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All Peter Tyson Audio Visual Deals, Discounts & Sales for September 2018

Up to 40% of Kef R Series @ Peter Tyson Audio Visual
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
Still expensive, but worth a look if you’re thinking of upgrading. Floorstanders and centre speakers in sale. R500 down from £1500 to £1000 R700 down from £2000 to £1400
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There is nothing 40% off


I can’t even afford the £400 speaker stands..


Sell the amp


shame the LS50s aren't 40% off!


Had the same happen twice, once in and once out of warranty and they replaced both times without an issue. Is a bit of an issue with these subs though.

Manufacturer Refurbished - KEF M500 Headphones - Classic 2 year warranty £49 @ Peter Tyson
Found 9th SepFound 9th Sep
The unique technologies that underpin KEF’s passion for creating the most natural possible sound immerse you in the intense clarity and detail of the piece played live: vivid, spac… Read more

This was never £199.


Not in stock.


Superb price. Bought these when they were last reduced to £70. Pretty much new

Panasonic TX55EZ952b 55” OLED £1299 @ Peter Tyson Audio Visual
Found 24th AugFound 24th Aug
As per the title really; a certified 4K Pro HDR TV with the caveat being no Dolby Vision.
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I'm just curious. Why no love for Dolby Vision? Everything I've read says it's a huge improvement on HDR10. And isn't it a bit cleverer than just tweaking the settings? Its metadata allows each screen to allocate the best settings for the panel on a scene by scene, or even frame by frame, basis to allow for the best possible presentation of the picture by an individual TV. Happy to be corrected if I've misunderstood (especially as I'll be investing in oled soon), but surprised at the lack of love where everything I've read online on a side by side comparison suggest DV is well worth it.


Don't worry I'm just playing 'the game' (y)


Only the really low end models are, I think 40" and below are vestel. This an LG screen and panny know how


Thanks for the Plex tip, I had resigned myself to using the DLNA part, it's a good Saturday!


Yes, yes it is.

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Samsung 2018 range 43" 4k UHD smart TV UE43NU7400 only £418 at Peter Tyson (and John Lewis price match for 5 year guarantee)
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
Peter Tyson offering this 2018 model for just £418 (using code attached and shown on product page), which is by far the cheapest you'll get it. However, John Lewis agreed to price… Read more

Anyone got lucky who put in a request today?


Here's a screenshot of the page when the code was working (until around lunchtime today)


The voucher was directly on the product page on Peter Tyson's website. As the item is not longer available for purchase as out of stock, the voucher code isn't showing. My claim was approved on Sunday morning and JL would be able to check similar claims.


Not quite it’s a small step down as it’s a 7120 not a 7400. Slight differences can be seen here. amazon have it from a third party at 419 new and open box at 349.and direct with prime for 429.


Do you mind linking me to the 40" is that the same model?

Denon AVR-X2400H AV Receiver with KEF T105 AV Speakers £1200 @ Peter Tyson
Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Denon AVR-X2400H AV Receiver with KEF T105 AV Speakers When you buy the X2400 with the T105's you'll make significant savings. Not only that but we'll also included 40 metres of Sp… Read more

You download the HEOS app, once you've paired it with the Denon, you get a list of options from where to play music from, Spotify, Amazon, Soundcloud, Phone etc. That's it.


USB DACs work on iPhones.


Whathifi review was in 2011. Anyway I don’t think it matters in an older product such as this, rarely is there any actually new tech.


I have the Kef T101! My mistake I bought them with an Onkyo amp that long since gone, and yes my wife bought me them for me 6yrs ago when we moved into a bungalow as she hated the full size speakers and Rel subs I had!

3.5mm to aux jack...

Yamaha RX-V583 AV Receiver with KEF T105 AV Speakers £1200 @ PeterTyson
Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Yamaha RX-V583 AV Receiver with KEF T105 AV Speakers When buying the V583 alongside the T105 AV Speakers you'll make significant savings. Not only that but we'll also include 40 m… Read more

You'll never shut down the real Napster


I bought this in 2014 Yamaha YHT294B, never got around to setting it up lol due to wires put me off. It’s still boxed need to sell it and buy one that is wire free or can you make the old ones wireless somehow?


