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Manufacturer refurbished Denon DM41DAB Micro DAB CD FM System Silver DM-41DAB £159.99 + £16.86 p&p ebay / hyperworld
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Posted 22nd JunPosted 22nd Jun
Was going to buy this at £249 from Richer Sounds. This looks like a no brainer with a 12 month warranty, only down side is the P&P

Should be expired. Price is £216.85 now


Everything turned up, connected it today. Haven't turned it off, sounds amazing. I think it's worth every penny (y)


I think you're the confused one. Does Mmmmm Denon ring any bells? ;)


You're only renting from streaming services. You own nothing. Unlike buying a hard copy in whatever format you prefer.


Looks good, but no minidisc so I'll pass.

Denon AVR-1600H 7.1 AV Receiver £305.91 at peter_tyson eBay
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Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
This is a model below the avr-2600h. It seems to be a good price for a brand new receiver. I'll be interested to hear people's thoughts on waiting for a HDMI 2.1 receiver or not.… Read more

Price has gone up to £359.90 now :(


I'm in a similar position but with an ancient receiver (no HDMI!), and will go with this to get surround sound on my PS4 Slim (no optical output!). I don't care much beyond 4K, or 5.1. I stream all my movies (HD) and my internet isn't great. I wouldn't use the extra features of the 2600. I'll probably get a PS5 eventually, and this will handle what I need with eArc - not that my current TV supports it! This purchase will do and I'll see how HDMI 2.1 and AMOLED TVs progress - neither are ready yet, but I need something now.


Just amp with speakers it's for watching blu rays


Do you need anything specific like Bluetooth, DLNA, CD? Or simply an amplifier with speakers?


Upto 350 maybe I need look second hand

Denon AVR-X2600H - Richer Sounds refurb - 12 months warranty £349 @ Richer Sounds
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Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
Had one in these for my basket for a few mins before hitting the button to buy as decided the £100 saving would be better than the £449 with the 6 year warranty (my current Technic… Read more

Have just phoned my nearest Richer Sounds and they had the AVR-X3600 for £695 with the 6 year warranty so have purchased one as they knocked £30 off taking it down to £665. They have not got them in stock but still ship once they get some in (hopefully not too long to wait as can't be bothered to reconnect my old Technics amp). 😁


OK thanks for the reply. I think I may give the AVR-X3600 a go (hopefully a decent price new with a 6 year warranty comes up). 😁


Hard to draw general conclusions, I probably would give Denon another chance as maybe I was just unlucky. But I definitely wouldn't buy a refurbished unit if RS aren't willing to stand behind their product with a normal warranty. I haven't bought a replacement yet.


OK thanks for that. Were you saying you wouldn't trust Denon again? I'm also thinking of a Yamaha amp (think the model was RX880). What did you replace the Denon with in the end?


Do not take the chance. My Denon 2400 had to be repaired 3 times within 2 years and was eventually returned for a refund. That's probably what has happened here - you're buying a device that has been patched up to hopefully last another year before it finally conks out.

Denon AVR-X4500H 9.2 4K-AV-Receiver £845 - Dispatched from and sold by TVA Tech on Amazon
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Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Denon AVR-X4500H 9.2 4K-AV-Receiver, think it may be cheaper than usual, only 2 at time of posting
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As I say, someone claimed wrong. Google it.


Yes I know affiliate links just like hukd, that what I always thought, but so.rone on these forums claimed they were bought out by Amazon... I only beloved it because the camels website is nowhere near as good as it once was....


Someone was wrong. The site makes money through referring people to amazon, it isn't owned by amazon.


Someone said camels is owned by Amazon so i take the price watch tool with at least a pinch of salt


Talking about the 2020 Denon models......this 4500 got none...

Denon AVR-X2700H AV Receiver HDMI 2.1, 4k 120hz & 8k 60hz - £599 @ Sevenoaks Sound
Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
Available for pre order going to grab one of these myself nearer the time.
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The reason why this is an essential purchase is because it is one of the very few AV receivers that supports passthrough for both HDR formats HDR10+ and Dolby Vision. Hot!


Agreed have owned Onkyo and Pioneer and absolutely wouldn't go back. I've had problems with both brands too and glad I took out 6 year warranties on both.


