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Denon AVR-X3400H 7.2 AV Surround Receiver - £629.10 at superfi
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RRP: £899 but most places are selling it for £699 Use voucher code: CYBER2017 Enjoy a superb surround sound experience with the latest audio formats including Dolby Atmos and D… Read more

cantbRssed15 h, 36 m ago

It doesn't have an optical out, but I dont see any reason why it shouldn't …It doesn't have an optical out, but I dont see any reason why it shouldn't work via HDMI. However it might be worth looking at other alternatives if all you need is an optical switch.....the technology in AVRs is updated soooo fast these days, and they depreciate massively. (My 4 year old £1k Pioneer is now worth less than £150) If you are going to be getting a full suite of speakers in the next 3 months, go for it, but if more than six months, it would probably be worth looking into HDMI switches, or a second hand but much older AVR, eg a Denon 1911 could be picked up for £50-£75 (but won't pass through 4k if you need that).fwiw, a set of speakers to do this justice will be £1k to £2.5k. Of course it will work with lesser speakers, but you could use a much cheaper AVR and not notice the difference.


Very useful, thanks. Think I'll wait until I can afford amp and speakers at the same time and see where technology is at that point rather than trying to increment my way towards the end state

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It doesn't have an optical out, but I dont see any reason why it shouldn't work via HDMI.

However it might be worth looking at other alternatives if all you need is an optical switch.....the technology in AVRs is updated soooo fast these days, and they depreciate massively. (My 4 year old £1k Pioneer is now worth less than £150) If you are going to be getting a full suite of speakers in the next 3 months, go for it, but if more than six months, it would probably be worth looking into HDMI switches, or a second hand but much older AVR, eg a Denon 1911 could be picked up for £50-£75 (but won't pass through 4k if you need that).

fwiw, a set of speakers to do this justice will be £1k to £2.5k. Of course it will work with lesser speakers, but you could use a much cheaper AVR and not notice the difference.

So, possibly a stupid question. Could I hook up a bunch of inputs to this (multiple consoles, Sky box, CD player etc) and then output sound to a soundbar via HDMI/optical?

I know it wouldn't get the best out of the unit by a long way, but I'd need to save up for a bit before buying a full set of speakers. Is the method I've outlined possible in the interim?
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LG Signature OLED 4K 77" TV - £12k off  £7999 @ Superfi!
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If only I could afford one!

i got my oled65e7v delivered yesterday, the 2 x drivers said they just dropped off a 75" LG before me ,

davidchrisrobertson11 h, 4 m ago

You're not factoring the thousands of hours in R&D, marketing, support, …You're not factoring the thousands of hours in R&D, marketing, support, patents, distribution, testing and the huge cost of successfully making a single flawless oled panel.


Flawless?, I don’t think!

Gibss20th Nov

Boom! I'll get two. One for the toilet.


Gibss20th Nov

Boom! I'll get two. One for the toilet.


Gibss20th Nov

Boom! I'll get two. One for the toilet.


An LG wouldn’t even be good enough for a toilet

Don't spend it all keep some for tv licence 🤣

GrumpyJo20th Nov

Just goes to show how much mark-up is thrown onto this if they can knock …Just goes to show how much mark-up is thrown onto this if they can knock 12G off it and still make a profit no doubt


You're not factoring the thousands of hours in R&D, marketing, support, patents, distribution, testing and the huge cost of successfully making a single flawless oled panel.
Bose QC35 noise cancelling wireless headphones - £259 @ Superfi
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Not the latest version but a good deal nevertheless

avalonsunset15 m ago

Just did this as well.. got the QC35 II for 269.99!


Well done - enjoy them. Posting which JL you went to might help someone else.

Publix9th Nov

John Lewis will price match. Fill out online form @jl.After a previous …John Lewis will price match. Fill out online form @jl.After a previous similar post on hukd ..I price matched this model but got the latest qc35II (for the price match price) at JL Stratford City.Love them.

