Panasonic SC-GA10EB (Black) Smart Speaker with Google Assistant Brand New Instore £69.95 @ Richer Sounds
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Panasonic SC-GA10EB (Black) Smart Speaker with Google Assistant Brand New Instore £69.95 @ Richer Sounds

£69.95£9929%Richer Sounds Deals
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Posted 8th NovAvailable: NationalEdited by:"thetarget"
Edit: Please note that currently the get deal button is not going to the web page with the product offer. I have messaged the HUKD to look into it In the meantime I have pasted the stores with stock in a comment.

At time of posting:
AO.com is selling for £199 ao.com/pro…a10 but has sold them in the past for ~£99.

Peter Tyson (black or white version) and RGB Direct has stock for £149 and £99 respectively.

This instore deal at Richer Sounds (It's recommended to phone a store with stock to check they have it and reserve before going there):

13 available Brand New instore £69.95
8 On Display instore £69.95
5 Open Box instore £65.95

Click on the 'Click Here to check availability button on the web page to view the stores with stock.

Brand new ones come with 6 year VIP Guarantee. See: richersounds.com/pan…tml Remind them to include it or ask customer services.

Turn the equaliser to flat/neutral in settings (Probably in the Panasonic App for this but could be Google Home App - I forget which has the setting) and then these sound very good. Seem to be a bit too bass heavy fresh out of the box otherwise.

Can be paired in the Panasonic Music Control app to do stereo if you get/have two of these speakers.
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I think something with the HUKD referral thing has messed up the link. The speaker is still available at several stores.
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Bath 0333 900 0088
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Brighton 0333 900 0039
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Bromley 0333 900 0051
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Cambridge 0333 900 0053
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Cheltenham 0333 900 0057
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Chester 0333 900 0063
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Edinburgh 0333 900 0026
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Eton 0333 900 0087
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Exeter 0333 900 0061
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Glasgow 0333 900 0038
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Guildford 0333 900 0050
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Kingston 0333 900 0040
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Leeds 0333 900 0025
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Liverpool 0333 900 0030
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London City 0333 900 0045
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London Southgate 0333 900 0085
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Maidstone 0333 900 0062
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Nottingham 0333 900 0035
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Romford 0333 900 0041
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Stockport 0333 900 0022
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Tunbridge Wells 0333 900 0082
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Watford 0333 900 0037
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Weybridge 0333 900 0083
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thetarget08/11/2019 21:38

Try …Try https://www.richersounds.com/clearance-bargains/in-store/40/panasonic-sc-ga10eb-blk.html?instorehttps: //www.richersounds.com /clearance-bargains/in-store/40/panasonic-sc-ga10eb-blk.html?instore take the spaces out


I think you should change the link, the first one above works, otherwise it will get cold. It's getting late, so don't expect much heat from the night watchers, they are not generous at all.
Voted hot! Apart from the fact the link takes you to OOS, I wonder if there is any explanation why a branded smart speaker at this price gets cold (was cold before my vote). I wish those voting cold to be forced to leave comments before voting. This is a very good price.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 8th Nov
sheffield78808/11/2019 21:51

I think you should change the link, the first one above works, otherwise …I think you should change the link, the first one above works, otherwise it will get cold. It's getting late, so don't expect much heat from the night watchers, they are not generous at all.



Well that was the link I put as the deal link but for an unknown reason it was going to a different web page on richersounds.com and not the one with the store info and prices etc. Hopefully the HUKD Team can sort it out shortly. In the meantime I added a list of stock at the various stores which have this item. Yep, I don't expect much heat from night voters. Maybe I should have posted in the morning but I am not doing this for the temperature rating. I've been helped out by other members on the site and hopefully this will help someone or a few people out who want a smart speaker with Google, Bluetooth and Aux connection.
Got one from Richer Sounds clearance a couple of weeks ago (even cheaper).
Good sound, Spotify, google music, tune in. You can cast Amazon music via WiFi through android devices but not through iPhone (u can use Bluetooth through iPhone though).
2 setting for Bluetooth - quality and compatibility . I Didn’t realise and was on Bluetooth setting 1 which is worse quality. Default is 2 so it should be ok out the box. The Quality is still better through online / wifi services over Bluetooth as per usual. Works with Google home and it’s own Panasonic software.
Good price. Good overall sound uncluding decent bass.
Biggest let down is the separate power brick which is annoying.
Edited by: "iceburglettuce" 8th Nov
thetarget08/11/2019 22:14

Well that was the link I put as the deal link but for an unknown reason it …Well that was the link I put as the deal link but for an unknown reason it was going to a different web page on richersounds.com and not the one with the store info and prices etc. Hopefully the HUKD Team can sort it out shortly. In the meantime I added a list of stock at the various stores which have this item. Yep, I don't expect much heat from night voters. Maybe I should have posted in the morning but I am not doing this for the temperature rating. I've been helped out by other members on the site and hopefully this will help someone or a few people out who want a smart speaker with Google, Bluetooth and Aux connection.


