: mikedefieslife on Jan 08, 2017 15:25: Further info
Great sound for such a small speaker
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DENON SYS2020 5.1 surround speakers - £174.99 (down from £299.99) with richer sound price promise! (£179.99 @ superfi).

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These speakers are excellent and now reduced to £199.99 @ richer sounds. However superfi have them @ £179.99 so RS will beat the price by £5 :). Excellent price for this set imo! Superfi deal if…
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Babbler
Did anyone buy these? Just interested in opinion :)

Same here.
Did anyone buy these? Just interested in opinion :)
Babbler
roadie
These remind me exactly of the Boston Acoustics Soundware XS.
Is the subwoofer passive or active?
The Bostons are decent.
Active


Thanks buddy
Indeed. Just trying to mitigate someone coming on here asking "how do these perform with music?" ;)

carefulbuyer
RabbiDreed
I agree it's a great deal. Heat added.
My only reservation is clarity across frequencies. With only a single driver per satellite these will be excellent for effects on surround sound, but audiophiles (not me!) will not enjoy music via these.
Again, for visually discrete surround sound, it's a cracker. Just don't buy blind (deaf?) if you are after music as an equal or greater use of these. Always go and hear them, for which Richer Sounds are unmatched (if you like lollipops and icepops in summer :p)!
​they aren't for audiophiles ... they are surround speakers !??!
roadie
These remind me exactly of the Boston Acoustics Soundware XS.
Is the subwoofer passive or active?
The Bostons are decent.
Active

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SAMSUNG SUHD UE48JS9000 48 inch Curved 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV - £899.00 @ Richer Sounds

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Cheapest price I could find for this 9 series curved 48" Active 3D SUHD Tv.
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AceRimmer15
Have a little heat just to make up for the unreasonable cold votes... ;)
My tv is on the fritz, just as my Richer sounds 5 year warranty has ran out, typical. I was hoping to wait until a decent OLED was around £1k, so I'm not sure I want to spend £899 on a stop gap tv, but this is no doubt a very decent set. I'm going to pay Richer sounds a visit soon and see what they have for a bit less (I'm thinking the LG 43UH661V they have on offer) Don't buy my tv's from anywhere else these days.
Hold out till March if you can there should be further reductions on 2015/2016 models to make way for the 2017 range.


I'd happily wait another year if needed. Unfortunately my TV is producing a loud crackling sound that drives me mad to the point I haven't been watching it much. I'm sure it will blow up soon.
AceRimmer15
Have a little heat just to make up for the unreasonable cold votes... ;)
My tv is on the fritz, just as my Richer sounds 5 year warranty has ran out, typical. I was hoping to wait until a decent OLED was around £1k, so I'm not sure I want to spend £899 on a stop gap tv, but this is no doubt a very decent set. I'm going to pay Richer sounds a visit soon and see what they have for a bit less (I'm thinking the LG 43UH661V they have on offer) Don't buy my tv's from anywhere else these days.

Hold out till March if you can there should be further reductions on 2015/2016 models to make way for the 2017 range.
Have a little heat just to make up for the unreasonable cold votes... ;)


My tv is on the fritz, just as my Richer sounds 5 year warranty has ran out, typical. I was hoping to wait until a decent OLED was around £1k, so I'm not sure I want to spend £899 on a stop gap tv, but this is no doubt a very decent set. I'm going to pay Richer sounds a visit soon and see what they have for a bit less (I'm thinking the LG 43UH661V they have on offer) Don't buy my tv's from anywhere else these days.


Edited By: AceRimmer15 on Jan 04, 2017 11:01
Expect to pay £899 for LG oled tv by end of the year. I see people struggling to offload their TV's less then a year old come black friday.
Why on earth is this cold?! This is a 4k panel with excellent contrast, brightness, colour accuracy and latency. Also, it's true 10-bit, something I've not seen for less than a grand so far. If it was just a little bit bigger and not curved, I'd be all over this!

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Yamaha YAS105BLB Soundbar with Dual Built-in Subwoofers (Black) was £169 now £149.00 @ Richersounds (Instore Only)

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This is a soundbar that will add to interior whether placed on a shelf or mounted on a wall. By providing surround sound it opens possibilities for audio enjoyment. Whether on a flat surface or on a w…
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http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/yamaha-yas105-soundbar-99-amazon-uk-was-189-yesterday-2384311
This was the old deal, maybe worth holding out until it's less than £100 again?

Not sure they're still producing these. The 106 is available in the US which is the same thing just with HDMI inputs. I asked Yamaha and they said they have no plans to release in the EU but with everyone only having a couple of units left it's probably coming soon.

Bought mine at Xmas for £170, needed a soundbar without a subwoofer to avoid annoying neighbors and i'm more than happy. I'm not an audiophile though.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/yamaha-yas105-soundbar-99-amazon-uk-was-189-yesterday-2384311

This was the old deal, maybe worth holding out until it's less than £100 again?
I can vouch for this sound bar. Luckily picked mine up sub £100 on an Amazon deal, but it is very good. Well worth £150. Heat!
I purchased one of these a while back. Still love it !!
i got one from amazon warehouse 20pc off for around 95 quid. great for music and clear dialogue on netflix. surround sound effects lacking though but a great soundbar for sure.
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Sony Bravia 55XD8005 £749.00 6 years guarantee @ richersounds - instore only deal

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Sony Bravia 55XD8005 4k hdr 6 year guarantee. Instore buy
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cold not QLED

old tech
Just went to buy the tv I decided on: LG49UH770V from richer sounds and since yesterday it's gone up another £50. Never mind :/ I was a day late .