Had a Yamaha RXV365 for years now never had a problem with bad caps or blown power transistors still going strong. Surround sound steering could be better but you gets what you pay for! Richer Sounds is my usual - every decade or so lol (angel)


Not sure mate.


Cheers will try tonight

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KEF X300A Active Bookshelf Speakers £249 @
Found 25th JulFound 25th Jul
They also sell the Wireless version from £299 for white and 399 for black These are £599 on… Read more
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I had these delivered yesterday. Lovely clean sound. Very good stereo separation and glad i bought these. So much better the Creative speakers i was using before.


Absolutely, Apple Airplay works great on these. I have just bought these and they sound amazing!


They have a built in DAC. Use that (USB) 5 year warranty for active speakers is good I didn't enjoy the 300's but there you go 8)


A little sentence update from me too. From a PC speakers perspective these are replacing a set of Corsair SP2500 and prior to that Logitech Z2300. The KEF purely form a musical perspective is in a different league to the other pair, the base is tight and controlled, and not at all boomy, the mids are nice and prominent, and the treble shines all the way through, although at times can be a tad overpowering. Do I miss not having a sub? Not at all, the speakers are capable of vibrating the desk and go low enough (although obviously not chest pounding), and the set go loud enough for normal listening and they can easily fill a medium/large room. Can they be used for large gatherings/parties? Probably not, but they are not made for that. I have a set of Monitor Audio's for the home cinema which I play music from regularly, and I actually prefer the sound from the KEFs when it comes to music. If you're after well balanced speakers that are primarily used for personal listening, then don't look further than the KEFs.


Well, I decided to take a punt. Offered £280 for the wireless version that they have for sale on their eBay outlet store. The offer was accepted yesterday and I received them today. Very quick service! Unfortunately the speakers are a big disappointment so I thought I'd post my thoughts on here just in case anyone else was thinking of purchasing them. If at all possible, I would strongly recommend listening to them before ordering as I've just had to pay over £20 in courier fees to return them. Given the reviews I found online and the original RRP I was expecting them to at least compete with my 18 year old Tannoy Reveal monitors currently powered by an even older old Pioneer A-605R. I know that the KEF speakers are smaller and some space inside the cabinet will be taken up with the amp/DAC, but they sound appealingly tinny and flat. I've demoed KEF speakers before (Q300 and Q350) and I expected a vaguely similar sound, albeit perhaps lacking in the low end due to the more compact size. Sure enough the low end is poor as anticipated but actually it's the midrange that's the biggest let down. There's just no warmth or depth. You're left with a very lean, cold sound that I couldn't live with. Given the design philosophy of these speakers, I don't understand why they didn't do more DSP to aim for a flatter frequency response. Of course sound quality is subjective and this is just my opinion. But if like me you were considering the wireless version in order to act as a DLNA client, be aware that they neither support gapless playback (forgivable at this price) nor track seeking! I've never used a DLNA device that wouldn't allow you to seek to different parts of a track! It's a shame; they look the business, take up very little space and are very easy to set up. If anyone knows of a similar active speaker (with or without networking built in) that offers a better sound I'd be interested to know. Happy to spend more, don't mind if they take up more space, but I want to get rid of the bulky amp sat on my desk!

Sonos Playbase (WHITE ONLY) Incl 3 year extended warranty - £549 with Voucher (SAVE50) @ Peter Tyson AV
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Movies, sports, TV shows, gaming – the slim, low profile PLAYBASE adds dynamic, pulse-pounding sound to whatever’s playing on your TV. And streams your favourite music when your TV… Read more

OUT! (of stock)