Just did this as well.. got the QC35 II for 269.99!

LotusJas9th Nov

I've had both. I sold my Bose and bought the Sony. They really are a lot …I've had both. I sold my Bose and bought the Sony. They really are a lot better. Even noise cancelling is slightly better, with less noise, and none of the pressure effect on my ears.


I used to have the pressure effect with my Bose, but a software update (late last year?) seems to have fixed it for me. Just bought another pair, thanks OP

JL seem to have got wise, declined my price
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TheShadowWalker10th Nov

John Lewis got back to me with the price match of the QC35 II. Changed my …John Lewis got back to me with the price match of the QC35 II. Changed my mind and not going to buy it though

Hiya, could you forward that email by any chance? They price matched me to series 1 hehe
Thanks!
Monitor Audio Bronze 5 - 5.1 (Rose Mahogany) & Pioneer VSX330 £1099 @ Superfi (price matched)
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Monitor Audio Bronze 5 - 5.1 Speaker Package in Rose Mahogany for £1099! Richer Sounds, Sevenoaks Audio etc all have this at £1486+. The other colours are slightly higher in price… Read more
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Yeah, no good. Must be the amp. Gone back now, need to find something else....

allginger20 h, 49 m ago

Mine arrived yesterday with the SR7011, sound terrible and going back. Had …Mine arrived yesterday with the SR7011, sound terrible and going back. Had to flip the volume to 70-80% to get it above TV speakers volume. I was left disappointed, It’s all set up correct, there must be a fault but my faith has gone


Either its the amp then or your are doing something wrong. Can't possibly be that every single speaker isn't working. Have you tried just having the two fronts plugged in?

MIDURIX17 h, 23 m ago

When I got mine, the Bornze BX6s were better than some of the silvers. I …When I got mine, the Bornze BX6s were better than some of the silvers. I have these ones as fronts. [Image]

Have the Bronzes ever been granted Silver standard tweeters?

Mine arrived yesterday with the SR7011, sound terrible and going back. Had to flip the volume to 70-80% to get it above TV speakers volume. I was left disappointed, It’s all set up correct, there must be a fault but my faith has gone

Rhythmeister8 h, 3 m ago

If you like the Bronze speakers you'll love the Silvers


When I got mine, the Bornze BX6s were better than some of the silvers. I have these ones as fronts.
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Tannoy Eclipse 3 floorstanding speakers £198 @ Superfi
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£100 off the RRP. I think this is currently the best offer for these speakers.

Looks like a bargain....Unfortunately, not any more. Gone back up to £299
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Furyous23rd Oct

You keep telling yourself that.From a performance perspective, Hi-Fi sound …You keep telling yourself that.From a performance perspective, Hi-Fi sound reproduction is a mature technology, and has been for decades. That means stereo. It means big speakers. It means quality, discrete, mostly analogue electronics. Because that model delivers the best, most authentic, most immersive experience. It's all about quality. Quality analogue electronics don't come cheap; Quality full range speakers don't come small.Bluetooth speakers, sound bars, surround-sound-in-a-box, even Sonos: It's all just mass market, plastic, convenience-driven, short-life-span, disposable crap. Like it or not, it doesn't even hold a candle to the best technology of the 1950s (e.g. Quad ESL57 & Quad II). Not by a long shot. For that reason, much of that equipment still exists and is still serviceable, 60 years later! More broadly speaking, there's still a niche but significant market for traditional stereo HiFi today, despite prolonged predictions of its demise. It's not gone away because it's still the benchmark for performance, whatever the budget.Components like these Tannoy speakers reside near the bottom of the ladder, but with a decent amp, they'll comfortably out-perform any mass-market, app-controlled, wireless, one-box widget. Try it


I'd hate to think what my HiFi costs, I know it's in thousands.
It annoys me when I go to a retailer and they insist on giving me a demo of some "magic" box that does everything, just because I was curious having a look at it, then I cringe when they proceed to tell me how I will be blown away and that hifi separates are outdated.