Edited By: stevenmb88 on Jan 04, 2017 14:52: Spelling
Do not forget that Sony let lots of its customers down after YouTube and similar apps stop working forever! We ended up with a giant dumb monitor...
It's not really unfair - they have these bricks and mortar stores that they obviously want to drive traffic to, they know full well that it will upset some people who buy online (and yes, I'm one of them) but I may go into the store on a whim and if the deal wasn't there I might just come out with something else. I'm sure it's a calculated risk on their part rather than an oversight or deliberate nuisance.
I would not get out of bed for anything less than 60 inch.
Heat :-)
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SAMSUNG UE55KS8000 & free UBDK8500 4K player - £1,299.00 @ Richer Sounds

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Get this highly rated 10 bit 4K tv for 1299.00 Use code Sale50 to get £50 off
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crazy_b
Anyone who buys this deal I will buy the player off them. £130 through Paypal. So £1170 for this tv


Do u still want to buy the blu ray player
steb9780
hmmm got a 55ks7000 on back order at RS for £899 don't know whether to change it to this, as i was going to buy a player too. Next screen up in the range for not much more money.


If you prefer better sound quality, better stand, better looking edge and probably slightly better picture for a few £100 more I would buy this one. Compare the speakers on the 2. Best speakers on a Samsung I have had yet.
steb9780
hmmm got a 55ks7000 on back order at RS for £899 don't know whether to change it to this, as i was going to buy a player too. Next screen up in the range for not much more money.


The KS7000 should be £849 at RS.
Basically the KS8000 is £300 more (if you factor in the free £200 4K Blu ray player), which is probably difficult to justify based on performance. You do get 3 free 4K films (£60-£75), a much smaller stand footprint as the KS7000 has feet at either end (OK if you wall mount, but won't fit my cabinet) AND the build quality is better - the KS7000's back has a tendency to separate as the double sided sticky tape holding it together (I kid you not) heats up. Check out the reviews online - the difference in picture is minimal. The 49" KS8000 gets product of the year in WhatHifi magazine, but the 55" KS7000 is the best value TV you can get at the moment.

Edited By: LazyDonkey on Jan 02, 2017 09:55: *
hmmm got a 55ks7000 on back order at RS for £899 don't know whether to change it to this, as i was going to buy a player too. Next screen up in the range for not much more money.
I've reserved a ks7000 at John Lewis for £849, wondering if this is worth the extra money
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LG 43 " 4K UHD TV at Richer Sounds for £429.00

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available at Richer Sounds. Just bought one and it has a lot of extras. It's a mid level TV and all of the reviews I have seen are very good. Much better than some of the John Lewis deals being posted…
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hesproic
mkara
​How's the picture quality? In store the 43UH661V compared to the Samsung 6000, the LG looked a bit washed and not as bright. From what I've read, in possibly needs a lot of tweaking to get it right.
I paid £352 for the 43UH661V but contemplating returning it and getting a Sammy or maybe a projector, especially with the whole issue about picture quality not being on par and RGBW with LG's.

I don't think you can judge a TV by how it looks in the showroom as they will be usually running in a demo mode designed to look good under the fluorescent lights.

I'm no expert when it comes to picture quality but it seems fine to me even when upscaling SD pictures. I've only had the set a couple of days so haven't had chance to play around with the picture settings but there are some recommendations in the Amazon reviews: https://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B01EBE4HEU/ref=cm_cr_dp_see_all_btm?ie=UTF8&reviewerType=all_reviews&showViewpoints=1&sortBy=recent




​No, it wasn't running a demo, they were showing sky in richer sounds and I asked tho see different channels. Overall the Sammy 6000 did look better, plus I like the fact that with Samsung remote app is so simple and connects with all Samsungs. LG's remote is useless! Think Iay just get a projector, wasn't fussed about 4k initially due to what I'll be using it for for which full HD is fine, but I like the idea of upscaling. Although, I prefer a bigger picture.
hesproic
From what I can tell
1) Different stands
2) 610v has Freeview. 661v/668v has Freeview and Freesat
3) 610v doesn't have Bluetooth to connect a wireless speaker/soundbar
4) 610v has one USB2 port. 661v/668v has USB2 and USB3.
Thanks for that.
Not really fussed with stand as the tV will be going up a wall
Do you think JL is still a good buy. It's around my maximum budget so I am leaning towards that. Plus the 5 year warranty. No idea what to get lol

From what I can tell
1) Different stands
2) 610v has Freeview. 661v/668v has Freeview and Freesat
3) 610v doesn't have Bluetooth to connect a wireless speaker/soundbar
4) 610v has one USB2 port. 661v/668v has USB2 and USB3.
mkara
​How's the picture quality? In store the 43UH661V compared to the Samsung 6000, the LG looked a bit washed and not as bright. From what I've read, in possibly needs a lot of tweaking to get it right.
I paid £352 for the 43UH661V but contemplating returning it and getting a Sammy or maybe a projector, especially with the whole issue about picture quality not being on par and RGBW with LG's.

I don't think you can judge a TV by how it looks in the showroom as they will be usually running in a demo mode designed to look good under the fluorescent lights.

I'm no expert when it comes to picture quality but it seems fine to me even when upscaling SD pictures. I've only had the set a couple of days so haven't had chance to play around with the picture settings but there are some recommendations in the Amazon reviews: https://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B01EBE4HEU/ref=cm_cr_dp_see_all_btm?ie=UTF8&reviewerType=all_reviews&showViewpoints=1&sortBy=recent
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Onkyo TX-NR656 Dolby Atmos AV Receiver £389.00 @ RicherSounds

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Onkyo AVR! £10 cheaper than before!! Also available at Peter Tyson if that's what you prefer. Cheers
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Fantastic brand, don't be put off by negative comments. I'm on my 2nd amp and never had one thing go wrong.
simonmcnair
I've had a few onkyo devices in the past as they were a good price and spec..... Next time good judgement will pay a part. I won't buy Onkyo again.


?????

My onkyo has never let me down...
DAZZ2000
LOUGHBORO GUY
Looks good but needs Susanna Reid on it !
She came with it .....literally :p
Like munching minchin
LOUGHBORO GUY
Looks good but needs Susanna Reid on it !

She came with it .....literally :p
Crossy
Denon AVRX-2300 at this price is the better amp. Good deal if you like Onkyo though.


