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Few things are as exciting for film lovers as turning domestic living rooms into immersive home cinema environments. HotUKDeals explains how to create a home cinema setup, with all of the speakers, furniture, screens and players required to replicate the experience of a cinema theatre in an ordinary home at the best possible prices on our dedicated home cinema pages. Read more
Refurb Panasonic SC-HTB498EBK Home Cinema System Soundbar Subwoofer 180W 2.1ch Black £49.99  Panasonic on eBay
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PANASONIC OFFICIALLY REFURBISHED PRODUCT, £179 on Currys PC world. The 2.1ch sound bar features two independent speakers and a powerful wireless subwoofer. Both units combined wil… Read more
Sell.Me

Hi. Do you know if the 300w version is still available to purchase? Do you have a link or can you say where you got it? Thanks.

scott_w_1981

good price but i recently picked up the 300w version of this for 79.99 refurbished which is a better option in my opinion =)

BargainHunter420

No longer available

kasabians

Oos

djdope

Have you tried using Bluetooth or optical instead?

Denon AVRX2500H 7.2 Ch. 4K AV Receiver with Amazon Alexa Voice Control with Free Amazon Echo Dot - £449.10 @ Electric Shop
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Seems to be the best price around at the minute for this receiver. Includes a free amazon echo dot as well. Free delivery. The AVR-X2500H features Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, the lates… Read more
Uridium

Always rubbish brands like Denon and Onkyo on here. Why is there never decent AVR's by brands like Bush.... Apparently they are very popular in Loughborough.......

Lestat69

Yeah, good question indeed! Who the heck are they? Probably as reliable as those Acura or Infinity branded cars! Some cheap Chinese knockoffs! (lol) (lol) Would so much prefer well known and reliable brand like Sony!😜

Hustler1337

I have the 2300 and fail to see the difference in design, so not sure what you're seeing. But yes, they're pretty much all the exact same with a the number changed! I remember the 2400 had HEOS added to it but other than that there was barely any difference.

Moondod

Nice one, that banner didn't show up when I last checked.

Metalex

Never, ever, base a purchasing decision on a What Hi-Fi review.

Optoma UHD65 4K DLP Projector Amazon UK (Possible Misprice) £469 Delivered Prime
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Optoma UHD65 4K DLP Projector Seems a cracking price for this projector. You have to click 7 new for £469 to get this price and choose the one supplied by amazon uk. Says Tempor… Read more
Elbandito

Also got a date update email. Surely the wrong one will come but I cant wait to get a goodwill gesture for my disappointment when it arrives :)

AbandonedTrolley

Estimated arrival date: November 10 2018 - December 17 2018 Progress, fully expecting to have to return it, already have an HD29Darbee so this would be an upgrade if the impossible happens.

giannisrethymno

I am pretty sure no one will get the correct one but worths the time! If anyone have his order delivered please let us know. Thank you.

sparc

I've threw my hat in. I actually need a projector so even if I get a discount I'd be happy.

dippdopp

It's still on there...and like that, a dodgy shop 'happens' to be offering a used one for £400. lol. Possibly hoping to con a frustrated buyer who really just wants it now???

Denon AVR-X2400H AV Receiver with Q Acoustics 3000 Cinema Speaker System - £769.90 @ Peter Tyson
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Pretty cheap price for this bundle. £319.90 for the Denon AVR-X2400H amp ~£500 for the Q Acoustics 3000 speakers Total around £819.90 so this bundle comes to £50 less. But it al… Read more
freerangeninja

Haha I hear ya. Pro tip. Get a fairly deep TV stand and bring the speaks out to sit in line with the front of the TV stand. With any luck she won't notice what you've done.

ro53ben

Yeah, I have the 7000i Plus with the older Denon 3300 - love it.

oldskoolpug

Thanks for the advice mate, it's a bit of a balancing act with the wife..... she will end me if I move em too far, will see what I can get away with

seanrtkelly

I have the Q acoustics Q7000i 5.1 and they sound amazing so I would imagine these would sound even better. Amazing price for whoever is looking to buy right now. My setup with a 58" TV... And with the 92" Projector screen...

rev6

ZENSOR 5 and 7 are designed as floor standing speakers. They should be positioned minimum 10 – 20 cm (4 – 8”) from the rear wall. ZENSOR 1, ZENSOR PICO, ZENSOR 3, ZENSOR PICO VOKAL and ZENSOR VOKAL are designed to be positioned flat up against the wall.

