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Yamaha ATS1050 Soundbar (space saver all-in-one unit) In Store only £99 @ RicherSounds
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
**If you don't have space for sub-woofer, then this is the best value for money.** AIR SURROUND XTREME for wrap around sound Built-in subwoofer for powerful bass Bluetooth conne… Read more

None left in Cheltenham or Bristol. Guessing most richer sounds will be oss. Said they’d order me one in but heard nothing and that was a week ago.


I'm not keen on soundbars but at £99 it's imvsnobisho worth it i just wouldnt pay £199 for it. And definataly miles better than a Polaroid one. Heat added.


Yes it's very good and would suit what you describe. Obviously the Sonos is going to be waaaaay better. But it's hard to really compare the 2 when the prices are so different. Fine without the sub, but would recommend adding it for main TV. (y)


I don't have space in the kitchen for the sub. For casual music and background TV, is the bass good enough without sub? The other option I was thinking was Sonos Playbar (can get for £599) but its 6 times the price of this!


I have this. It's a decent sound at but well worth buying the Yamaha sub for it.

A yamaha branded Tw Steel watch. at TK Maxx for £29.99 (£31.98 Click & Collect)
Found 17th MayFound 17th May
I know folks can take or leave Tw Steel watches but for 29.99 might be worth a punt ..

I love MotoGP Valentino Rossi is one of my all time sporting idols. its my bday in a month... such a shame it’s a damn, damn ugly watch really :D


Looks cheap. Looks like a toy watch. Voted hot (strong)


Or a knee slider.


she could still get a kick out of this.


Shame wife likes a leather strap

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 reception...it uses the head phone jack as an aerial. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01LW5G4O6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_t1_IDv7AbRQ5VC1M


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: https://www.richersounds.com/hi-fi/amplifiers-receivers/yamaha-dab-bluetooth-stereo-receiver.html

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Yamaha ATS1050 (Black) Soundbar - £99 @ Richer Sounds (instore exclusive)
LocalLocalFound 2nd MayFound 2nd May
Half price Yamaha ATS1050 Soundbar. Audio Inputs 1 (3.5mm) Bluetooth Yes Coaxial Inputs Yes Dimensions WxDxH 890 x 131 x 53 HDMI No Included Cables Optical cable (1.5m) IR r… Read more

Thanks OP. We have one reserved, gets good reviews, excellent find

Yamaha YHT1840 (Black) 5.1 Package System inc Speakers excluding DVD Player £249 Richer Sounds
LocalLocalFound 26th AprFound 26th Apr
Not available for online but stores should still honour the code if in stock. Hopefully not a wild goose chase. Haven't tested it but yamaha normally make good quality kit and for … Read more

After doing a bit of search I realised the AV receiver of this system is rather basic and is something I would not buy, I will be happy to spend around £200-300 more and get proper system , but I understand not everyone is as enthusiastic about sound as I am. That being said I am gonna try and offer you some advice on how to set it up : firstly get a proper source like blu ray player, the sound from TV broadcasts is very low bit rate so it will sound bad anyway, connect the speakers make sure the colours match on the receiver so they are not out of phase. In the receiver change crossover values 80hrz for satellite speakers and 120hrz for the subwoofer if you can. Make sure speakers are set to small, the subwoofer is set to "use" and phase or polarity is set to "normal" not reverse. Get free spl meter for you phone, adjust all speaker levels so they all match to 75db or thereabouts. Then measure all speaker distance with tape measure to where you would sit and enter the values in the receiver so it can set the appropriate delays. Make sure the sub and 3 front speakers are along the front wall, do not put the sub more than a meter away from either front left or front right speaker. Switch off all tone controls, equalisers and DSP effects , if there is some sort of dynamic range control turn it off. In the menu of TV see if you can set ARC to bitstream rather than PCM and look for the dynamic range control again, make sure its off. After doing this try and test with at least some sort of Dolby Digital 5.1 content, like SKY Movies if you have or good HD Channel like BBC. If it sound good only then you should start experimenting with double bass functions , equalisers , tone controls and so on. If after doing this you are still not happy , by all means return it.


How have I not set them up properly? Speakers are connected to Receiver with HDMI cable going from Receiver to HDMI port supporting ARC on TV. I’ve tried tweaking the treble, bass etc. tried programs available and still... not much better than what i already have. It’s not to say the sound from this is bad. By all means it’s not. But it’s not worth what I paid for it with such little improvement in sound quality.


