Cambridge Audio Minx TV Bluetooth Sound bar/base £139.95 (including Richer Sounds VIP £10 discount)
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Cambridge Audio Minx TV Bluetooth Sound bar/base £139.95 (including Richer Sounds VIP £10 discount)

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Found 16th Dec 2014
£50 discount, making it the cheapest around.

*With the Richer Sounds £10 off a £100 spend discount for VIP members (just sign up for their newsletter) it works out £139.95.

Well reviewed product:
whathifi.com/cam…iew

trustedreviews.com/cam…iew

6.5-INCH SUBWOOFER
Minx TV has a built-in, downwards-firing subwoofer to boost bass. Unlike sound bars, there's no need to plug in an external sub. And because the sub points downwards, positioning is unimportant and the speaker cone is safe from knocks.

Drive units: 2 x 57mm (2.25'') Balanced Mode Radiator (BMR) drivers
1 x 165mm (6.5’’) subwoofer
Connectivity: Bluetooth
Optical digital input
RCA and 3.5mm analogue input
Amplifier power output: 100W (2 x 25W, 1 x 50W subwoofer)
Colour: Black
Dimensions (WxHxD): 560 x 120 x 300mm (22 x 4.7 x 11.8 inches)
Weight: 5.2kg (11.5lbs

cambridgeaudio.com/pro…-tv

4 Comments

'£50 discount, making it the cheapest around.'

I thought Richers owned Cambridge Audio and nobody else sold it. How can it be 'cheapest around' if it is only around in one store?

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CHEEPSTUFFRULES!

'£50 discount, making it the cheapest around.'I thought Richers owned … '£50 discount, making it the cheapest around.'I thought Richers owned Cambridge Audio and nobody else sold it. How can it be 'cheapest around' if it is only around in one store?



well its more expensive at amazon amazon.co.uk/Min…4VW

and its more expensive on Cambridge Audio's website: cambridgeaudio.com/pro…-tv

^ Sold on Amazon by..... Cambridge Audio and also through their own website. I am not making a comment on the product as I have not heard it, just making a point about it being an 'own brand' type of hifi for Richers. I have had a few CA boxes in the past and still use one of their DABs in my main system so I don't have a problem with the company.

It's just a bit daft for them to set an RRP and then sell it for less, when they are the only people selling it!

CHEEPSTUFFRULES!

'£50 discount, making it the cheapest around.'this might clarify the … '£50 discount, making it the cheapest around.'this might clarify the relationship.I thought Richers owned Cambridge Audio and nobody else sold it. How can it be 'cheapest around' if it is only around in one store?



This might clarify matters a bit:
Cambridge Audio is an Audio Partnership brand as is Mordaunt Short, Gale and Opus Technologies.Guess who owns 51% of Audio Partnership?
Julian Richer of Richer Sounds.
CA do make some great kit though even if their designs are a bit bland at times.

Edited by: "Copperface" 17th Dec 2014
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