Yamaha RS202D DAB/Bluetooth Stereo Receiver £179 (also a speaker bundle avail) / Denon AVRX550BT £249 w/code @ Richer Sounds
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Yamaha RS202D DAB/Bluetooth Stereo Receiver £179 (also a speaker bundle avail) / Denon AVRX550BT £249 w/code @ Richer Sounds

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A couple of good prices on receivers at RS at the mo. Thought they were both worth a shout. The Yamaha has been about this price before w/code but has since dropped a tiny bit more and no need for a code, so mention worthy for sure.

Yamaha RS202D (Black) DAB/Bluetooth Stereo Receiver £179
Also you can get this with a pair of Dali SPEKTOR 2 speakers for £349 (£179 more, so a little saving on those too) That is available Here

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Featuring built-in Bluetooth plus a DAB radio, the Yamaha RS202D stereo receiver can handle all your music needs.

The Yamaha 'Natural Sound' concept

Based on Yamaha's concept of "Natural Sound", the RS202D has been designed from the outset to sound evenly balanced and realistic. This comes about through painstaking attention to detail, including seemingly small points such as connecting the signal and power grounds at one point to eliminate mutual interference. This helps achieve a higher signal to noise ratio, so you hear more of the music and less distortion.

Powerful sound
With 100W per channel the RS202D is powerful enough to drive a wide range of speakers in even the largest rooms. Details such as placing the power transformer close to the power amp circuit, for low signal loss, helps the R-S202D produce a powerful and dynamic sound.

Bluetooth built-in
Featuring a built-in Bluetooth receiver, the RS202D is the ideal way of streaming music from your smartphone or tablet to your Hi-Fi separates system. Stream the music stored on your device or take advantage of streaming music services such as Spotify or Apple Music, all from the comfort of your smart device.

DAB and FM
With both DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) and FM tuners onboard, this Yamaha is ideally equipped for listening to a wide range of stations. Select DAB for a vast range of digital radio stations, including the popular BBC 6 Music, 4 Extra and 5 live. DAB also lets you hear crisp, digital clarity of sound, free from interference. For local stations or a more expansive sound with national stations (roof mounted aerial recommended) FM is also on hand. RDS (Radio Data Service) offers station type, text data and signal strength information.

Flexible features
Powerful sound is one thing, but where the Yamaha really scores is in combining this with an equally impressive range of features. As well Bluetooth and the DAB/FM tuners, the Yamaha also has four other RCA inputs plus an audio output. Two independently switchable speaker outlets are also present for running another set of speakers in a second room. The elegant remote control is easy to use yet also operates a complete Yamaha system.




Denon AVRX550BT £249 using Code: AVRX50
AV Receiver

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Truly immersive sound
Soundbars and bases offer a great step-up over your TV’s speakers but they still can’t beat the immersive sound of an AV receiver like this Denon AVR-X550BT. With 5.2 channel Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio, you get surround sound that’s pin-sharp in detail and totally enveloping – just like at the cinema.

Legendary sound quality
Denon is one of the world’s leading audio companies, so it’s no surprise to find the AVRX550BT sounds so good. At the heart of this Denon AV receiver is discrete, high-current amplification. By using discrete (separate) components rather than an integrated chip (IC), quality components can be used for a more detailed and lower distortion sound. Packing 70 watts per channel, the AVR-X550BT delivers the dynamics your favourite movies deserve.

Dolby Vision, HDR and HLG compatible
With a total of five HDMI inputs, the AVR-X550BT has your system covered. Three of the inputs are compatible with HDCP2.2 protection and advanced formats, including Dolby Vision, HDR and HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma). This means you get full compatibility with the latest UHD Blu-ray players and HDR TVs.

Plug it all in
With its handy USB input at the front, you can connect a media device and playback your music files. Around the back, there are two analogue and two optical digital inputs – ideal for connecting a games console, set-top TV box, CD player and other source.

Bluetooth and app control
With Bluetooth on-board, it's not just cinema sound that's given a boost but music from your smartphone or tablet, too. There's even a dedicated Denon app that makes streaming music from your device to receiver even easier. The app also controls functions such as power on/off, volume, mute and source select.

Easy set-up
The Denon AVR-X550BT is designed to be as user friendly as possible. Once connected to your TV via HDMI, the exclusive Denon Setup Assistant appears on your screen to take you through the set up – step by step. With a supplied microphone, the auto-calibration system adjusts the receiver to your room’s acoustics – no audio engineer required!

Quick Select sound
Sometimes the sound you prefer from your TV is different to that from playing films on your Blu-ray player. Denon have thought of this and provide four Quick Select buttons for just this scenario. Program your ideal audio and EQ settings for each of the four inputs and recall them when you change inputs – at the touch of a button.

