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Denon AVR-X2400H AV Receiver - £349 @ Sevenoaks Sound
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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
Uridium17 h, 52 m ago

This has. Zone 2 output...



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.
Uridium13 h, 48 m ago

This has. Zone 2 output...


Thank you ordered from Peter Tyson for 3 year warranty
Same price at amazon, just ordered.
Denon AVRX2400 Atmos AV Receiver  £349.00  Richersounds
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Found 15th FebFound 15th Feb
Great value receiver
Ninjesus15th Feb

I own this and HDR from my PS4 & XBOX 1 pass through fine, now to solve my …I own this and HDR from my PS4 & XBOX 1 pass through fine, now to solve my PSVR HDR dilemma


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.
tenohfive13 h, 46 m ago

Bought this for £400 from Richer Sounds last weekend. Gah.



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...
alltaken1233 h, 30 m ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Egreat-Ultra-HD-audio-splitter-HD-Audio/dp/B075F6ZSW3 Any use?


I think an optical cable might be a cheaper solution
Ninjesus40 m ago

I own this and HDR from my PS4 & XBOX 1 pass through fine, now to solve my …I own this and HDR from my PS4 & XBOX 1 pass through fine, now to solve my PSVR HDR dilemma


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...
BristolBillyBob56 m ago

I don't really understand the meme, but I think it's something to do with …I don't really understand the meme, but I think it's something to do with Onkyo and sofas?


And yogurts.
Denon X3300W Refurbished last one - £468.85 Delivered @ Hyperworld ebay
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Found 12th FebFound 12th Feb
It's hard to find these and from reviews it's a very good receiver 450 + 19 delivery = 470. 12 months warranty. I have X2200W and it's a bit weak but I read that this one has much … Read more
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ro53ben12th Feb

EOL is accurate as it is end of life and has been replaced by another …EOL is accurate as it is end of life and has been replaced by another model. Either it's end of life or it isn't - it is end of life.


EOL is waaaaay beyond just having a successor.
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Rockclimber6 m ago

EOL is not the most accurate term in this case. It's not in retail anymore …EOL is not the most accurate term in this case. It's not in retail anymore but compared to the latest generation it only lacks HEOS which is only usable for people wanting to use HEOS. It has 2 instead of 3 outputs when most people use 1 but other than that it's the same thinghttps://www.crutchfield.com/Product/CompareTo.aspx?g=10420&compareItems=01|033AVX3300&compareItems=01|033AVX3400


EOL is accurate as it is end of life and has been replaced by another model. Either it's end of life or it isn't - it is end of life.
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ro53ben26 m ago

I've had one of these for about a year, it's a great bit of kit. No …I've had one of these for about a year, it's a great bit of kit. No comment on price as it's EOL now.


EOL is not the most accurate term in this case. It's not in retail anymore but compared to the latest generation it only lacks HEOS which is only usable for people wanting to use HEOS. It has 2 instead of 3 outputs when most people use 1 but other than that it's the same thing
crutchfield.com/Pro…400
Really good price for a Dolby atmos AV receiver. Good make in Denon too.
I've had one of these for about a year, it's a great bit of kit. No comment on price as it's EOL now.
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Denon AVRX2400 7.2 Channel AV Surround Receiver with WiFi and Heos - £369 @ Electric shop
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Fantastic Amp for the money! AVR-X2400H The AVR-X2400H 7.2 channel AV Surround Receiver delivers incredibly immersive surround sound, plenty of amplifier power and unparalleled m… Read more
Ayrshireguy2nd Feb

Yes I'm afraid the amp needs to support it. Unless your TV supports it and …Yes I'm afraid the amp needs to support it. Unless your TV supports it and your blu ray player has twin hdmi ports, one to feed your sound to any AV reciever and one direct to tv.


Looks like a upgrade on my av amp soon, but have managed to get hdr, and dolby via my onkyo 626, using direct link for audio and my lg 4k tv.
Got mine with the denon sys2020 speakers from RS for £489
rdann1 h, 18 m ago

Do you need a HDR amp to view this format, surely any AV amp should allow …Do you need a HDR amp to view this format, surely any AV amp should allow this?