Furyous23rd Oct

You keep telling yourself that.From a performance perspective, Hi-Fi sound …You keep telling yourself that.From a performance perspective, Hi-Fi sound reproduction is a mature technology, and has been for decades. That means stereo. It means big speakers. It means quality, discrete, mostly analogue electronics. Because that model delivers the best, most authentic, most immersive experience. It's all about quality. Quality analogue electronics don't come cheap; Quality full range speakers don't come small.Bluetooth speakers, sound bars, surround-sound-in-a-box, even Sonos: It's all just mass market, plastic, convenience-driven, short-life-span, disposable crap. Like it or not, it doesn't even hold a candle to the best technology of the 1950s (e.g. Quad ESL57 & Quad II). Not by a long shot. For that reason, much of that equipment still exists and is still serviceable, 60 years later! More broadly speaking, there's still a niche but significant market for traditional stereo HiFi today, despite prolonged predictions of its demise. It's not gone away because it's still the benchmark for performance, whatever the budget.Components like these Tannoy speakers reside near the bottom of the ladder, but with a decent amp, they'll comfortably out-perform any mass-market, app-controlled, wireless, one-box widget. Try it


Couldn't have put it better myself

Furyous14 h, 22 m ago

I think you've missed my point. There are various, equally valid …I think you've missed my point. There are various, equally valid approaches and configurations for that mature audio technology. True active speakers (i.e. crossover before amplification) have also been around for decades, and can offer some of the very best performance and value. In fact, that's what I use (ATC). I've also had plenty of passive kit. That can sound just as spectacular - but usually at greater expense and with more clutter than a well sorted active system. Dynaudio kit is almost all superb, active or passive. There's no 'one way' to do it when it comes to performance, and personal preference also comes into it. I should also say that you can still enjoy convenience and performance, but just don't expect both from one small box.


No that I can entirely agree :-) sorry it s just I see too many people defending 80's hifi tech. In the end because of this it s hard to find a goood affordable active, digital souce and wireless system. Yes atc dynaudio kef etc...do a very good job but it s not very affordable is it?

Stephen_r5 h, 22 m ago

I agree for the mono crappy speakers where people go for covinience of …I agree for the mono crappy speakers where people go for covinience of smartphone bluetooth connection rather than quality. But you are so wrong in saying that 80's passive speakers with separate elements are better than today s technology. Look up dynaudio activ speakers for example. Wireless is done by wifi which has almost no loss compared to bluetooth. Real active spraker use one amp per woofer and tweeter which is much better than loss prone passive filters. This tech has been used in studio monitors for years and for a good reason. Your kind of reasoning is why most modern hifi is either crap mono bluetooth speaker or 80 s outdated tech. It s sad how much progress we have made in so many industries but hifi. I used active studio monitors and feed them wireless music through a 30 pound chromecast audio and I m very happy with the sound. My wife not so much with the looks. Sadly only a couple brands like dynaudio kef are ready to take the technology leap...because of you 80 s music ancestors sad....tannoy makes great studio monitor I dare to try the 8 inch reveal against those tower speakers



I think you've missed my point. There are various, equally valid approaches and configurations for that mature audio technology. True active speakers (i.e. crossover before amplification) have also been around for decades, and can offer some of the very best performance and value. In fact, that's what I use (ATC). I've also had plenty of passive kit. That can sound just as spectacular - but usually at greater expense and with more clutter than a well sorted active system. Dynaudio kit is almost all superb, active or passive.

There's no 'one way' to do it when it comes to performance, and personal preference also comes into it. I should also say that you can still enjoy convenience and performance, but just don't expect both from one small box.
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Bose SoundSport wireless in-ear headphones £124 at  superfi
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Although currently OOS (so will probably get rated cold), you can order now for delivery at this price, in Black or Blue. Citron is still £149.95.

John Lewis have price matched these for me if anyone wants to buy them from there instead. Just email them...