Crampton and Moore offering 10% off on all online products!
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Crampton and Moore are offering 10% off on all online products- TV's, Washing Machines, Fridge Freezers, Audio Products etc. Simply out "FACEBOOK" in the checkout and you will get… Read more
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hbo86

Nice cheapest I' can get the c8 for is £1699 how good is the TV?? Worried about the vertical banding.. I can get the LG b8 for £1199 tho

Cheesypuff12

55ec930v, still a great TV and managed to get £500 for it. I thought £1640 was a great price for the C8 and was surprised it didn't get hotter on here than it did.

hbo86

What oled did you have?? That's a decent price

Dobsie

Is the Sony 65" XF9005 at about £1570 a good price or is it set to drop lower based on last years XE model?

madmurd

Yeh totally agree that’s really poor on there part. Stick to JL or RS

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Amazon deal of the day - Epson EH-TW5650 projector £579.99
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Next best I can find is for 749.99 in Currys/Very and so on. This looks like a good deal. Camelcamelcamel also shows its the lowest ever in amazon
modelman

I've got the 5650 and its superb. At this price you won't get a better 3 LCD projector. Ok the lumens are less than the 650 however in a dark room your never notice. In fact I use mine on eco mode most of the time. This model also has Bluetooth and many other useful features as well as ridiculously cheap replacement bulbs.

fullerlee

I got the 650 when it was on offer the other week, but I've not opened it yet and have started a return. The throw distance on the 5650 is a lot longer, which is more suited to my room - it means I can position it behind the seating rather than in front, which is where the 650 would need to be. But, it's £200 more, so I've not fully made up my mind yet. My concern with the 5650 is whether it will only work in a light-controlled room, or whether it can work in a room with a small amount of ambient light.

Mark_Term

This is a great deal as it was £600 on Prime Day. The EH-TW650 is the value line, I bought one at Prime Day for £300 and is superb overall - great at blasting out lumens but not so great contrast, so given this deal I'm upgrading to the EH-TW5650. For anyone looking for extra reviews, the EH-TW650 is the Home Cinema 1060 in the US, and the EH-TW5650 is the Home Cinema 2150 (which itself is the slightly upgraded Home Cinema 2100 - worth reading the Wirecutter review)

AbandonedTrolley

Also this is 3D the 650 isn't which actually at projector size makes 3D viewing good.

fullerlee

It's also got Horiz/Vert image shift, and has a much longer throw. Possibly more suited to some rooms / conditions.

Sony LSPX-P1 720p HD Ready Ultra Short Throw Portable Projector SRXD Laser Technology - Used Very Good - £529.23 @ Amazon Warehouse
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The Life Space UX concept is all about using design to create different and unexpected experiences for customers The ultra short throw portable projector demonstrates the UX conce… Read more
jameshothothot

this is different to the philips one i saw before with the wireless feature given the short throw this is pretty good most (legit) football streaming sites are 720p anyhow

