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Denon AVR-X4500H AV Receiver SILVER ONLY - £338 Delivered @ Sevenoaks Sound
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This is the price for the SILVER one only. Black one is £999! Denon AVR-X4500H AV Receiver Premium 9.2 channel AV Surround Receiver offering the most advanced 3D audio suite with … Read more
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Mrepg

Great bit of free marketing for sevenoaks - well played

rev6

Sevenoaks did

InTheKnow444

I was poised to buy it at £338 but just knew it would not be honoured so didn't bother

azual

People ruined this !

b1g1an

Likewise, then would've happily used that to buy a 3500 from them, would've been a win for both teams.

Denon AVRX-4500H Dolby Atmos Reciever only £999 @ RicherSounds
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Best price I've seen. Stonking 9.2 avr upgradeable to 11.2 with an external power amp. 9-channel flexibility With 9.2 channels of generous power, the AVR-X4500H opens up a whole… Read more
yorkie12

Have you seen the price of the 'Silver' one at Seven Oaks -£338 !! https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/denon-avr-x4500h-av-receiver-silver-only-338-delivered-sevenoaks-sound-3212568

azual

Overkill haha

Red.Devil

Crazy price!

Denon AVRX3500H 7.2 channel AV Receiver / Atmos + Free Express Delivery £549 @ electricshop - [2 Years Manufacturers Warranty]
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Best price on this at the moment. Reviews on it are great and spec wise it's pretty hefty. As Atmos, which I know a lot of folks are looking for at the moment (not had the pleasure… Read more
mdvdman

I just wanted to update my previous comments, the latest firmware has resolved the lip sync issues. I also re-ran the Audyssey tuning using my iPad and it sounds a lot better with Dynamic EQ on. I really recommend this AVR now.

rev6

Depends on the speakers but I hear a difference between 1xxx 2xxx 3xxx in Stereo.

Zooicidal

The base entry Denon is the 250bt at £150 so a £300 difference. No it's unlikely you'd notice much difference for 2.0 music. If you want something that is good at both then you'll need to spend on something from Marantz.

oldskoolpug

Compared to the base entry Denon that's £200 Think il notice much difference between the two for stereo music ?

stringsonfire

I paid about this with extended warranty from RS last summer for the X3400H. It won't go much lower than this

Denon AVRX3500H AV Receiver + Wharfedale DX-2 Speakers + 25m Cable & FREE Echo Dot when paying via Amazon Pay £869.00 @ electricshop
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Another bundle here, this time on the AVR-X3500H and Wharfedale Diamond DX-2 speaker set. With this you get 25m of speaker cable and if you pay via Amazon pay, you can get a 2nd Ge… Read more
Cheep_Like_The_Budgey

Let's understand the manufacturing cost - if it's 50p then I also agree (y)

rev6

They've matured a lot XD

Roph

Yeah, any company that makes scams like this: https://www.cnet.com/news/denons-500-ethernet-cable/ Doesn't deserve a penny. Snake oil.

rev6

How much did you spend and which speakers?

kraven

I highly rate Denon receivers, however at that price range you should be looking for a 7 speaker solution and personally a receiver with 9ch output for Atmos, either 7.1.2 or 5.1.4. I was able to get a X4300h a year ago for £749 + speakers, so it can be done and previous year Denon receivers do get discounted very well

Denon AVR-X1500H 7.2 Ch. AV Receiver £249 @ Hughes
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POWERFUL 7.2 CHANNEL AMPLIFIER WITH THE LATEST HOME CINEMA SPECS Featuring discrete high-current amplifiers on all channels, the AVR-X1500H delivers high-power performance at 80 Wa… Read more
Thoughtful

Or in other words it probably breaks trade descriptions when it describes it as 'powerful' because it's weedy !