Yes I'm afraid the amp needs to support it. Unless your TV supports it and your blu ray player has twin hdmi ports, one to feed your sound to any AV reciever and one direct to tv.
heathead31st Jan

Just had one of these delivered yesterday from Richer Sounds.


I got one a couple of weeks ago to replace my 5 year old Sony amp. The sound this amp produces is fantastic, crystal clear sound. Highly recommend this.
hcc2731st Jan

Wow, HDR, Dolby Vision and HLG!! Then add Atmos (OP - stick that in the …Wow, HDR, Dolby Vision and HLG!! Then add Atmos (OP - stick that in the title as well). This is hot, hot, hot.



Do you need a HDR amp to view this format, surely any AV amp should allow this?
Denon 5.2 AVRX540BT AV Receiver 4K UHD HDR Bluetooth £229 @ Richer Sounds
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Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
Great price for an entry receiver Denon home cinema receiver: the AVR-X540BT is a 5.2 channel affair which, Denon says, is based on the design of its other X-series receiver. … Read more
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Sandy10122 m ago

Im experiencing audio lag (speech out of synch slightly) on this new Denon …Im experiencing audio lag (speech out of synch slightly) on this new Denon AV receiver, The Sky box is plugged in via HDMI cable. In some audio modes its not as noticable, but still fairly annoying.Im a complete novice and Iv tried to read up how to fix, but getting more confused I might have to return it and swop for the Yamaha if I cannot resolve


Audio sync settings under audio. Audio delay I think the feature is called. Increase it.
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Im experiencing audio lag (speech out of synch slightly) on this new Denon AV receiver,
The Sky box is plugged in via HDMI cable.
In some audio modes its not as noticable, but still fairly annoying.

Im a complete novice and Iv tried to read up how to fix, but getting more confused
I might have to return it and swop for the Yamaha if I cannot resolve
There's also a Yamaha on offer for £200 that (whilst isn't as good as the Denon, probably) does support dolby vision, for those of you with UHD DV players.
I have the old 520BT version of this. Only difference appears to be the lack of 4K. Excellent bit of kit, and I have always found Denon to be great quality. You don’t necessarily need to have a full 5.1 setup you can just go with a stereo pair to improve the sound as most TV speakers are a bit tinny. I currently have mine paired with Q Acoustics 2020i.
Ordered thanks
Denon AVR-X7200WA £1499 at Peter Tyson
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Denon AV receiver, was flagship model until a day ago. Probably a bit to specialist for most but if you are in the market for a high end AV receiver which support loads for format… Read more
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Looking at this receiver but just read up about heos speakers for denon I take it this receiver will not work with heos? I have a set of monitor audio silver 5.1 with the rx8 for the front floorstanding speakers and a pair of wall mounted monitor audio silver and speakers is this receiver out of date? Ie regarding heos? Need some help with this ta
HotBot3 h, 33 m ago

At this price you should also be looking at the Yamaha RX-A2070/3070 (or …At this price you should also be looking at the Yamaha RX-A2070/3070 (or the older 3060 if at the right price). Yamaha tend to be more reliable and run cooler than Denon.


thanks for the info
At this price you should also be looking at the Yamaha RX-A2070/3070 (or the older 3060 if at the right price). Yamaha tend to be more reliable and run cooler than Denon.
Yes great find great upgrade
i have a old pioneer av lx 71 i think it is and we have monitor audio silver speakers would this av be a big upgrade ?or worth the money ?
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Denon AVR-X1400H 7.2 Channel AV Surround Receiver £299 @ Superfi
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Lowest it's ever been by £30. Absolute steal at under £300. This is the one I would have got on Black Friday had the price been around this. Ended up going for the X2400H as it was… Read more
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cas3987th Jan

How does this compare to the 2400? Looking to buy my first AVR and was …How does this compare to the 2400? Looking to buy my first AVR and was also interested in the denon 5.1 speakers


I've got the 2400, it has 95w vs 80w for stereo, 4k upscaling, 8 vs 6 HDMI inputs,but pretty much everything else is identical. I wouldn't say the 2400 is worth £70 more though. I'd have got this one had the price difference been the same at time of purchasing. Ended up getting the 2400 for a tenner more than what the 1400 was.
rev632 m ago

They're passive speakers so no. The AV powers them.


