Denon DM41 £199 (black only) at Richer Sounds, plus get 20% off speakers over £150 or use this price to get at £179.10 from Superfi
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Denon DM41 £199 (black only) at Richer Sounds, plus get 20% off speakers over £150 or use this price to get at £179.10 from Superfi

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Found 13th MayEdited by:"jazzuk777"
Got posted before (credit to @evolva225) and I'm mystified why it went cold, but this price is back on at Richer Sounds and you can use it for the price match guarantee at Superfi to get it as cheap as I think it's ever been new (and that was when this trick was posted before). Or save on some speakers instead if you buy it at Richer Sounds.

Anyone whose had one of its predecessors will know how great the Denon minis are.

Will probably go cold again, but if it helps someone I'm happy with that.
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Noice jazzy.
Mrswitch49 s ago

Noice jazzy.


I might just get it myself. I love my dm38 but Bluetooth would be great
jazzuk7773 m ago

I might just get it myself. I love my dm38 but Bluetooth would be great


Was looking at this personally.
Mrswitch2 m ago

Was looking at this personally.


I'd be incredibly surprised if this isn't hands down better. Pair with a pair of Wharfdale Diamonds for under £50 and it will be awesome. This series wins hifi awards with every iteration and well deserved too.
jazzuk7772 m ago

I'd be incredibly surprised if this isn't hands down better. Pair with a …I'd be incredibly surprised if this isn't hands down better. Pair with a pair of Wharfdale Diamonds for under £50 and it will be awesome. This series wins hifi awards with every iteration and well deserved too.


Totally agree with you, but it's just plain ugly.
The Sony would fit into my sitting room better.
I know that sounds ridiculous, but the other half likes things to look nice.
We decided it looks cool, and will do everything we need it too in our small sitting room.
I have a dm40 never regretted buying it
Paired with mission speakers both bought from richer sounds
Edited by: "intuder" 13th May
Mrswitch2 m ago

Totally agree with you, but it's just plain ugly. The Sony would fit into …Totally agree with you, but it's just plain ugly. The Sony would fit into my sitting room better. I know that sounds ridiculous, but the other half likes things to look nice.We decided it looks cool, and will do everything we need it too in our small sitting room.


Fair enough, user reviews look positive. The Denon absolutely blew me away though. I came to it from a set of award winning budget separates to save room and I expected to have to settle for less exciting sound... far from it. I don't know what witchcraft Denon use but it works!
Great product. Had an older Denon F101 paired to some Eltax and then Q Acoustics 2020i. Absolutely excellent. You will never go wrong with Denon.
Does it do thick as well as medium toast?
Mmm... Denon
Have been watching the DM40 and 41 for a while and this is a great price.

Was looking to pair with the Q-Acoustics 3020 as they can be had for a good price now their upgraded range is here now.

Find it a hard choice between Denon and this though

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JohnnyUtah12 m ago

Have been watching the DM40 and 41 for a while and this is a great …Have been watching the DM40 and 41 for a while and this is a great price.Was looking to pair with the Q-Acoustics 3020 as they can be had for a good price now their upgraded range is here now.Find it a hard choice between Denon and this though https://www.richersounds.com/marantz-mcr611-blk.html?nosto=nosto-page-product3


£100 extra for dnla is more than it's worth to me- YMMV.
doctorblue20 m ago

Does it do thick as well as medium toast?


If you have their albums then yes it should play them...
Denon=🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
I have the dm40 and it has amazing sound. Such a big powerful sound from a small micro system. This is a good deal.
pity RS don't offer this with their own matched speakers, what would those in the know recommend....never got round to replacing my teac reference 200 when the cd player died and now starting to save towards a new micro system, Denon been on the wish list for a while, and eyeing up Onkyo
Cracking little system, replaced a TEAC 300 and hasn't disappointed in any way
Nice one ^^
Hard one to vote on I feel....I guess it depends what you want out of a system. After recently moving and looking for a bedroom hi-fi I looked into mini systems against full stereo receivers and feel they are poor value in comparison unless you are specifically after a mini system due to needing reduced real estate of around 12cm width, or have a very small room.