Lexeus

If you think you can compare the brightness on this LED short throw to any other type of projector, such as the many benq/optoma, then you are mistaken. I have a fantastic JVC lamp projector that is not short throw and gives me a 3m image with throw distance of almost 5m. It has a brightness of 600lumens. Now compare that to this Sony, which projects a maximum of 2m image with throw distance of 0.3m. It has a brigthness of 100lumens. Proportionally, that is a huge number of lumens on the Sony, as the light is not going to fade when it's not projecting over the 5m distance that my JVC projects. Any brighter and it would just bleach out the colour from the picture. In fact, I would say that looking at the specs the far more interesting figure is constrast ratio 1:4000 which tends to suggest that the LED bright white lamp is too bright at 100lumens and it is reducing the vibrancy of the image, but that is something an early adopter would have to accept, but also gives more flexibility of use with ambient light which appears to be part of Sony's pitch as a mobile TV replacement. The picture is certainly no worse than a crappy optoma which will not come in cheaper than the Amazon warehouse prices for this Sony. EDIT: I wouldn't be surprised if part of the reason they only made this 720p is because spending extra on the display would have cost a little more but then they would have had to increase the minimum required bandwidth of the wireless link back to the base station interface box, which in turn would increase the chances of a poor customer experience with the wireless link cutting out and buffering due to customers having poor signal strength on their wireless network. i.e. they would have ended up having to charge more for a product that to a lot of dumb users would appear to be a less polished product. It's why apple never use the latest tech available on the iphone

treb

Probably good for mobility on holiday etc.

Arjun7

Looking at the spec 100 lumen brightness. This is a gimmick

jameshothothot

See this has a battery too so this is probably for business use than personal

LG OLED55B7V 55" Smart Ultra HD 4K OLED TV  +  Free LG LAS260B Soundbar - £1189 using code @ RGB Direct
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Just spotted this great offer for a LG OLED55B7V 55" Smart Ultra HD 4K OLED TV + Free LG LAS260B Soundbar. Use code facebook10 to reduce the price by £10. Comes with 5 year warre… Read more
hbo86

Hey did yours arrive?? Website is still down and had no call

snatch_master

Maybe I'll wait until 11 months is up and see how it is. I can only see it when watching a red screen so at the moment it's not effecting my viewing.

hbo86

So Currys won't help out? Or LG? Fought they covered burn in first year

snatch_master

Buy something else next world cup rather than wait 8yrs as planned. If it gets worse between then and now I'll make a YouTube video of it followed by me smashing it up with a bat.

hbo86

Man that's bad.. I remember you not being completely satisfied when you first got it. you gonna do?

SONY BRAVIA KD65XF9005 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV & HTXF9000 2.1 Sound Bar £1273 Currys
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Same price as the 49”, has to be a glitch, mine has been delivered today.
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QualiT

Blackburn whitebirk retail park lancashire, available to order. I ordered 1 65xf9005 and htxf9000 soundbar for £1279 lovely full array television top end

raul69

No stock anywhere, am after one of these as well.

Metalex

Good luck getting one. Not in stock for delivery... ...or collection... "Sorry, no stores local to you currently have the item(s) you have selected in stock. We've searched a 205.6 mile radius...". AND when you add to basket it says £1949.00.

spongebob1913

Price of these keeps dropping. Maybe slow sales? Maybe a successor on the cards?

MR1123

Great deal if you can find stock which is the problem

36" Taotronics 40watt Soundbar Wired/Wireless Bluetooth Audio Speaker for TV £44.99 Delivered w/code + more in OP @ Amazon / Sunvalleytek
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Another small price drop on this, now just £44.99 delivered. Looks decent for the cash and it gets good reviews - includes Remote & Optical cable Click the promo on the page … Read more
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dlo247

Sorry my comment offended you. I have zero interest in the company other than my two items work pretty well. And for the record I own Bose QC25s at the other end and have produced, published and sold music so I'm not a total audio novice. But sorry for chiming in with an honest personal experience that wasn't negative.

retrend

Someone always chimes in with this. I'd rather buy products where the money has been spent on the product not fake reviews. Taotronics are probably the worst offender I've found for fake reviews on their cheap tat.

dlo247

I’ve got two taotronics products (both earbuds) and had zero issues. Both very good quality all round especially for the price. Never tried this tho and for sure there’s a lot of fake or biased reviews with most brands out there now :(

summerof0763

Am the same but was scared to say in case the keyboard warriors started laughing at me Would love a wireless one but not got a clue what's a good buy x

dan7600

This website is pretty useful when looking at things like this: fakespot.com

Sonos Beam soundbar speaker with Alexa (10% plus further 10% off) £323.19 avensys Ebay
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Use code PAYDAY for an extra 10% off. Been waiting a while to pick one of these up at a decent price.
phoenix_af

No not yet, ParcelForce must not have picked it up yet from the seller

TheForester

Same, does your tracking info work?

phoenix_af

Just received the dispatch notification :-)

phoenix_af

Great could you let me know what they say please.

