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Yamaha ns sw300 subwoofer - £179.00 @PeterTyson

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Here is yamaha subwoofer. Brilliant quality and price. Above 230 elsewhere. Amazon deal is over now. edited the link. http://petertyson.co.uk/index.php/yamaha-ns-sw300-subwoofer.html
DISH1982 Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago10 Comments
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In need of a descent sub soon. A good price for the Yam so hot.
I used to buy BK components years ago but never speakers. A phone call to BK said they don't supply to the trade but also didn't have any sound rooms within their premises. This was a little disappointing as I can only go on word of mouth despite living very close to them.

Edited By: modelman on Sep 20, 2016 17:10
Interestingly (or not), I have a Yamaha YST-SW800 which was an absolute monster (18Hz), until it stopped working. Took it to an Amplifier repair shop and he fitted some new bits but they blew straight away, appears to be a serious design flaw in it.

Anyhow the guy recommended buying a new "Back Plane" amplifier from BK, to replace the Yamaha one, I think the board costs about £160 but it's what I'm gonna do when I get time.
Not a lot of reviews for these. I have the smaller version (ns sw200), paid £129. Have to say it's great and produces a sound that belies its size. Wanted a sub that sounded good with music and film whilst being unobtrusive (keeps the wife happy!).
Build quality is excellent and a nice bonus is the trigger link to my receiver which powers it up/down in unison with the amp.
Did look at this one but was a little large for my needs. Good price though.
I'd third it, lol. I bought a BK Gemini in wood finish of a forum for this price. it replace a pioneer speak set subwoofer and it is perfect. British made in Southend I believe. I would spend the extra if you can, but yes this is a good deal as I was looking at this as an alternative.
I'd second BK subs too although this is the cheapest price if you actually want one of these anyway
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Yamaha NBX 150 Bluetooth speaker At Costco £102.00

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Sorry about the poor description / post. First attempt with the mobile app From Yamaha's website: Yamaha’s NX-B150 is an interior-oriented Bluetooth®-enabled wireless sound system that not onl…
Zain Avatar1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago18 Comments
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The sound quality is really good - I'd connected my phone via Bluetooth in store
No Apt-X support. So it can't be that good. I'd want Apt-X at this price point (based on it's original selling more, even moreso!).

Bose SOundlink hasn't got Apt-X either and gets better reviews than speakers with Apt-X.
Maybe matters more for headphones where there's no signal processing (the speakers will tweak sound anyway to make up for smaller size)


I heard Bose sound link, wasn't too impressed
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The sound quality is really good - I'd connected my phone via Bluetooth in store

No Apt-X support. So it can't be that good. I'd want Apt-X at this price point (based on it's original selling more, even moreso!).


What's apt X?
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The sound quality is really good - I'd connected my phone via Bluetooth in store

No Apt-X support. So it can't be that good. I'd want Apt-X at this price point (based on it's original selling more, even moreso!).


​there are tons of speakers without apt-x support which blow away some that do. Harmon Kardon Onyx 2, for example.
Northerndave
Costco deal..... So not avail to the majority of the gen public then!
Yes, you can buy online for a 5% fee if I remember correctly.
plap
Bose SOundlink hasn't got Apt-X either

Makes sense. I don't rate Bose stuff either. :)

It sounds OK-ish (a little dull sounding for my taste). But is WAY over-priced for what it is.

Plus, if you're streaming lossy stuff to it (aka - the vast majority of MP3) then it makes no ends. If you're a FLAC user though, you kind of want Apt-X.
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Yamaha RX-A3050 surround sound receiver £1,199.00 Sold by HiLo Tech UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Distinctly not for everyone as it's not cheap, but looks like the best price around. £1,599 at Richer Sounds and the Amazon price is £2,964. Only black available at this price.
abr Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago11 Comments
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Now £1199. I used to have a Yamaha Aventage, a lower spec model than this one, and it was very good. Not sure what bells and whistles have been added since then but I suppose technology has moved on with 4K and Dolby Atmos for example.
Creative audio £1399 waiting for it to hit £1000 then buy it

Edited By: robti on Aug 11, 2016 11:41
Yamaha make the best av amps period.
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How good can this be, coming from a motorbike manufacturer? :{
they also make one of the worlds finest range of acoustic piano's so they know a bit or two about sound. ;)

They also made the DSP-Z7 Receiver which I still use on a daily basis. It was £2500 in its heyday.
RS offer £250 off with a trade in. I told them I had an old AVR and told them an old worthless model and they just took the £250 off so I didn't even have to take it down there.

I got this 3050 and can tell you it's awesome. 8)
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Yamaha RXV381 5.1 Channel Av Reciever - Black £229.00 @ Amazon Prime only

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It looks like really good deal. Price everywhere else is about £349
teddybeers Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago13 Comments
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mais oui Damn its already started:|
grayhm
Thx for that Chandlermou, just placed order with French Amazon, £175 all in.
Very pleased, just got to refuse delivery of UK order tomorrow for a refund, then cancel 30 day French Prime Trial.
Therefore, saved another £55.

You realise all the actors in films and video you listen to through this will have a French accents?
Thx for that Chandlermou, just placed order with French Amazon, £175 all in.
Very pleased, just got to refuse delivery of UK order tomorrow for a refund, then cancel 30 day French Prime Trial.

Therefore, saved another £55.
On normal UK price (£349) , total saving £174 = 50% X)
Nice Sofa....
grayhm
Never bought from a european Amazon.
Are there any issues - prime postage still free to uk from France ? just switch plugs ?

Just tried trial on French Amazon - it works.

Price goes up to EUR 199,66 ( £167) - still a lot cheaper than UK
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Yamaha SRT 1000 Soundbase £249.99 @ Argos

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£50 off Argos's already cheap price on this very well received Soundbase. Uses Yamaha's directional drivers to create a very effective surround sound by bouncing sound against your walls avoiding the
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C'mon folks, this is £100 cheaper than the next nearest priced retailer looking at Google. A 4-5* product that is as cheap as its ever been and really good quality!
Picked up and set up and I'm very impressed, has a sub out but I can't see why you would use it as the bass is pretty powerful from the built in speakers and the surround sound is uncanny. Not getting sound from directly behind but definitely getting it from left and right to the side of me from the rear channels which might be down to my room layout which is far from square and an odd shape.

