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Denon RCD-M41DAB Bluetooth/CD/DAB+ 30w What Hifi Award Winner Micro Hifi - £184 using code @ Hughes
Found 15th JulFound 15th Jul
I have an older version and it's fantastic, really tempted to upgrade for the bluetooth connectivity. "From going back to the drawing board Denon have completely rethought the des… Read more

all depends on the efficiency of the drivers


Richer sounds have the Diamond 9.0 on offer at the mo: In real life these look less 1980's black ash esp with the fronts on. I have a pair but have not run on my m40.




There's no reason why it wouldn't as far as I can see... Nope you're right sorry, will expire


Code SAVE15 does not work for this model :(

Denon AVR-X2400H AV Receiver - £299.90 @ Peter Tyson
Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
Cheapest price I've seen it. Hoping someone else can find me a cheaper one!

I have this amp. Really happy with it.


Thanks for the enlightenment! I already rated this as hot which it is. Many thanks for posting the deal!


You say that like you know the difference between the two models, care to enlighten me, my friend? I'll give you a hint, the pictures on Richer Sounds show the model number has a H, in the description on Richer Sounds, they refer to it as "AVR-X2400H" and also, Denon do not even list an AVR-X2400 without the H on their website.


No my friend.. there is a H missing at the end of that model number.


Good to hear! They were "the expensive" hifi shop in Carlisle in the 80s and my dad used to avoid them. The other one, "Misons", was cheaper but is long gone. They've just moved to a swanky new place (ex Dairy Crest creamery!) so

Denon Envaya Bluetooth speaker (white) £89.99 - Sold by Trusted-Goods and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
Only £89.99 on Amazon. Great Bluetooth speaker at a great price!
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I have been looking for a decent portable Bluetooth speaker looked at loads but this one seems to have it all :) so I have just ordered one :) cheers sharkburger (y) needless to say, heat added :D


Great speaker


I bought two of these. They are quality, and sound great. I have Sonos play 1’s too, and these Denon’s match them at least in my view. Great value.


Agreed, bought two. Bonus that it's in white. Supposed to sound similar to Sonos 1 with the added advantage of being portable/battery powered.


Lowest Price ever (on amazon) Checked CamelCamelCamel and the price has always been £100+ but averaging about £130 so seems a decent price! Heat Added.

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Denon AVRX2400H 7.2 Channel AV Surround Receiver with WiFi and Heos £299.00 at Electric shop
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
Decent price for a well reviewed AV Receiver.
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Stick with Denon AV amps they always sound superior to other makes pound for pound. I left and now I'm back :)


Tou need a a tv with earc


Wonder if this is a good 4K upgrade from a Sony DA2400ES or if I should go for the 1080


Late night setting this up, pulled out an old Yamaha dsp-e800 and Cambridge Audio A1 that I've had forever. What a step up, been watching Atmos demos all evening. The Mrs wasn't that impressed though, but she did appreciate the reduced clutter.


If I buy this and the heos sound bar, sub and hs2 speakers, can I connect them to avr wire free?

Denon DCD520AE CD Player - Amazon - £122.85
Found 18th MayFound 18th May
Been watching this for a while, been at £150 for a long time from 3rd party sellers, £179.99 from Amazon. Then got a notification from camelcamelcamel that it was reduced to £122.… Read more

It briefly went back up in price. It is now back down to £122.85.


Some people still prefer having CD's.


Yes. It's just a CD player. FLACs made these pointless. Even then you could pick up something much cheaper that has opt/coax to go to your amp and deliver 2ch lpcm. This won't magically add new quality on to the audio.


Whats causing the lower quality is the Bluetooth connection, or the DAC on whatever the source for your AUX connection is. If you use the Spotify client on PC and connect to a high quality USB DAC. It's nigh on impossible to tell the difference between lossless flac copies of CDs and Spotify streaming on extreme quality. The theme of this thread seems to be that people think streaming is what's causing the poor quality, when it's actually the hardware that's the problem. Streaming is literally just a way of moving data from a server to a client. It can be as high quality as any other digital source, given enough bandwidth.


