Onkyo HTX22HDX 2.1 Home Cinema £149.95 @ Richer Sounds instore
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Onkyo HTX22HDX 2.1 Home Cinema £149.95 @ Richer Sounds instore

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Found 17th Jun 2013
Site says limited availability but nice price if there's one near you.

Extra speaker to make up to 5.1 for £49.95. (Mind you, by that stage you're into proper entry level AV receiver territory.)

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thirdorder

Site says limited availability but nice price if there's one near … Site says limited availability but nice price if there's one near you.Extra speaker to make up to 5.1 for £49.95. (Mind you, by that stage you're into proper entry level AV receiver territory.)




bought one from RS last year ... good quality system have some heat from me

Hot from me - I have one of these and it's amazing! Especially with the extra speakers!!

I had one for last three years great quality

I have the older version. Fantastic surround speakers. Quality is amazing, easy to setup with built in audio room calibration and takes up less space because the amplifier is built into the sub-woofer.

Excellent find, i was looking at this a while ago but around £199 in the sale. It's probably worth checking the system for damage or missing control etc at your local store . The small print states that the remaining devices are either ex display models or customer returns. Heat though!

The extra speakers are now rarer then rocking horse **** had a mad dash to Nottingham when realised they were being discontinued as I had been putting off buying while studying masters. This is a great little system with or without the extra speakers. I only have enough room for 3.1 but the center does make a big difference (for me but like I said 2.1 great too!) I dont think these are the usual Richer Sounds bashed up option as have to say staff service was amazing when went for first time in three years...at this price this is a total bargain and only reason is because being discontinued (probably replaced with same spec, new design, twice price!)....HEAT!

Fantastic offer... Have some heat!

Using mine for computer speakers and it supports HDMI.

Also be interested to see if Super Fi would price match it!

forgot to say the speaker connections are generic so this makes it even better as as long as you get right spec can just add your own center or rears...think quite a few owners have the speakers contained as rears and own front two plus center choice!

better off with Sony instead of this no name (_;)

cold, not sanyo

I don't understand how this can combine a sub and a/v receiver into such a small package yet every other standalone a/v receiver is huge.

AST3R

I don't understand how this can combine a sub and a/v receiver into such … I don't understand how this can combine a sub and a/v receiver into such a small package yet every other standalone a/v receiver is huge.


It is fairly bog standard though

http://www.reviewexplorer.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/HTX-22HDX.jpg

Ha ha ha ha........no! Just stop.




the cool

better off with Sony instead of this no name (_;)

I have one of these it's a great piece of kit. I replaced the front stereo pair with a pair of Acoustic Energy Compact one's which are small enough to sit on the shelf under the tv and are a much more capable speaker for music which the supplied satellites don't handle very well.

I get the feeling you need more than an amp and speakers for a home cinema. A screen, a projector, blu-ray player, some seats, and some overpriced sweets.

renderman

I get the feeling you need more than an amp and speakers for a home … I get the feeling you need more than an amp and speakers for a home cinema. A screen, a projector, blu-ray player, some seats, and some overpriced sweets.


I'm pretty sure anyone that buys this has a TV, some form of media, seats, and some wotsits.

What's the remote control like on this?
Does it have a corded "eye" connected to the amp as the woofer would go behind my telly so unless it has I'm going to have to perform some gymnastics every time I want to alter something on it!
And I've got a dodgy hip.

dannymc5

What's the remote control like on this?Does it have a corded "eye" … What's the remote control like on this?Does it have a corded "eye" connected to the amp as the woofer would go behind my telly so unless it has I'm going to have to perform some gymnastics every time I want to alter something on it!And I've got a dodgy hip.



That remote connector you see is for other onkyo equipment. The remote is ir.

the cool

better off with Sony instead of this no name (_;)



Oh come on dude, don't confuse people who come here looking for actual advice (or make your sarcasm more obvious). For those who'd like to know, Onkyo is a fantastic brand, and "the cool" is trolling.