The Sub Woofer is always active so this will power down automatically when not needed.

I would suggest you make the most of a Dolby Atmos enabled receiver and stretch to the Onkyo SKSHT588 5.1.2 (£379 from RS) as a starter package.

You should also consider the Yamaha RX-V583 (£289) as it is similar in spec to the Denon but Yamaha's tend to be more reliable. (Under £670 for a Atmos 5.1.2 system is not bad going.
wakkaday2 m ago

If I wanted a complete set up speaker for atmos how much should I expect …If I wanted a complete set up speaker for atmos how much should I expect to pay. A speaker system that's reasonable? And also do these speakers auto shut down or have to be powered manually each time and separately


They're passive speakers so no. The AV powers them.
If I wanted a complete set up speaker for atmos how much should I expect to pay. A speaker system that's reasonable? And also do these speakers auto shut down or have to be powered manually each time and separately
Pepp7721 m ago

Would prefer these - …Would prefer these - https://www.richersounds.com/q-acoustics-q3020-matte-graphite.html - cheaper too.


I got these - excellent speakers
Denon DM41 HiFi with Dali Zensor 1 speakers £374.98 @ EAV
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Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
Quite a discount for the Denon DM41 hifi with Dali Zensor 1 speakers. Separately would be £100 more expensive. Richersounds price matched too
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Daverhodes1112nd Jan

You can also get the newer Dali Spektor 2 speakers for a fiver cheaper. …You can also get the newer Dali Spektor 2 speakers for a fiver cheaper. Although reviews suggest the Zensors are the better choice.


I got the dm41 and spektor2 just before new year. Would hope your wrong and I made the correct choice.
jamiethind3 h, 41 m ago

Is this a better set up than sonos 5.1? Also can the Denon be used …Is this a better set up than sonos 5.1? Also can the Denon be used wirelessly via apps etc?


Doesnt appear so but add a chromecast audio and toslink and your sorted. Just remember that this will reveal how crap the source is so if your stream mp3's they will sound souless, so use FLAC or a HIRes straming service such as Tidal of Qobuz. IMHO this will sound better that sonus. Go in store and try it out ( only problem is Richer dont sell Chromecast Audio ( Dont undersatnd why as its WhatHiFI 5*)
Nice find. Great first post
Is this a better set up than sonos 5.1?

Also can the Denon be used wirelessly via apps etc?
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If buying from Richer Sounds, don’t forget to ask for the free speaker cable and banana plugs to match the EAV deal. They gave me 6 metres of Cambridge audio silver speaker cable and 8 banana plugs which all together was about £45 for free!
Denon AVR-X2400H 7.2 Channel AV Surround Receiver - £369 @ Sold by Sevenoaks Sound & Vision On-Line and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Found 29th Dec 2017Found 29th Dec 2017
My first post, so go easy(!). I've been watching this 5 star rated AV Denon amp for some months now and this is the best price it's been online. This deal is with Sevenoaks Vision … Read more
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rev618 h, 26 m ago

Better calibration. More power. I said before if the 2300 and 2400 sound a …Better calibration. More power. I said before if the 2300 and 2400 sound a like. The 3300 will sound better.


Is this dependant on high end speakers though? Im only after a decent package to start with the option of upgrading in the future.
cas39810 h, 35 m ago

Advantage of the 3300 over this?


Exactly as rev has said, of course you'll be looking at the current model which is 3400, I doubt you'll find 3300 anywhere. Have a listen to both ranges in richer sounds if you're not sure it's worth the extra.
cas3981 h, 15 m ago

Advantage of the 3300 over this?