Is still £399.99 though. Id pay the extra though for the ports being more advanced and audessey is better than Onkyo's mic setup!
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SONY BRAVIA KD55XD9305BU Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD 10 bit HDR 55" LED TV with 5 year guarantee £1,249 with code at Currys (plus possible 11% quidco) or price match at Richer Sounds/JL £1,249.00

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Energy is B rating. Is this significant?
tonygoing1965
If you work for Sony they can be brought for £400 shows how much the shops add to prices
Having bought and sold TV's in the distant past, buying directly from Sony, I can assure readers that the typical profit a dealer could make might be 15 to 20% and it's probably less now as I'm fortunate enough to have exited that trade 15 years ago. I'm afraid your comment is totally untrue unless I've woken up in an alternative reality where TV shops make a fortune (hint, they don't - that's why most have closed down)

However, it's conceivable that staff working at Sony might get a very decent deal to encourage them to use and promote Sony products. That's a very different thing to shops making huge profits.



Edited By: spannerzone on Dec 30, 2016 23:11
N1Andy
Max Damage
mikeydalby
ces starts on 4th of Jan where the next generation of TVs will be announced.... I'd wait till then if you can
And the next set of very high RRPs. I got a Panasonic 55CX802b for £999 this year when they were selling them off ready for the new sets. In my view until OLED comes down significantly the top end LED's are good enough for most people
If you are coming from LED to a better LED set then I'd agree with you. The problem for a few, including myself, is that we're coming from plasma and I have yet to see an LED set that even comes close in terms of colour, blacks, and motion handling. I keep looking as I'm beguiled by the 4k and HDR, but it's one disappointment after another..........which is really disappointing when LED has advanced so little over the last few years.
It's still a travesty that plasma was killed off the way it was, and idiot consumers that look at feature lists over performance are to blame - almost every feature you see listed on a LED set is to overcome a problem that plasma just didn't have to start with.......oh, and I never have to turn my heating on whilst the TV is on! :D

I replaced my old Panasonic Plasma with it. More than happy with the TV. OLED still has issues but plasmas were expensive and damned heavy. I think their cost sealed their fate

As for LEDs I think for the average viewer they give a great picture

Edited By: Max Damage on Dec 30, 2016 21:19
paulwhitehead66
tonygoing1965
If you work for Sony they can be brought for £400 shows how much the shops add to prices
​ anyone here work for Sony, I will give you £500

I'm sure it's a load of rubbish. Staff discounts aren't THAT generous.
Blimey are the plasma grannies still about!
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A bit muddy and too much bass for my taste. I believe the akg k181 were better but I don't think they make them now.
I'm by no means an audiophile, but I've had a few AKG and they sound great. Even these will be superior to the over hyped beats.
Nice, I bought a pair of the k81s before Christmas for slightly more than this. Someone can correct me if I'm wrong but they look practically identical and I think are just the slightly older model. If these are newer and of at least the same quality they are a steal at the price.
Worth spending the extra £15 to get the K451 though I reckon.
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Denon HEOS HOMECINEMA Soundbar £299.00 @ Richersounds

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£80 cheaper than everywhere else and including 6 years warranty!
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I saw this yesterday on the website and bought it this morning. None in the Watford store but they have them in the warehouse. Getting mine tomorrow with free next day delivery.
It's been at this price for a while and totally worth it.
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EPSON EHTW5300White 3D LCD Projector 1080p £429.00 Richer Sounds

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Has anyone played 3d still photos (*.mpo files, such as from the Fujifilm W3) through a projector? I can't find any information about this.
It doesn't matter if you choose LCD or DLP as you will still have a much better time than viewing on a television.

I can only notice the rainbow effect by moving my head like a lunatic from side to side but I never see it playing games or watching movies.

Also If your not picky about the projector screen and need it for different rooms or the garden the pull up versions are great
jossh78
Julan
are these projectors ok for everyday use or best for movies and sports only?
As long as you can control the light coming into the room, blackout blinds or curtains then you can although I use mine mainly for Movies, Sports and Gaming


As this is an LCD and potentially suffers from blacks being 'washed out' (I'm hoping this is a lot of fuss about not very much - I'm not an audio/video perfectionist!), been reading about having a small 25w ambient light in the room, which helps apparently.

Also, found this just this afternoon (getting ready to set mine up!)...something about an hdmi video range setting needs to match or be selected on display - Nvidia cards in PCs prone to not choosing the correct setting apparently?. Like I said, not set mine up yet, so don't know if it's an issue, but seemed useful just in case!

https://files.support.epson.com/docid/cpd4/cpd43312/index.html - search 'video range', choose input signal setting from left.
I got this from Richer Sounds a few weeks back, but still waiting for my PS4, so haven't used it yet. It seems like a genuine reduction, as I had been looking at this for awhile around the £529-£550 mark. I had an Acer before and did notice the 'rainbow effect', which is why I went for this. People advise to test them for yourself, but unfortunately, this is not really practical. Shame, as I was tempted by the BenQ, as it is well reviewed.

I also chose to take the 6 year warranty from RS for £43 (none refundable like other items though), which I was quite pleased with.
Julan
are these projectors ok for everyday use or best for movies and sports only?
As long as you can control the light coming into the room, blackout blinds or curtains then you can although I use mine mainly for Movies, Sports and Gaming
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RHA MA750i - Noise Isolating In Ear Headphones with 3 Year Warranty £69.95 @ Richer Sounds

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Great earphones
very seldom on offer this brand. they dont even seem to see the usual daily pennies fluctuation in amazon pricing which impacts almost everything.

coincidentally ive just used the 3 year warranty on a pair of T10i headphones. completed the warranty form around 3pm on 22nd december, a coupke of emails back and forth to confirm shipping details, and a new boxed retail pack replacement pair was received in the post on christmas eve. I have to send back the faulty pair but only after receiving a working pair so im not without headphones.