Bluetooth playback is excellent due to it being aptX standard and is crisp clear and vibrant, not too sure about the music surround mode tho, bit too much echo for me.

Overall very impressed, it's replace a Sony HT XT3 or should I say 4 of em that have all gone faulty, it doesn't have anywhere near all the features the Sony had and isn't as good a looking unit but sound wise for surround effect it absolutely demolishes it and sounds just as good for music.

Overall very happy
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Yamaha SRT700 Bluetooth Soundbase £99.99 COSTCO

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Just checking a few sound base's came across this Yamaha one with quite good reviews and seems to be good for playing your music with the Bluetooth, not a offer just the normal price. Did a search a…
emmabee123 Avatar3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago15 Comments
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looks like it was going to get one myself ....ho dear ho dear @@@@@@@
has this deal gone
Actually a piano manufacturer that found out bikes post WW2 were a bit more profitable. But I get the whole Onkyo/Sony reference....
We are talking about audio products, not yogurt manufacturers!
They also had Sony's for this price, probably a better choice over a Motorbike maker, who are trying to diversify.

Yamaha actually make fantastic sound products , they have been making music products for years, piano's , Amps,

I'd actually say there better then Sony
They also had Sony's for this price, probably a better choice over a Motorbike maker, who are trying to diversify.

referee!
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Yamaha SRT700 bluetooth soundbase £99.99 at costco (rrp 299)

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Generally good reviews on richer sounds and amazon and seems like a great deal for a sound base. May have an inflated rrp but nearest competitor price is still 149.99. Delivery included for free
acaize Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago6 Comments
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Good price for this unit but read below, what I've said applies to most if not all base units.

Getting a decent sound for a modern TV is a nightmare, as said in a couple of reviews on Richer Sounds you are constantly changing the volume level speech is often poor from sound bases and as for Dolby output don’t both unless you love trying to adjust the lip-sync. They are better than the poor TV speakers but only on the base side.
One of the big issues is the Satellite HD TV does not have a stereo sound signal it only has 5.1 sound which is why you can’t get sound from the HDMI lead if the output is set to Dolby on a Sky box as most TV’s don’t have a 5.1 decoder built in. The base will decode it but that’s when the lip-sync issues start and the timing is not the same on different channels.
The answer for me was to get a TV with a 5.1 decoder built in (a TV which has a HD Satellite input will have this) and then connect all the HDMI connections to the TV and send an optical out signal to the AMP or base unit. AMP’s are better than base units, if you don’t want full surround sound set the AMP output to Multi channel stereo and if you can add a Sub-Woofer, this give a much better sound and gets rid of the lip-sync issues.


Edited By: Dodger21 on May 17, 2016 07:58
^^Same thing apart from the shape of course :D
acaize
a Sound base offering much needed improvement to your basic TV sound.
Thanks. Like a sound bar?
If only the 5600 was on offer somewhere
a Sound base offering much needed improvement to your basic TV sound.
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Sevenoaks Sound and Vision - Yamaha RX-V679 (Black) AV Receiver £299.00

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RRP 599 Bargain starter avr. Same price on richer sounds. I neglect to detail the spec. Needless to say needs to be accompanied by large tv, 5 speakers and boom box subwoofer.
bradybunch73 Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago3 Comments
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If you want Dolby atmos, yes

Edited By: gabberandy on May 10, 2016 23:43
Look on Amazon and you will see it sold by 4 other reputable retailers for the same price so not really a deal as its a typical price now.
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Yamaha WX-030 Black: Wireless Music System in Black with Bluetooth and MusicCast £129.00 @ RGB Direct

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Seems like a pretty good price. Refurb ones from Richer Sounds on eBay are 135 squid and new ones are usually between 150 and 190 so to get one for 129 is pretty good. I'm quite fond of the Yamaha Mus…
kolonelkustard Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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Dr_Lovegod
This or sonos? Seems a good price.


​Sonos are loads better but much more expensive for what you get.
GPDawes
shame no portable as in rechargeable. Are these stereo?


​Not stereo, but you can buy two and link them a bit like sonos.
shame no portable as in rechargeable. Are these stereo?
This or sonos? Seems a good price.
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Yamaha F310 - Tobacco Sunburst £71.20 @ Ebay / normanssales (With code)

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Code: CUK20 Very good price for this model, £89 at the moment + Discount = £71.20 delivered. A very good guitar for anyone really, but perfect for beginners and had great reviews. Yamaha F3…
NeoTrix Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago8 Comments
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Thanks OP.

Cracking deal as it stood for a really highly rated guitar. If anyone looking for a decent acoustic just read the reviews on this, consistently glowing. Yamaha do some great instruments, I also have one of their APX500 electro acoustics which is absolutely fantastic, bought it 2nd hand and again would highly recommend it, great for beginner like me or even more experienced players. A few of my mates who are accomplished players tried it & raved about it.


Back to this deal - The EBAY voucher code taking this F310 to a little over £70 made this a no brainer. Ordered for local pick up Wednesday.

Happy chappy.


Edited By: portreekid on Apr 01, 2016 13:33
You won't get a better acoustic for this price. Brilliant for the money.
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I've been told I'm useless at playing the guitar :(http://stream1.gifsoup.com/view2/1335935/mca-guitar-smash-o.gif
Yeah, but i didn't mean to offend x
So, It was you smashed up my original Les Paul! :|
Yeah!
I won't make you pay for the Les Paul... If, BIG If, You pay for me to have lessons X)
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I've been told I'm useless at playing the guitar :(http://stream1.gifsoup.com/view2/1335935/mca-guitar-smash-o.gif
Yeah, but i didn't mean to offend x
So, It was you smashed up my original Les Paul! :|

Yeah!
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I've been told I'm useless at playing the guitar :(http://stream1.gifsoup.com/view2/1335935/mca-guitar-smash-o.gif
Yeah, but i didn't mean to offend x
So, It was you smashed up my original Les Paul! :|
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Yamaha F310 Guitar, Strap, Tuner, Strings, Bag, Stand, Capo, Winder and Plectrums - £102.49 delivered @ Gear4Music