Got these last week for a present. Was OOS as well when I checked but within a day was available again. Couldn’t find price close to this last week but see some prices closer to 130.00 now as opposed to 149.95 from Bose. Think there is 2 year guarantee from superfi for these.
KEF Q200C Centre Speaker with 5 Years Guarantee  £174.95  Superfi
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The KEF Q200c is a compact, 3-way, speaker with performance beyond its modest size. Fitted with one of KEF's point source Uni-Q drivers it delivers a generous and full performance.… Read more

Based on looks, I wish I'd gone KEF over Tannoy. They do look smart. Can't complain on the sound front though.

Bought one when I posted this at £188 and it went hot. It's a great speaker.
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Excellent centre speaker for the price, purchased one a couple of months ago for £180.
Wharfedale DX1 HCP 5.1 Home Cinema Speaker System refurbished with 2 year guarantee  £179@ superfi
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THIS HOME CINEMA SPEAKER SYSTEM HAS BEEN REFURBISHED BY THE MANUFACTURER AND IS SUPPLIED AS NEW. Good speakers for the price,its company refurbished with full 2 year warranty
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Is this a powered or passive sub?

EDIT: Chat answered, ordered, thanks OP. Got this with the Pioneer amp that was £170 on here.

Edited by: "adam0812" 10th Apr

No speaker wire included.Worth noting.

you_gotta_be_kidding

surely the denon set for £149 would be a better buy?



Wharfedale has great reputation, they have a better track record as speaker manufacturer's

The Yamaha NSP40 package on same website is £116 NEW, how much better are these refurbs? Will be mostly used for gaming, then streaming amazon/netflix and a little music.

paulpso

But that's the point. you're gonna spend the same money again on an amp … But that's the point. you're gonna spend the same money again on an amp to drive them. Might as well just get a used/refurb z5500. Most folks will just plug the toslink into the back of the tv and have it forward dd/dts/2ch lpcm



Eeh, I have a Z5500 at my vacation home and a proper Yamaha A/V with a set that is similar to, but a little better than this. While the Z5500 is great, the difference is huge. The price difference is for good reason. Just because I like my Fiat and I would not spend more on a car, it does not mean I'll start pushing it in threads about Mercedes deals...
KEF Q400B Subwoofer £299 @ Superfi
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Best part of £500 everywhere else. For £300, I don't think you can pick up a better sub.
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-BA-

XXLS400-DF here; love it!


Or monolith :-)
Mine on its way

XXLS400-DF here; love it!

Im another bk holder, impressed with their stuff but can't comment on the kef.

babylon

I have a full set of KEF Q's that are great, And a PSW2000 that I had to … I have a full set of KEF Q's that are great, And a PSW2000 that I had to dump cos of one of a few known issues, Love the speakers, But wouldn't touch a subwoofer again, And you can get better for 300 quid, Or a smidgen over, It's BK


Thank you for showing me BK products, hadn't heard of them until now. They really look outstanding for the money!

babylon

I have a full set of KEF Q's that are great, And a PSW2000 that I had to … I have a full set of KEF Q's that are great, And a PSW2000 that I had to dump cos of one of a few known issues, Love the speakers, But wouldn't touch a subwoofer again, And you can get better for 300 quid, Or a smidgen over, It's BK



Still got a PSW2000 attached to my PC. Had to get the plate amp fixed as it went bye-bye but some kind chap off AVF repaired it. Whilst it was off for repair bought a REL, dog doesn't like it.
Denon SYS-2020 5.1 Speaker system  £149.99  Superfi
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Also available for same price at Richersounds - in store only Includes accessory pack: 30m speaker cable 3m RCA cable for the subwoofer 20 non-slip rubber pads

merkin51

Shameless thread promo there mate... not even remotely similar deals.