Previously i emailed RHA to ask where i could buy repalcement ear buds as i wasnt sure what size would replace their own ones and, as they werent selling the ear foams on their own at that point in time, they sent me half a dozen packs of the style and size earphone i preferred free of charge.

my T10i replaced a pair of shure 435s. i never felt the T10is were *quite* as good as the 435s but they do cost a hundred quid less. i had a good (but much slower) experience with shure and had 2 warranty replacements on the 435s, but then , at work, someone knocked them off of my desk and rolled their chair over one of the earpieces crushing the polycarbonate ear canal. This was why i went for the stainless steel T10is in the end...i was so tempted to step up to the shure 500 range inears but i just couldnt justify carrying around 350 quids worth of earphone in my pocket, especially as they has been fairly fragile.

This brands sound reproduction is neautral but excellent. Note that RHA headphone sound quality doesnt seem great initially, certainly on the higher end ones, they need a few hours (40) of running in before they really reach their peak sound quality.

Edited By: Regprentice on Dec 27, 2016 07:18: keep my rambling to the lower part of the comment.
I owned the RHA-CA200 and the sound quality was excellent. I have never owned a more "in your face" sound quality headphones before. Shame the build quality was terrible and it broke in a year or two. I look forward to buying more RHA products in the future...Maybe if they weren't so overpriced.
GibsonSt19
Although these buds deliver great sound, I found the build quality lacking. Through general office use over the period of 9 months, the cable sheathing split on both sides, then shortly after lost sound in one side.
I bought them, naïvely, from a seller called geekanoids on Amazon, who gave water item the title 'RHA MA750i Noise Isolating In-Ear Headphone with remote and microphone - 3 year warranty'.
RHA didn't want to know (as seller was not RHA approved), geekanoids continued to point me towards RHA and insisted that it was amazon's fault the item title stated it had a 3 year warranty, even though that only applied to approved RHA resellers.
I spent far too much time trying to get the matter sorted, but gave up, as none of the parties admitted responsibility.
Hope you loved my story! :D

Thanks for the info, from what I've read the cable does seem to be vulnerable at one particular point which is disappointing but with a 3 year warranty I can live with it. Looks like richer sounds is on the approved seller list on their site though https://www.rha-audio.com/uk/retailers
Why cold
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Denon AVR-X2300W 7.2Ch Network AV Receiver with Dolby Atmos - £374.00 at Richer Sounds (via phone order)

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rev6
I am not saying people wouldn't be happy buying a cheap AV, I am talking about a future purchase. Just because a demo sounds good doesn't mean in the future you won't maybe add 2 extra speakers, or buy new ones. I am only adding to your "should I buy a cheap AV" info, not competing against it.

Na i get it mate, i think we're in agreement definitely. I just think some buyers could get a bit fixated on power output as an indication of a good or bad purchase - when in reality it's probably something that should be low on their list of priorities. Unless of course you got a big room for this and you're going all out :)

One day... ONE DAY... I will convince my wife to let me convert our garage into a cinema room.

Edited By: spritey on Dec 30, 2016 10:19
spritey
rev6
Yeah I see now, I missed that.
You were talking about the negatives of spending less, which is around £200, £300, not £399. I am saying if you do buy a cheap AV, you might need to upgrade it when you upgrade speakers, as we all get that upgrade bug. The X1300 to the X2300 for example is 70W difference which is quite substantial. The X2300 and X3300 are the same though.
I think any issue with power output is likely to be identified with a demo, whack it up and see how comfortable you are with the sound levels. Given the typical sized living room in the U.K, i'd imagine most will be fine from an output perspective with even a £200-£300 AV Receiver.

I am not saying people wouldn't be happy buying a cheap AV, I am talking about a future purchase. Just because a demo sounds good doesn't mean in the future you won't maybe add 2 extra speakers, or buy new ones. I am only adding to your "should I buy a cheap AV" info, not competing against it.


Edited By: rev6 on Dec 30, 2016 10:19
rev6
Yeah I see now, I missed that.
You were talking about the negatives of spending less, which is around £200, £300, not £399. I am saying if you do buy a cheap AV, you might need to upgrade it when you upgrade speakers, as we all get that upgrade bug. The X1300 to the X2300 for example is 70W difference which is quite substantial. The X2300 and X3300 are the same though.

I think any issue with power output is likely to be identified with a demo, whack it up and see how comfortable you are with the sound levels. Given the typical sized living room in the U.K, i'd imagine most will be fine from an output perspective with even a £200-£300 AV Receiver.
spritey
rev6
You forgot less power for the speakers, not that at that price you'd be too worried. It just means the next speaker upgrade might also require a new AV.
No i didn't, thats why i said amplification...
£350-£450 range you’re getting those features and above than in cost you’re typically only getting more zones, amplification and perhaps THX cert

Again, this goes back to the original question though. Your living room size, i would argue that a £399 AV Receiver is going to be more than adequate for most people. I've had a pretty good living room size - i've never needed anything close to what my AV Receiver is rated at. A £200-£300 AV Receiver from an output perspective would also be the same, just lacks the features i want / need. Despite any advice people get on the internet about AV Receivers or Speakers, they should go demo them.

Yeah I see now, I missed that.

You were talking about the negatives of spending less, which is around £200, £300, not £399. I am saying if you do buy a cheap AV, you might need to upgrade it when you upgrade speakers, as we all get that upgrade bug. The X1300 to the X2300 for example is 70W difference which is quite substantial. The X2300 and X3300 are the same though.

Edited By: rev6 on Dec 30, 2016 10:07
rev6
You forgot less power for the speakers, not that at that price you'd be too worried. It just means the next speaker upgrade might also require a new AV.

No i didn't, thats why i said amplification...

£350-£450 range you’re getting those features and above than in cost you’re typically only getting more zones, amplification and perhaps THX cert


Again, this goes back to the original question though. Your living room size, i would argue that a £399 AV Receiver is going to be more than adequate for most people. I've had a pretty good living room size - i've never needed anything close to what my AV Receiver is rated at. A £200-£300 AV Receiver from an output perspective would also be the same, just lacks the features i want / need. Despite any advice people get on the internet about AV Receivers or Speakers, they should go demo them.