powerbrick

Cheers will be getting an E9 when available so want to future proof a bit but my current Onkyo seems to be developing a relay issue :(

the_mercy_of_percy

Yeah I noticed a couple of comments on avforums saying the 3500 was a decent step up, music-wise. Tho as I only have a couple of Harmon Kardon sound sticks at the mo I imagine anything tho price (with decent speakers) would be a decent step up!

rev6

I haven't demo'd this range of Denon AV's, more so the previous ones. I noticed quite a substantial difference between the 2xxx and 3xxx AV's in stereo (Pure Direct). But I guess it depends on the speakers as well.

the_mercy_of_percy

Haha maybe just when they’re up late making on their own sweet music. Hmm sounds decent then. Am in 2 minds between getting a cheaper AVR like this or just going all in and treating myself or an x3500h! Would the x1500 sound ‘good enough’ for music along with home cinema?

Denon AVRX2500H [ Dolby Atmos] 7.2 Ch. 4K AV Receiver + Wharfedale Diamond DX-2 Black Speaker £699.99 @ electricshop
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Fantastic bit of kit if you're in the market for a new set up. The specifications on the receiver is bigger than the moon, so I'll pop the basic specs in. It's all on the 'Get Deal… Read more
gatlanda

Where did you find the N950 for 799 thats crazy cheap

sonofgojira

Awesome. Now if only I didn't live on the streets.

rev6

All the hassle is worth it.

Billy.Farrar

Every year I say I am going to upgrade the AV set up. I am still running a technics Amp. I don’t see the point replacing it unless I go Dolby ATMOS route. What is putting me off taking the plunge, is the messing about setting up a 5.1/7.1 system, hiding all the cabling etc. For a true Dolby ATMOS experience speakers have to be specifically placed around the living room. Behind you etc. Why so many people just go for the soundbars. Heat added, good price for that set up. (PS. Don’t forget to buy a mile worth of speaker cabling :D )

HugoLuca

Thanks guys dually noted all comments (y)

Pioneer VSX-531 (Black) DTS-HD, True Dolby 5.1 AV Receiver £179 VIP Exclusive Price @ Richer Sounds
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In-store or via telesales only quoting the VIP members price. Might be also able to wangle an extra VIP £10 off. Worth a try as they seem to give them off anything over £100. Feat… Read more
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grubpot

My Onkyo just died.. very disappointed.

Rhythmeister

True, it's just not quote posh enough for my silly fat cable XD

ElRitmo

Ah, fair enough then: you'll definitely struggle to get that in any spring clip terminal. But for anyone else this receiver can still accommodate some pretty decent cable even though it has spring clips, so that shouldn't put you off.

Rhythmeister

I'm not sure but it pretty much fills a banana plug 8)

ElRitmo

If it was expensive/good cable then I can understand that reluctance. How thick is your cable?

Denon AVR X2500H AV Receiver £349 @ Richer Sounds
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Denon AVR X2500h now £364, this does fluctuate in price a bit, best it’s been for awhile
coalfield

So according to that its active not passive if using 5.1. thanks!

captainbeaky

Yep. If you mean connect to 5.1 speakers & additional stereo pair. http://manuals.denon.com/AVRX2500H/EU/EN/DRDZSYuqfktfgx.php

coalfield

“For added flexibility, the AVRX2500H also features a passive Zone 2 output – ideal for adding active speakers in another room“

Hitcher

http://bfy.tw/NJpL

rev6

Marantz NR1509T1B Slim 5.2 Channel AV Receiver £299.99 + Free Next Working Day Delivery @ electricshop [Bluetooth / Airplay]
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Was having a gander at AV receivers with Bluetooth and came up with this. It also supports Apple Airplay. You can also use it with an Alexa Skill "Download the HEOS Home Entertai… Read more
oldskoolpug

Sony is best for HQ audio...... Noob.

the_mercy_of_percy

Thanks! My living room nowhere near even 200sqft. Maybe 120sqft. AVRs are one of those items that I’m surprised haven’t shrunk more over the years like everything else. Wonder if they ever will?

kgirisankar

100% fine for 200-250 sqfeet room, you need full volume for 400 sqfeet. I like the performance from 50 -75 % volume. Above that slight distraction in voice and bass. This is my opinion, others maybe different. But Sony is best for HQ audio. This is nearly equal to Sony.