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A very nice set for the money. ideal for beginners and then some... A highly rated guitar at this price point. Some packages come with DVDs and books ect, which is handy, although you'll probably find…
NeoTrix Avatar7m, 2d agoFound 7 months, 2 days ago29 Comments
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I would go for the F310. Epiphone is a subsidiary of Gibson and, in my view, Gibson should stick to making electric guitars ;) I passionately dislike their acoustics. I also personally don't like plastic tuning pegs.
Much of it is personal preference - but you can only determine that by actually playing the instruments and doing A/B comparisons. I would always recommend playing an instrument before purchasing. However, if you're just starting to learn then this is more difficult!
This is why people recommend the F310: it is a tried and tested starter guitar. You can't really go wrong with it.
ijw0161
Picked one of these up myself the other day off eBay for £25. Got to say it's a really nice sounding guitar, well worth £100
badger2609
I've been debating whether to start playing for a while, can play a little but nothing to write home about, would this be a good bet? Was thinking of maybe an electro-acoustic, more for the fact that I can plug headphones in and save my other half the bleeding ears. Any thoughts???
Picked one of these up myself the other day off eBay for £25. Got to say it's a really nice sounding guitar, well worth £100. I've been playing for years and had a few guitars, and this is my favourite acoustic. An electro acoustic isn't really much quieter, and I usually find they are a bit harder to play whereas this has a very nice action for the beginner
An electro-acoustic will not be any quieter (though different guitars will of course be different in tone/volume depending on its construction) as it is simply an acoustic guitar, with some additional electronics!
So because you dislike their products it's rubbish, what nonsense, have you played a Pro-1 and plastic tuning pegs are the least of your worries when learning, even with a 'tried and tested' guitar there is NO guarantee it will be the one for you....jeez just what learners need more corksniffing baloney.
Go here and see what someone, who owns one, really thinks of the Pro-1:http://www.epiphonetalk.com/threads/hngd.1047/
One thing to budget for when buying, even a new guitar, is a Set-up, should be about £30ish foor and acoustic and will make the thing easier to play.
a) I never said it was rubbish.
b) I said it was personal preference: much of buying guitars is. I don't like Gibson acoustics. You are entitled to a different opinion, of course.
c) I never said the F310 was for everyone. In fact, I implied the opposite when I stated that you should always play or hear an instrument being played before purchase.
d) The F310 has a strong reputation as being a good learner instrument. I don't see why you find that statement so problematic?
e) Again, on plastic tuning pegs: personal preference.
It's a great beautiful sounding guitar for the price. Anyone saying otherwise is a cock, or they cannot play
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xeroc
I would go for the F310. Epiphone is a subsidiary of Gibson and, in my view, Gibson should stick to making electric guitars ;) I passionately dislike their acoustics. I also personally don't like plastic tuning pegs.
Much of it is personal preference - but you can only determine that by actually playing the instruments and doing A/B comparisons. I would always recommend playing an instrument before purchasing. However, if you're just starting to learn then this is more difficult!
This is why people recommend the F310: it is a tried and tested starter guitar. You can't really go wrong with it.
ijw0161
Picked one of these up myself the other day off eBay for £25. Got to say it's a really nice sounding guitar, well worth £100
badger2609
I've been debating whether to start playing for a while, can play a little but nothing to write home about, would this be a good bet? Was thinking of maybe an electro-acoustic, more for the fact that I can plug headphones in and save my other half the bleeding ears. Any thoughts???
Picked one of these up myself the other day off eBay for £25. Got to say it's a really nice sounding guitar, well worth £100. I've been playing for years and had a few guitars, and this is my favourite acoustic. An electro acoustic isn't really much quieter, and I usually find they are a bit harder to play whereas this has a very nice action for the beginner
An electro-acoustic will not be any quieter (though different guitars will of course be different in tone/volume depending on its construction) as it is simply an acoustic guitar, with some additional electronics!
So because you dislike their products it's rubbish, what nonsense, have you played a Pro-1 and plastic tuning pegs are the least of your worries when learning, even with a 'tried and tested' guitar there is NO guarantee it will be the one for you....jeez just what learners need more corksniffing baloney.
Go here and see what someone, who owns one, really thinks of the Pro-1:http://www.epiphonetalk.com/threads/hngd.1047/
One thing to budget for when buying, even a new guitar, is a Set-up, should be about £30ish foor and acoustic and will make the thing easier to play.

a) I never said it was rubbish.
b) I said it was personal preference: much of buying guitars is. I don't like Gibson acoustics. You are entitled to a different opinion, of course.
c) I never said the F310 was for everyone. In fact, I implied the opposite when I stated that you should always play or hear an instrument being played before purchase.
d) The F310 has a strong reputation as being a good learner instrument. I don't see why you find that statement so problematic?
e) Again, on plastic tuning pegs: personal preference.
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I've been debating whether to start playing for a while, can play a little but nothing to write home about, would this be a good bet? Was thinking of maybe an electro-acoustic, more for the fact that I can plug headphones in and save my other half the bleeding ears. Any thoughts???
With an electro acoustic you can't silence it with headphones! Your best bet for that would be an electric and some sort of interface / amp with effects. I still use an OLD and outdated Line 6 Guitar port (which i don't recommend any more due to all support being dropped a long while back) But there are some great devices out there for keeping it quiet.
Some units will have software with drum samples and such with it, which are great to play along too. Lots of options out there, just depends on budget really. As above, Line 6 have some good gear that might be of interest. I am sure there are some budding guitarists that will recommend some other gear too!
Thanks for the reply - haha shows my naivety regarding the headphones. One of my friends is a guitarist who I should probably ask, but if I start playing I want to have a little tiny bit of ability before he knows about it - otherwise I can imagine the earache I'd get. Cheers for the advice
Some great tutorials around the net, get on it! Guitar is great fun!
Make no mistake if you're reading this and thinking about taking it up, learning guitar is NOT fun, it is mostly boring and frustrating at the beginning and most people give up, only if you break through that, is it rewarding.
I enjoyed it when i first started. It can be frustrating but within a n hour or so i was pretty pleased with stuff i had picked up! Even if it was basic and didn't sound great. I have seen people RAGE though :D