Edited By: spritey on Dec 30, 2016 09:56
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SONY PSHX500 - Black High Resolution USB Turntable Now £299.00 (inc. Free Delivery) @ Richer Sounds RRP £399

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It's back again, I was going to take the plunge before Christmas but didn't and the price went up again, now it's back down to £299. 5 stars in what hi-fi and some excellent reviews on the web.
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does this play spotify?
Standard price
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samsung ue40ku6000 4k ultra with 6 year warranty £349.00 @ Richer sounds

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manbearpig
Why are so many people jizzing their pants over this, when it's not even a real deal?


like you lg deal that got minus 50
manbearpig
Why are so many people jizzing their pants over this, when it's not even a real deal?

Its 60 quid cheaper than jlewis if you use discount voucher plus extra year warranty!
I think that's what this site is about is it not .Yes its in store only but they had plenty distributed ready for boxing day.If all gone now it kind of confirms it was a real deal.
Why are so many people jizzing their pants over this, when it's not even a real deal?
bunisjamin
Do you think John Lewis would price match?

No tried price match to pick one up on Xmas eve when I received email from Richer.Its a in store collection only hence why they would not match ,they did say if you go direct to store they may do a local price match there .I waited in the end and bought on boxing day from richer using the 10 VIP voucher.Staff did say limited numbers were sent to each store so may be worth calling to reserve.
Bargain 4 k set for 339..
If it's in store only - make it clear. It's not online.
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ONKYO TX-NR656 Black Atmos AV Receiver £399 @ Richer Sounds £389.00

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Another £10 been taken off it today !! Down to £389 now

I have amended the original post
Well I have just completed setting up my new receiver, it took me just under 2 hours, I have a severe back problem which limits my mobility, so would take most able bodied people around 30-45 minutes I guess

The time it took me to setup included wiring in all the different speakers, sub woofer and re-programming my Harmony Touch remote control too

First impressions were wow this is way louder and dynamic than my last amp (Sony), I tried it out with my satellite receiver, playstation 4, built in media center and some different music genre examples

I must say I am over the moon with it, it's everything I hoped it would be and more
John Mason
dunker
I will replace the HARMAN KARDON AVR 255 it will be fits for Speakers KEF Kef 2005.3 ?
I run a 747 into the same speakers and the sound is stunning. You will be very pleased with a 656 I'm sure.
thanks ordered
mine just arrived delivered by DPD, will wait until the wife and kids are away shopping and try this thing out
databar
Loughboro guy must be on holiday
at a Travelodge with Louise Minchin
Yes just back me Louise and Carol Kirkwood amazing time
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PANASONIC VIERA TX50DX700B £599.00 @ Richer sounds

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algie42
We have used one of these since a week before Christmas and it has delivered on all fronts so far.
Blu-ray upscaling from a fairly basic LG player is really something.
Online content (not used wi-fi yet) streamed through ethernet using power LAN adapters is good. 4K content through Netflix is well worth the couple of quid extra and this TV handles things superbly.
Free play HD channels are top notch and even SD broadcasts are watchable.
Have added a 400gb HDD for Free play recording and a Logitech wireless keyboard for web based applications and surfing.
The Firefox OS interface is really slick and the Netflix button is really quick although I am comparing it to the rather clunky Netflix access through a PS3.
I cannot as yet comment on gaming performance as my PS3 decided to adopt the now infamous YLOD as an early Christmas present.
I would definitely recommend this as at under £600 it takes a lot of beating. We did not buy from Richer Sounds but having bought other hi-fi and home cinema kit from them I see no reason not use them.
Not surprised you see no reason to buy from them - they are highly respected with decent warranties as standard unlike John no price match Lewis and Currys own model number no price match pc world.
afroylnt
bargainhunter666
adam4007
Best advice is go OLED that's all I have to say.
Merry Christmas
Should I get a Porsche or a BMW - what would you advise?
I would advise not asking for advice on cars in a TV thread to start with.
WHoooooshhhhhh - right over the top of your head.....

p.s. the numpty that liked your comment had already agreed that not spending over £380 for a tv so oled obvious a no no so whooosh over their head. kids....

Edited By: bargainhunter666 on Dec 30, 2016 18:00
bargainhunter666
adam4007
Best advice is go OLED that's all I have to say.
Merry Christmas
Should I get a Porsche or a BMW - what would you advise?
I would advise not asking for advice on cars in a TV thread to start with.
We have used one of these since a week before Christmas and it has delivered on all fronts so far.
Blu-ray upscaling from a fairly basic LG player is really something.
Online content (not used wi-fi yet) streamed through ethernet using power LAN adapters is good. 4K content through Netflix is well worth the couple of quid extra and this TV handles things superbly.
Free play HD channels are top notch and even SD broadcasts are watchable.
Have added a 400gb HDD for Free play recording and a Logitech wireless keyboard for web based applications and surfing.
The Firefox OS interface is really slick and the Netflix button is really quick although I am comparing it to the rather clunky Netflix access through a PS3.
I cannot as yet comment on gaming performance as my PS3 decided to adopt the now infamous YLOD as an early Christmas present.
I would definitely recommend this as at under £600 it takes a lot of beating. We did not buy from Richer Sounds but having bought other hi-fi and home cinema kit from them I see no reason not use them.
stevenmb88
Need advice, I cant make my mind up about three TVs. This one or http://m.richersounds.com/#!/product/sams-ue49ku6500
Orhttp://m.richersounds.com/#!/product/lg-49uh770v
I read somewhere on hereabout lg not being true 4K screens because they sacrifice pixels as whites? ( something like that) . Same on this tv?
I liking the Panasonic however I'll mainly be watching standard tv so need the one with the best upscale and least motion blur. Advice will be read and taken under consideration if it's not to biased

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/14b3493

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/55d1483

looking at the spec i`d go for the lg
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BENQ W1070 3D DLP Projector 1080p HD £399.99 @ Richer sounds

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I bought w1070 before i went on 2 weeks holidays and it was delivered in my absence. I love the picture quality but the only issue I am having at the minute is that I am not sure how to connect my bose lifestyle 48 to w1070. Could anyone help please? Previously my tv was connwcted via optical cable and hdmi using bose vs2. however w1070 does not have optical jack.
bob_regis
Keen for some advice, I am after a projector for my office. We have a large waiting room where I want to be able to throw up a screen and use a projector for presentations when the office is shut.
Is this overkill? Are there others that will be better - don't need it for movies! The room is moderately bright. It will be only used for powerpoint/microsoft word.