BarGin

I bought this for £349 a couple of months ago. Very pleased with it and I'm using it in a fairly large room with a vaulted ceiling.

Fien

I agree. Got the 1506 and it's great. Only issue is the on screen text is all messed up for some reason. Tried factory resets and updates and can't fix it.

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Denon AVR-X2500H AV Receiver with Monitor Audio Mass AV Speakers - Price match Richer Sounds - £769.90 @ Peter Tyson Audio Visual
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This set is currently being sold at for £829 at richer sounds. They will match and beat this price. Denon AVR-X2500H AV Receiver Key Features 7.2 channel AV receiver with 15… Read more
porky232

Would this sound better than my Onkyo 605?

rev6

Just think how much better to theme will sound!

lee111s

Great AV system. I bought the speakers with a 2300 a few years back. Love it.

the_mercy_of_percy

Oooh want! Not sure if I need so much tech for a 40 inch tv and watching a couple of episodes of coronation street a week!

DudleyGuy

This sofa comes with too many chairs !!

Denon AVRX250BT (Black) 5.1 AV Receiver £149 with code @ Richer Sounds
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Richer Sounds exclusive model. Turn your living room into a cinema, with the immersive Denon AVRX250BT. Front, back and centre – be surrounded by sound Soundbars and bases offer … Read more
Masterace

Yet another novel by the sicko.

steevio_uk

A hell of a lot, but that's not what we're discussing here. Fact is, you unnecessarily acted the fool on this thread, I called you out on it and gave you even more bother to deal with by taking it further. Ill very likely do it again too, but if this has even remotely made you think twice about posting in your manner again to other posters, then it's been worth it. I needed to kill a little time at work. As for now, I'm desperately struggling to stay down at your level so this will be my last reply to you and all further messages back will be ignored.

Masterace

Don't try and take the moral high ground you gutless snide. You butt in on something that doesn't concern you and then make a sick comment about having sex with my mother. What is wrong with you?

steevio_uk

No, just yours. Quite frankly, if you act like an absolute plum to people you should accept it when others do it back. Maybe you won't be so quick to call people morons and correct their grammar when they're just trying to post and reply respectfully, eh?

Masterace

You make revolting comments about having sex with other posters' mothers, you juvenile idiot. Get off my screen.

Onkyo TX-NR575E 7.2 Channel Network A/V Receiver £349 @ Home AV Direct
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Website Link FANTASTIC REVIEWS FOR AN ENTRY LEVEL AV RECEIVER ✓ 2 Year Warranty included ✓ Authorised UK Dealer ✓ FREE Next Working Day Courier Service to… Read more
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androidavis

Yossi thanks for the links

Yossi

https://www.zkelectronics.com/compare/onkyo-tx-nr686/onkyo-tx-nr575(tx-nr575e)/ A better review.

Yossi

https://helptochoose.com/compare-av-receivers/tx-nr686-vs-tx-nr575 686 is a bit newer as well. That is a crappy review site, but there are a few differences.

Yossi

Also got the extended five year warranty, as well as standard EU warranty.

craigstephens

Is a matching footstool available?

Denon HEOS AVR 5.1 AV Receiver (refurbished) £219 Richer Sounds
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Not as cheap as the one listed on Amazon Germany but available from a UK (online) store. I don't have one so I can't vouch for it! (skeptical) Blurb: Combining the best of HEOS… Read more
rev6

At 6 ohms 20Hz-20KHz 2 channel driven there's only 5 watts in it.

Tyler.Durden

Your Yamaha is more than 50W per channel.