I also do not post for the heat, the problem is once a few vote cold, people don't even look in the deal. I posted a really good deal IMO for a 2 in 1 tablet/laptop, got freezing cold but received only positive comments. If people would have had opened the deal, they would have seen the positive comments. At some point one of the comments was 'I don't get why this is cold when every single comment is positive'.
sheffield78808/11/2019 21:53

Voted hot! Apart from the fact the link takes you to OOS, I wonder if …Voted hot! Apart from the fact the link takes you to OOS, I wonder if there is any explanation why a branded smart speaker at this price gets cold (was cold before my vote). I wish those voting cold to be forced to leave comments before voting. This is a very good price.


Thanks,

Unsure why it is going to the wrong web page as I am rather confident I pasted in the correct link when setting up the deal. These were selling for well over £200 when they got released in 2018.

I wish there was something to justify a cold vote like you say as deals may not show a clear representation. Deals posted in the evening and more so at night seem to get more cold votes from my experience. Usually if it is a decent deal then the hot voters take up the baton when they surface in the morning. I think Friday nights is probably one of the worse times to post a deal for cold votes for little reason. I'd be fine with cold votes if it was a deal which was already posted or a better price is at another store etc.
sheffield78808/11/2019 22:20

I also do not post for the heat, the problem is once a few vote cold, …I also do not post for the heat, the problem is once a few vote cold, people don't even look in the deal. I posted a really good deal IMO for a 2 in 1 tablet/laptop, got freezing cold but received only positive comments. If people would have had opened the deal, they would have seen the positive comments. At some point one of the comments was 'I don't get why this is cold when every single comment is positive'.


There are some funny folk on HUKD. I posted a deal that went hot but most of the comments were negative. The most negative one got lots of likes too. I expected the deal to go stone cold. I have seen some really good deals voted cold. I think sometimes, people vote cold if they don't know what the item is, or have no use for it. They don't consider if it is an actual good deal or not. Some folk just want everything really cheap too.
thetarget08/11/2019 22:21

Thanks,Unsure why it is going to the wrong web page as I am rather …Thanks,Unsure why it is going to the wrong web page as I am rather confident I pasted in the correct link when setting up the deal. These were selling for well over £200 when they got released in 2018.I wish there was something to justify a cold vote like you say as deals may not show a clear representation. Deals posted in the evening and more so at night seem to get more cold votes from my experience. Usually if it is a decent deal then the hot voters take up the baton when they surface in the morning. I think Friday nights is probably one of the worse times to post a deal for cold votes for little reason. I'd be fine with cold votes if it was a deal which was already posted or a better price is at another store etc.


I absolutely agree. Well, I can tell you that I've got very few products from the deals I've posted, but most that I've got were these where people voted cold. They were wrong with every single one, everything I've got well worth the price I've paid.
iceburglettuce08/11/2019 22:16

Got one from Richer Sounds clearance a couple of weeks ago (even …Got one from Richer Sounds clearance a couple of weeks ago (even cheaper).Good sound, Spotify, google music, tune in. You can cast Amazon music via WiFi through android devices but not through iPhone (u can use Bluetooth through iPhone though).2 setting for Bluetooth - quality and compatibility . I Didn’t realise and was on Bluetooth setting 1 which is worse quality. Default is 2 so it should be ok out the box. The Quality is still better through online / wifi services over Bluetooth as per usual. Works with Google home and it’s own Panasonic software. Good price. Good overall sound uncluding decent bass.Biggest let down is the separate power brick which is annoying.



Was that with the recent 10% off clearance items voucher for VIP members? I bought one when that deal was on. I haven't tried casting Amazon music yet. Did try playing stuff from my PC via Bluetooth such as music videos on YouTube. May plug an Amazon Echo Dot 3rd Gen in via the AUX and see how the sound goes.

My only concern is if and when Panasonic will update the firmware to keep things up-to-date with it. Did ask them but got a rather wishy washy reply that customer services didn't know and depends if and when the tech team produce one.......don't understand why they didn't just ask the tech team which customer services were supposed to from my enquiry which I had to chase for an answer after several days. I suppose they didn't want to commit to an answer. A sales person did say manufactuers are supposed to support for 6 years by law but they may try to get out of it somehow.

This evening I sorted out stereo pairing which was rather straightforward to setup the second speaker and then pair it with the first for stereo sound. In doing so, only one speaker responds when I say ; "Hey/Hi Google....". It finds and plays YouTube music without me needing a premium account in stereo now. Basically if I say "Hey Google play me something by _____" it goes and says "Check out this YouTube channel based on ____" and starts playing that channel.
Loubou08/11/2019 22:30

There are some funny folk on HUKD. I posted a deal that went hot but most …There are some funny folk on HUKD. I posted a deal that went hot but most of the comments were negative. The most negative one got lots of likes too. I expected the deal to go stone cold. I have seen some really good deals voted cold. I think sometimes, people vote cold if they don't know what the item is, or have no use for it. They don't consider if it is an actual good deal or not. Some folk just want everything really cheap too.



