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JVC UX-D427S Wireless Hi-Fi System - Silver - £127.97 at Currys
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JVC UX-D427S Wireless Hi-Fi System - Silver - £127.97 at Currys

£127.97£189.9933%Currys PC World Deals
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Posted 18th Dec 2018

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Seems to be a good reduction from original £200 price. My local store had no stock, so I popped over anyway for a listen to see if it was worth it before ordering one online for my son. I liked the sound for the price, tested with a range of sources as loudly as I could without attracting too much attention to myself.

Great features for the price - DAB+, Bluetooth, optical in, USB and it even has a quirky Compact Disc player! Whilst it sounded nice for the price I think the valve amp is probably a gimmick at this price point.

Available for order online and stock on some stores. Ordered online yesterday and being delivered today.
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It doesn't look that bad, for the system, probably throw the speakers out of the window and use others. And print off a SONY logo to stick over the JVC one.
I have a jvc mini system simular to this but not wireless and the sound quality is poor. I also have a sony mini system similar to this and the quality of the sound is like night and day.
Like I said, I had a listen and was surprised for the money. Well as best I could be in a busy open store. I'm not an audiophile by any means, but my main system is a Denon amp and Q Acoustics speakers and I use decent RHA earphones, so not conditioned to crap sound.

It's no Denon DM41 in build or sound but then it's not £230 with no speakers. Anything else with this feature set, in this price bracket either sounded awful or was incredibly tacky looking with shiny cheap plastic and more multi-coloured LEDs than your average 7ft Christmas tree. It's a first system for a 13 year old so I think he'll be happy enough. I wanted to get him the Denon and Q Acoustics 3020s but he's got enough gifts already and don't want to spoil him too much as he's a young toddler brother too. I'll give my 3010 rears a blast with it to see how acceptable / bad the bundled speakers are but it sounded alright in store. If it's a vast improvement I can give them to him and get myself some 3020 rears!
Are these actually made by JVC or by some Turkish firm who licenesed the name ?
philbean18/12/2018 10:26

Are these actually made by JVC or by some Turkish firm who licenesed the …Are these actually made by JVC or by some Turkish firm who licenesed the name ?


A lot of the old Japanese labels were sold off to be used under license in the UK since the tsunami.
I thought Hitachi was bought by Argos and jvc by Dixons group? I could be completely wrong of course!
Just placed an order. Fingers crossed with hope that my little boy will be happy with this as a Christmas present.
stressedman4 h, 34 m ago

A lot of the old Japanese labels were sold off to be used under license in …A lot of the old Japanese labels were sold off to be used under license in the UK since the tsunami.I thought Hitachi was bought by Argos and jvc by Dixons group? I could be completely wrong of course!



Brilliant !

So its basically a SAISHO.
Having endured a few days of it pumping Gorillaz, Forza Horizon and movies though walls and ceiling the bass is far from lacking and the clarity is something else for the price, considering it's only using standard speakers and bundled thin aluminium wiring. Certainly doesn't sound like no Saisho, Matsui etc I have come across in my 36 years! I'll have to cut him a few lengths of excess off my 2x4mm² copper cabling when I can be bothered de-terminating and re-terminating the banana plugs, though overkill on my system let alone one costing less than my centre speaker.
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