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Yamaha NS-F51 Floorstanding Speakers - £175 Delivered With Code @ Currys PC World
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Yamaha NS-F51 Floorstanding Speakers - £175 Delivered With Code @ Currys PC World

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Posted 1st May
Was looking for a new set of speakers and spotted these - Almost unanimously praised by everybody - These are £250 on Amazon but Currys have them listed for £200 and currently have a 15% off Yamaha voucher code
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High performance floor-standing speaker

Expand your home audio setup with the Yamaha NS-F51 Floor-standing Speakers. Connect your Yamaha audio receiver and bring an immersive audio experience to your living room. Enjoy the explosives on the latest action film to the intricate musical details of classical music with these floor-standing speakers.

Large-capacity cabinet

The rounded large-capacity cabinets are ideal for all kinds of films and music as they produce thrilling bass tones for your music and crystal-clear treble tones so you don't miss any of the action when watching your favourite blockbuster.

Attractive design

With an attractive design, the NS-F51 Speakers will compliment any period or contemporary home. With its black finish, you can easily hide it away in the corners of the room or put it out on the front to show off your great sound system.

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I have a pair of these. Can't beat it for the money. Excellent sound and at 170 pounds is a steal.
I own these with a set of Yamaha NSP51 Centre and Rears & Yamaha NS-SW100 Active Subwoofer for less than £450 for the complete set you cannot complain as they are very good all round, and pretty loud.. going through a Denon X2400H
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Edited by: "MrSprkle" 2nd May
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Like the 90s style
I have a pair of these. Can't beat it for the money. Excellent sound and at 170 pounds is a steal.
Purchased thanks!

I’m looking to connect these to a Samsung ue75ru7020. Any suggestions for a good budget amplifier?? Also what cable will I need to go from tv to amp!? Thanks
Edited by: "ugan" 2nd May
ugan02/05/2020 01:03

Purchased thanks!I’m looking to connect these to a Samsung ue75ru7020. Any …Purchased thanks!I’m looking to connect these to a Samsung ue75ru7020. Any suggestions for a good budget amplifier?? Also what cable will I need to go from tv to amp!? Thanks


An optical cable usually does the trick, as most new TVs and amps always have them
Could I plug thees in to my z5500?
Noice
Thanks. I've been looking to pounce on some floorstanders for ages
ugan02/05/2020 01:03

Purchased thanks!I’m looking to connect these to a Samsung ue75ru7020. Any …Purchased thanks!I’m looking to connect these to a Samsung ue75ru7020. Any suggestions for a good budget amplifier?? Also what cable will I need to go from tv to amp!? Thanks


Take a look on richer sounds for a budget amp or purchase 2nd hand from gumtree, I purchased 2 x sony STR-DN1080 for around £200 each. HDMI cable is all you need if it's a AV amp
Quick google for a review but couldn't find any. Praised by everybody? 6.5 inch woofers and a cheapish price. Might be worth a try if you are on a budget and return them on distance regs if they sound crap. Might spark the lappy up later for a better look for reviews
Very tempting. They look good.
Danny_24702/05/2020 07:46

Take a look on richer sounds for a budget amp or purchase 2nd hand from …Take a look on richer sounds for a budget amp or purchase 2nd hand from gumtree, I purchased 2 x sony STR-DN1080 for around £200 each. HDMI cable is all you need if it's a AV amp



Thanks mate, My knowledge is pretty limited when it comes to audio. I went for the Yamaha HTR2071 on Richer sounds. No Dolby Atmos support but it suits my needs.
Any recommendations for an amp for listening to my music on these?
from my phone. So would need to have Bluetooth
£210 on Amazon with Amazon Basics cable (though I don't know if that's any better than the bundled cables) so the before-code price of £200 is about right..? £175 with the code looks really good.

As for reviews, @Gerry557, of course how much people read into or take from reviews is subjective (a review is just an opinion after all whether customer or 'professional') but for what it's worth:

* the Amazon customer reviews are almost all 5-star
* the (only 4) customer ratings on Currys are positive
* they appear in the top 5 alongside some very expensive speakers here - realhomes.com/buy…ers

Generally the best products cost a lot more money so I'd suggest these Yamahas are pretty good and most 'average' people (for lack of a better word and I include myself in this) would be happy, but those who are really into hi-fi would prefer to spend more for better.

I tend to use headphones for listening to music so I'm actually more interested in what other Yamaha stuff the code works on at Currys - looking now.

Heat added, thanks OP.
Gerry55702/05/2020 07:46

Quick google for a review but couldn't find any. Praised by everybody? 6.5 …Quick google for a review but couldn't find any. Praised by everybody? 6.5 inch woofers and a cheapish price. Might be worth a try if you are on a budget and return them on distance regs if they sound crap. Might spark the lappy up later for a better look for reviews


Some reviews:
richersounds.com/yam…tml
Heat added. I did buy a pair from RS Online Clearance a couple of years ago for £79 delivered. They do sound good and it is worth paying this deal price.