Be interested to hear how you think the Beam sounds. I think the Beam would have been fine for my room but it came down to basic logistics of my TV (LG43 from the Bluelight/Sky deal) being quite low and the Beam would have blocked out the IR port. This might have been ok using HDMI ARC but it only has 3 HDMI ports. I also have alexa and google in everyroom anyway. I think people moaning about the Beam are partly just annoyed about no Airplay 2 for PlayBar and were also hoping for HDMI passthrough (i was) and DTS. Sonos connect only has stereo analog input and I've read mixed reviews about lag streaming to other sonos speakers (I was considering moving mine to use as a streamer to Sonos play1s). Sonos only supports Dolby Digital 5.1(not DTS or Atmos) so even if it could connect it would be pointless. Aside from that I think only Apple TV (probably best value for 4K purchases) and some 4K blu ray players support Atmos at moment. I'm not really bothered as not enough content for me and not tried it. I have used DTS amp (my old amp) and tbh I can't tell the between the two. I went Sonos as wanted to decluter but it isn't cheap to do the full 5.1. There was a good review on Engadget where the guy has the Beam and 2xplay1s for rears. I think that shoud be more then enough. I'd try watching some content first as I bet Beam will be good (maybe not as loud as the other two but with a lot of features extra).


Volume 7-8........ thats pretty damn loud! Nice post - Good to hear more info about the bass. My Beam has literally just been delivered for main TV, I was going to build a full surround sound but with Sonos (and perhaps needing the bass) its an expensive set up. So thinking Sonos in main room, and just buy a generic surround sound for the family/cinema room.


Weird one this. I bought the playbase a week ago (having other Sonos products). I have it linked to a pair of Sonos 1s for rears. I think listening to music above 7-8 (which is very loud in my small front room) and even at some points I'd want the sub. However, when watching movies (my primary purchase reason) I'd say no need for me. Watching into the Badlands and Ready Player one the Bass is amazing in proportion to the rest of the audio. This makes sense to me as all these are supposed to be TV first and music second. It still sounds really good for music and kicks out decent bass between 1-7 or 8 volume but anything over that Sonos starts to distort (I've found this to be the case with the Play 1s I've got too but not got the 3,5 or sub to compare). So in short 1) From all the reviews I read or watched (a lot when paying this price!) I'd say you are correct about the Bass 2) Airplay 2 isn't proper airplay on Sonos vs HomePod so don't buy if that is key to you (need to stream from Apple device vs cloud). 3) For music at very loud levels I'd say still need a Sub but not for Movies (this seems logical to an extent due to the audio source being 2.0 vs 5.1 which the playbase is more designed for).


Thanks for that - good to know! Obviously need to keep an eye on that. Know anyone that has had a reconditioned? Assuming they are like new as from Sonos direct?

Denon AVR-X2400H AV Receiver - £299.90 @ Peter Tyson
Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
Cheapest price I've seen it. Hoping someone else can find me a cheaper one!

I have this amp. Really happy with it.


Thanks for the enlightenment! I already rated this as hot which it is. Many thanks for posting the deal!


You say that like you know the difference between the two models, care to enlighten me, my friend? I'll give you a hint, the pictures on Richer Sounds show the model number has a H, in the description on Richer Sounds, they refer to it as "AVR-X2400H" and also, Denon do not even list an AVR-X2400 without the H on their website.


No my friend.. there is a H missing at the end of that model number.


Good to hear! They were "the expensive" hifi shop in Carlisle in the 80s and my dad used to avoid them. The other one, "Misons", was cheaper but is long gone. They've just moved to a swanky new place (ex Dairy Crest creamery!) so

SONOS Sub White (Open Box) with 3 Yr Warranty and Free Next Day DPD Delivery £579 @ Peter Tyson.
Found 21st JunFound 21st Jun
I ordered one of these today it should arrive tomorrow. The website says they are complete and in perfect condition. Open Box - Sonos Sub - White - Ref: OBF007. Original box and … Read more

Thanks Stu - been after one of these for ages, box had slight dent but was otherwise unopened - dented box rather than open box! They are well packaged so dent was into thin air inside.


You can often get factory reconditioned subs for £549 on the Sonos web-site


Well mine arrived in perfect condition as expected. Great enhancement to my current setup in the lounge (Playbar + 2 x Play 1’s).


currently listening to the chillis on mine ( and playbar ) Sonos are amazing! I have the black one, would like a white one but wouldn't match my room, HEAT!