Same here, almost in tears some....some people have more patience than others so it does vary but the amount of guitars we'd see traded by people who just gave up because 'it was too hard' was high....
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I've been debating whether to start playing for a while, can play a little but nothing to write home about, would this be a good bet? Was thinking of maybe an electro-acoustic, more for the fact that I can plug headphones in and save my other half the bleeding ears. Any thoughts???
With an electro acoustic you can't silence it with headphones! Your best bet for that would be an electric and some sort of interface / amp with effects. I still use an OLD and outdated Line 6 Guitar port (which i don't recommend any more due to all support being dropped a long while back) But there are some great devices out there for keeping it quiet.
Some units will have software with drum samples and such with it, which are great to play along too. Lots of options out there, just depends on budget really. As above, Line 6 have some good gear that might be of interest. I am sure there are some budding guitarists that will recommend some other gear too!
Thanks for the reply - haha shows my naivety regarding the headphones. One of my friends is a guitarist who I should probably ask, but if I start playing I want to have a little tiny bit of ability before he knows about it - otherwise I can imagine the earache I'd get. Cheers for the advice
Some great tutorials around the net, get on it! Guitar is great fun!
Make no mistake if you're reading this and thinking about taking it up, learning guitar is NOT fun, it is mostly boring and frustrating at the beginning and most people give up, only if you break through that, is it rewarding.

I enjoyed it when i first started. It can be frustrating but within a n hour or so i was pretty pleased with stuff i had picked up! Even if it was basic and didn't sound great. I have seen people RAGE though :D
NeoTrix
badger2609
NeoTrix
badger2609
I've been debating whether to start playing for a while, can play a little but nothing to write home about, would this be a good bet? Was thinking of maybe an electro-acoustic, more for the fact that I can plug headphones in and save my other half the bleeding ears. Any thoughts???
With an electro acoustic you can't silence it with headphones! Your best bet for that would be an electric and some sort of interface / amp with effects. I still use an OLD and outdated Line 6 Guitar port (which i don't recommend any more due to all support being dropped a long while back) But there are some great devices out there for keeping it quiet.
Some units will have software with drum samples and such with it, which are great to play along too. Lots of options out there, just depends on budget really. As above, Line 6 have some good gear that might be of interest. I am sure there are some budding guitarists that will recommend some other gear too!
Thanks for the reply - haha shows my naivety regarding the headphones. One of my friends is a guitarist who I should probably ask, but if I start playing I want to have a little tiny bit of ability before he knows about it - otherwise I can imagine the earache I'd get. Cheers for the advice
Some great tutorials around the net, get on it! Guitar is great fun!

Make no mistake if you're reading this and thinking about taking it up, learning guitar is NOT fun, it is mostly boring and frustrating at the beginning and most people give up, only if you break through that, is it rewarding.
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Yamaha YAS105 Soundbar £99.00 @ Tesco direct free c+c

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This was posted a couple of weeks ago but the deal expired. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/yamaha-yas105-soundbar-now-99-tesco-direct-free-cnc-2383682 It is back in stock at Tesco Direct Yamah…
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oos!!!! Grrr :@
Still in stock

Showing £159.99 now from another seller. The other sellers have tesco listed as £99 without a add to basket button so it must be oos again.
Jimdabod
oos!!!! Grrr :@


Still in stock
oos!!!! Grrr :@
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Yamaha YAS-101 120W Soundbar [£89.99 @ Argos/Ebay]

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Very good soundbar, I have the 93 which is the same as this one apart from the 101 has a subwoofer output. Has a decent amount of bass considering it does not have a separate sub. Yes it will be de…
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got mine today , not tested yet but does come with optional lead
Yup, Marked it as expired but it is still open.. :|
The item is out of stock. I was late :(


Edited By: martix on Feb 11, 2016 15:42
You will not get a better sound bar for the price. Go on Ebay and get a YSTFSW100 active sub for around £40 and this is a very respectable system.
BeerGoggles
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I bought a Yamaha YSP-5600 with separate sub at xmas. Very high recommend that, if you cannot have speakers around your room.
A lot more expensive though :( But it doesn't get any better than this.
It freeeking £1600 for a soundbar. You could have got 3 Sonos play 5's for that and had change left over for a couple of bags of fish and chips.

Like I said, not cheap. But the best solution there is if you cannot have physical speakers around a room. I considered the Sonos system, and it was not as good.
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Yamaha HTR3068 AV Receiver Identical to RXV379 RX-V379 New with 2 year Warranty £172.85 @ Ebay / hyperworld

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The Yamaha RXV379 is usually around £250-£300. Richersounds currently have it on offer for £199 which i think is a very good deal. This is cheaper again! This price includes delivery and i have confir…
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wonkothesane
Richer Sounds does pricebeat instead of price match, but I'd rather go to them anyway for warranty reasons.
Some unscrupulous retailers obtain model numbers unique to themselves from manufacturers, purely to stop any attempt at price matching.
This comes with the same warranty? 2 year manufacturer

Yes, or you can boost it to 6yrs for 20quid (which Richers will refund if not claimed)

(Either way, another reason for using them is that there's a branch within 15 miles of me! :3)


Edited By: wonkothesane on Feb 03, 2016 18:33
wonkothesane
Richer Sounds does pricebeat instead of price match, but I'd rather go to them anyway for warranty reasons.

Some unscrupulous retailers obtain model numbers unique to themselves from manufacturers, purely to stop any attempt at price matching.


This comes with the same warranty? 2 year manufacturer
THRILLER-DEEJAY
Asia model??













How can you tell?
Asia model??
Richer Sounds does pricebeat instead of price match, but I'd rather go to them anyway for warranty reasons.

Some unscrupulous retailers obtain model numbers unique to themselves from manufacturers, purely to stop any attempt at price matching.

