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Yamaha YHT1840 (Black) 5.1  Speaker system Instore VIP Price £199 @ Richersounds instore
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Yamaha YHT1840 (Black) 5.1 Speaker system Instore VIP Price £199 @ Richersounds instore

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Posted 24th JunAvailable: National
£349 on website but £199 in store!

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Richer Sounds exclusive model.

The Yamaha YHT1840 provides ideally matched speakers and an AV receiver for a fantastic introduction to home cinema.


Home cinema sound made easy

Connect your TV, Blu-ray/DVD player and games console to the Yamaha YHT1840 and you're ready for the full cinema experience. With built-in Dolby and DTS digital processors, the YHT1810 fires out sound effects around the room for a real sense of 'being there'. Sound is processed by192/24-bit Burr Brown DACs on each channel for powerful dynamics that'll keep you on the edge of your seat! Music is equally well looked after as the amp quality components for a more detailed and natural sound.

Fully immersive sound
Soundbars are great but there's nothing that can beat the sound of a separates AV
system. With five channels of sound from a discrete amplifier, the YHT1840 surrounds you in rich, low distortion sound – just like at the cinema. The amplifier also delivers a handy 70 watts per channel, meaning it can cope with even the punchiest-sounding blockbusters. There’s also an 'Extra Bass' function. This gives a deeper, richer bass response and works really well with small speakers and at lower volume levels.

Ready for the latest UHD sources
For full compatibility with the exciting new UHD Blu-ray format, all the HDMI sockets are compatible with HDR Video, Hybrid Log-Gamma, and BT.2020. Four inputs let you connect up a Blu-ray, games console, set-top box and PC – enough for an entire home cinema system.

Flexible processing
Another advantage of going for AV separates is the inclusion of powerful surround sound processing. As well as full HD audio decoding of both Dolby and DTS formats, the YHT1840 features Yamaha's famous DSP Surround programs. With 17 modes from The Roxy Theatre to a concert Hall in Munich, the Yamaha system gives a variety of acoustic settings for a unique sound. Added to this, four SCENE selections ensure that you always have the best setting when watching films or listening to music.

Sleek curved speakers
With an eye to enhancing the coolest of interiors, the satellite speakers have been designed to be unobtrusive. Slim enough to be wall mounted via their keyhole openings, they also benefit from a tapering rear panel and smooth edges. The centre speaker is a dedicated design with improved sensitivity and crisp dialogue and is also easily wall mounted. The subwoofer gives the bass a natural, powerful sound that avoids bass 'boom'.

For a quality home cinema system that doesn't sacrifice sound for good looks, the Yamaha YHT1840 brings it together with style.
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sfsorrow24/06/2019 20:05

OK, talk me out of this. I have a Samsung soundstand from around 2015 that …OK, talk me out of this. I have a Samsung soundstand from around 2015 that I have to plug in with an optical cable because I'm out of HDMI slots and I've got space for the system.


Do it, do it do it do it
azual24/06/2019 18:58

is this any good tho?


70 reviews with an average of 4.7/5, and that was at £349.

Looks like a massive bargain.
This is incredible value for a decent receiver and some speakers. You’ll be hard pressed to find anything close to performance for this kind of money.
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Just had email confirming the deal... Have heat OP .

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is this any good tho?
How long is the offer on for?
Would you not be able to use the additional £10 off instore making it £189?

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Edited by: "SeanRTK" 24th Jun
Do they have these kind of offers on alot ?
Edited by: "DCFC79" 24th Jun
azual24/06/2019 18:58

is this any good tho?


70 reviews with an average of 4.7/5, and that was at £349.

Looks like a massive bargain.
4K passthrough?
I've always wondered, what's the advantage of having this sort of setup over ie, some regular PC 5.1 speakers hooked directly to your TV's audio out port?
Tomster7924/06/2019 19:32

4K passthrough?


Looks that way....

'Ready for the latest UHD sources
For full compatibility with the exciting new UHD Blu-ray format, all the HDMI sockets are compatible with HDR Video, Hybrid Log-Gamma, and BT.2020'

DCFC7924/06/2019 19:26

Do they have these kind of offers on alot ?


Not at this price, usually this is around £249-£299.
OK, talk me out of this. I have a Samsung soundstand from around 2015 that I have to plug in with an optical cable because I'm out of HDMI slots and I've got space for the system.
sfsorrow24/06/2019 20:05

OK, talk me out of this. I have a Samsung soundstand from around 2015 that …OK, talk me out of this. I have a Samsung soundstand from around 2015 that I have to plug in with an optical cable because I'm out of HDMI slots and I've got space for the system.