ST3123

Thanks mine are 8 ohm so would only be 50 watts for me. As my existing receiver (RX-V377) is 50 watt too I don't see much benefit to this other than the nicer design and 4K support, which isn't worth £200 in itself sadly :(

Tyler.Durden

It depends on what resistance your speakers are. "Number of Poweramps 5 Power Output (8 ohm, 20 Hz - 20 kHz, 0.1% 2ch Drive) 50 W Power Output (6 ohm, 20 Hz - 20 kHz, 0.1% 2ch Drive) 65 W Power Output (4 ohm, 20 Hz - 20 kHz, 0.1% 2ch Drive) 100 W"

ST3123

Could someone clarify the watts per channel on this? There are three different figures floating around, the Amazon DE listing that I purchased states it at 100 wpc, Richer Sounds says 65, and then someone on here said 50 :/ If it's only 50 I think I'll cancel as my existing receiver already provides that. I know wattage isn't everything but if it's exactly the same as the receiver I have it seems a bit of a pointless upgrade?

Denon HEOS AVR 5.1 AV Receiver, 4K Ultra HDR, HDCP 2.2, ARC, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital & DTS-HD £189.59 delivered @ Amazon Germany
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Good Price for this AV receiver next best price in UK £499 at Peter Tyson £549 Denon HEOS AVR 5.1 AV Receiver, Bluetooth, HDR, HDCP 2.2, ARC, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital & DT… Read more
mikefrom82

So after a month they cancelled my order ! What a joke !

Shimmasok

Same here! Why did it take them 7 weeks to figure that out???!! Very annoyed

BigBry

Order cancelled via email!

rev6

What speakers?

deleted459445

Will these speakers be ok with this amp I ordered a few days ago https://www.amazon.de/Denon-AV-Receiver-Bluetooth-Digital-Aluminium-Gehäuse-Dunkel-silbernes-Gehäuse-Schwarze-Seitenwände/dp/B06X6FY6CG?ref_=mw_olp_product_details

Marantz SR7012 AV Receiver - Includes Enhanced 5 Year Warranty - Peter Tyson - £849
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Review July 2018 - $2199 - Audioholics Introducing HEOS: Your Perfect Solution for Wireless Multi-Room Music Streaming The SR7012's built-in HEOS technology allows you to stre… Read more
justonemore

Would rather by a Bush or Goodmans

gordo1964

Where's the SCART socket?

rev6

Me XD (lol)

jasperpea

Ooft that things hideous, looks like it’s been time warped from the 80's

FunkiestMonkey

Yes. I have denon and have heard that before. I bet most people wouldnt tell the difference. Plus who does not listen in all channel stereo? Weirdos

Sony STR-DN1080 Hi-Res Dolby Atmos 7.2 AV Receiver £386.10 with code @ Hughes Ebay (Account Specific)
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Not as cheap as the eBay + code deal a couple weeks ago but still a great price none the less
michael18941

Why is it voted cold?one there was a 15 pc deal available to everyone recently,two it is an ACCOUNT specific deal.In over five dozen account/store specific deals I have never had a single one ........

sportsm4n

Why is this award winning amp cold when it’s the cheapest price anywhere?

uni

i got this the other week. i was short a couple of inputs for HD stuff that didn't have HD audio and just plugged them into the TV to use with ARC (NOWTV stick and old android box - i use a sheild with the amp). as I get new stuff I'll do a similar swap around i was impressed with the amp. i thought i wouldn't notice much difference but atmos over the old sony amp is notably different. my old sony amp was great but didn't do 4k at all and I couldn't get HD audio from arc btw richer sounds price matched hughes on the 15% ebay offer for me

CyDoNiA

I considered this one and part of me wishes I had got it over my Denon which is "alright" but I had a 1040 and it was awesome. Just it didn't support 4K on all outputs and also didn't support HDCP 2.0 or whatever it is Sky Q required for UHD. The sound on my 1040 is great and we still use it in another room. It's a lot less glitchy than my Denon as well and talks to all the devices far better than my Denon which seems to ignore 90% of CEC commands etc. I just wish they hadn't downgraded the amount of inputs on the models after the 1040. I needed one with at least 8 inputs to make life easier.