Edited By: wonkothesane on Feb 03, 2016 12:19
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Yamaha SRT700 Soundbase £149.00 @ Tesco (Click & Collect or + £3 delivered)

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I've been looking for an affordable soundbase for a while, and just noticed this on Tesco's website for £149. Currently £179 at Richer Sounds, and £149 at Amazon, but out of stock with Amazon. You may…
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Lol. It's fine. I have a lil kid so have downsized tv. Her playroom becomes a cinema with projector when she's asleep! The TV stand has rounded corners. Took me ages to find a suitable one. Got sony xt100 for £80 in the end.
jayjay266
Maxell seems like a better deal but bear in mind the dimensions. The maxell is almost a meter long according to Amazon. Almost went for it until I realised it wouldn't fit on my TV stand :)
I would seriously think about selling the TV stand.
Maxell seems like a better deal but bear in mind the dimensions. The maxell is almost a meter long according to Amazon. Almost went for it until I realised it wouldn't fit on my TV stand :)
Definitely go for the maxell one
Forgive my ignorance but does this allow you to select your own speakers which then connect to this and does this act as amplifier?
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[Tesco] Yamaha AS501 Receiver £169 (poss price beat richer sounds 5 off) £169.99

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Decent price - has been before according to 3 camels, but never on Amazon (third party only) Good for anyone looking into a hifi setup currently who wants to save a few Plus get a fiver off if y…
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Has anybody seen this on sale anywhere else for less than £200?
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Now £219 :(
biglol1979
best amp I have owned paid almost twice that heat added

Do you use either of the digital inputs? What's the quality like on those compared with say a PC onboard sound?

How does the headphone output perform?
best amp I have owned paid almost twice that heat added
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Yamaha YAS105 Soundbar £99.00 at Amazon UK, was £189 yesterday

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Yamaha YAS105 soundbar is now £99 at amazon UK - prime eligible. Was £189 yesterday. A Tesco deal was posted earlier but i think it has expired.
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Received mine today. Excellent. The Yahama soundbars are superb.
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yiu
Anyone have this wall mounted? How far does it stick out from the wall?

Im still thinking weather to do it or not, but I have measured it, and its about the thickness of a thicker back LED/LCD TV, so doesnt stick out much. It's very low profile.


Thx. I saw the video on Amazon. It says it's just a little over 2 inches. But not sure how flush the wall mount is.
Less than 10 left it now states on Amazon
yep,it's the one i bought,has 2 HDMI sockets,But if you don't want the separate sub the yamaha is the one to go for
Is it possible to connect TV and soundbar wireless?
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** Yamaha YAS105 Soundbar now £99.00 @ Tesco Direct (Free CnC) **

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Bring immersive sound to your home cinema set-up with the Yamaha YAS105. This ultra slim 120W soundbar contains Yamaha’s exclusive Air Surround Xtreme technology to provide a stunning 7.1-channel surr…
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Manufacturers are smart. They sell you a flat TV with crap speakers for cheap. Then they flog these soundbars so you have to spend more £££ to get your TV up to an acceptable sound...which should have been default on the TV...!
I think the old school flat TVs were better with sound...not wanting to boast but my 10 year old Hitachi (genuine, not the budget Argos ones) plasma has 10 speakers built-in including 2 subs...a friend's old Panasonic plasma has decent speakers too...but nowadays you have to spend serious money to get a TV with decent speakers built in :-(
Heat given though!
you have missed the point. it's not manufacturers are smart it's just that you have no clue how speakers work.
generally speaking speakers that are bigger are usually better. why? because speakers move air and the more air they move the better they tend to be in terms of power.
make tv's thinner = making built in speakers thinner which means making them quieter and there sq terrible.
thin speakers = crap speakers.
so what is a tv manufacturer to do? make a fat tv and then morons complain about it's thickness? i'm not buying that tv look at how fat it is. they don't care about SQ when buying a tv all they care about is how thick it is, the design, etc and the price. PQ even goes out of the window. look at all the morons who were buying lcd's instead of plasma. now look at all the morons buying 4k lcd tv's (when they 99% of their viewing is less than 1080p) when they should be buying 1080p OLED.
the truth is people nowadays have no clue about anything they want to be spoon fed products by sales people who have no clue about the products but push the ones they make more money on.
e.g. in a high street shop staff will be told. for every tv sold by you from x manufacturer or x model or x technology you will get an extra £10 on top of your pay packet. so they will then tell buyers anything to make them buy inferior products and convince them it's the better tv with jargon they have no clue about.
also soundbars are crap for the money. proper speakers are better. even a decent 2.0 setup will beat a soundbar which costs the same money.
i have monitor audio bx6's for instance. they blow my yamaha ysp-1400 to pieces and then some.http://www.sevenoakssoundandvision.co.uk/p-15496-ma-bronze6-bok.aspx?gclid=Cj0KEQiAlae1BRCU2qaz2__t9IIBEiQAKRGDVR8QKsGvcIXm6NKzs4jaxYXUUkWagbkXrLmd-UZGh5IaAjUz8P8HAQ
try fitting those into a tv. you can't fit anything near them into a thin tv.
I knew I'd get someone trying to be 'above' me. Of course the thinner speakers are worse than larger speakers. My point was that older flat TVs didn't really have poor sound and that nowadays the only way to get thin TVs with decent sound is that you have to spend quite a bit for it. No they won't stand up to your dedicated speakers but look at LG OLEDs with Harman Kardon speakers. I wouldn't consider my plasma 'fat' but still flat enough to be wall-mounted. It's not OLED wafer thin, but I've never heard about people complaining how 'fat' or 'thick' that LCD/Plasma TVs are...they're going to save a massive few centimetres behind their TV...as long as it isn't CRT-size, then Joe Bloggs would be happy.
Also it's not that Joe Bloggs doesn't care about sound quality, it's just overlooked, because they're staring at mega bright dynamic still images on an LCD. It's only when they get home and use it, they realise sound is crap..have had a few people tell me.
True, people don't need 4k. But it does save them buying a 1080p set now and then a 4k in the future. My next TV would be a 4k HDR OLED...just to be a bit future proof :-)

My next tv will be 1080p. I just don't see 4k taking off any time soon and it being a very niche market and the premium panels are just far too expensive. The real 4k content is going to cost an absolute fortune too. The players will cost like £300+ and it will be around £30-£50 for 1 movie. Prices will come down but again that is going to take years. So why have a 4K tv sitting there to watch mainly 1080p or less (sky hd is 1080i and VM HD is 720p)? Sure some people are enjoying the handful of 4k streams on netflix but they are no better than 1080p blu rays in terms of image quality. The majority of people who buy physical media today also buy SD DVD's not blu rays. That being said physical media itself is dying people are opting for digital media and streaming instead. Nobody wants boxes of dvd's taking up space. Sure you have some that enjoy physical media but it's becoming a thing of the past. I enjoy physical books but I can see how they too are becoming a thing of the past with tablets and pdf's, etc. Basically I think buying a 4k tv right now is throwing money away.