Centre and rears available

These floorstanders are currently £249.95 on Amazon
Edited by: "thetarget" 2nd May
Nice wardrobes
How are these when up against the Q Acoustic 3050i floorstanders? I was planning to get them but am worried I might be spending too much.
Curry's could potentially get a further 8% off if you have a discount scheme through employer? Down to 164ish?
loonyjetman02/05/2020 11:06

£210 on Amazon with Amazon Basics cable (though I don't know if that's any …£210 on Amazon with Amazon Basics cable (though I don't know if that's any better than the bundled cables) so the before-code price of £200 is about right..? £175 with the code looks really good.As for reviews, @Gerry557, of course how much people read into or take from reviews is subjective (a review is just an opinion after all whether customer or 'professional') but for what it's worth: * the Amazon customer reviews are almost all 5-star * the (only 4) customer ratings on Currys are positive * they appear in the top 5 alongside some very expensive speakers here - https://www.realhomes.com/buying-guides/best-floor-standing-speakers Generally the best products cost a lot more money so I'd suggest these Yamahas are pretty good and most 'average' people (for lack of a better word and I include myself in this) would be happy, but those who are really into hi-fi would prefer to spend more for better.I tend to use headphones for listening to music so I'm actually more interested in what other Yamaha stuff the code works on at Currys - looking now.Heat added, thanks OP.


I've only really just started using Fake Spot so I'm not too sure how reliable it is, but it has these rated really badly on the Amazon reviews. Not sure I totally trust it but worth a mention. Thanks for the deal tho!
I have these speakers and have had them for around 2 years. They are great for the money. You'd need to spend £600+ to get something with a noticeable upgrade in sound quality. I'm using them in my atmos set up as my front speakers and have matching center and rear speakers to go with them as well as some Yamaha in ceiling speakers for Atmos sound and 2 Wharfdale Subs. Really pleased with the setup. The center and rears to go with these were only around £100 too so makes for a very good value set up.
What a coincidence, I was looking at these last night and the centre rear speaker set as one of the posters said. Still thinking :/ if you bite the bullet or not. The only doubt I have is these are 6ohms and all amps are capable of 8ohms.
Love it!
I have these. They are brilliant. Got them when they were on offer on Amazon. Glad I got them. I have a sub but honestly you don’t need one with these.
Gerry55702/05/2020 07:46

Quick google for a review but couldn't find any. Praised by everybody? 6.5 …Quick google for a review but couldn't find any. Praised by everybody? 6.5 inch woofers and a cheapish price. Might be worth a try if you are on a budget and return them on distance regs if they sound crap. Might spark the lappy up later for a better look for reviews


Woofer size isn’t the be all and end all, some of Mission, B&W, KEF et al’s best use 6.5” items with fabulous reviews at ten times the price
Anyone know how these compare to the Q Acoustics 1050?
Recommend Onkyo amp
DaveLakin02/05/2020 10:50

Any recommendations for an amp for listening to my music on these? from my …Any recommendations for an amp for listening to my music on these? from my phone. So would need to have Bluetooth


Do you use Spotify? If not, do. Then get a Spotify connect capable receiver. Bluetooth is lossy and horrible, you’ll lose so much of the low end. Spotify connect is actually encoded directly within the amp, so is crystal clear 320kbps (if set to high quality).
Danny_24702/05/2020 07:46

Take a look on richer sounds for a budget amp or purchase 2nd hand from …Take a look on richer sounds for a budget amp or purchase 2nd hand from gumtree, I purchased 2 x sony STR-DN1080 for around £200 each. HDMI cable is all you need if it's a AV amp


How have you found the STR-DN1080 to br?

Been looking at this deal on RS so any advice would be appreciated
I really like it, upgraded from the DN-1000 I use it with a kef 3005se set up and it sounds good. Reasonable with music but a dedicated 2 channel amp would be better
chris_beatty02/05/2020 19:50

How have you found the STR-DN1080 to br?Been looking at this deal on RS so …How have you found the STR-DN1080 to br?Been looking at this deal on RS so any advice would be appreciated


See above
I know there here is all about saving money and when looking fir my Atmos setup, I have found this not well know company: xtzsound.eu/.
I don't work for them but wanted to point out the quality price they have in respect of other brands. Especially, they are well regarded for their subs. If inappropriate, please delete my post
Random_Purchase02/05/2020 15:10

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I remember reading about a Dispatch rider clocking up over 100K miles on one of these.
jay45202/05/2020 16:39

I have these. They are brilliant. Got them when they were on offer on …I have these. They are brilliant. Got them when they were on offer on Amazon. Glad I got them. I have a sub but honestly you don’t need one with these.


What’s connection at back
Gerry55702/05/2020 07:46

Quick google for a review but couldn't find any. Praised by everybody? 6.5 …Quick google for a review but couldn't find any. Praised by everybody? 6.5 inch woofers and a cheapish price. Might be worth a try if you are on a budget and return them on distance regs if they sound crap. Might spark the lappy up later for a better look for reviews


I thought the same. No critical reviews that I can see. I do wonder how many of those posting would actually be better off with a decent pair of bookshelves - that end of the market is very crowded with good speakers (Q 3020i's, Spektor 2's, Bronze 2's etc.) Particularly when considering that I doubt much care will be taken with what's used to drive them.
farook_yakub02/05/2020 21:42

What’s connection at back



They'll be standard speaker connection, positive and negative. Most speakers these days come with five-way posts that can take a banana plug if you want to go that way (personally I swapped for banana plugs ages ago and was so glad I did).

Just checked: europe.yamaha.com/fil…pdf
Don’t have a amp
I own these with a set of Yamaha NSP51 Centre and Rears & Yamaha NS-SW100 Active Subwoofer for less than £450 for the complete set you cannot complain as they are very good all round, and pretty loud.. going through a Denon X2400H
40619485-ykf8e.jpg
Edited by: "MrSprkle" 2nd May
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