What Pioneer did you get? I have a Pioneer VSX-933 and only recently read about how they significantly cheat on reporting their Watts per channel output. I just got the Denon 4500 whilst waiting for my Pioneer to have a repair done on it and I am frankly shocked at how many orders of magnitude better it sounds than my Pioneer. Supposedly the Pioneer is 135 WPC but in reality it's closer to 80 WPC according to reviews. The Denon is listed at 125 WPC and it sounds like I've upgraded my entire speaker system. I appreciate its a higher model number than the one that I have, but I certainly cant recommend Pioneer after my experience with them. Maybe their higher end models are better, but for the price I paid for the Pioneer, I'd rather get the 3600.


A lot of the £1000 oleds can do 4k 120, plus they are g sync compatable. So its just future proofing


Wouldn't say that myself though. We are at a stage in sound and vision thats changing. Getting this would mean not needing an upgrade for 10 or so years, 8k, 120 fps at 4k with gaming capabilities. There's no point getting an older model unless really strapped for cash

Denon AVR-X4500H Black 9.2 AV Receiver Surround Sound Amplifier £760 @ spatialonline / eBay
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I was after a receiver this weekend and had a tough choice between the 3600H & 4500H. You guys will probably tell me I made the wrong decision! If you bid £800 it gets accepte… Read more

What did you get to replace the Denon? I am looking to get an AVR and have being eyeing the denon AVR-X4500 but these reliability issues have put me off Denon and marantz. But onkyo have bad reliability issues also I’ve heard with receivers and amps breaking down. That leaves Yamaha and pioneer who I’m not really familiar with although have heard good things about Yamaha amps.


Unfortunately I refuse to buy Denon (& Marantz) any more, since the DAB function on my Denon mini unit failed in under 3 years. Denon did not want to know and put me in touch with 3rd party repair companies, offering unreasonable terms. When I was googling this problem, it appears to affect not only my product, but the 2 preceding series & Denon decided not to bother fixing the issue. If I were spending £760 on the product above, I would want a reliable brand. I've got hifi from 30 years ago that still works, so engineering it properly is possible.


This has Alexa integration.




I'd stick with an unknown brand like Onkyo

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Denon AVR-X1600H 7.2 AV Receiver £296.91 at Peter_tyson eBay
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Looks a great deal for a good receiver, hope it helps a few people. Come with a 3 year warranty, mirroring what is offered on their site. Denon AVR-X1600H 7.2 AV Receiver Upgrade … Read more

Not sure if serious. If not, LOL. If so, LOL.


Yeah, the issue is you can't play any digital sources on Z2. Analogue only


Thanks if looks promising anyway! I guess what I'm doing is HEOS agnostic, but ultimately the same. I use my Rpi remotely the way HEOS offers, but I could possibly semi replace it. It's not straightforward, but as I said, I think there are options and workarounds that aren't painful, just different. When it arrives and I set it up will I know what I'm working with. Thanks again! I guess I'll be buying some HEOS speakers for the bathroom and garden etc 😃 there is no way to DIY tap into HEOS I doubt right?


I’m not sure on that one to be honest, I think the option is only available using the HEOS side of the AVR, which should do the job as you can access your music from pretty much anywhere by the look of it. I just use Spotify though so not able to 100% confirm, the image below is the options on HEOS, ignore the inputs one as that is just to change input on the receiver itself.


Oh good! So I have a console plugged into hdmi1 and an Rpi music server in hdmi2 so I can watch/play hdmi1 and listen to hdmi2? I thought the manual suggests otherwise if I'm honest, but willing to take a punt and make it work...

Denon AVR-S750H 7.2-channel AV receiver AV-Receiver Black - £317.60 / £293 with fee free @ Amazon Germany
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
I purchased this for €350 + postage just a couple of days ago and the price has since dropped again. It's selling for £550 on Amazon (Prime). Postage is €14.50 for standard deliver… Read more

Good find. One HDMI out and no Chromecast compared to avr1600. What does this mean in practice as it supports the major systems eg Apple, Amazon, Google?


i bought this and its very good, great tobaet up very good sound


You can chat using the amazon phone app, try asking the question and would be interesting to read here what their reply is


What exactly do people do with these? What do you connect them to and what's the outcome? I've never used one before.


He's still here. I saw a post from him yesterday.

Denon AVR-X1600H 7.2 AV Receiver £313.40 @ Peter Tyson / eBay
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Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
Denon AVR-X1600H 7.2 AV Receiver £313.40 @ Peter Tyson / eBay
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Small saving available on this cracking receiver, making it the cheapest ever price. I ordered yesterday evening and have had confirmation that it's arriving via DPD on Monday so … Read more

This looks mint. Is it ok to buy it like now? What about all this hdmi 2.1 stuff, will I be able to use new ps5 with this non 2.1 hdmi thingy or not? I am not sure and all this is new to me.