Better calibration. More power. I said before if the 2300 and 2400 sound a like. The 3300 will sound better.
jumpinoffthbed29th Dec 2017

If you can stretch to mid range I highly recommend, I picked up the 3300 a …If you can stretch to mid range I highly recommend, I picked up the 3300 a few months back and it still puts a smile on my face every time. Floor standing speakers to make the most of the extra power and you can gradually build up to an atmos setup over time. The internet radio is great too


Advantage of the 3300 over this?
Got this for Christmas, so far I am impressed. Things like Spotify and other compatible apps don’t matter to me. Purely using it to sound and pass through 4k.
I had a Sony str2400 and this seems to sound better.
Yesterday watched Atomic blonde 4k and the sound was very crispy and detailed. Might get some Atmos speaker to see what is all about 😊
Denon AVR-X1400H 7.2 Channel AV Surround Receiver £329 @ Superfi
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The new Denon AVR-X1400H home cinema receiver is designed for you to enjoy an exceptional surround sound experience with the latest audio formats including Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. T… Read more
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Or go for pioneer vsx932 same price
chrisdjmoyles2 m ago

Thanks you for that - brilliant help mate.


Sorry it's not the answer you require but I hope it helps in you're search.
modelman10 m ago

A mismatch in speaker vs Amp impedance does not equal poor sound quality. …A mismatch in speaker vs Amp impedance does not equal poor sound quality. It simply creates a loss in power efficiency. Theoretically a 4 ohm amp and 4 ohm speaker could allow a full power transition to the speaker. In the real world this never happens as nothing is 100% efficient. Cable resistance (loss) is also another factor.


I was simply asking what speakers he/she had & didn't mention anything about ohm's ? It was more to do with matching an amp with speakers in regards warmth/neutral/sharpness. This is all down to personal taste ! Please quote the OP & enlighten him with you're knowledge.
Andi-C26 m ago

These all in one systems are a good start into the AV (expensive) world of …These all in one systems are a good start into the AV (expensive) world of home cinema but lack any updating later. I started with some small Tannoy HTS 5.1 (£349) small speakers + sub & a Yamaha middle tier amp (£349). I choose this because if I want to upgrade later I could with the speakers. Then the amp if required !I now own a Pioneer middle to hight amp (£599), Tannoy precision 6.2 (£799) & a BK xxls 400 sub (£379). I didn't go through the 5.1/7.1 set up, stereo with a sub is enough for my needs & more expensive the more you add.I'm not the best to ask for speaker ohm, it's a science that I understand but don't speak the language but can only state what ive done & where I found the best information.AVforums is a UK based site that has some great guys & girls who have done & owned the lot. There is all the info (probably too much) for starting your own set up.If you have a Richer Sounds near you I would head down there & get a demo. I wouldn't want to mislead or guide you to my way, I'd rather give you the information that helped me.Here's my rig for my modest house (shot on a low end mobile lol)[Image]


Thanks you for that - brilliant help mate.
Andi-C1 h, 48 m ago

What speakers do you have ? Amp pairing with speakers can make a …What speakers do you have ? Amp pairing with speakers can make a difference !



A mismatch in speaker vs Amp impedance does not equal poor sound quality. It simply creates a loss in power efficiency. Theoretically a 4 ohm amp and 4 ohm speaker could allow a full power transition to the speaker. In the real world this never happens as nothing is 100% efficient. Cable resistance (loss) is also another factor.
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Denon AVRX2400 £379 richersounds
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The powerful 7.2 Channel AVR-X2400H provides incredibly immersive surround sound and continues Denon's reputation for creating award winning AV products. This latest model, yet aga… Read more
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mreriksen14 h, 55 m ago

I would be looking at denon x3300 instead of this one as last year's …I would be looking at denon x3300 instead of this one as last year's models should be heavily discounted now.


I got the 3300 a few months back , it's incredibly good and I'm glad I didn't get the lower powered 2400. I don't think you'll find any sellers now tho they've all cleared stock to sell the 3400.
I would be looking at denon x3300 instead of this one as last year's models should be heavily discounted now.
Have this under the tree 🎄 can’t wait 😊
I prefer my old Sony to the 2300 Denon I have but it's still a decent receiver. The Sony's after all have a lot less ports/features.