All of the above. The cd player has an internal dac. Which creates the analogue signal from the digital cd. Different dac's, different sound quality. Amp amplifies, good amps, bad amps. Good speakers bad, bad speakers. Etc... or you could use the cd player as a transport only and output digital over optical and use the amps internal dac. Same rules apply.

Denon AVR-X540BT AV Receiver - £149 Richersounds VIP deal
Found 18th MayFound 18th May
With the VIP discount it goes down to 149, been looking for a budget receiver myself and this seems right up my street. Cheaper than the Yamaha RX-V383 and seems to be similar spe… Read more

Yes does seem like it, but says in-store only now.


This offer still on?


Just called them up and they just needed to see the email and that's it.


In went in to the Glasgow shop today and reserved the last one in store. The price was more expensive in store however after quoting the VIP price he honered it. Can anyone advice which speakers I should buy?


This deal was in an email mailer sent yesterday, I don't know why it isn't showing on the website. However here is the web link of said email: (trim link provided by Richer Sounds as a link to 'Send to a friend' of the offers.

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Denon DM41 £199 (black only) at Richer Sounds, plus get 20% off speakers over £150 or use this price to get at £179.10 from Superfi
Found 13th MayFound 13th May
Got posted before (credit to @evolva225) and I'm mystified why it went cold, but this price is back on at Richer Sounds and you can use it for the price match guarantee at Superfi … Read more
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Someone has for me, it seems :) Thanks for the heads-up!


Should unexpire. Back at £199 probably for the bank holiday weekend.


Expired £219 like Silver now.


I always thought it was "oooh" - Just checked and it's not! Wow.


Please don't delete the post. The more people laughing at you the better.

Denon AVRX2400H 7.2 Channel AV Surround Receiver - £294 with £5 off code £294 @ Electric Shop
Found 5th MayFound 5th May
Thought this was a pretty good deal. Same as Richer Sounds deal but with free delivery. Get £5 off with code MAY5SALE. 2% topcashback too. Also get £2.50 from the topcashback may p… Read more

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It's an old hukd meme when onkyo is mentioned, someone called Loughboroughguy said something similar to Dudleyguy in innocent seriousness and the thread went wild.


Seems like it is you that knows nothing about premium audio. Onkyo is Japanese and is the same company as Pioneer. Very much on a level with Denon who are the same company as Marantz. There is little or nothing to choose between them in terms of quality. A cheap Chinese brand they are not, but the Chinese now make some of the best premium audio in the world. Oppo (a Chinese company) made the best rated Bluray players, headphones etc. and have only just announced that they will stop making premium audio.


The warranty might


Peter Tyson have this with a 3 year warranty for £299

Yamaha RS202D DAB/Bluetooth Stereo Receiver £179 (also a speaker bundle avail) / Denon AVRX550BT £249 w/code @ Richer Sounds
LocalLocalFound 4th MayFound 4th May
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… Read more
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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.


Thank you for the advice! I think I’ll take a punt and grab one of these receivers from amazon!


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


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 uses the head phone jack as an aerial.


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:

Denon AVRX2400 (Black) £299 @ Richer Sounds instore only
LocalLocalFound 2nd MayFound 2nd May
For those of you that missed the Easter Deal on the Denon AVRX2400 it's on again at Richer Sounds @ £299. Offer ends 10/5/18 and Instore only You all know the rivals however I co… Read more

Definitely recommend BK subs.....punch well above their price point. Re speakers, I'd strongly advise looking at second hand. I got a set of five Kef 2001 eggs for £70. My front three are PMC TB2i which I picked up second hand for about £400..... Not bad for nearly £2k worth of speakers. That said, they need some fairly solid amplification for them to sing at their best, which this Denon won't provide. However, it's not just as simple as what is a "good speaker"....a great speaker and a great amp can sound poor if they are not well matched. Eg bright speakers and bright amps will lead to a very exciting, but very tiring (and potentially tinney) sound. HotUKDeals probably not the best place to ask for advice as most people will advise you either based on cost or what they have bought, head over to AVforums for more objective advice.


Thanks mate (y) I’ll take a look at them this weekend cheers


No real negatives so far however I've only owned the amp since Easter and still learning all it's features. Using your phone as a touchscreen remote is a nice touch. I'm in the process of selecting some up to date speakers. Most people in my price range are advising the Q acoustics 3000 or 7000 series as very good speakers. Also most are advising not to purchase the packaged Q A sub but go for a BK electronics one.