Yup. Does not work for me. ;(


Voucher expired?


Damnit, just missed out on this deal!


Done a bit of research and this has Bluetooth transmitter as well (y) and can actually transmit to Bluetooth at the same time as the speakers if you require this

DENON Envaya Mini DSB-150BT Portable Bluetooth Speaker £59.97 delivered at Currys PC World
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Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
DENON Envaya Mini DSB-150BT Portable Bluetooth Speaker £59.97 delivered at Currys PC World
- Portable Bluetooth speaker with great sound quality - Waterproof and dustproof so it's ideal for outdoor use - Pair another speaker for double the sound Portable Bluetooth sp… Read more

My (previous gen) Envaya mini DBT-100 is dead after 3.5 years with very little use, kept out of damp or humid environments and not thrown about. I tried soldering in a replacement battery which went fine up until some pcb mounted components had an adverse reaction when the battery was plugged into to the main unit. Battery connected up as per the original. Far too many reported issues for it to be just an unhappy coincidence. Plenty of negative Amazon reviews mentioning similar battery problems, also a few people on HUKD stating the same. It seems the battery is doomed to fail from the moment it's assembled, and according to reviews for the new range of Envayas, battery issues still seem to prevail.


It's MAGA time!


How cool 8) Thanks TopTrump (and I never thought I would be saying 'thanks' to someone with 'Trump' in their name) (lol)


this is excellent! thanks for the link!


Yep, previous gen, the Denon Envaya Mini DSB-100. It really p155ed me off seeing as I hadn't used it extensively. I tried running it with a USB cable tethered to it from a powered USB outlet, but it's not having any of it. If the battery goes kaput/below minimum charge, the thing won't work fullstop. If you go for a replacement battery, the one they've fitted it with was labelled up as: CABICR18650-2600 LITHIUM ION BATTERY 3.7V 2600mAh 9.62Wh The battery comes with tabs welded to the end terminals in a Z fashion (ie, they point in opposite directions to each other)

Denon DT1 traditional micro hifi £109 @ Currys eBay
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
Denon DT1 traditional micro hifi £109 @ Currys eBay
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Denon DT1 traditional micro hifi

I wasn't joking, I was drily calling out your rudeness, if you need me to be explicit about it, and it appears you do.


Change what I said to make your own attempt at an unfunny joke...nicely played 👌👏


Over £100 on a system and they don't throw DAB in, it's really getting obscene. Don't get me wrong, it's a good sounding system (although I've got the DM41) , but when they're constantly talking about turning FM transmitters off I can't believe they have the nerve to not include DAB as standard on any system over 20 quid.


It didn't teach me that. But you might like to try Google yourself, it might teach you something. Try googling manners for starters.


Did Google tell you anything else?

Denon AVR-X1600H AV Receiver - £329.90 delivered @ Peter Tyson Audio Visual
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Denon AVR-X1600H AV Receiver - £329.90 delivered @ Peter Tyson Audio Visual
Nice!!!! "Upgrade your home theatre with the Denon AVR-X1600H. With 145W per channel (6 ohms, 1 kHz, THD 1%, 1ch driven), this performance-tuned Denon AV receiver provides a truly… Read more
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Not certified, no, but does support ALLM, EARC and HDCP2.3.


Is this an HDMI 2.1 spec AVR?


A bit of advice please if anyone can help. I want a stereo receiver (2 channels only) for TV and music. I was considering a Marantz NR1200 but seeing this deal I am wondering if this would be better for my needs, still only using the 2 channels. Interests are films and music.


I would not recommend this range of denon amps - I have been using denon AV recievers since the 90s and this range is by far the worst in terms of reliability. I have the 6500H and it has had more problems than all my previous amps put together - now this isnt normally a problem but Denon UK have tried a few times to blame me for HDMI board issues (2 months after buying it) with outright stupid comments such as "you used a cheap hdmi cable and blew the board" ?!!? these cheap deals sound good but dont expect anywhere near half ass customer service.

Denon AVR-X2600H AV Receiver - £424 @ Peter Tyson Audio
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Denon AVR-X2600H AV Receiver - £424 @ Peter Tyson Audio
I saw this on here a few months ago from Peter Tyson. It's even cheaper now.
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I got it for £360 open box. Thanks though.