I struggled to get HDR to work correctly from my PS4 but in the end it was the Scaler being enabled and I think the output was set to Bypass (meaning the signal went untouched by the receiver) and it works fine now. That was on the 2300 though so maybe it's different on this one.
tempt1 h, 32 m ago

Pay a bit more for something more reliable from the same …Pay a bit more for something more reliable from the same retailer:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/av-amp-sony-str-dn1080-459-at-richer-sounds-2858835


Had the denon avr1911 for 6 years with no issues. Upgraded to the 2400 a few weeks back and really impressed!
Denon AVR-X2400H (7.1, Atmos, 4K HDR, HDCP 2.2) AV Receiver - Hughes - £379 Delivered
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There's a £25 off code (sale25) that takes £25 off £350 but I couldn't get it to work. Anyone can, let us know! Quidco: (2.5%) https://www.quidco.com/hughes/?st=hughes&tr=5… Read more
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Got a AVR-X3300 earlier this year, amazing.

I highly recommend the Q Acoustics speakers, I have these:

richersounds.com/q-a…tml

Unless you go higher end, you'll find that you can only have 5.1 with Atmos, i.e. 5.1.2, or 7.1 without - most people agree that 3D 5.1.2 is way better than flat 7.1 surround.

For Atmos you'll need speakers on the ceiling or special Atmos speakers which reflect the sound off the ceiling from below. I went with a pair of Bose cubes mounted on the ceiling and they work well.
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modelman9 h, 3 m ago

Thanks for the info. I'm certain the 2300 model was £299 at one stage but …Thanks for the info. I'm certain the 2300 model was £299 at one stage but missed the boat as usual. This is probably then a re-badged 2300 with a firmware upgrade.Still a good deal though.




You're right, this will probably hit around that in April or so if you can wait. They always drop off when the new model is released. But they sell out fast as the price falls, so you've gotta make a decision when to bite in fear of missing out (and having to wait again, or pay a bit more for the current model). I was in same situation last year too.
Thanks for the info. I'm certain the 2300 model was £299 at one stage but missed the boat as usual. This is probably then a re-badged 2300 with a firmware upgrade.
Still a good deal though.
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modelman2 h, 29 m ago

What is the difference between this and the 2300 model other than the …What is the difference between this and the 2300 model other than the higher price? I can't see any looking at the specs.


There's not much (mainly the HEOS stuff I think), but you can't get the x2300 new now.
modelman14 m ago

What is the difference between this and the 2300 model other than the …What is the difference between this and the 2300 model other than the higher price? I can't see any looking at the specs.



I was after x2300w my self, but I bought the x2400h, because its exactly the same price just now.

Found on Denon site:
"The new AVR-X2400H offers all the winning features of its predecessor the AVR-X2300H, but with greater ability for both home theater and music use. It includes the ultra-precise Audyssey MultEQ XT calibration and set-up system, complete with Denon’s new Audyssey MultEQ Editor app (available for purchase in the Appstores) to allow the user to fine-tune its settings. And it can be used with the HEOS system, thanks to HEOS integration."
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Denon Heos 1 HS2 £149 @ Peter tyson
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Denon Heos 1 HS2 wireless and Bluetooth speaker including the Go Pack which is usually a £79 extra. Available in black or white, splash proof so can use it in the bathroom. 2 year … Read more
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Ordered!! Will be my first HEOS product so hoping is as good as reviews suggest. Will be purchasing home cinema if happy with the little speaker
£15 delivery for me.
Heat. Bought one. Thanks
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They are £20 cheaper now than the Black Friday deal which also included the Go Pack. I was tempted then. I popped into the showroom today and collected mine, all sealed cartons. Ask for Steven Hope if ringing them as he is in the hifi section.
Bargain with the go pack. These seem to have gone up in price to around this much without the go pack.
Denon Heos 1 HS2 Internet radio, Bluetooth - Twin Pack - White £245 -  Conrad Electronic UK
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Description Amazing sound from a compact, portable speaker. The compact enclosure features humidity resistance, making the HEOS 1 ideal for listening in damp or steamy environm… Read more
Thanks for the post. It looked like a very good deal and Denon have always been a premium product.