It wasn't in vain. They managed to earn it a cold vote.

smreid

Hi mate, I'd also be interested to know what wireless adapter you are … Hi mate, I'd also be interested to know what wireless adapter you are using with the sub. Cheers



It's a Dayton Audio WS-12. Bought mine from Amazon marketplace in late 2015. Works OK. Does add some delay but can fix that in the surround amp by adjusting the speaker distances. Looks like there might be a slightly different model available now - Dayton Audio Sublink - about £15 more than I paid for mine, likely due to exchange rate.

Weren't many options available and googled a few forum threads before settling on that model. Would not have gone for wireless, but wife did not want sub-woofer on display and was snookered by position of fireplace and no carpet to hide cables under.

Andy1179

Boston Acoustics and Denon have same parent company, so likely they are … Boston Acoustics and Denon have same parent company, so likely they are related products. My Soundware XS 5.1s are over 6yrs old now and still going strong. Excellent sound for their size, very discrete if you can hide the sub (I use an adapter to make the sub wireless)


Hi mate, I'd also be interested to know what wireless adapter you are using with the sub. Cheers

Babbler

I think he is implying the amp is too good for these speakers. However … I think he is implying the amp is too good for these speakers. However that is the amp I'm thinking of getting for these speakers..


Ah I see, I got some mission floor stands speakers but wouldn't these go well with them?

slamukdeals

Hi,What do you mean way better? The AVRX2200 is a AV receiver?


I think he is implying the amp is too good for these speakers. However that is the amp I'm thinking of getting for these speakers..
KEF Q500 Speakers (Pair) in Black - £349 @ Superfi
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RRP 699£, has been sold for £399 earlier, now only £349 for an amazing pair of floor standers. Just bought myself a pair today from Superfi.co.uk Also available for same price fr… Read more

Finally got them yesterday. Have hooked them up as fronts on Sony STR DN 1050 with Focal 5.1 dome speaker set up as 7.1.
Major upgrade on music.

How do these compare to the kef iq5 and iq9s??

I thought that might be the case (_;) This thread has got me thinking again... if I sell this speaker and that stand I no longer use I can afford a pair of..... very dangerous for the bank balance! The kef q900 is only 700


Edited by: "jltk87" 16th Jan

jltk87

Got a pair of mordaunt short mezzo 2's paired with a bk df sub powered by … Got a pair of mordaunt short mezzo 2's paired with a bk df sub powered by my Yamaha Rx v673, sounds great to my ears. I also use a pair of old ms pageant 2 speakers as my everyday speakers whilst at my desk as they sound great at lower volumes powered by my old ms amp.How would these speakers compare? worth upgrading? never had floor standing speakers. I only use my sub for movies mostly. thanks.



You would have to hear these to know. Not a great answer I know

Got a pair of mordaunt short mezzo 2's paired with a bk df sub powered by my Yamaha Rx v673, sounds great to my ears. I also use a pair of old ms pageant 2 speakers as my everyday speakers whilst at my desk as they sound great at lower volumes powered by my old ms amp.
How would these speakers compare? worth upgrading? never had floor standing speakers. I only use my sub for movies mostly. thanks.
Denon AVRX3300W £629 Superfi
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Highly rated AV receiver best price Ive seen it at. What HiFi awards 2016 Best home cinema amplifier £500-£1000 The Denon AVR-X3300W 7.2 channel AV receiver delivers true 3D surr… Read more

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Winner !

£609 at Hifonix Free delivery

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Sennheiser IE80 £134.95, was £269.95 @ SuperFi
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At the top of the Sennheiser IE range are the IE80s. Superb in-ear portable earphones with a staggering adjustable bass performance, clear mid-range and a precise and detailed treb… Read more

marcusholden90

As a general rule IEM's (in ears) will always sound better than on ears … As a general rule IEM's (in ears) will always sound better than on ears so if you're after pure sound quality go down this route. I have some pretty good on ears e.g. B&W P7 / fidelio X1 / B&O H8 and these beat them for sound



Agree with marcus, IEM's definitely sound better, though I do LOVE the B&O H8's too! I'm not that big a fan of the Momentum's if I'm perfectly honest. My audio preference is more neutral like the B&O Beoplay range / Sennheiser IE80

megatron20

would you recommend these over an over ear headphone ? like the 2nd gen … would you recommend these over an over ear headphone ? like the 2nd gen momentums for example ? I'm not really bothered about size just sound quality.