Cheers mate (y) yes I’ve read reviews that there’s not much difference between them so will probably go for the Denon like yourself,are you happy with yours any negatives ? what speaker system do you use as I’m looking for advice on what wall speakers to buy cheers


I think it's quite common to have the centre speaker set higher as it is just one speaker performing dialogue which is often softly spoken. With regards to upgrading later to Atmos 7.2.4 , this will probably depend on room size since it's quite a few more speakers in the miix

Denon AVRX2400 in stock at peter Tyson at £329 and price matched by RS
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Denon av amplifier 2400 available at 329 at peter Tyson and got it price matched by RS. I know it was at 299 few weeks back and I missed out then. Still a good bargain then at curr… Read more

Well your authority is wrong. a) Onkyo are Japanese, not Chinese. b) Onkyo bought out Pioneer in 2015. Denon is owned by the same company as Marantz (even higher end). c) Pioneer / Onkyo stuff is still different anyway ?

5nowman Looking at the photo.. where would you connect the sub woofer ? never setup a 5.1 with amp before. This item looks ideal with the Q Acoustics 5.1 Speaker Package. I just can't see where the sub plugs into (sorry if its a silly question)


If it dropped that low, then it would be a great deal


Hold out longer May/June is denon new range release. £249 is my bet or £230


Totally agree with you, £319.00 is currently a great price. Non of us have a time machine so although it was a good deal at £299.00, its still currently a good deal at £319.00

Denon AVR-X2400H AV Receiver.Free online Delivery.What Hi-Fi rated 5 Stars £299 @ Severnoaks sound and vision
Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
The Denon AVR-X2400H AV Receiver is now £299.00 at Sevenoaks Sound & Vision,it has 4k passthrough and Dolby Atmos with 8 hdmi inputs and also Wireless streaming. Rated 5 Stars … Read more
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Rate went back to 349/


ended up getting the extra warranty today...reminder set for 6 years :D


Touche. I see only battery deals for Maplin around here but I guess I don't pay much attention. Anyway. Richer Sounds do have things others don't offer. Maplin apparently don't, otherwise they'd be fine. See you back here in 6 years, if HUKD still exists!


Good point.. After a look it has less hdmi, no up scaling, no dts, no 2nd output, no WiFi


Deals Maplin 854 RS 1184 Doesn't support much.

Denon AVR X2400 - £299.99 @ Richer Sounds instore
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Don't think it's ever been cheaper. Very capable bit of kit with all the Atmos/DTS:X and 4K support you'd expect. In store only however.
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There are 2 more bank holidays due in May They might drop the price of this again, especially bearing in mind that a few people on here were told that there were 2,000 in the warehouse


expired now, price is £349


Just purchased from RS over the phone with free delivery on a price match with Severnoaks. Seems some RS stores are honouring free delivery as they have no stock and several thousand units stuck in their warehouse. They shut at 4pm today. Good luck


Just checked stock, by phone, in availability. Not available online according to the guy I chatted to 1 In Manchester 1 in Stockport


Cheers OP. Picked up the last one at my local store.

Denon AVRX2400H - £329 with code at Audiovisual Online
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
£20 off with code AV24, Got code in an email a little bit cheaper than previous deal here… Read more
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I bought one yesterday. When trying a few stores they all said there were loads more in the warehouse and offered to either get one in or send it out to me if I wanted one; might be worth trying a different Richersounds and seeing if they will do likewise??


No stock at richersounds, just checked.


For anyone thinking of Atmos with it. One of the best things I ever did. What's more surprising is the fake atmos modes that up convert lower range sources. Sounds stunning.


Hmm, interesting debate about the up scaling. I've always let my TV do it as I thought that would handle much better. Is that not always the case? I have a Samsung KS8000 and this receiver. I remember trying it once on my older Yamaha, it wasnt as good as my ES8000. In fact, it seemed like it couldn't handle it properly at all.


Yes but shhh don't tell them. They're entertaining.