TheForester

Yeah they seem to have 15 days set as the dispatch time, however there’s recent feedback (under a week) for beams suggesting quicker delivery! I’ve messaged them to clarify

Bush 100w Soundbar with built in Sub Woofer £39.99 @ Amazon - Dispatched from and sold by Barton-Books
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Great price for a 100w Soundbar 2.1 channels. Active amplifier. Built in subwoofer. Optical audio connection. Total RMS wattage: 100 watts. Speaker bar: 50 watts. Subwoofer… Read more
tommie1shunt

Don;t think there is Optical input on this bar.

hiezra

£29.99 from another seller. Yes used but says great condition and their feedback is 99%. Can’t be bad

Master.G

£35 from other seller. Also has bluetooth but not clear if it will connect with Alexa.

coventgamer

Seems like self promotion

jimbob5

Another seller, ONLY BRANDED are selling for £35 new with free delivery at the same link at Amazon.

LG SH2 2.1 Channel Soundbar + Wired Subwoofer, 100W Power - New Box Tatty - £69.99 @ Hughes EBay Outlet
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Brand new free delivery. Box will be a bit tatty. 1 year warranty!
kesersoze

I got one of these free with my OLED TV, it's crap. Boxy sounding, and distorts at anything approaching a decent volume.

njdavis103

Decent soundbar for the money to be fair.

RoadWarrior2210

Good deal if you want a cheap wired sound bar :) heat.

Ben Nevis 150 watt Soundbar and Wireless Subwoofer Surround Sound + 3yrs warranty - £59.95 @ Amazon
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Available in black or white If you've been looking for a sound bar with separate sub woofer this is the one Over 280 reviews with average of 4.1 / 5 Theses have been around for a … Read more
MLD9

Annoying.... black now sold out

casanova2020

Ordered, Thanks OP!!!

lledomodels

Bought this 3-4 months ago. Really good for the price. No problems at all

xmikebx

Can't afford this one, will have to settle for the Scafell Pike one ;( what bizarre model names (shock)

dasachmo

not doubting how good the quality is but camelcamelcamel says its been this price since June

LG SH2 2.1 Channel Bluetooth Soundbar with Wired Subwoofer and 100W Power - £84 w/code @ Hughes
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Gets good reviews, 2.1 channel soundbar with wired subwoofer -Supports Optical/USB/Bluetooth. Use code take5 at checkout for above price and free delivery. The LG SH2 Soundbar… Read more
DejanStamenkovic

Which give it a 47% bad all round rating

pez5918

For the price it seems a half decent punt , Agree with some of the comments but Im not interested in entertaining half my neighbourhood with some 300w boom box but for everyday viewing , the odd movie and gaming I can't see an issue

RobertMcClymont

Why don't you use optical ?

RobertMcClymont

Mine is connected to a 55" LG 4K TV and it sounds fantastic been using it for the past 2 years

Davejay81

Best to make sure it supports pretty much everything.. I never realised how much I needed in my soundbar til I tried it all out.. optical is immense from the right tv - mine supports every type of sound as does the new tv.. old tv didn't give out Dolby sound.. rubbish.. the difference is immense! Also handy to have HDMI ARC, a normal red and white input, aux and usb in on the top and Bluetooth.. all of which is on my Philips and cost £100 but the sound difference is absolutely mindblowing. I've had top notch amp setups before that only just match my wee Philips.. shop around and make sure it supports everything.