Denon AVR X2500H £349 @ richer sounds with 6 year warranty and free delivery
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S ince the price drop on petertyson.co.uk RS have reduced their online price to £349. You will have to go to a store or call their customer service and mention that petertyson … Read more
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Jamesymoon

Put a note in your 2025 diary... (shock)

modelman

This is a good price since it's unlikely to go down to £299 until the 2600 model energies in early summer.

Flyingzard

Yep you are right. Just reserved one at my local branch (last one - been popular suddenly.....) they cleverly dropped the price to match PS so they don't have to price match and sell it for £339. Still a cracking deal! They did match the 6 year warranty though. I prefer having it chucked in instead of paying for it separately but that's just me.

geoff3

I purchased this on Saturday with a price match and six-year warranty from RS for £369.00. Just called them and was given a refund of £20 due to price reduction, so £349.00 and a six-year warranty. Thanks op for the heads up.

stevo1725

Ah ok thank you for the clarification

Denon AVR-X2500H Atmos AV Receiver - £324 @ Richersounds + optional £35 for 6 years warranty
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EDIT: Price drop again, thanks to SudarshanaVinod Now order online, price has dropped to £349 with another £25 off with code AV25. Optional 6 year warranty @ £34.85. Link above… Read more
Ronnyjoz

Hmm. No attachments. I've replied to their email and copied in the Southampton store: I'll wait and see what they say. Thanks

DeepSeaDozzer

Check your email, if already shipped, they normally send a pdf document which has the invoice attached. It contains two pages, the second page is the proof of 6 year supercare warranty - it's only a single page document. If you have already received the goods and for some reason are missing, just give them a call and they will resend it.

Ronnyjoz

Invoice? (shock) All I have is the confirmation email, which does list the Supercare as a separate item. I normally don't bother with extended warranties, but since my last Denon didn't last much beyond two years I thought it prudent this time. These things generally take the form of insurance policies, so I thought perhaps there ought to be some sort of policy document. If that's the case I should be ringing the shop, but if proof of purchase is enough I won't sweat it.

undercover82

Ah yes mate, for some reason I thought you had a x500 (2018) range. The x400 (2017) range is different in that regard - that was one of the ‘bigger’ changes between the 2018 and 2017 models - the OSD output. I say ‘bigger’ in quotes because like you say, not a major thing if you don’t care of OSD.

ElBuc

Could well be the case, mine's an x2400h. But you'd imagine the OSD without reprocessing would be much less processor intensive. It is still very crisp with OSD turned on, there are just little things you notice, especially with 20GB movie files, mostly subtle tones missing when comparing.

Sony STR-DN1080 Hi-Res Dolby Atmos 7.2 Channel Home Theatre AV Receiver £364.65 @ Hughes Ebay
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Great price for this well-reviewed AV Receiver. Combined with the 15% ebay code Titanium. There are more than 10 left at the time of posting. What Hi-Fi review: whathifi.com/sony/… Read more
mrpops2ko

yeah, the hdmi 2.1 chips are only just being manufactured (or haven't been manufactured yet) so its impossible for them to be here or on other AVs. It can have some of the features of 2.1 though, like eARC whilst still being 2.0b

sureshot

Unlikely, HDMI 2.1 is a complete chipset upgrade. A couple of the functionality from the spec like eARC might be available, but not much else. Not many of Sony’s 2019 TV lineup doesn’t feature full HDMI 2.1 support.

sureshot

None of the current AVRs from any manufacturers do video. Not sure if it’s a licensing issue or the extra cost involved. I always thought it would be a great idea to implement it, that said LG and I think Samsung too are implementing AirPlay into their 2019 TVs.

talkshop

Sold out anyway, so don't waste your time.

cantbRssed1

Unless the receiver gets a firmware update that disables app support.

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