Glad they're moisture proof as whoever got them will be crying tears of joy.
OllieSt29 m ago

It most certainly was a twin pack when I posted it, but now it's not …It most certainly was a twin pack when I posted it, but now it's not showing.Time to expire.


Bah thanks for the post anyway. I'll have to look for another xmas pressie for meself
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It most certainly was a twin pack when I posted it, but now it's not showing.


Time to expire.
BOGGLE005 m ago

It might just my ageing eyes or the meaty description but where does it …It might just my ageing eyes or the meaty description but where does it say you get the twin pack on the link?It reads like you can link two together but that's going to cost the same again.


I'm not that old (well, I keep telling myself that) and I don't see the twin pack anywhere on the site either. I was quite tempted by this.
It might just my ageing eyes or the meaty description but where does it say you get the twin pack on the link?

It reads like you can link two together but that's going to cost the same again.
Denon AVR-X3400H 7.2 AV Surround Receiver - £629.10 at superfi
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cantbRssed15 h, 36 m ago

It doesn't have an optical out, but I dont see any reason why it shouldn't …It doesn't have an optical out, but I dont see any reason why it shouldn't work via HDMI. However it might be worth looking at other alternatives if all you need is an optical switch.....the technology in AVRs is updated soooo fast these days, and they depreciate massively. (My 4 year old £1k Pioneer is now worth less than £150) If you are going to be getting a full suite of speakers in the next 3 months, go for it, but if more than six months, it would probably be worth looking into HDMI switches, or a second hand but much older AVR, eg a Denon 1911 could be picked up for £50-£75 (but won't pass through 4k if you need that).fwiw, a set of speakers to do this justice will be £1k to £2.5k. Of course it will work with lesser speakers, but you could use a much cheaper AVR and not notice the difference.


Very useful, thanks. Think I'll wait until I can afford amp and speakers at the same time and see where technology is at that point rather than trying to increment my way towards the end state
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It doesn't have an optical out, but I dont see any reason why it shouldn't work via HDMI.

However it might be worth looking at other alternatives if all you need is an optical switch.....the technology in AVRs is updated soooo fast these days, and they depreciate massively. (My 4 year old £1k Pioneer is now worth less than £150) If you are going to be getting a full suite of speakers in the next 3 months, go for it, but if more than six months, it would probably be worth looking into HDMI switches, or a second hand but much older AVR, eg a Denon 1911 could be picked up for £50-£75 (but won't pass through 4k if you need that).

fwiw, a set of speakers to do this justice will be £1k to £2.5k. Of course it will work with lesser speakers, but you could use a much cheaper AVR and not notice the difference.
So, possibly a stupid question. Could I hook up a bunch of inputs to this (multiple consoles, Sky box, CD player etc) and then output sound to a soundbar via HDMI/optical?

I know it wouldn't get the best out of the unit by a long way, but I'd need to save up for a bit before buying a full set of speakers. Is the method I've outlined possible in the interim?
It's back, in black: Denon DM40 back down to £149 again @ RicherSounds
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Not the silver version, as per this deal that I posted in April. Can probably get £10 off if you're a member of the Richer Sounds VIP Club. It's in-store only, and I have no idea… Read more
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Marekj27 m ago

If you listen to DAB radio and Spotify over Bluetooth, you’ll struggle to h …If you listen to DAB radio and Spotify over Bluetooth, you’ll struggle to hear any difference. If you still listen to CDs, then yes, it’s better. Build quality identical. Bluetooth over an echo dot hooked up to dm40 sounds better than in built BT on Dm41. Have both, regret upgrading, not because it’s bad, just the there isn’t the world of difference reviews would have you believe.

Still got my old Dm39 and listen to CDs a lot still so thanks for the advice. I'll be upgrading to the Dm41 for sure now.
Would take one if it was online. Sadly too far to travel for me. Shame as great price.
NATHANDRAKEUNCHARTED3 h, 32 m ago

£80 more and apparently a much better built and sounding system.