Why spend £1600 for a 4k tv with decent built in sound like this

http://www.johnlewis.com/sony-bravia-kd55x9305cbu-led-4k-ultra-hd-3d-android-wedge-tv-55-with-freeview-hd-youview-built-in-wi-fi/p1997722

when you can spend £750 on this

http://www.johnlewis.com/sony-bravia-kdl55w80-led-hd-1080p-3d-android-tv-55-with-freeview-hd-youview-built-in-wi-fi/p2001336?sku=234392388&kpid=234392388&s_kenid=bff034ff-d723-4a8b-82a3-6100f2b1e6a2&s_kwcid=402x352523&tmad=c&tmcampid=73

which is a saving of £850 and less than half the price.

imagine spending £1600 to get a tv with decent built in speakers then when it dies you then need to buy not only a new tv but one with decent speakers again meaning spending a premium again.

in fact that sony 1080p may well become my next tv purchase. i will buy an OLED after but only once it's established and much cheaper. it's far too expensive atm.

people who pay a premium to future proof are throwing money away. it's better to buy smart and regularly than buy big then keep it forever to justify the price.

i know someone who spent like £3000+ on a 42" pioneer plasma. they then kept it until it died. it was SD too and whilst others enjoyed HD they were still watching SD. it would of been smarter for them to just spend £1000 on a tv every 7-8 years than £3000 every 20. not only would they save money they would have a more modern tv with the latest tech and better PQ.

it's impossible to future proof a tv eventually something new will come out it doesn't have so buy smart and buy regularly.

i think the sweet spot for tv's is around the £600-£900 mark. I also think if your into tv's you should be looking to buy a new one every 7-10 years for around that price mark. meaning it effectively costs you around £100 a year.

i also think people should buy a separate speaker system that they can keep whilst they change tv's it just works out much more cost effective and you get much better sound.

the built in speakers of that sony tv linked above are better than a yamaha yas 105 btw. they may even be on par with a YSP1400 in terms of power but not in the bass department.

tv manufacturers imo should do the opposite of what you suggest and on their premium panels stop including speakers at all. would mean cheaper tv's.

I never use built in speakers and don't intend to ever again unless my soundbar or AVR dies.


also i bet within the next 5 years one manufacturer will start selling 8k tv's just to get one over on their competitors. how would you feel then if you had spent the best part of £5K to future proof yourself with a 4K oled only for it to be out of date so quick?

that's why you spend wisely and upgrade regularly. the days of spending £2K+ on a tv are over.

Edited By: PsychoSonny on Jan 29, 2016 01:50
tesco offer has expired i think

but seems to be 99 on amazon

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/yamaha-yas105-soundbar-99-amazon-uk-was-189-yesterday-2384311

Edited By: eddieshore on Jan 28, 2016 18:50: /
Bendown
I need something that turns on and off with tv, does such a thing exist?, really want simplicity for the other half

Yes it does. Like I said in my comment above, you can get your TV remote to learn the power, mute and up and down commands of the soundbar and then yes, you can power on and off the tv AND soundbar at the same time. Works like a charm most of the time and I just switch off the sound from my TV completely (my Samsung allows me to disable the tv speakers completely).
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Yamaha RX-A2050 w/ Monitor Audio Bronze 6 (5.1) home cinema package £1,899.00 @ Exceptional AV

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hell of a deal. £1899. for RX-A2050 and monitor audio bronze 6 5.1. If you buy the receiver on its own there or anywhere else its about £1499 give or take £200. So speaker setup is about £400 in this
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Think the deal has finished now as the page I had it saved under is no longer available. Still managed to bag the deal 3 weeks ago at £1,999.
Not a lot of heat here, so here's some from me.

A lot of money for Joe Blogs, but still a good deal for people that are interested in these kinds of set ups.
HUKDDelboy
they dont need screwing, they go on stands!
If It's not screwed down it gets knocked over in my house
bankersarebankers
HUKDDelboy
bankersarebankers
well cheap that
im tempted to buy a few of these setups and sell on after.
Does Rodders approve?

je suis!
sim11
Great find .. was always going to go cold on this site more than likely due to peoples ignorance towards the package ..

agreed, but who cares, as long as people look at it properly, for those they will be awarded!
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Yamaha 7.2 A/V Amplifier £329.00 (Save £300) @ Hughes

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Maybe a bit long in the tooth now but a really great top end Amp from Yamaha with all the latest features (save Atmos) What HiFi review here: http://www.whathifi.com/yamaha/rx-v673/review Awesom…
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I bought that one a week or so back and it's a brilliant piece of equipment. It has probably got more features than I need right now, but they are there when I need them
paulj48
read_5
I own this receiver and it's a brilliant piece of kit, the sound is brilliant for games or movies and it doesn't do a bad job with music either. I've not voted though as I've had it for around a year and picked it up from richer sounds for 299 in a sale but I'm pretty sure you won't be disappointed if you do pull the trigger
the trouble is there's receivers with more functionality and power for the same price


​like I say, I didn't vote hot or cold due to paying 299 for it over a year ago and yeah there are newer receivers out there. I think with atmos you really need to have the perfect room setup to get the full benefit. but I still don't think you would be disappointed with your purchase
read_5
I own this receiver and it's a brilliant piece of kit, the sound is brilliant for games or movies and it doesn't do a bad job with music either. I've not voted though as I've had it for around a year and picked it up from richer sounds for 299 in a sale but I'm pretty sure you won't be disappointed if you do pull the trigger
the trouble is there's receivers with more functionality and power for the same price
I own this receiver and it's a brilliant piece of kit, the sound is brilliant for games or movies and it doesn't do a bad job with music either. I've not voted though as I've had it for around a year and picked it up from richer sounds for 299 in a sale but I'm pretty sure you won't be disappointed if you do pull the trigger
rd3d2
Daytrader
Your correct yes, only effects PC games, i use my tv for PC games.
You should go and see a film shot and played back in HFR (High Frame Rate)http://blog.vincentlaforet.com/2012/12/19/the-hobbit-an-unexpected-masterclass-in-why-hfr-fails-and-a-reaffirmation-of-what-makes-cinema-magical/
I have discovered that al those 'others' who **** on about 24p as being the best movie playback experience are right - but then I am of an older generation brought up on films shot and shown at 24 framers per second - the best way I can describe my experience of the Hobitt in HFR was that t looked lie a bunch of actors dressed up in costumes, o perhaps some CGI Computer game. Film are still almost always shot and shown t 24 frames per second
My Advice?
Don't settle for anything more ;-)
Like i said, only a worry if you use tv for PC games, and maybe the new consoles in 5 years time.