449. But it goes down...up a bit...down a bit more...rinse & repeat


It’s now at £439


I seen it on eBay for like £340 refurbished by Denon so was tempted to bite on that


You haven't missed out. They move the price up and down, it'll come back down again.

Denon AVC-X6500H AV Receiver £1,399 at Peter Tyson Audio Visual
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Posted 22nd MarPosted 22nd Mar
Denon AVC-X6500H AV Receiver £1,399 at Peter Tyson Audio Visual
Nice big discount on this one. Got rave reviews when it first came out. Premium 11.2 channel AV Amplifier utilising Monolithic Amplifier design and customised components. All 3D a… Read more

It is a large price hike for jumping from a 7.2 setup to a 11.2. My Denon AVR 2400 cost £299 from RS in the day and performs perfectly well in my 31 sq m outbuilding. Room size and practicality also limits me from having multiple speakers everywhere. At 100w RMS across 7 channels, I certainly don't need anything more powerful at this moment in time. As i stated before it's a great amp but a huge price increase for 4 additional speaker channels when comparing it against an equivilant 7 channel setup.


The question ought to be, can you get it cheaper.. This is not for everyone and plenty out there buying other makes for a lot less but if you're in the market for a Denon (other makes of yoghurt also available) then this appears to be a good price.


Well said!


No it ain't, real hype on prices last 10 years! Give this design to a good Chinese firm and with 100% quality these would cost you 150 max delivered!! Any one in hifi industry seems to be loving these stupid profits


Your need a decent sized room to accommodate a 11.2 setup like this. There's no disputing it's a great amp however for most households a 7.2 setup is far more practical with a saving of around £900 to £1,000.

Denon AVR-X4500H 9.2 Channel AV Surround Receiver - £799 delivered with free HDMI cable promo @ Peter Tyson Audio Visual
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Denon AVR-X4500H 9.2 Channel AV Surround Receiver - £799 delivered with free HDMI cable promo @ Peter Tyson Audio Visual
I know these are really good. I heard a demo of a slightly earlier model and I was very impressed. £500 off looks like a great price. Denon AVR-X4500H 9.2 Channel AV Surround Re… Read more
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I bought a X4200 the year after launch for £800, this deal is the X4500 18 months after launch at £800. (longer gap because of delay to the X4600 waiting for HDMI 2.1 parts).. If the X4600 launches this summer, I expect it will be £800 by the end of next year.


Yeah I know about those pangs, luckily there isn't a new tech that's out that I feel will add anything. Same here with the upgrades. I've only ever changed a component for something significantly better. My receiver is also IMAX enhanced so I don't have to think about that either. Everything I have bought has been bargains. For example, I bought my speakers two years ago and they still cost more now than what I paid for them lol.


Careful with those pangs, I started out with a budget of up to £500 last year to update a few bits and ended up spending over two grand just on the audio side. Having said that, it is worth every penny and nothing I bought was more than half rrp by buying much better quality kit that was about to be, or just had been, superceded just like this Denon...depending on whether there's a market left for anything to be launched into of course.


Yep. I play 99% movies not more than -20 to -10dBm. Add to that my complete system (with multiple sources) is inside a very small cabinet. I had to take the back off and add a couple of small fans inside as well for circulation when watching movies. So a decent power amp is probably out of the question. But just talking about it, I can feel the pangs of what I call "geek want". The same thing happened to me with Dolby Vision and I ended up changing my TV and Blu Ray player lol. But if one day I seriously try to work out how to fit 2 more speakers I might add a small power amp for that.


Agreed, didn't say it wasn't :) It's just that the trend for under powering to suit the green lobby does spoil many otherwise top class avrs from achieving close to what they're capable of. In fact, many have found, myself included, that adding a power amp to at least the front pair on a Denon, this one included, gives back the musical prowess many say they're missing.

Denon POLK T50 Tower Speaker - 69.99 @ yoltso ebay
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Denon POLK T50 Tower Speaker - 69.99 @ yoltso ebay
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Price listed is for single tower only, if pair needed you have to order two! Ordered a pair myself, that's the lowest you will find them. Here is a nice detailed review of this mod… Read more
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Thanks for sharing, I will get my ones monday hopefully as they didn’t ship to Ireland, had to use drop shift address 8)


Speakers come all good


Just calling out that you will need an Amp or AVR to go with this. Also spend decent money on cables. Great price for these speakers.