Going cold as people think Sonos is overpriced... I am not one of those people...

Panasonic DMP-UB300EB HDR10 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray Player £119 @ Peter tyson
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
For a cheap Ultra HD 4K Bluray player with HDR10 this seems like a cracker. No Dobly VIsion support but otherwise looks sound. Review… Read more
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Lots of discs incompatible though I've read on Xbox forums


Only 1 hdmi out on might be a problem for people without 4K amps.


I got the superior ub390 which is the ub400 without wi fi for £129.99 before Christmas. So this is cold too me. 10 quid more for superior model is no brainer. It's also ultra hd premium unlike the 300.


So you’re going off your own hunch and two articles you’ve ‘googled’ that are from a couple of years ago and yet the format is still going strong. The 4k library is consistently growing.


They did particularly well to get Blu-ray as the market leader over HD-DVD. Selling the hardware in the PS3 at less than cost was something that paid off at least

Sonos Playbase in white (black £50 extra), free delivery, 3 year warranty £599 from Peter Tyson.
Found 2nd MayFound 2nd May
Seems like the lowest price about at the moment for either colour for those after one of these.

Sonos has always been expensive and justified it with its Multiroom audio USP along with decent audio quality... Now that smarthome devices like Google Home/Amazon Echo offer the multiroom audio functionality within a more reasonable budget I think it's appeal is dwindling to many....


We’ll start seeing these discounts more and more for the base. An FCC filing in the US made by Sonos appeared to describe a ‘home theater speaker with HDMI connector’ - all suggest it’s a smart soundbase and/or smart soundbar

LG OLED55B7V 55" Ultra HD OLED TV @ Peter Tyson -  £1599
Found 30th AprFound 30th Apr
Just seen this on Peter Tyson for £1599 John Lewis have it for £1799 as does Richersounds... Ive requested a price match... Anyone find any cheaper from a reputable seller? Wou… Read more

Hmm, how bizarre there appear to have been a number of price related comments from me but I never posted any of them myself. I guess my account may have been hacked


FYI I'm in costco and they have the b7 for 1859 Inc vat. Someone mentioned it was cheaper elsewhere in store... Nope. Not in Bristol anyway.


AO via eBay have it for 1599 then 10% on top... Any good? Works out 1439...


I remember this one but it was after this. Plus I had some trouble with richer sounds who knocked some more off for me XD


Wasn’t it this one you price matched? You were commenting on it at the time but it was £1399

Denon AVRX2400 in stock at peter Tyson at £329 and price matched by RS
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Denon av amplifier 2400 available at 329 at peter Tyson and got it price matched by RS. I know it was at 299 few weeks back and I missed out then. Still a good bargain then at curr… Read more

Well your authority is wrong. a) Onkyo are Japanese, not Chinese. b) Onkyo bought out Pioneer in 2015. Denon is owned by the same company as Marantz (even higher end). c) Pioneer / Onkyo stuff is still different anyway ?

5nowman Looking at the photo.. where would you connect the sub woofer ? never setup a 5.1 with amp before. This item looks ideal with the Q Acoustics 5.1 Speaker Package. I just can't see where the sub plugs into (sorry if its a silly question)


If it dropped that low, then it would be a great deal


Hold out longer May/June is denon new range release. £249 is my bet or £230


Totally agree with you, £319.00 is currently a great price. Non of us have a time machine so although it was a good deal at £299.00, its still currently a good deal at £319.00

Sony STR-DN1080 AV Receiver with KEF T305 AV Speakers Black/White £1649.60 @ Peter Tyson Audio Visual
Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
I've personally used these speakers in my current house. But moving house soon and agreed to leave the surround sound installation behind. I paid £2100 for the speakers and subwoof… Read more

Is this still a good deal are the better speakers av


I paid more for my first setup, love them that much, I'm buying them again


This worth the money or ott for a first setup ?