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Yamaha NSSW200 Active Subwoofer in High Gloss White only @ Peter Tyson £99.90

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This is the cheapest I have seen these, there are not many reviews about a couple on Amazon but they seem to be favourable. I got one to see if there was an improvement in sound especially when watchi…
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Delivered today pluged in switched on and must admit sounds as good if not better than the keff sub......
I have this and a KEF sub. This is NOT as good as the KEF but it is very good.
Set up completed and I have never heard such rich base - recommended.
Delivered today pluged in switched on and must admit sounds as good if not better than the keff sub......
very good price, I was looking for this sub one year ago, prices was over £200, but than manage to found more powerful sub sw700 for £250. Anyway £99 is a bargain.
Dithered and missed it. Ah well, must be a better deal just round the corner..
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Yamaha Relit LSX-70 Bluetooth Speaker & Lamp £199.95 @ johnlewis

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Very good deal as you cannot find this deal anywhere. The LSX-170 also looks amazing.
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It has a unique look but it is damn expensive for a portable 20w speaker.
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Yamaha C40 Classical Guitar Bundle (includes AT-300B Clip-On Tuner, Basic Gig Bag And Spare Strings) - £79.99 @ DV247

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Price of £79.99 includes £4.99 postage. ** Actual deal is available in the 'bundle box' at the bottom of the page ** The whole (delivered) package is only £2 more than just the guitar itself at
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Disagree. For £9 more (£4 with student discount) on Amazon you can get a Yamaha F310. Far better beginner guitar. Yeah you don't get a gig bag or tuner but phones are better tuners these days anyway. Anyway all in all the F310 is a far superior instrument.

Don't know where to start with this yonifinke, but I'll have a go anyway:

1. This is not a deal for any old 'beginner's' guitar, it is specifically for a Yamaha C40 + bundle.

2. The Yamaha F310 can actually be had for £87 (cheaper than the shop you mentioned) + bundle at https://www.bax-shop.co.uk/acoustic-guitar-set/yamaha-f310p2-starter-pack-steel-string-guitar?gclid=CP31x9Kg_skCFYWfGwodG3YLZA.

Perhaps most importantly however is the fact that the C40 is a classical guitar and the F310 is an acoustic. Two entirely different beasts meant for different styles of music. To advise someone to get an acoustic if they're looking for a classical (or vice-versa) is simply wrong and ill-informed.

What do you mean by 'phones are better tuners these days anyway'? Better in what way if they both get the correct pitch from any given string?

What do you mean by 'all in all the F310 is a far superior instrument'? Given that you've compared a classical instrument with an acoustic, what makes you think this?
Disagree. For £9 more (£4 with student discount) on Amazon you can get a Yamaha F310. Far better beginner guitar. Yeah you don't get a gig bag or tuner but phones are better tuners these days anyway. Anyway all in all the F310 is a far superior instrument.
that is a really good deal, well spotted!
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Free Yamaha Motorcycles (Origami models) plus other items (see link)

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For those out there that have a lot of time and patience (as well as 54 sheets of paper for the R1M) this has got to be a seriously cool thing to do.... All the details are on the link above, even
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Just wondered if anyone did try to make one?
mine would end up looking like someone had come off it
socket set
What tools do you need to build?
This Youtube video is of a stop-motion animation of someone making one of these... It'll will certainly give you a good feel for the difficulty involved. You might want to turn the tedious soundtrack off though.

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Another - this took 2 months!



Edited By: busterdan on Dec 29, 2015 17:40: extra links
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Yamaha YDP142 Digital Portable Piano - Black £489.99 @ Amazon

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Cheapest this piano's ever been!
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I was thinking of a Yamaha Digital Piano for my wife's birthday but know very little about them, I had looked at this but was going to wait till January, does anyone know if the big music instruments retailers tend to have January sales? I was hoping to find a good deal on the YDP162 so would also be very interested in any opinions on how much of a difference there is between the two, she is still relatively new to playing but I would pay more if I thought it was something that would last for years. Thanks in advance.
Well timed to tempt me! My Yamaha clavinova is not working anymore, such a shame!
Amazon's price has been reduced to match the current offer at Rimmers Music.
P115 good but too heavy for me, I went for the P45 because it's lighter and I travel all over the UK with it.
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Amazon Italy Yamaha F310 Acoustic Guitar Colour Natural £78.82 Including Postage

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I have been looking at this guitar for a few days. There are a few UK sellers Amazon , Dawsons etc ) selling for £89. Worth a go if you want one.
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Thanks graann :)
Mine was a standard cardboard box and inside was another cardboard box with the guitar in.
So not obvious what was being delivered.
Does anybody know what sort of packaging this comes in? its a surprise Christmas present is all, and the receiver might answer the door.
In other words does anybody know, will it be obvious this is a guitar upon delivery?

Edited By: Fifster03 on Dec 21, 2015 01:13
Guitar received from Amazon Italy today , less than 4 days after ordering.
Thanks a lot! Heat added :)

Edited By: Fifster03 on Dec 19, 2015 05:27: Answered my own question
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Yamaha F310 Acoustic Guitar with accessory pack @ Gear4music £99 + £3.49 delivery £102.49

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I am looking at learning the guitar and have taken the advice of regulars on this forum to consider the Yamaha F310. The same guitar but in Sunburst colour is available for £5 more.
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I've decided to get it. Is it worth getting the warranty for £5? Anyone have any experience with it?
just had my first guitar lesson and I want the sunburnt colour too. So Amazon have it for £89...so my question is...is the accessory pack worth the extra £18? Well I need a case..so that's £10. There is also a starter pack one...is that really worth it too?