Yes I would say it is overkill but its also pretty cheap now.
Keen for some advice, I am after a projector for my office. We have a large waiting room where I want to be able to throw up a screen and use a projector for presentations when the office is shut.

Is this overkill? Are there others that will be better - don't need it for movies! The room is moderately bright. It will be only used for powerpoint/microsoft word.
Ps had it replaced and new one is perfect no blur or focus issues
Things I have learnt. Square makes no odds unless it is massively out of square. To test its easy, swivel the mount, the focus does not change to blur. RS said the focus can be an issue with build and I am trying another new one. In addition the bigger the screen the less the left to right blur kicks in. At 160 inches there is next to no blur, from 100 down there is left to right or vice versa blur. Fan noise dont bother me. Cookie dough colour paint makes a big diff to your image, cream wall is best to project onto. A nd2 filter helps a lot for films, the cheap glasses were awesome. If you want your image close to the ceiling make your own mount. No latency on games (omg on rocksmith, racing and witcher). 4k & 8k looks amazing with UHD in dynamic. Its 1080 but I guess its the reverse of rubbish in rubbish out. Rainbows easy to see just blink n spin head lol or if eyes very tired, simple to cure, watch the content and tell yourself its £400 they literally disappear! Custom settings are amazing, out of the box cinema is close. Such an amazing tool Im so happy, and if my new one does not have the focus issue then fantastic. What a purchase!




Edited By: Mrepg on Jan 10, 2017 23:44
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Samsung 40" 4K Smart Ultra HD LED TV £349 or £339.00 if you sign up to vip club @ Richer sounds

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Samsung 40" 4K Smart LED TV UE40KU6000. £339 if you sign up to VIP Club and redeem your £10 off voucher.
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what apps do you get with this please??
AndyRoyd
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AndyRoyd
Crazygooner1
Buy this or pay 100 more for the 6400?? Hmm it'll be for PS4 pro price. Primarily.
What size 6400? Never understood the attraction of 40" 4k cos to view the resolution benefit over FHD you have to sit so close to the TV you'd be kneecapping yourself on the TVs stand!
40 inch. I am pretty close.
I've had to resort to the bedroom and compromise with family for living room to. With a PS4 pro I want to get the most from what I can, within budget of course. LG have a 32 inch HDR 4K monitor releasing shortly. May be worth waiting on?
Monitor applications understood, but a 40" 4k as a TV seems to offer no resolution benefit in the vast majority of domestic typical viewing distances. I attempted to use a 32" screen as a monitor but was overwhelmed; not sure if 4k 32"+ may be more acceptable but would be happy to experiment.
Thanks Andy. I do understand what you're saying. However the position I'm in leaves me with not a lot of choice regarding display size if I want to upgrade and make the most of my pro.
Crazygooner1
AndyRoyd
Crazygooner1
Buy this or pay 100 more for the 6400?? Hmm it'll be for PS4 pro price. Primarily.
What size 6400? Never understood the attraction of 40" 4k cos to view the resolution benefit over FHD you have to sit so close to the TV you'd be kneecapping yourself on the TVs stand!
40 inch. I am pretty close.
I've had to resort to the bedroom and compromise with family for living room to. With a PS4 pro I want to get the most from what I can, within budget of course. LG have a 32 inch HDR 4K monitor releasing shortly. May be worth waiting on?
Monitor applications understood, but a 40" 4k as a TV seems to offer no resolution benefit in the vast majority of domestic typical viewing distances. I attempted to use a 32" screen as a monitor but was overwhelmed; not sure if 4k 32"+ may be more acceptable but would be happy to experiment.
AndyRoyd
Crazygooner1
Buy this or pay 100 more for the 6400?? Hmm it'll be for PS4 pro price. Primarily.
What size 6400? Never understood the attraction of 40" 4k cos to view the resolution benefit over FHD you have to sit so close to the TV you'd be kneecapping yourself on the TVs stand!
40 inch. I am pretty close.

I've had to resort to the bedroom and compromise with family for living room to. With a PS4 pro I want to get the most from what I can, within budget of course. LG have a 32 inch HDR 4K monitor releasing shortly. May be worth waiting on?
Crazygooner1
Buy this or pay 100 more for the 6400?? Hmm it'll be for PS4 pro price. Primarily.
What size 6400? Never understood the attraction of 40" 4k cos to view the resolution benefit over FHD you have to sit so close to the TV you'd be kneecapping yourself on the TVs stand!
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DMac2 at RicherSounds for £49.95

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these are great. work with Samsung S7/S6 & note 4. greatly improve the sounds quality.
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Samsung r1 x 2 starter bundle with 12 months free deezer premium+, £178.00 @ richersounds

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bargain.. 12 months free deezer worth £120 at monthly cost. free 6 yr guarantee for VIP members too! http://www.samsung.com/uk/offer/deezer *Buy this Samsung Wireless Audio 360 speaker package t…
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lack of aux is a bit off putting, how these compare to the new Amazon echo?

Hearing bad things about the app and it being awkward to setup and loses connection?

I don't have a surround speaker to connect it to wanted it for just multi room speakers....these or other ones? Or these and the Amazon dot?

Edited By: Ammo71 on Dec 25, 2016 22:45: Spelling
The app to control these is a bit tempromental especially if you are using wifi repeaters to extend wifi signal. They have 3 versions of the app since I bought it so hopefully will sort out soon. Also haven't worked out how to use plex with these appart from hooking up to tv/soundbar (which doesn't) always work. Read reviews before buying and make sure it's right for your setup
How do these compare to a pair of sonos play 1s
Love Deezer. Great deal!
Ammo71
Are these good speakers?