I was just about to be sarcastic and say if its not Logiteck speakers then it will be horrible, and voila straight away there is someone comparing AV separates to pc speakers XD XD XD . You have not set them up properly , it is very easy but if you are not sure just look online , there are plenty tutorials, btw if you connect any speakers costing gazilion pounds straight to TV via RCA they will all sound horrible. I bought my first av receiver 8 years ago Onkyo tx sr605 with onkyo entry level speakers which costed only £100 brand new and sound quality blew me away, I came from Cambridge Soundworks THX 550 5.1, good and expensive set of pc speakers at the time and there was simply no comparison. Judging sound quality is very subjective , but calling the apples pears is simply ignorance.


My wife went on holiday, I changed my 5.1 to a 7.1 8)


Really? WOW ok that's a bummer. Looks like I gotta stick with the original plan of selling the YSP-2500 & upgrading to the YSP-2700. More than twice the price but it will keep her happy.

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Yamaha Keyboard £79.99 from Lidl available Thursday 5/4/18
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
61 standard size keys385 high-quality sounds, including pianos, guitars, drums and orchestral instruments 100 auto-accompaniment styles provide real-time band backing tracks based … Read more

Would anyone happen to know wether the keys are weighted?


It's not mentioned which model this is, but I've zoomed right in on the picture and can just make out, it appears to be a YPT-255 which I could only find elsewhere at £99, so not a bad saving! Review/details here: https://soundselectric.org/our-yamaha-ypt-255-review-beginner-keyboard-you-cannot-ignore/ There is a slightly newer YPT-260 (it replaced the 255 in 2017) which is around the same price but the only difference is that the 260 has more sounds/accompaniment styles and the ability to record/playback.


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Free at £79? :/ :D

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!

Yamaha RXV383 (Titanium) - £179 @ Richer Sounds
Found 26th MarFound 26th Mar
If you want the fully immersive cinema effect, then AV separates can’t be beaten. Take a listen to the Yamaha RXV383 and you’ll hear just what we mean. Fully immersive sound Sound… Read more

Sell them. The classifieds section at the avforums is a great place to do so in the UK. If you are just going to bin it anyway I'm sure you'll find someone happy to come take it off your hands.


I agree that is probably what I would go for too if your local has it however be aware that the Denon AVRX540BT only supports HDR and HDCP 2.2 on three of the inputs, this Yamaha RXV383 or the Pioneer VSX531 which I also looked at support it on all four inputs.


It needs upfiring speakers to work. This is a 5.1 channel amp.


Just bought the Denon for £149, similar spec but 5 HDMI.


Need another couple of channels of amp, so not just software

Yamaha ATS1050 (Black) Soundbar £119 @ richersounds
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
Cheapest I've seen this for £119 Giving a big, spacious sound from a sleek all-in-one unit, the Yamaha ATS1050 is a quality soundbar. AIR SURROUND XTREME for wrap around sound Ma… Read more

I picked mine up from the Chester store on Friday after work. Sure its no substitute for a proper hi-fi surround setup but for £120 you can't complain. I think you would struggle to find more quality bang for your buck. I think that the ats-1050 is the US version of the yas-105. The latest version is the yas-107 which has HDMI but currently twice as much. hth


Was really tempted by this but put off by no hdmi... Can't ask for too much given the price!


Give them a ring and ask them if you can order one for delivery for the same price as there is no store near you they are pretty good and may do it for you


No online delivery. In store only. Shame as there's no store near me :(


120 watt ?.....ok but not great,my Panasonic is 120w,you could have it turned up full with some movies with lower sound levels.

Yamaha RXV583 (Black) Atmos AV Receiver £299 @ RicherSounds
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
A very good price for Dolby Atmos & DTS:X and 4k upscalling av receiver £299 says in store exclusive but in my experience if you phone your local store they will let you order … Read more

Yeah I purchased the same app, it made a huge difference well worth £20


I have a Denon and paired with bright speakers in a live room so can't really say it has ever sounded too warm but also the Odyssey Multeq app that is a separate purchase allows for a much more in depth room edit of the actual eq curve as the default reference curve odyssey uses (unless set to flat in which if I am correct the THX protocol uses and sounds brighter) has quite an aggressive role off assuming that the dialogue may become harsh in many setups if not cut at high frequencies also it has a notch filter enabled by default in the upper mids set to cut which can be disabled but sadly only in the software app, as such if you wanted more sizzle on the highs with full curve adjustment you would need the app to un-warmify the default reference curve which cost £20 lol but is worth it for the full room eq control you get plus multiple room profiles.


