Sony DSX-A500 DAB Bluetooth Car Stereo, £67.99 from amazon
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Sony DSX-A500 DAB Bluetooth Car Stereo, £67.99 from amazon

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Found 23rd Feb
Also from argos, same price.
  • Connect to a wide range of stations with DAB radio, and easily access the music on your smartphone via Bluetooth and NFC.
Product features:

  • iPod compatible.
  • Generates 220 watts RMS - the average measurement of a speakers output.
  • DAB/FM/AM radio.
  • 18 preset stations allow you to save your favourite radio stations in memory.
  • MP3 playback.
  • Equaliser.
  • Delivers traffic information via RDS/EON.
  • Balance and fader controls.
  • Bass and treble controls.
  • Bluetooth.
  • ISO connection.
  • USB port and AUX in for connectivity to external devices.
  • Detachable fascia for added security.
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ITMA1 h, 10 m ago

Here's a visual-aid to hep understand an Amazon price reduction.Has there …Here's a visual-aid to hep understand an Amazon price reduction.Has there ever been a more manipulative retailer?I like the price, and it gets a hot-vote from me.In my opinion, though, there should be legislation against intention-to-deceive on the part of retailers.[Image]


Yep, Currys. They raise the price and then give you a voucher code that discounts the price by most, but not all, of the price rise. They put things in Clearance at higher prices than it was before. They use product codes that are slightly different to the general sale item, so they can claim an exclusive and avoid price matching. Look at some of their price promises (tab on item page) and quite often they advertise they are more expensive, but you have to call them to get the cheaper price. Over Xmas they increased the companies they price match against up from the usual 6, but included Poundland and Harrods, just so they could quote numbers in their marketing blurb. Need I go on? If there is a more misleading and dishonest retailer out there than Currys, I'd be really surprised, and I'm not even going into the poor customer service and alleged dishonesty and borderline fraud that has been suggested of their store staff.
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Here's a visual-aid to hep understand an Amazon price reduction.
Has there ever been a more manipulative retailer?


I like the price, and it gets a hot-vote from me.
In my opinion, though, there should be legislation against intention-to-deceive on the part of retailers.




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Edited by: "Adult" 23rd Feb
ITMA1 h, 10 m ago

Here's a visual-aid to hep understand an Amazon price reduction.Has there …Here's a visual-aid to hep understand an Amazon price reduction.Has there ever been a more manipulative retailer?I like the price, and it gets a hot-vote from me.In my opinion, though, there should be legislation against intention-to-deceive on the part of retailers.[Image]


Yep, Currys. They raise the price and then give you a voucher code that discounts the price by most, but not all, of the price rise. They put things in Clearance at higher prices than it was before. They use product codes that are slightly different to the general sale item, so they can claim an exclusive and avoid price matching. Look at some of their price promises (tab on item page) and quite often they advertise they are more expensive, but you have to call them to get the cheaper price. Over Xmas they increased the companies they price match against up from the usual 6, but included Poundland and Harrods, just so they could quote numbers in their marketing blurb. Need I go on? If there is a more misleading and dishonest retailer out there than Currys, I'd be really surprised, and I'm not even going into the poor customer service and alleged dishonesty and borderline fraud that has been suggested of their store staff.
Dan_Monkfield27 m ago

Yep, Currys. They raise the price and then give you a voucher code that …Yep, Currys. They raise the price and then give you a voucher code that discounts the price by most, but not all, of the price rise. They put things in Clearance at higher prices than it was before. They use product codes that are slightly different to the general sale item, so they can claim an exclusive and avoid price matching. Look at some of their price promises (tab on item page) and quite often they advertise they are more expensive, but you have to call them to get the cheaper price. Over Xmas they increased the companies they price match against up from the usual 6, but included Poundland and Harrods, just so they could quote numbers in their marketing blurb. Need I go on? If there is a more misleading and dishonest retailer out there than Currys, I'd be really surprised, and I'm not even going into the poor customer service and alleged dishonesty and borderline fraud that has been suggested of their store staff.


You're not keen on Currys then?
Bad reviews for these on Halfords site,apparently alot of problems with the DAB radio not booting up...also there's no CD player on this unit which isn't really made clear in any descriptions i've read.
dans19721 h, 37 m ago

You're not keen on Currys then?


You pays your money and takes your chances. I would price match at John Lewis if I ever saw a bargain on there, although, chances are, they would have a slightly different model number........
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BattleBeast153 m ago

Bad reviews for these on Halfords site,apparently alot of problems with …Bad reviews for these on Halfords site,apparently alot of problems with the DAB radio not booting up...also there's no CD player on this unit which isn't really made clear in any descriptions i've read.


It has tape player, what's a CD?
zed6849 m ago

It has tape player, what's a CD?


8 track?
My cheapo Aldi CD/MP3/Bluetooth car radio still going strong after 5 years...
jamgin23 h, 0 m ago

My cheapo Aldi CD/MP3/Bluetooth car radio still going strong after 5 …My cheapo Aldi CD/MP3/Bluetooth car radio still going strong after 5 years...


So's my 17 year old Corolla.
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