Yes they're very good.
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VIEWSONIC PRO7827HD 1080P 3D DLP Projector with 6 years warranty @ Richer Sounds £549.00

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GoNz017
my-planet
GoNz017
It's colour wheel, I Would avoid this from my years replacing them when they go faulty. 3 DLP maybe but LCD is better.
This is the cheapest technology for a projector and seems about £250 more than it should be.
​With a 6 year warranty I would be bothered about faults. I'm no expert but don't lcd projectors come with their own problems? Also I don't think there are any decent ones in this price range are there?
Apart from the amount of colour wheels failing the colour reproduction always seemed to be off with colour wheel, I had a lot of questions about red's being more brown than red, and on top of that the majority of home call out's were for LCD, single DLP was never a choice for home cinema, maybe the reviews (I never looked) said LCD was the better quality. Also DLP chips get very hot, that is was caused the faults with DLP chips failing with a massive percentage of screens being covered in dead pixels.
LCD do not give out heat, it only comes from the lamp in LCD ones
And Richer Sounds outsource to the cheapest repair company that can fix with recycled parts where possible, they used us for a while when the last company stopped trading, most parts came off eBay apart from refurbished plasma x&y boards from one company who we were told to use.
I have 2 old single DLP to make one good one from at the moment, one colour wheel fault and 1 DLP failing!

Hi there,

I saw your comments on the thread and wanted to take the opportunity to clarify.

We only ever use authorized manufacturer agents or our own in house engineer for projector repairs and furthermore wherever possible replace parts with official spares too.

Of course on some occasions such parts may be unavailable and on the rare occasion we’re unable to repair a unit under guarantee we would replace it.

I hope this clarifies our position here, should any forum user have a related question on the matter feel free to PM me.

Many Thanks

John Clayton
Operations Director
Richer Sounds


​ Yes I know all about it and I also know cheapest fix possible. we offered various levels of service and you took the cheapest possible option meaning no new parts!
GoNz017
my-planet
GoNz017
It's colour wheel, I Would avoid this from my years replacing them when they go faulty. 3 DLP maybe but LCD is better.
This is the cheapest technology for a projector and seems about £250 more than it should be.
​With a 6 year warranty I would be bothered about faults. I'm no expert but don't lcd projectors come with their own problems? Also I don't think there are any decent ones in this price range are there?
Apart from the amount of colour wheels failing the colour reproduction always seemed to be off with colour wheel, I had a lot of questions about red's being more brown than red, and on top of that the majority of home call out's were for LCD, single DLP was never a choice for home cinema, maybe the reviews (I never looked) said LCD was the better quality. Also DLP chips get very hot, that is was caused the faults with DLP chips failing with a massive percentage of screens being covered in dead pixels.
LCD do not give out heat, it only comes from the lamp in LCD ones
And Richer Sounds outsource to the cheapest repair company that can fix with recycled parts where possible, they used us for a while when the last company stopped trading, most parts came off eBay apart from refurbished plasma x&y boards from one company who we were told to use.
I have 2 old single DLP to make one good one from at the moment, one colour wheel fault and 1 DLP failing!

Hi there,

I saw your comments on the thread and wanted to take the opportunity to clarify.

We only ever use authorized manufacturer agents or our own in house engineer for projector repairs and furthermore wherever possible replace parts with official spares too.

Of course on some occasions such parts may be unavailable and on the rare occasion we’re unable to repair a unit under guarantee we would replace it.

I hope this clarifies our position here, should any forum user have a related question on the matter feel free to PM me.

Many Thanks

John Clayton
Operations Director
Richer Sounds
GoNz017
my-planet
GoNz017
It's colour wheel, I Would avoid this from my years replacing them when they go faulty. 3 DLP maybe but LCD is better.
This is the cheapest technology for a projector and seems about £250 more than it should be.
​With a 6 year warranty I would be bothered about faults. I'm no expert but don't lcd projectors come with their own problems? Also I don't think there are any decent ones in this price range are there?
Apart from the amount of colour wheels failing the colour reproduction always seemed to be off with colour wheel, I had a lot of questions about red's being more brown than red, and on top of that the majority of home call out's were for LCD, single DLP was never a choice for home cinema, maybe the reviews (I never looked) said LCD was the better quality. Also DLP chips get very hot, that is was caused the faults with DLP chips failing with a massive percentage of screens being covered in dead pixels.
LCD do not give out heat, it only comes from the lamp in LCD ones

And Richer Sounds outsource to the cheapest repair company that can fix with recycled parts where possible, they used us for a while when the last company stopped trading, most parts came off eBay apart from refurbished plasma x&y boards from one company who we were told to use.

I have 2 old single DLP to make one good one from at the moment, one colour wheel fault and 1 DLP failing!





​Wow. Thanks for the informative reply. Cheers and merry Xmas.
my-planet
GoNz017
It's colour wheel, I Would avoid this from my years replacing them when they go faulty. 3 DLP maybe but LCD is better.
This is the cheapest technology for a projector and seems about £250 more than it should be.
​With a 6 year warranty I would be bothered about faults. I'm no expert but don't lcd projectors come with their own problems? Also I don't think there are any decent ones in this price range are there?
Apart from the amount of colour wheels failing the colour reproduction always seemed to be off with colour wheel, I had a lot of questions about red's being more brown than red, and on top of that the majority of home call out's were for LCD, single DLP was never a choice for home cinema, maybe the reviews (I never looked) said LCD was the better quality. Also DLP chips get very hot, that is was caused the faults with DLP chips failing with a massive percentage of screens being covered in dead pixels.
LCD do not give out heat, it only comes from the lamp in LCD ones

And Richer Sounds outsource to the cheapest repair company that can fix with recycled parts where possible, they used us for a while when the last company stopped trading, most parts came off eBay apart from refurbished plasma x&y boards from one company who we were told to use.

I have 2 old single DLP to make one good one from at the moment, one colour wheel fault and 1 DLP failing!




Edited By: GoNz017 on Dec 25, 2016 00:39
CampGareth
mango carrot
Out of interest, what makes this better than the BENQ and Optoma models that they have in the sale for a lot less? All offer 1080p and 3D

Vertical lens shift (not keystone, actually moving the physical lenses) and maybe colour accuracy? Though that's always the first thing you change out of the box.