Edited By: Eddy19 on Jan 09, 2016 22:54
I ordered late yesterday evening and paid for basic delivery, just received an email out for delivery Monday morning.
Fantastic
Yamaha are virtually untouchable for value at the budget end of the market. This is a lot of guitar fo
RadiantDuck
I bought the sunburst for my wife last Christmas. She is very happy with it and is very fussy with acoustic guitars. All the reviews I've found say there isn't much better for the money
Thanks for your comments. I prefer the sunburst as well.
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YAMAHA YAS93B Soundbar PRC Direct £99.95 Delivered

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Have purchased the recent Samsung UHD 6800 TV from Currys and was looking for a decent sound bar to compliment it and this seemed like the best one for the price, currently £116 on Amazon or £108.29
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nseaman
Does this have Bluetooth?
No it doesn't, you need the next model up the YAS-105 which is about £150
Thanks mate, looking for a half decent sound bar with Bluetooth.
nseaman
Does this have Bluetooth?

No it doesn't, you need the next model up the YAS-105 which is about £150
Does this have Bluetooth?
M_z
Can you control the volume of this with your TV remote?
Yes you can it has a remote learn function.
I had one for 18 hours before returning it because it sounded crap but admittedly it was better than the TV's inbuilt speakers.
The Creative Gigaworks t40's I've been using since returning it are 5 times better sounding and also cheaper to buy.


Edited By: paulandpam1 on Dec 08, 2015 19:08
M_z
Can you control the volume of this with your TV remote?
I haven't got it yet but I believe you can and it has an IR repeater in case it blocks the TV remote receiver
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Yamaha RX-V579 Amplifier - Amazon FR lightning deal £243.00

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They're going quick - maybe one in while left. The Yamaha RXV579 is a great value, fully featured, 7.2 channel AV receiver with networking, high power audio decoding and 3D and 4K capability. With
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Inb4 sony/onkyo/sofa comments.
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Yamaha RX-V379BL 5.1 AV Receiver - €217.83 or £156.89 @amazon.fr

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Yamaha RX-V379BL 5.1 AV receiver. Features 4K pass through, Bluetooth and smartremote app. Seems to be at least £250 everywhere else
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I picked up the 579 earlier today for €339. Delivery expected on Saturday. Very pleased. Was everything I was looking for in an amp and a cracking price.
I'm looking for this amp at that price, do you have a link?
It was a lightning deal down from €586 to €339. Must have only been a few of them available as it said 88% sold - only 1 left (which I bought). Figure out the math if you can :)

There were 8 of them by the looks of it! 88% should have been 87.5% but probably got rounded up.
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Vorm
I picked up the 579 earlier today for €339. Delivery expected on Saturday. Very pleased. Was everything I was looking for in an amp and a cracking price.
I'm looking for this amp at that price, do you have a link?
It was a lightning deal down from €586 to €339. Must have only been a few of them available as it said 88% sold - only 1 left (which I bought). Figure out the math if you can :)

That was a really good price! I ended up getting the 579 from Peter Tyson for £289 - comes with 3 year warranty and a free HDMI cable.
MightyJayJnr
Vorm
I picked up the 579 earlier today for €339. Delivery expected on Saturday. Very pleased. Was everything I was looking for in an amp and a cracking price.

I'm looking for this amp at that price, do you have a link?


It was a lightning deal down from €586 to €339. Must have only been a few of them available as it said 88% sold - only 1 left (which I bought). Figure out the math if you can :)
http://i.imgur.com/hnfbVWr.jpg
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Yamaha YAS101bl SoundBar System with Built-In Subwoofer - Black £120 + £7.14 shipping Eurosale net on Amazon £127.14

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Cheap Yamaha sound bar. Brilliant customer reviews, down from £180.
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Now £89.99 + £10.50 UK delivery
I have one of these coupled with an external subwoofer YST-FSW100 and it sounds excellent, the external sub makes a big difference. I have also added a Pure Jongo A2 (£20 on Amazon) to give bluetooth connection to play music which sounds pretty good in 'Stereo' mode.

I am very happy with this setup. Note that the newer versions of this sound bar (YAS-93 and YAS-103) DO NOT have a connection for an external subwoofer which I think makes a huge difference to my setup.

Edited By: MattC1971 on Dec 16, 2015 11:33
I have this soundbar. It's well worth the money. Sounds epic!
My Mrs has a LG bar of a similar price. Really poor sound quality.
The difference between them is night and day.
This is better posted under Audiovisual
It says on the same page that there is a newer model available and that it costs less
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YAMAHA NSF51 £169.95 @ RicherSounds

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6 years warranty and free delivery to UK This is better than the last deal - Tannoy Mercury V4 149.90 £ ??? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tannoy-mercury-v4dark-walnut-speakers-per-pair-6-year-gu…
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I prefer the Tannoy's (_;)
The fact is that Tannoy v4 is better than this yamaha,,I read some reviews/comparision and.. Tannoy is the winner :)
I prefer the Tannoy's (_;)
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EPHW22 BLACK YAMAHA earphones with Bluetooth - £26.99 with code @ Rakuten / PRC Direct

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I purchased these earphones a couple of weeks back at £45 which is typical really however a cracking set of earphones and now at a cracking price. £29.99 less 10% code CYBER10 code is for today only.…
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Yamaha RX-V479 Black 5.1 Channel AV Receiver w/ MusicCast £205.12 amazon.fr

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Well spec receiver for only £200
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279£ now?
Can you change the display language setting to English? it is probably in French..
Good price.
That's a nice amp
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Yamaha YAS-203 White £169.90 @ Amazon Dispatched from and sold by Peter Tyson Online. (incl. Delivery) Just 2 in stock

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Some details on Amazon: - Advanced Bass Extension Processing delivers a good amount of bass sound - Slim, low-profile soundbar design allows positioning in front of a TV - Soundbar produces expan…
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