As a general rule IEM's (in ears) will always sound better than on ears so if you're after pure sound quality go down this route. I have some pretty good on ears e.g. B&W P7 / fidelio X1 / B&O H8 and these beat them for sound

I ordered a pair yesterday. Got Flubit to create an offer (use Amazon or John Lewis if you're an elite customer) and they saved me an extra £15. Also run your order through Quidco for 11% cashback. After cashback they should have cost me around £107.

doodalon

these are brilliant, had mine for roughly 3 years now and they sound even … these are brilliant, had mine for roughly 3 years now and they sound even better now than when I first wore them. fantastic detail in audio, hugely expensive but I'd still highly recommend them at full retail, so £130~ is a superb price.



would you recommend these over an over ear headphone ? like the 2nd gen momentums for example ? I'm not really bothered about size just sound quality.

these are brilliant, had mine for roughly 3 years now and they sound even better now than when I first wore them. fantastic detail in audio, hugely expensive but I'd still highly recommend them at full retail, so £130~ is a superb price.
Sonos Play:1 £125.10 Delivered at Superfi
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Use code BLACKTEN. For anyone who missed out on the Oldrids deal earlier. Also available in store.

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Your order has been picked and will be collected by our courier Parcel Force as soon as possible.

You will be able to track your delivery on the day our courier collects your order* via the link

Bonus! Can't believe I've got it at this price. Thanks OP

tony863

​I hear you...but I don't necessarily agree. I am looking for a system t … ​I hear you...but I don't necessarily agree. I am looking for a system that I can use for music and home cinema depending on the situation. I plan to use the sound bar everyday and then turn on the play 1s in the background when we are enjoying a movie or watching a good game of footy. I will use the whole system as a music centre when we have friends and family round to socialise.im also buying an Echo or Dot from Amazon so I plan on using that in tandem with this system. most other systems I've looked at get inferior reviews or they are only great for one thing or the other...but not both.I'd be happy to hear your recommendations as I'm still not 100% set on this system. I just thought it was a great price so I grabbed it whilst it was available and can always pay the return costs if I decide it isn't for me.



If you want the full Sonos eco systems (which is great!) and include surround then I understand it, you will just pay a premium. There are better surround systems with wires for less or similar price.

I can't criticise the actually product.

I am sure it will work well for you.

139... so better buy from richards sound

sprite127594

Maybe a Yamaha 581 amp which would leave you with a good budget for … Maybe a Yamaha 581 amp which would leave you with a good budget for speakers. The amp will have MusicCast which you can control it with your phone, stream music etc and add wireless speakers, multiroom etc.



​I can't deny I haven't looked at it. I'll look again... Thanks
Sennheiser IE8i Earphones for iphone £119.99 Superfi - Half Price Black Friday
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These seem like a really good price. Around the £200 mark elsewhere. Not heard them but had quite a few pairs from Sennheiser. Free next day delivery too. The Sennheiser IE8i del… Read more

bought these last week,,, amazing price for what is sennheiser top of the line in ear headphones... comparable to the likes of others makes like shure at 2 or 3 times this price... rave reviews everywhere... cant believe this hasnt got heat....!!!!

I was tempted by these but went for the ie80 instead. Great price, heat added.

Great price have some heat. My IE8 with IE8i cable are getting on for 6 or 7 years old. Still sound unbeatable. Worth every penny.