​​​​Plus 6 year warranty, black in colour, nice flap to hide streaming device, nice cable management. I'm still deciding on a model personally, but this looked great for the price.
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JBL BOOST TV Soundbar with Bluetooth, Optical and 3.5mm Connectivity - Black was £169 - £99.00 Richersounds

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had mine since boxing day and im impressed. for £99 its a fair price and this soundbar really boosts your tv sound with more bass and clarity. Its not mind blowing but its what you expect from a small compact soundbar and would recomend
Got one for the kitchen to go with the 27" curved Samsung that was on here last week.

Should be ideal for that situation as I found the rest of the soundbars were massive for kitchen use. I think this will be fine for bedroom/kitchen use, just not the living room when you want something a bit more powerful.

Thanks OP!

edit: works great with the afore mentioned telly (no optical on the tv, so analogue only...)

I personally do not like the "virtual surround" function, too echoey, so that's off for me after much experimentation.

All in all, a great buy, certainly not for the living room though.

Edited By: meherenow on Dec 31, 2016 22:33: info
thetarget
FoSho
Supposedly it's not so good in larger rooms but should be pretty decent for a 32" in a bedroom. I'm tempted but some of the reviews are pretty middling. Don't know if there are any better alternatives for price / size though, soundbars are pretty new to me.

I haven't bought this and I too do not know so much about soundbars. This one is apparently a bit too bass heavy from reviews. Although some people like lots of bass. If convenient, go to a shop and listen to it. Having said that, it will sound different in a store to which room you will be placing it in.


It will also sound different when wife and kids are in the room
FoSho
Supposedly it's not so good in larger rooms but should be pretty decent for a 32" in a bedroom. I'm tempted but some of the reviews are pretty middling. Don't know if there are any better alternatives for price / size though, soundbars are pretty new to me.

I haven't bought this and I too do not know so much about soundbars. This one is apparently a bit too bass heavy from reviews. Although some people like lots of bass. If convenient, go to a shop and listen to it. Having said that, it will sound different in a store to which room you will be placing it in.
Supposedly it's not so good in larger rooms but should be pretty decent for a 32" in a bedroom. I'm tempted but some of the reviews are pretty middling. Don't know if there are any better alternatives for price / size though, soundbars are pretty new to me.
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Price matched John Lewis but with the 6 year guarantee.
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If anyone who ordered from Richer sounds gets them to price match John Lewis can you let me know please. Said they couldn't do it since it's out of stock however John Lewis adjusted the price for existing purchases to price match currys.

Edited By: Hiltron09 on Dec 31, 2016 10:25
Qadir1980
Has this sold out at richer sounds? Can't find the tv on there site

May be oos online. Check your local store.
Has this sold out at richer sounds? Can't find the tv on there site
Hiltron09
markh2001
Not long bought the 49inch model, Richersounds have allowed me to send it back and pay the difference to get the 55inch top company! :)
That's really good. I'd have told you to **** off! :p
Seriously though that is top cs.
Why thanks you b**ch, in all seriousness though I've bought loads from them over the years so they know I'm a good customer. :)
markh2001
Not long bought the 49inch model, Richersounds have allowed me to send it back and pay the difference to get the 55inch top company! :)

That's really good. I'd have told you to **** off! :p

Seriously though that is top cs.
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LG OLED B6 55" TV OLED55B6V with 12mth SkyQ and 6yr warranty £1,799.00 - Richer Sounds

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Great TV, I've had one for a few weeks now purchased from same place. Excellent price, can be had cheaper elsewhere but well worth it at this price for the 6 year warranty!
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bma1445
ezzer72
There's nothing at all wrong with the exceptionally subtle curve on LG TVs, the only people to complain are the ones whose budget is a bit more Polaroid

They're the same price - it has nothing to do with budget!

I don't want a curved TV. If the flat was more expensive than the curved, I'd still buy the flat. Just my opinion - I think curved TVs look stupid.


Same. Don't like curved TVs, plus I wall mount. Thankfully manufactures identified that most customers prefer flat and reduced heavily their curved TVs this year, next year they're expected to have even less.
Price point now at £1749 so no longer a buy at RS other than getting them to PM for extra year warranty...bottom line watch this space I view of new line imminent in2017 as acknowledged yesterday by Currys staff.
bilalha123
the e6 is too expensive but the c6 is still an objectively better tv.

Also, the E6 has that shockingly looking soundbar attached to it too.


Edited By: ackblom on Dec 26, 2016 13:04
mamil1967
Having compared the specs on the LG web site I can't see any differance in processor or os. Only physical size, obviously, with the C6 only having 3 HDMI ports while the B6 having 4, which is a key point for me, and the 3D. Although it's passive 3D so another - for me IMHO. B6 is my preference. If the E6 was anywhere near affordable I'd be in for that but there I'd never going to be an ideal time to buy so will just have to take the plunge sometimes. http://www.lg.com/uk/lgcompf4/compare/compare.lg?category=/uk/tvs


The c6 has a better cpu, it's evident when you compare input lag.
Response time on c6 is noticeably less.
C6 and e6 have same cpu but for some reason the b6 is less powerful.

It won't matter to you unless the tv is going to be used for gaming.

The c6 has 3d whereas b6 doesn't, I personally think it's a gimmick but it's still worth noting.

I personally prefer the b6 because I think curved tv's look stupid when wall mounted and the e6 is too expensive but the c6 is still an objectively better tv.
Having compared the specs on the LG web site I can't see any differance in processor or os. Only physical size, obviously, with the C6 only having 3 HDMI ports while the B6 having 4, which is a key point for me, and the 3D. Although it's passive 3D so another - for me IMHO. B6 is my preference. If the E6 was anywhere near affordable I'd be in for that but there I'd never going to be an ideal time to buy so will just have to take the plunge sometimes.

http://www.lg.com/uk/lgcompf4/compare/compare.lg?category=/uk/tvs

Edited By: mamil1967 on Dec 25, 2016 19:41: Corrected typo and included link