Granted this has an integral CD player but no DLNA and low wattage output. After doing some research myself for £30 more than this Amazon.de had an Onkyo TX-8130 which I feel offered way more value for money, ymmv.
Cold, I've seen a Sony for a similar price.
cicobuff15 m ago

Hard one to vote on I feel....I guess it depends what you want out of a …Hard one to vote on I feel....I guess it depends what you want out of a system. After recently moving and looking for a bedroom hi-fi I looked into mini systems against full stereo receivers and feel they are poor value in comparison unless you are specifically after a mini system due to needing reduced real estate of around 12cm width, or have a very small room.Granted this has an integral CD player but no DLNA and low wattage output. After doing some research myself for £30 more than this Amazon.de had an Onkyo TX-8130 which I feel offered way more value for money, ymmv.


As I mentioned before I bought one of its predecessors expecting a step down from my separates system but was really impressed. For most living rooms you are not going to be able to use its full output let alone more. Maybe if you have a detached house in the country and don't want your ear drums anymore...
DudleyGuy4 m ago

Cold, I've seen a Sony for a similar price.


You're kidding right?
Edited by: "jazzuk777" 13th May
jazzuk7774 m ago

As I mentioned before I bought one of its predecessors expecting a step …As I mentioned before I bought one of its predecessors expecting a step down from my separates system but was really impressed. For most living rooms you are not going to be able to use its full output let alone more. Maybe if you have a detached house in the country and don't want your ear drums anymore...


Not really, just because an amp has a higher power output doesn't relate to volume, I prefer to have my speakers driven with less tolerance of sound distortion, as said ymmv.
jazzuk7773 m ago

You're kidding right?


Ermmm no, Sony focus purely on premium audio visual. A company that's products range from audio to yogurts, can't be compared.
What about a mini Yamaha system as an option?

I have the previous version of the model linked below and it's been superb. The network features, internet radio, Spotify connect, etc has been rock solid on mine. I have it driving some old Quad (11L) bookshelf speakers and it sounds lovely.

I haven't used this company before, but cheapest I could find... powerdirect.co.uk/catalog/product/view/id/10319/s/yamaha-crxn470d-network-micro-hifi-cd-dab-internet-radio-exc-spkrs/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwxN_XBRCFARIsAIufy1b9TtMmHE2nOktl5BKenXuFE4yLPCmWNEeaQeVB8h7naFgvWVPe0hkaAic8EALw_wcB
Edited by: "SuperFlyBlues" 13th May
Mrswitch7 h, 1 m ago

Mmm... Denon


Haha I got it but maybe no-one else did .
Thank you! A great price for a great system. Going to get a second, as it's brilliant for my needs and the sound is super
DudleyGuy9 h, 55 m ago

Ermmm no, Sony focus purely on premium audio visual. A company that's …Ermmm no, Sony focus purely on premium audio visual. A company that's products range from audio to yogurts, can't be compared.


"Ermmm" find out some more about Denon then come back and delete your post. You'll thank me for it...
Edited by: "jazzuk777" 14th May
Baffled that they’ve removed the USB input. I’ve got the DM38 and the only thing I lament it not having is Bluetooth. It’s a phenomenal piece of kit.

With both Bluetooth and USB (which also charged my phone) it would be the perfect solution to my needs.
cicobuff9 h, 42 m ago

Not really, just because an amp has a higher power output doesn't relate …Not really, just because an amp has a higher power output doesn't relate to volume, I prefer to have my speakers driven with less tolerance of sound distortion, as said ymmv.


I have a semi detached 1930s house and the system never gets driven even close to maximum for fear of disturbing the neighbours and it's a low distortion system. In fact I don't think I have ever gone up to 50%, nor needed to. I really don't think it would be a problem for most people without a stately home.
jazzuk7777 m ago

I have a semi detached 1930s house and the system never gets driven even …I have a semi detached 1930s house and the system never gets driven even close to maximum for fear of disturbing the neighbours and it's a low distortion system. In fact I don't think I have ever gone up to 50%, nor needed to. I really don't think it would be a problem for most people without a stately home.


Once again, stop associating wattage to volume disturbance.
cicobuff4 m ago

Once again, stop associating wattage to volume disturbance.


You'lll notice that I didn't.
jazzuk7776 m ago

You'lll notice that I didn't.


"system never gets driven even close to maximum for fear of disturbing the neighbours ". Since when has driving speakers had anything to do with disturbing neighbours? Volume is volume.