If you listen to DAB radio and Spotify over Bluetooth, you’ll struggle to hear any difference. If you still listen to CDs, then yes, it’s better.

Build quality identical. Bluetooth over an echo dot hooked up to dm40 sounds better than in built BT on Dm41.

Have both, regret upgrading, not because it’s bad, just the there isn’t the world of difference reviews would have you believe.
BEASTIE3 h, 9 m ago

Have to pay extra for the speakers


what about the amp?
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davidfwalsh12 m ago

Great little system but doesn't the dm41 have Bluetooth and only 30 quid …Great little system but doesn't the dm41 have Bluetooth and only 30 quid more ?



£80 more and apparently a much better built and sounding system.
DENON DM-41DAB Bluetooth Micro System (Silver) with SC M41 speakers £299.99 @ Currys
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Haven't found a better price for the whole micro system. What HiFi 2017 Best Microsystem https://www.whathifi.com/denon/d-m41dab/review http://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/… Read more
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obwan20141 h, 13 m ago

Two DM41s here with Wharfedale Diamond 220s and Diamond 9s:£269 9s …Two DM41s here with Wharfedale Diamond 220s and Diamond 9s:£269 9s https://www.richersounds.com/hi-fi/mini-hi-fi-system-deals/denon-dm41-wharfedale-diamond-9-0.html£299 220s https://www.richersounds.com/hi-fi/mini-hi-fi-system-deals/denon-dm41-wharfedale-diamond-220.htmlWharfedale 220s https://www.whathifi.com/wharfedale/diamond-220/reviewIt seems to let me order online for the 220 version, which seems a steal, but I don't need them so not confirmed.Edit: Just spoken to a very helpful Vic in Richer tele-sales 0333 900 0093 and he has the 220 package showing in stock.Amazon base unit £249: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B071FQWBGZ/?tag=whhifi-21&retsolclick=59fb1455ca818c0100d9a680


Extra £10 off too, richersounds.com/inf…ers
The 220 deal might be better than the expired Currys deal as the speakers are probably worth an extra £50.
Two DM41s here with Wharfedale Diamond 220s and Diamond 9s:

£269 9srichersounds.com/hi-…tml
£299 220srichersounds.com/hi-…tml

Wharfedale 220s whathifi.com/wha…iew

It seems to let me order online for the 220 version, which seems a steal, but I don't need them so not confirmed.

Edit: Just spoken to a very helpful Vic in Richer tele-sales 0333 900 0093 and he has the 220 package showing in stock.
Amazon base unit £249: amazon.co.uk/dp/…680
Edited by: "obwan2014" 2nd Nov 2017
I’m after something to listen to Spotify, maybe occasional cd, Dab and internet radio. Aux in or Bluetooth too for iPad as I want to use it for sound for the sufferfest app I use (bike turbo trainer). Maybe I should get the cheaper dm40, a chromecast and optical cable? Didn’t want a Bluetooth speaker as the sound quality is crap. I do have a pair of old huge naim intro 2 speakers so could use them and just buy the amp if I can find room for floorstanders...
Edited by: "jazzist" 1st Nov 2017
mix7 m ago

Yeah, yeah, all that. But the internet radio interface on the RCDN9 is …Yeah, yeah, all that. But the internet radio interface on the RCDN9 is actually horrendous. And, on my RCDN7, it's already obsolete. I use a Chromecast on it instead and wish it had a DAB tuner. Much better (in my opinion) to have the 40 or 41 and spend the extra £17.95 on a Chromecast which you can then control, either for radio or Spotify etc, through Google Home or a lovely smartphone app. And have the benefit of DAB built on.


Unless you have a preference for uncompressed audio, then the RCDN9 is better. Personally I could care less for micro systems, but at least buyers have options, both yours and my opinion.