Great headphones. I have the IE80 for 5 years now.. never skipped a beat. I paid £267 for mine so this is a cracking price

I have IE8s with an IE8i replacement cable and they are superb. This is an amazing price.
Black Friday deals egSamsung UE55KS7000 55" Flat 4K SUHD Smart LED Television £ £978.99 superfi
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Great deals on 4K tv's I have the UE55KS7000 tv which i brought from Richer sounds for £1299 so a saving of over £300! What-Hifi best tv under £2000 awesome tv.
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MrBrightside1987

How? It's listed as £979 on their site...


Told them about the Currys price of £934 (use code KS7000 for extra £45 discount) & they matched it.
MrBrightside1987

How? It's listed as £979 on their site...


Hope Samsung bring back 3D, it should be just a standard feature.

d8smt

Definitely 10bit panel (It's the KS8000 US panel).Just bought this from … Definitely 10bit panel (It's the KS8000 US panel).Just bought this from richer Sounds, £934 + £145 for the UHD bluray.


How? It's listed as £979 on their site...

Definitely 10bit panel (It's the KS8000 US panel).
Just bought this from richer Sounds, £934 + £145 for the UHD bluray.

it is a 10bit panel
Tannoy Eclipse 3 £199 Tannoy Revolution XT6F £599 Tannoy Revolution XT6 Bookshelf Speakers £299 Wharfedale Diamond 230 Floorstanders £249.95 Superfi Black Friday Week
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Some good hi-fi deals kicking off for Black Friday week at Superfi: Tannoy Eclipse 3 Floor Standing Speakers £199 (£299 most places elsewhere) Tannoy Revolution XT6F Floor Standing… Read more
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I decided to upgrade my Wharfedale 9.1s to these Tannoy Eclipse 3s, wow, what a difference. Worth every penny. I think you'd be spending closer to £500 to beat these. Fantastic speakers.

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Free £20 voucher for every £100 spent (finishes close of play Monday 19 September) at Superfi (TV, Audio, Home Cinema, HiFi, Speakers, Headphones etc)
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Until close of play Monday, Superfi are giving away a £20 voucher for every £100 spent - probably instore only, but it might include phone orders too. Vouchers can be used against… Read more

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Got that a bit wrong - have amended original post accordingly.

This is a 4 day even which started on Friday 16 September and finishes at the end of Monday 19 September.

Lasts a day longer than I thought.

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singhisking68

seems like nobody is interested ...


Entirely understandable. I wouldn't normally be greatly interested in Superfi, buying most things online as I do, but for anybody wanting to test out a particular separate, or whatever, they're another option if you don't have a Richer Sounds nearby. Forget John Lewis - they're hopeless and usually overpriced these days.

Richer Sounds is the place to go, but this Superfi deal is a one-off. They offer a standard deal of £10 off £100 in vouchers, but £20 this weekend. Of interest mainly to anyone wanting something that's never discounted.

The Ruark R4 Mk3, for example, is £649 wherever you look. This deal gets you a £120 voucher to use on other items from Superfi, and there isn't another deal to touch that. Same applies to anything else that they're competitive on - not everything.

seems like nobody is interested ...

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robbie1412

says £10 on pic


See main post - "Links through to the standard £10 off £100 voucher offer, but this has been doubled to £20 off £100 for a couple of days."

says £10 on pic
Denon AVR X2200W £349 @ SuperFi instore
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As seen yesterday, at SuperFI Leeds, got Richer Sounds to price match.. Hope this helps someone.

Brilliant price for a brilliant amp. Replaced yamaha rxv671 with this and the sound quality is fantastic. Setup takes a bit of care, but excellent once done. At this price get it.

ruban7

not impressed, replaced the onkyo 609. denon drops the internet … not impressed, replaced the onkyo 609. denon drops the internet connection and is unstable. but voted hot for the price.



The Onyko 609 and many others have a terrible network stack. I'm really surprised the Denon is worse!

not impressed, replaced the onkyo 609. denon drops the internet connection and is unstable. but voted hot for the price.

http://static.hotukdeals.com/images/threads/high-res/2420817_1.jpg

Good deal!

martyboy70

Unknown brand, buy a Sony.


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