If I don't know what something is, what it does or if the price is actually decent; I either look into it if I have time and curiosity gets the better of me. Otherwise I don't vote as I don't have a clue if the item and/or price is any good and whether alternative products may be better. Some people may just vote either way for the sake of voting. At least the majority tend to vote the right way on most deals. Therefore the voting system generally works as it is meant to but there will be deals which temperatures result in .
Loubou08/11/2019 22:30

There are some funny folk on HUKD. I posted a deal that went hot but most …There are some funny folk on HUKD. I posted a deal that went hot but most of the comments were negative. The most negative one got lots of likes too. I expected the deal to go stone cold. I have seen some really good deals voted cold. I think sometimes, people vote cold if they don't know what the item is, or have no use for it. They don't consider if it is an actual good deal or not. Some folk just want everything really cheap too.


The hottest deal I've posted was for the Google Smart Hub, open box with US plug from eBay, £64, got over 1000 hot. Same day somebody posted a deal for Lenovo Smart Display, sealed and with warranty, £15 cheaper than my deal. While most of the comments on my deal suggested the Lenovo is superior (and I agree, also was sealed and with warranty), my deal went twice as hot. A few days ago I posted a deal for a JBL speaker, did not reach 100 hot, I've posted that deal a week before for £5 more and got close to 300 hot. I absolutely do not understand how some people vote...
sheffield78808/11/2019 22:30

I absolutely agree. Well, I can tell you that I've got very few products …I absolutely agree. Well, I can tell you that I've got very few products from the deals I've posted, but most that I've got were these where people voted cold. They were wrong with every single one, everything I've got well worth the price I've paid.



For most things it is easy to find customer reviews on at least one or more websites to get an ideal if an item is worth buying even if it is cold on here.

A bugbear is how Fulfilled by Amazon items are generally not allowed on here. Genuine reviews can be outstanding for a product but the seller doesn't have enough feedback. Even if or they aren't Fulfilled by Amazon. Usually Amazon is very good at sorting out issues so members shouldn't have much hassle having to return an item which is Fulfilled by Amazon or even one from there which wasn't if it did turn out to be not as expected. Buying through eBay or Amazon is a little different than purchasing directly from a newly discovered website. Things are a little too overprotected but I see to a certain extent where the HUKD Team are coming from.
thetarget08/11/2019 22:36

Was that with the recent 10% off clearance items voucher for VIP members? …Was that with the recent 10% off clearance items voucher for VIP members? I bought one when that deal was on. I haven't tried casting Amazon music yet. Did try playing stuff from my PC via Bluetooth such as music videos on YouTube. May plug an Amazon Echo Dot 3rd Gen in via the AUX and see how the sound goes. My only concern is if and when Panasonic will update the firmware to keep things up-to-date with it. Did ask them but got a rather wishy washy reply that customer services didn't know and depends if and when the tech team produce one.......don't understand why they didn't just ask the tech team which customer services were supposed to from my enquiry which I had to chase for an answer after several days. I suppose they didn't want to commit to an answer. A sales person did say manufactuers are supposed to support for 6 years by law but they may try to get out of it somehow.This evening I sorted out stereo pairing which was rather straightforward to setup the second speaker and then pair it with the first for stereo sound. In doing so, only one speaker responds when I say ; "Hey/Hi Google....". It finds and plays YouTube music without me needing a premium account in stereo now. Basically if I say "Hey Google play me something by _____" it goes and says "Check out this YouTube channel based on ____" and starts playing that channel.


Aux from echo is never good. You can Bluetooth from an echo to it. As noted you can cast from Amazon music via Android device. I negotiated the clearance price. Was more than 10%.
Free you tube includes adverts and you can’t just play an album or just 1 artist, but is what I often do for ease of use.
A word of warning, the Panasonic streaming app is awful! The speakers in the range are pretty good if you can find a deal.... I have three SC-ALL6, great enough for sound quality etc but the app is so frustrating, I am slowly changing over to sonos
dsmsli09/11/2019 07:48

A word of warning, the Panasonic streaming app is awful! The speakers in …A word of warning, the Panasonic streaming app is awful! The speakers in the range are pretty good if you can find a deal.... I have three SC-ALL6, great enough for sound quality etc but the app is so frustrating, I am slowly changing over to sonos


What don't you like about the Panasonic App? I haven't fully used it but it and the GA10 speakers seem to be able to play and do what I want and the App changes its settings as it should.
I am finding the GA10 only responds to my voice after doing the voice set up. If I try speaking to it in a different voice (higher or lower etc) it doesn't respond to me. Good to know so neighbours can't shout out to instruct it whilst I am out! Although I previously had the smart speaker turned off when not in use and will probably still turn the two off going forwards.
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