Compatible with HEOS Link
Plug in an optional Denon HEOS Link and you’ll be able to turn the AVR-X550BT into the heart of your multi-room, music streaming system. The HEOS Link adds features such as Internet Radio plus access to popular music services like Spotify, Deezer and Tidal. The free HESO app also controls key functions on the receiver.
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No Dolby Atmos ?
thr0tt39 m ago

No Dolby Atmos ?



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Never gets old.
I’m after a DAB receiver (with a remote) for my office to aux into my Bose speaker because the Bluetooth has knackered on it and my internet is terrible. Can’t figure out whether to just buy a cheap DAB radio or something like this - can anyone advise? Would I be wasting my money on something like this considering I’d just be plugging into an old bose semi portable speaker and just want DAB radio with the ability to control the volume from my desk when the phone rings?

PS. The link doesn’t work for me but I searched it and found it here: richersounds.com/hi-…tml
Edited by: "Kemixx" 4th May
Kemixx8 h, 48 m ago

I’m after a DAB receiver (with a remote) for my office to aux into my Bose …I’m after a DAB receiver (with a remote) for my office to aux into my Bose speaker because the Bluetooth has knackered on it and my internet is terrible. Can’t figure out whether to just buy a cheap DAB radio or something like this - can anyone advise? Would I be wasting my money on something like this considering I’d just be plugging into an old bose semi portable speaker and just want DAB radio with the ability to control the volume from my desk when the phone rings?PS. The link doesn’t work for me but I searched it and found it here: https://www.richersounds.com/hi-fi/amplifiers-receivers/yamaha-dab-bluetooth-stereo-receiver.html


Try something like this with a 3.5mm extension lead. Really good sound quality (I got one for Christmas). The added bonus of the extension cable is better reception...it uses the head phone jack as an aerial.

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AmazonNice find OP. Heat.
Kemixx4th May

I’m after a DAB receiver (with a remote) for my office to aux into my Bose …I’m after a DAB receiver (with a remote) for my office to aux into my Bose speaker because the Bluetooth has knackered on it and my internet is terrible. Can’t figure out whether to just buy a cheap DAB radio or something like this - can anyone advise? Would I be wasting my money on something like this considering I’d just be plugging into an old bose semi portable speaker and just want DAB radio with the ability to control the volume from my desk when the phone rings?PS. The link doesn’t work for me but I searched it and found it here: https://www.richersounds.com/hi-fi/amplifiers-receivers/yamaha-dab-bluetooth-stereo-receiver.html


It probably would be a bit overkill from what you describe. There's a lot of depends clauses here though, generally you may be better off just getting a combi unit that does both, and just demoting the bose speaker to another cause, where it shall serve via cable only. As others have stated cable may be an option, depending on the prime location for the radio and your work space, cables across things, bah.

Depends how good the Bose speaker is really (any warranty on it?). Also depends on how much you want from this speaker and how big the space you want to fill is. Home office with just you, rocking out? Or a busy office with a bunch of noisy coworkers/surroundings? Does it need zee oomph?

Quite a few inexpensive and highly reviewed options here on Amazon but few names i know. The best job may be to go to somewhere like Currys and listen to a bunch of em, compare, while searching online prices/reviews of them, find one you like it and grab it, or HUKD deal alert it :P
Edited by: "Mugginz" 9th May
Mugginz9th May

AmazonNice find OP. Heat.It probably would be a bit overkill from what you …AmazonNice find OP. Heat.It probably would be a bit overkill from what you describe. There's a lot of depends clauses here though, generally you may be better off just getting a combi unit that does both, and just demoting the bose speaker to another cause, where it shall serve via cable only. As others have stated cable may be an option, depending on the prime location for the radio and your work space, cables across things, bah. Depends how good the Bose speaker is really (any warranty on it?). Also depends on how much you want from this speaker and how big the space you want to fill is. Home office with just you, rocking out? Or a busy office with a bunch of noisy coworkers/surroundings? Does it need zee oomph?Quite a few inexpensive and highly reviewed options here on Amazon but few names i know. The best job may be to go to somewhere like Currys and listen to a bunch of em, compare, while searching online prices/reviews of them, find one you like it and grab it, or HUKD deal alert it :P


Thank you for the advice! I think I’ll take a punt and grab one of these receivers from amazon!
Hi, this is very specific, I want virgin radio which is only on DAB, I got those 5gbp pixel kitsound radios they're ok but they are independent of my tv stack and no external aerial. I'm after something that will sit on my sky box and it just needs to send dab to my 25gbp Logik sound bar. I have a 4 way audio control going into the bar. I want something with RF input for rooftop aerial.
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