This is a great offer, I was about to buy a few months back when it was around £200 which was still good price. All positive reviews on Amazon too. My only problem is that I can't enjoy this great system while the kids are in bed at night, so what's the point. I then bought a 7.1 wireless headset and enjoy games and movies without waking up anyone

I have it too, it's great. and a bargain. I chose this because it takes less space that a separates system. I also got the rear speakers. Recommended.

Great system, bought one full price about 18 months ago. I would recommend getting a centre speaker though.

Great kit connected to TV via HDMI and unit switches on and off with the TV. never used the remote control once it was set up. also bought the additional speakers.

Had one these for a couple of years..really good!

rev6

It is fairly bog standard though


Here's a denon 1513. Pretty much the same number of i/o yet it's over twice the size.

http://i.i.com.com/cnwk.1d/i/tim/2012/04/25/Denon_AVR-1513.jpg

Well,

AST3R

Here's a denon 1513. Pretty much the same number of i/o yet it's over … Here's a denon 1513. Pretty much the same number of i/o yet it's over twice the size.


It's not the size that counts

moonkeh

Oh come on dude, don't confuse people who come here looking for actual … Oh come on dude, don't confuse people who come here looking for actual advice (or make your sarcasm more obvious). For those who'd like to know, Onkyo is a fantastic brand, and "the cool" is trolling.


Its called tradition not trolling

In case anyone was thinking of making the trip, the one in Bournemouth is missing the remote

I currently have my TV hooked up to my laptop with HDMI. I connect a set of speakers with an already attached 3.5'' cable out to go in to the "3.5'' audio IN" on my laptop. Would I be able to use the HDMI in and out on this to transmit audio and picture?

(HDMI from puter in to Onkyo, then HDMI out from Onkyo in to TV - carrying sound and pic?)
Edited by: "BridgetSpeirs" 18th Jun 2013


Its well past its sell-by date. Give it up, its annoying and no one finds it or you funny. I
the cool

Its called tradition not trolling

trigger_andy

Its well past its sell-by date. Give it up, its annoying and no one finds … Its well past its sell-by date. Give it up, its annoying and no one finds it or you funny. I


ok grumps

trigger_andy

Ha ha ha ha........no! Just stop.



Onkyo have been going for forty years at least, but tend to sell through hi-fi outlets rather than fridge, curlers and cooker shops like Currys.




I know, its the dumb rehash of a very tired joke that just is not funny anymore.

carburant

Onkyo have been going for forty years at least, but tend to sell through … Onkyo have been going for forty years at least, but tend to sell through hi-fi outlets rather than fridge, curlers and cooker shops like Currys.

trigger_andy

I know, its the dumb rehash of a very tired joke that just is not funny … I know, its the dumb rehash of a very tired joke that just is not funny anymore.



At least not when mr Buzzkill is around

At least that was funny!

the cool

At least not when mr Buzzkill is around

Anyone recommend a centre speaker ?

Thanks

BridgetSpeirs

I currently have my TV hooked up to my laptop with HDMI. I connect a set … I currently have my TV hooked up to my laptop with HDMI. I connect a set of speakers with an already attached 3.5'' cable out to go in to the "3.5'' audio IN" on my laptop. Would I be able to use the HDMI in and out on this to transmit audio and picture?(HDMI from puter in to Onkyo, then HDMI out from Onkyo in to TV - carrying sound and pic?)



yes...thought if you might want to invest in something like this (which I have) for laptop..
http://store.turtlebeach.com/audioadvantagemicroii.aspx

Thats only if your laptop doesn't have optical out. The main reason would be digital sound is better! With this system you probably could just use HDMI from laptop in configuration you said to a spare hdmi slot on the amp thinking about it though...i just prefer optical cable from this as less bulky and i use all the hdmi slots! The choice is yours!
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