Denon AVR-X1400H Receiver with Yamaha NSP40 Speaker Package £379 @ Superfi
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Combine the Denon AVR-X1400 7.2 Channel Receiver with the Yamaha NSP40 5.1 Speaker Package and experience full surround sound in your home. 1 x Yamaha NSP40 5.1 Speaker Package … Read more
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out of stock, ordered yesterday and just had email saying item discontinued and no stock :/


The Auddssey room correction on this is fantastic too


And you can play any music you want through this!


Can’t comment on the amp but I’m running these speakers through an older Sony amp. They are entry level speakers and do produce some nice sound-the sub has a lovely range. I do listen to music through mine and I do feel the satellites struggle a little bit when pushed, but for a starter package that’s a really decent price.


Great price! Only a bit more than a homepod!

Denon av receiver - tv surround sound - £149 @ Richer Sounds instore only
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Amazing price for an easy to use accomplished av receiver. It’s not Atmos but paired with the correct speakers sure to make a huge difference to your tv experience! This unit has h… Read more

This model DOES include ARC it's the x520BT that does not support it therefor this model has everything you could want, I own it and sound quality is amazing. pair this with the Sony x900e like me and you have one hell of a setup.


ARC isn't great for amps anyway, doesn't support 5.1 etc it's seriously flawed. Its a great idea but until ARC can handle 5.1,DTS etc it's fairly useless for most. I've got a Yamaha rx-v1067 that needs replacing as it doesn't support 4k and although the TV has plenty of HDMI ports I miss the easier switching etc from the amp etc. Don't know what to go for next something under £300 preferably If having trouble often ARC has to be enabled both ends, if it doesn't work try a different cables shorter the better. Was very fussy setting it up here eventually got it working but as its stereo only its just not worth it, if you've gone to the trouble of having an amp then you want the best sound possible instead of hobbling it to stereo.


If your sure you have it in the correct hdmi ok the tv then it’s just a case of selecting the correct options on tv. Think this guide might be helpful


Samsung MU6400 55 inch


Quite often the tv will only have 1 arc hdmi and for example on the two Panasonic’s I have it’s hdmi 2

Denon AVRX2400 (Black) Atmos AV Receiver £331.55 w/ code  @ Richer Sounds
Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
Lowest price this receiver has been - What hi-fi 5 star review Use code HOMECINEMA5 to get for £331.55 Free delivery HEOS built-in - for the finest multi-room audio HEOS… Read more
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I paired it with the Dali Zensor 5 Speaker Package and E12 subwoofer and they blew me away with the quality!




Had this beauty since last October and this is a great price. Just be aware it gets ridiculously hot after a few hours use so keep it well ventilated.


thought it was a music player sorry (embarrassed)


lol. what?

Denon AVR-X2400H AV Receiver - £349 @ Sevenoaks Sound
Found 15th FebFound 15th Feb
The AVR-X2400H 7.2 channel AV Surround Receiver delivers incredibly immersive surround sound, plenty of amplifier power and unparalleled music playback options, thanks to built-in … Read more

Or can set up the zone 2 for 7.1 surround sound, or HEOS surround. Bought mine a month ago for £355, so this is a very good price. Also works well with the normally offered Q Acoustics 3000i surround sound speaker system.


Noticed it was this price on Amazon as well. I bought one for £20 more a few weeks ago, it's a very nice amp, just need a couple more speakers now to make full use of it.


Thank you ordered from Peter Tyson for 3 year warranty


Spend another £150 and get a free amazon echo dot :D pay promotion.aspx


Same price at amazon, just ordered.

Denon AVRX2400 Atmos AV Receiver  £349.00  Richersounds
Found 15th FebFound 15th Feb
Great value receiver

I've just got a female to female HDMI connector that I just unplug from VR Box and join two cables together when not using the VR kit. Totally rubbish way of doing it I know but simplest option for me.


You have a 7 day "refund the difference" offer with them with any purchase... Call the store and get the difference refunded ASAP as time is ticking on your 7 days...


I think an optical cable might be a cheaper solution (angel)


Its not easy sadly. For now I'm using a separate HDMI cable into another HDMI input on my TV, switch over the PS4 to this HDMI cable when playing VR, switch back to the normal HDMI cable from PS4 > AVR > TV when playing normal PS4 games...


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