If anyone is interested in a mini system and I get the advantages amongst the disadvantages, as I said ymmv, then the link above to the Yamaha which also provides DLNA offers way better value, therefore for me where I was on the fence with this deal in comparison to a full size stereo receiver it is now cold against direct competition.
wotguvnotmeguv1 h, 18 m ago

Baffled that they’ve removed the USB input. I’ve got the DM38 and the only …Baffled that they’ve removed the USB input. I’ve got the DM38 and the only thing I lament it not having is Bluetooth. It’s a phenomenal piece of kit. With both Bluetooth and USB (which also charged my phone) it would be the perfect solution to my needs.



wotguvnotmeguv1 h, 18 m ago

Baffled that they’ve removed the USB input. I’ve got the DM38 and the only …Baffled that they’ve removed the USB input. I’ve got the DM38 and the only thing I lament it not having is Bluetooth. It’s a phenomenal piece of kit. With both Bluetooth and USB (which also charged my phone) it would be the perfect solution to my needs.


Yes that's a shame but I probably won't need the USB with Bluetooth
Edited by: "jazzuk777" 14th May
wotguvnotmeguv1 h, 19 m ago

Baffled that they’ve removed the USB input. I’ve got the DM38 and the only …Baffled that they’ve removed the USB input. I’ve got the DM38 and the only thing I lament it not having is Bluetooth. It’s a phenomenal piece of kit. With both Bluetooth and USB (which also charged my phone) it would be the perfect solution to my needs.


I have the Denon DM38 also. I agree Bluetooth would be nice but I use a Chromecast on the Portable In input and use Google Play Music for cloud storage. There are a number of Bluetooth adapters available but I haven't tried them. A little messier maybe.
cicobuff58 m ago

"system never gets driven even close to maximum for fear of disturbing the …"system never gets driven even close to maximum for fear of disturbing the neighbours ". Since when has driving speakers had anything to do with disturbing neighbours? Volume is volume.If anyone is interested in a mini system and I get the advantages amongst the disadvantages, as I said ymmv, then the link above to the Yamaha which also provides DLNA offers way better value, therefore for me where I was on the fence with this deal in comparison to a full size stereo receiver it is now cold against direct competition.


The Yamaha has Dnla, this has multiple hifi awards for sound quality as do the previous versions. Based also on my dm38 which has absolutely fantastic sound, unless dnla is important to you, this would still be the choice to have.
jazzuk7772 h, 3 m ago

The Yamaha has Dnla, this has multiple hifi awards for sound quality as do …The Yamaha has Dnla, this has multiple hifi awards for sound quality as do the previous versions. Based also on my dm38 which has absolutely fantastic sound, unless dnla is important to you, this would still be the choice to have.


With the cost of network receivers and the lessening use of CD Players I think most people would be interested in DLNA, sound is subjective I know some people love the warm sound of Yamaha...over the years after having the likes of Sony, NAD, Marantz, Yamaha, Onkyo and Pioneer and Denon I do find Yamaha sound somewhat coloured, but there again the majority of people buying a micro system surely would be after convenience and features in an all in one unit than so called fantastic sound. At least they are a step up from Sonos and the like.
cicobuff51 m ago

With the cost of network receivers and the lessening use of CD Players I …With the cost of network receivers and the lessening use of CD Players I think most people would be interested in DLNA, sound is subjective I know some people love the warm sound of Yamaha...over the years after having the likes of Sony, NAD, Marantz, Yamaha, Onkyo and Pioneer and Denon I do find Yamaha sound somewhat coloured, but there again the majority of people buying a micro system surely would be after convenience and features in an all in one unit than so called fantastic sound. At least they are a step up from Sonos and the like.


I really do think these ones do have a great sound, certainly at least equal to a lot of decent budget separates. In fact this seemed sonically a step up from my separates system, which was built from the best budget separates of the time, when I was expecting a step down. I'm not exaggerating, I really was very surprised.
jazzuk7775 m ago

I really do think these ones do have a great sound, certainly at least …I really do think these ones do have a great sound, certainly at least equal to a lot of decent budget separates. In fact this seemed sonically a step up from my separates system, which was built from the best budget separates of the time, when I was expecting a step down. I'm not exaggerating, I really was very surprised.


Glad you are happy. If your intentions are solely getting this for bluetooth and nothing has changed from your predecessor unit other that I would reconsider if I was you.

Bluetooth streaming whilst sounding ok in the car really does not cut it on a home system for anything other than background party music. I would just consider buying a bluetooth phono adapter to plug into the aux socket.
jazzuk7775 h, 11 m ago

"Ermmm" find out some more about Denon then come back and delete your …"Ermmm" find out some more about Denon then come back and delete your post. You'll thank me for it...



Please don't delete the post. The more people laughing at you the better.
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