Denon PMA-520AE Integrated Amplifier £122.85 @ vodafonestore (eBay)
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Denon PMA-520AE Integrated Amplifier £122.85 @ vodafonestore (eBay)

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Why are vodafone selling everything but phones on their website?
Never knew they sold footstools!
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tempt

Never knew they sold footstools!



No you're mistaken with yogurt.
Clearly not Vodafone, but detailed as a company called kondor.co.uk based in Christchurch, but caveat emptor
Soooo ... what is this for exactly? Just to connect a CD player to?
Original Poster
mango.carrot

Soooo ... what is this for exactly? Just to connect a CD player to?



Turntable. CD player. Network player. PC. Phone. Anything analog.
Edited by: "rev6" 29th Mar 2017
rev6

Turntable. CD player. Network player. PC. Phone. Anything analog.



Thank you - was hoping it was something I could use for AV, instead of a ruddy huge amp ahh well
Cozworth806

Clearly not Vodafone, but detailed as a company called kondor.co.uk based … Clearly not Vodafone, but detailed as a company called kondor.co.uk based in Christchurch, but caveat emptor



But, the Vat number given, appears is, for vodafone?
Original Poster
mango.carrot

Thank you - was hoping it was something I could use for AV, instead of a … Thank you - was hoping it was something I could use for AV, instead of a ruddy huge amp ahh well



Just audio. No HDMI. You can use it for TV if it has RCA out or headphone port. Only 2 speakers.
alcopop

But, the Vat number given, appears is, for vodafone?



​Registered to a completely different address. Vodafone is based in Newbury.
Reckon it's simply a auction reseller that has nothing to do with the phone company. I remain to see evidence to the contrary. Not voted on deal in question, just point is don't buy on strength of brand
Kondor are a huge company that specialised in accessories, Vodafone will possibly have just contracted out all their accessory business to kondor - so it has the familiar face of Vodafone but everything is dealt with by kondor.
Personally used this Vodafone site about 6 months ago for a pair of Sony Bluetooth over the ears for £15 and they're still going strong after several gym sessions.
I bought this from them last month, great price with very quick delivery. With regards to the product, easy to use, great sound and fantastic build quality. Overall very good value for money
I would have thought that If they were not affiliated with Voda then they would have been shut down for using thier logo.
mango.carrot

Soooo ... what is this for exactly? Just to connect a CD player to?



I think you're supposed to sit on it.
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Cozworth806

​Registered to a completely different address. Vodafone is based in N … ​Registered to a completely different address. Vodafone is based in Newbury.Reckon it's simply a auction reseller that has nothing to do with the phone company. I remain to see evidence to the contrary. Not voted on deal in question, just point is don't buy on strength of brand



They ARE affiliated to the company in the sense Vodafone let them use their name on the store. But please be aware you are buying from kondor and not Vodafone (actually a good thing f my experiences are to go by). Kondor are also the company behind Kitsound, hence the proliferation of very cheap deals on Kitsound stuff on Voda's ebay site.

kondor.co.uk/par…ers

Edited by: "bellboys" 30th Mar 2017
It's a good amp for the price. Remote control moves the volume knob. What more do you want? :-)
rev6

No you're mistaken with yogurt.



​ related to danone..makers of actimel
Cold, can get a better quality Sony
cheaper
coastal

It's a good amp for the price. Remote control moves the volume knob. What … It's a good amp for the price. Remote control moves the volume knob. What more do you want? :-)


decent sound quality would also be good
Original Poster
spannerzone

decent sound quality would also be good



Indeed. But a remote controlled volume knob comes close.
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