Do it, do it do it do it
Is this considered low end or mid range setup?
azual24/06/2019 20:33

Is this considered low end or mid range setup?


It's a low end budget system. A good way of dipping your toes in the AV world. Much better than any £200 soundbar I can think of.
Think ill put £1000 to it and buy a soundbar
Oh hang on doh
Soundbar my backside
Hmm just got q7fn 75" I think it deserves a better audio setup than this then
How long is it on offer for?
got my eye on an Audio Technica Turntable (to occasionally play old records)

would this no good to pair up?
azual24/06/2019 20:51

Hmm just got q7fn 75" I think it deserves a better audio setup than this …Hmm just got q7fn 75" I think it deserves a better audio setup than this then


ok
This is incredible value for a decent receiver and some speakers. You’ll be hard pressed to find anything close to performance for this kind of money.
This package consists of the HTR2071 and the NSP-20 Speakers. The receiver is currently £149 and has been as low as £99 and the speakers are around £80 if you can find them. A good deal but nothing to get too excited about HOT
I will see if the local has any stock in the morning
I bought this around Christmas, I don't think I paid £349, but definitely more than £199.
Absolute bargain at £199!!

I have a sonos beam sound bar and it wipes the spots off that for movies. I find it quite balanced, better for movies than for music. I'd say music sounds better from sonos beam imho.
Seems fab value and am sorely tempted.
FireOnAWire24/06/2019 19:39

I've always wondered, what's the advantage of having this sort of setup …I've always wondered, what's the advantage of having this sort of setup over ie, some regular PC 5.1 speakers hooked directly to your TV's audio out port?


Try it and find out. Any PC speaker system under this price won't output 5.1 without 5.1 input from the PC. You'll need a PC soundcard for that - basically a HTPC system. It's far cheaper and more convenient to get an AV receiver system like this - plus the sound quality will be dramatically better on the AV system.

Source: I've done both.
FireOnAWire24/06/2019 19:39

I've always wondered, what's the advantage of having this sort of setup …I've always wondered, what's the advantage of having this sort of setup over ie, some regular PC 5.1 speakers hooked directly to your TV's audio out port?


I had Logitech x540 5.1 plugged into my tele for last few years which were doing the job and could produce fake 5.1 using the matrix mode but I replaced the pc speakers with Denon x250BT + £200 speaker package earlier this year (i think it should not be far ahead in performance as compared to this yamaha) and the difference is huge. Especially when the audio source is good e.g. watching blurays and streaming services like netflix /amazon which even though output compressed audio yet still in Dolby.
This looks great. If I wanted something mid range, how much more would I be paying?
turbo_c25/06/2019 08:29

This looks great. If I wanted something mid range, how much more would I …This looks great. If I wanted something mid range, how much more would I be paying?


Mid range can mean different things to different people. I've got around £1,000 rrp worth in a Denon 2300 avr, monitor audio speakers and a Bk Gemini 2 subwoofer and would consider it just about the low end of mid range. The speakers are the "bronze" range which is one of their lowest ranges. These all in one systems for under £300 are really good value for money and much less hassle than finding and matching individual separates. I am hesitant about labelling with ranges as it all depends on your room size, shape, sources and listening volume.
Important to note lack of Atmos here.
How do I buy this? do I simply walk into the store or do I need to have some VIP membership to get this price?

Thanks
jaydeeuk125/06/2019 09:26

£200


Lol and it doesn't come with a gold plated Rolls Royce either
kzee25/06/2019 08:18

I had Logitech x540 5.1 plugged into my tele for last few years which were …I had Logitech x540 5.1 plugged into my tele for last few years which were doing the job and could produce fake 5.1 using the matrix mode but I replaced the pc speakers with Denon x250BT + £200 speaker package earlier this year (i think it should not be far ahead in performance as compared to this yamaha) and the difference is huge. Especially when the audio source is good e.g. watching blurays and streaming services like netflix /amazon which even though output compressed audio yet still in Dolby.


Key being the source. The surround effect and quality of audio jumps massively whenever my TV supplies a dolby digital signal compared to the default prologic that comes from freeview.
B A R G A I N !
azual24/06/2019 20:51

Hmm just got q7fn 75" I think it deserves a better audio setup than this …Hmm just got q7fn 75" I think it deserves a better audio setup than this then


Yeah, you’ll want a mid range sound solution to go with that mid range TV
Does this support DTS-HD / True HD? Only mentions DTS and Dolby support but no specifics that I can see.
HotAddict25/06/2019 11:41

Does this support DTS-HD / True HD? Only mentions DTS and Dolby support …Does this support DTS-HD / True HD? Only mentions DTS and Dolby support but no specifics that I can see.


No just those you mentioned
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