I have an ageing Denon DNP-720AE circa 2012 Network Audio Player attached to an ageing none networked Marantz SR-5004 Receiver, the internet radio interface works perfectly fine, as does FLAC streaming from my NAS drive. I cannot understand what would be wrong with the internet radio interface on the RCDN9.
Edited by: "cicobuff" 1st Nov 2017
cicobuff2 h, 55 m ago

I would disagree, DAB is a useful option for portability i.e the garden or …I would disagree, DAB is a useful option for portability i.e the garden or car and more suited obviously to the sort of situations where broadband is not available/convenient.Considering this is a system designed to be a compact home hi-fi system and most homes having broadband there is more choice of radio stations via internet than DAB.Bluetooth as well as chromecast offers lower quality streaming than the inbuilt streaming of the RCD-N9 which provides MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC 192/24, WAV 192/24, AIFF 192/24, ALAC 96/24.Chromecast audio cannot do FLAC natively with its app through its walled gardened play music app, it is far more of a faff using third party options.There is nothing the Denon RCD-N9 cannot do for fractionally more in cost than the DM41 other than lacking the ability to receive DAB which is improved upon by its internet radio capabilities.AirPlay for direct link to iDevice and iTunesPlays music from Computer/NAS and online servicesWindows 8/RT CompatibilitySupports Spotify connectSupports Bluetooth and NFCInternet radio and network audio streaming via Ethernet or Wi-FiSupports MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC 192/24, WAV 192/24, AIFF 192/24, ALAC 96/24Gapless playbackPlays USB memory and USB memory playersPlays CD, CD-R /CD-RW (WMA or MP3)Listen to FM / AMSupport iPod Charge in standby modeControllable with New Denon Hi-Fi Remote App from Phone/iPod Touch, iPad, and Android3 line OELD (Organic Electro Luminescence Display) with high contrast and wide view2 Digital inputs for upgrading the sound of your TV set or other sources with optical digital output


Yeah, yeah, all that. But the internet radio interface on the RCDN9 is actually horrendous. And, on my RCDN7, it's already obsolete. I use a Chromecast on it instead and wish it had a DAB tuner.

Much better (in my opinion) to have the 40 or 41 and spend the extra £17.95 on a Chromecast which you can then control, either for radio or Spotify etc, through Google Home or a lovely smartphone app. And have the benefit of DAB built on.
Edited by: "mix" 1st Nov 2017
Denon SYS2020 5.1 Speaker Package  £149.00  Richersounds - free delivery
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Small enough to blend in but powerful enough to make its presence felt, the Denon SYS2020 speaker package is equally respectful of both home and cinema. Spacious, Denon sound High… Read more
I've tried these speakers about 6 months ago paired with a Denon AVR X2300W, The sound quality was much better than I expected for the price.

The price was the same then though, so its possible they are often reduced.
Denon Avr-x2400 with 3 years warranty £459 @ Peter Tyson
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Won't be for everyone but currently the best price I could find. Use the £40 off code to get this price.
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jane342 m ago

Is this a good deal or is hubby better to wait till has funds to get the …Is this a good deal or is hubby better to wait till has funds to get the denon2400 below ?https://www.audiovisualonline.co.uk/product/19454/onkyo-ht-s5805-black-5-1-2-channel-home-theatre-system-w-dolby-atmos/ £569http://petertyson.co.uk/index.php/denon-avr-x2400h-av-receiver-with-q-acoustic-3000-cinema-system.html£979or is the speakers here just as good? Denon AVR-X2400H 7.2 Channel Receiver with 'Wharfedale DX1SE 5.1 Speakers' £729thankyou




Second bundle is much better.
Is this a good deal or is hubby better to wait till has funds to get the denon2400 below ?
audiovisualonline.co.uk/pro…os/ £569


petertyson.co.uk/ind…tml
£979
or is the speakers here just as good?
Denon AVR-X2400H 7.2 Channel Receiver with 'Wharfedale DX1SE 5.1 Speakers' £729


thankyou
Me wither. Don't feel so bad it wasn't just me then
hame1mahey28th Sep

What's the £40 discount code, is it still useable and for all items?



I couldn't find any Peter Tyson code that would work, nor even any evidence there ever was a £40 code.
What's the £40 discount code, is it still useable and for all items?
Edited by: "hame1mahey" 28th Sep 2017
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