Optoma HD143x Full HD, Home Cinema Projector with 92 Inch DS-9092PWC Screen £449 @ Costco
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Optoma HD143x Full HD, Home Cinema Projector with 92 Inch DS-9092PWC Screen What makes this deal good is you get the 92 inch screen as well :) . I believe this was also on HUKD be… Read more
shopar_artiz

i considered this vs my beng 720, both great machines, benq is slightly better on full dark rooms especially watching movies, while the optoma has better result on dimmed light rooms for everday usage.. but if you have specific distance for specific screen size requirment like me, you need to find out distance values, that is why i had to choose benq instead of this, if i had 30cm more or less distance value (i dont remember right now) i could buy this. by distance i mean: i had to fix the projector inside a bookshelf on one side of the room, and i ahd to have the screen on the other side of the room's wall and needed min. 120inch screen size, so benq gave me 120inch screen from exactly on 430cm. distance, while optoma was either 30cm further or closer.

wanye

with the ViewSonic PX747 4K at under a grand already, we're not *that* far off. i'd say within the next couple of years. as i said, till then though, i'm perfectly happy with my 110" 1080p setup. and yes, i realise it isnt "true" 4k, but its a decent enough start

YidoDave

Lol long way off

Rotoq

Great projector for the money!

jamesdaley940

Some people dont notice it, I do, ruins everything. Only 3lcd projectors dont have rainbow effect, but they have downfalls

Epson EH-TW650 Full HD 3100 Lumens Home Cinema Projector £369.99 Amazon
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I have been watching this projector ever since i bought it at a record low of £319, this price is its second best ever. It usually jumps between £400-£500, so at this price is like… Read more
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joeymcjoe

It’s shorter than I was expecting, having never had a projector before. The amount of adjustment seems quite limited.

joeyjoejoe206

it would be helpful to define "short", i wasnt aware it was any different to similar products. I have my projector mounted 3m from my wall, thats fine.

joeymcjoe

Watch out for the throw on this, it's really short. That means I have to ceiling mount it instead of putting on a shelf on the wall. Much more expensive to hide wires.

joeyjoejoe206

We use it every day to watch TV series. You could replace TV with it, depends how far back you sit and what size screen you throw. I use mine with surround sound, if you didn't you might the fan a little noisy

pivcio

Is this any good to replace home tv?

Epson EH-TW7300 4K Enhanced 2300 Lumens Projector - White £1199.99 Amazon
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High-performance home cinema - 4K-enhanced, full HD, UHD BD and HDR support Smooth, fast-moving action - frame interpolation and detail enhancement Watch a movie a day for 7 year… Read more
IdontlikecricketILoveit

Thanks!

Anthonis

To be honest its more personal preference and budget you have. The best way to find out what you need is to go into big tech shop like pc world and view yourself each telly which fits your budget. Costco has usually great selection and good prices on them, last time I seen 65" hisense 6200 for £599 and I can say picture looked great compared to samsung, sony etc.. . All you need is to view them live, remember model and hunt one online for reasonable price and extended warranty. You can plug your own usb drive to view some video samples or best is to ask shop assistant to put same 4k content on all tvs - you soon see difference and bugs in some models :) I was only interested in picture quality for money in 65" size, smart features were least of my worries as selection of smart tv boxes these days is massive and more freedom with apps you can get on them. Also worth to know that each manufacturer uses different settings for tvs out of the box, so you might see some very bright, some very high contrast etc but in general once calibrated it will look similar. tv's to avoid are which have slow processing power and have stuck pixels - on fast moving 4k content you can see like some bricks of image don't refresh too quick... As for all this HDR, 10bit etc as I said all down to what you want and how much you willing to spend. I got 8bit+FRC and quite happy with picture I got. Would love qled stuff but do I need it? Just watch out on stand width too if not wall mounting. Wish you good luck on hunt.

CampGareth

That's a great deal if you specifically want a 75" display, you have proven me wrong sir. Unfortunately that doesn't counter the second point, 75" may be too small for some people especially if their living room is bigger than about 2-3 metres That's where the projector wins as it's capable of anything up to 150" and a TV that size would be far more expensive.

sterankin

I think the 82 inch TVs will start to drop in price - I'd be tempted to get a 75/82 inch TV under £2k when that happens, simply for the convenience and the smart apps etc.

antenna

Open your eyes and shut your mouth https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/toshiba-75-ultra-4k-tv-costco-instore-1020-3055897

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