Think it's pretty similar tbh. I came across the Denon first. But just felt sony seemed to get a little more love from reviews. Also feel a Sony will look slightly more fitting with a playstation on the unit haha


How would a Denon avrx2400h compare to this sony amp? seen a similar deal but for £50 cheaper with the denon rarther than the sony, both look more or less the same to me

Bose SoundLink Around-Ear Wireless Headphones II - Black £159 @ Peter tyson
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Bose SoundLink Around-Ear Wireless Headphones II - Black 2 year warranty

£179 now, expired


They are great headphones - I bought them last year for £164 - just sold them for £80


How they compare to KOSS Porta Pro?


Just done this and JL have already price matched (on a bank holiday too - great customer service) so thank you for the tip. Much prefer to purchase from a company like JL...


Great idea. Thanks

Bose QuietComfort 35 MK II Headphones - £269 @ Peter Tyson AV
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
QuietComfort wireless headphones II are engineered with world-class noise cancellation. And now they're even better. With the Google Assistant built in, you can play music, receive… Read more

Thanks for the heads up for John Lewis to price match


These headphones have been this price for a while at various retailers, RGB and PRC direct are two of them. I submitted a price match to John Lewis for this price. I am still 50/50 on whether I want to go through the hassle of purchasing the P20 because you can't claim the headphones for another 3 or 4 weeks, and you won't even get them until May, so you have to hold onto the phone for a month and faff about with an online form where you MUST have all of the receipts and details they require. I also see the fact the headphones are RRP'd on the P20 deals as a bit of a problem, because it means most of the eBay/Gumtree prices will be about £300 which means they'll still be well above many online retailers, so there's no point waiting for those either.


bitcoin5 wrote: If you are not buying a Huawei P20 Pro for £600 to get a pair of these free, this is a fab price for them!  P20 Pro for £600...have you a link Works out £550 for the pro on O2 refresh with the free headphones. O2 will also unlock it.


Heat added. I had already purchased this last week and it’s a good deal. Yes, Huawei are offering it for free with a phone but tbh I don’t think most people would want to part with £600+ to get it free and then sell the phone, too much hassle. I tried these headphones at the airport on duty free and they are absolutely lightweight and amazing.


He means P20! Pro is £799

Manufacturer Reburbished - KEF M500 Headphones - Classic - £79 @ Peter Tyson
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
Manufacturer Reburbished - KEF M500 Headphones - Classic 2 year warranty

got mine today and i had to return it...the left ear was dangling from the wire ..was also not in a great condition


Got mine today. Worn for four hours without discomfort. Walked around and no slippage as mentioned in some user reviews. My bald top may play a role in that though. Looking forward to trying them through a quality source. Only used a phone so far.


KEF M400 Headphones £29.99 delivered through HMV online - not sure how they compare, though having looked on youtube, these are said to be the next model up but a more compact version, not as good but are still decent nonetheless.


Most user reviews I read stated good comfort levels, Especially for those who wear glasses.


They don’t look very comfortable. Anyone know if they are?

4K OLED TV LG OLED55B7V - £1369 @ Richer Sounds - Price Beat or £1389 @ Peter Tyson
LocalLocalFound 30th MarFound 30th Mar
The TV is available at Peter Tyson for £1389 using the code SPRING-55b7-100 (5 year warranty)…b7v However, Richer Sounds will price beat if you call the… Read more

Samsung makes such great tellies. I am sure you will enjoy it.


Kool thanks for the response I ended up going for Samsung led TV will wait for oled TV once my daughter is older lol


Switching off power saving helps a lot. Plus changing gamma (there are 3 options) solved the problem. However changing OLED LIGHT option from default 30 to 100 made huge difference. This is what makes image pop. Interestingly, playing HLG videos from YouTube forces telly to ignore your settings and use the ones encoded in video. And that means bumping up OLED LIGHT to 100 anyway. When video stops TV reverts to your settings. Once you see HLG you will always want to keep OLED LIGHT at 100. Picture just looks stunning. Changing it to the original 30 initially looks too dim but after a few seconds your eyes will adjust fine. It still looks great. Think of OLED LIGHT as addional wow factor scale. If it wasn't for potential OLED burn in I would most definitely keep it at 100.


Hi what's your foughts on oled now? Did the picture get brighter?


Hi how's your views on the gaming as I heard they dimmed the brightness??