Please let us know if you receive some yogurt in the post !


Whoever gets them first let me know are they genuine and are they good :D

Denon AVR-X3600H AV Receiver £699 Peter Tyson Audio Visual
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Denon AVR-X3600h reduced to 699 includes 6 year warranty, cheapest I’ve ever seen it, mines being delivered today.
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Tech is out dated before it's available for purchase :)


Thanks !!! That's great, I have started to worry that I bought outdated tech. 60 fps at 4k will be enough for me so that's really cool. Thank you very much (y) I will keep everything connected to denon.


HDMI 2.1 features like qms, allm earc are software based so should be in x3600 already. I imagine x3600 and x3700 will sound similar. The x3600 was an upgrade over x3500 as the x3600 supports more speakers so better chance to use it as a preprocessor with a separate amp for main speakers. So don't worry your sound will be great. The only thing you'll miss is the HDMI 2.1 bandwidth which is 48gbps. Denon like a LG 2020 oled only do 40gbps as that's enough for 4k120 HDR or 8k60. I'm not sure if 8k30 is included in HDMI 2.0 but it does have the bandwidth for it. The x3600 will cap your PS5 to 4k60. Assuming your game even plays that high. Assassin's creed is already aiming at only 4k30 anyway. Few games will go above 60 FPS. To work around it you can plug the ps5 direct to the TV and use earc from the TV to push sound into the receiver.


Wow, thanks. I did not know that. Is it worth to upgrade x3600 to x3700? If I connect ps5 to my tv hdmi 2.1 will I loose any receiver's features? Will sound still be mint? Thanks.


It's got HDMI 2.1 which is backwards compatible to HDMI 2.0 a & b Only 1 in and 1 out is HDMI 2.1 The other out and 7 in are HDMI 2.0b

Denon AVR X2600 Black 7.2 AV Receiver £425 at AudioVisual Online
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Denon AVR X2600 Black 7.2 AV Receiver £425 at AudioVisual Online
"Tonally sound, fast and well integrated, the X2600H proves an all-round powerhouse talented enough to transform your living room into an exhilarating home theatre when paired with… Read more

What I found going with the x2300 was I could have done with the X3300. More power, better room correction, preouts and more speakers supported. So for £280 more I would get the x3600 instead



Wrong deal?


More info here:


What is the difference between the auto room connection on this model and the one up?

Denon AVR-X2600H AV Receiver w/ Q Acoustics 3010i 5.1 Cinema Pack £989 @ Exceptional Audio Visual
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Denon AVR-X2600H AV Receiver w/ Q Acoustics 3010i 5.1 Cinema Pack £989 @ Exceptional Audio Visual
For the home cinema enthusiast - saw this and think its pretty good deal? Denon AVR-X2600H AV Receiver w/ Q Acoustics 3010i Cinema Pack 5.1 - Includes Cable Bundle worth £120! Th… Read more
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Yeah second post I think someone ordered two of them


Anyone actually bought this deal ? They told me to wait until they have it back in stock.


Seems to good to be available. Called everyone to see any similar deals but everything was around 1.100. Seems cheaper to buy individual pieces instead of their bundles.


OOS! Called them up only to be told they don't have the Denon in stock and even can't say when it will be back in stock!


Is this a good deal ? Was looking for the AVR-X1600h , but this seems like a very good price

Denon AVRX3600 (Black) Dolby Atmos AV Receiver - £745 @ Richer Sounds
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Denon AVRX3600 (Black) Dolby Atmos AV Receiver - £745 @ Richer Sounds
£745£99925%Richer Sounds Deals
9-channel surround sound With 9.2 channels of sound, the AVR-X3600H gives you a wide range of surround sound and multi-room options. Choose between 7.2.2 or 5.2.4 Dolby Atmos spea… Read more

Them jokes were not funny 5 years ago never mind now More humour in a morgue


As mentioned above £40 cheaper at Peter tyson if you use the amazon voucher, this has been on for a while and richer sounds will price best it by an extra £10


It's "free", relax (y)


Not heard of power conditioners? (lol) (lol) (lol) But power cable upgrade— that’s a new one on me!! (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol)


🤑 lol mains upgrade cable, this alone has put Peter Tyson lower than currys IMHO. Come on, do people really fall for this. If so I’m in the wrong job!!!

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