This is my experience too. Even manually configuring didn't improve it much


Instead of ditching your current one, you could just get a HDMI 2.0 matrix


Was thinking of picking a new AVR, since getting a 4k HDR TV need ports to support more HDR devices. Does this AVR support 4:4:4 4k from all the input ports on it?

Yamaha RS202D DAB/Bluetooth Stereo Receiver  £149.00  Richersounds
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Hi-Fi Receiver featuring the outstanding sound quality and clean design that Yamaha is famous for. Provides Bluetooth® compatibility and a DAB/DAB+ tuner for enjoying digital broad… Read more

Not sure why, I have an old cassette tape player if you cool hipsters want to embrace a bit more analog tech lol


you mean all the young ones are, couldnt wait to see the back of vinyl when it was one of the only formats you could have. when cd came along it was a revelation (y)


themachman: Get back to the 70's (y) Ill stick with bluetooth and streaming :) Bluetooth is so 2010. All the hipsters are listening to vinyl now. :)


Onkyo Denon Sony are rivals


Get back to the 70's (y) Ill stick with bluetooth and streaming :)

Yamaha DAB/Bluetooth 100W Stereo Receiver £179.10 w/code @ Richer Sounds (Online & instore)
Found 5th MarFound 5th Mar
Aval online & instore, use code AMP10 at checkout or quote instore Featuring built-in Bluetooth plus a DAB radio, the Yamaha RS202D stereo receiver can handle all your music … Read more
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Unless you're listening on the same setup as was used in the studio when the recording was made, you'll never hear it as it was intended. Your amp's cicuitry colours the sound. Your speakers colour the sound. Your playback device colours the sound. And the media, whether vinyl, digital or streaming, most certainly colour the sound.


Because we want to hear it how it was intended to be listened to not with inflated bass and teble.


Bought this a few weeks ago VERY happy. Needed preamp for turntable. Ribbon aerial works perfectly for DAB.


Lol, some never grow up!


You You mean someone like me? I'm in my 50's and still like lots of bass and treble in my music. Why have it if you're not going to hear it? I have my eq set for deep bass and crisp highs.

Found 4th MarFound 4th Mar
ok so was looking for a monster hoodie love the drink and wanted a hoodie found this which is more for motorbiking i think if it gets accepted by mods looks good for the price. plu… Read more
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my jacket just come and its absolutely amazing lovely soft fabric im well impressed




Fantastic will pick one of these up for our Darren loves his energy drink does our Darren likes his bikes and that


I blame Cal


Same Honds hoodie is £35 and up on eBay.

Yamaha YAS-306 Soundbar MusicCast AirPlay Bluetooth Black at Exceptional AV for £194.99
Found 26th FebFound 26th Feb
Yamaha YAS-306 SoundBar - AIR SURROUND XTREME provides powerful 7.1ch surround sound - MusicCast for audio enjoyment in every room - Bluetooth® for wireless music streaming - Sup… Read more
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£299.00 on the website ?


For £5 more you get 6yr warranty: https://www.richersounds.com/yamaha-yas306-black.html Anybody know how to work out the wattage of Yamaha soundbars as i recently bought the YSP2700 and its a BEAST that defiantly sounds way more then the advertised 107W :/ . Also you get a free WX-010 until 31 March (y)


Great value for the price.

Yamaha RXV583 (Black) Atmos AV Receiver £319 @ RicherSounds
Found 22nd FebFound 22nd Feb
A good price for Dolby Atmos & DTS:X and 4k upscalling av receiver Flash sale £30 extra off use voucher code FLASH30 bringing price down to £319 Powerful processing and fully … Read more

I was torn between that one and the Yamaha 683. Spotted a Amazon warehouse deal on the 683, so went that route, but Denon are highly recommended


How about denon? I'm looking at the 2400..Do you recommend?


Both. Can't say I've listen tested any of their latest gear, but spent ages researching receivers over the last few months and read a lot of neg feedback their latest products


Steer clear from Onkyo or Pioneer...or both?


Picked up the 683 a week ago for 355. My neighbours sure don't think it lacks any punch. I find the clarity outstanding. Good price if you have a medium sized room to shake any loose paint from. Onkyo are owned by Pioneer now, would steer clear until they iron out the kinks

Yamaha YHT1840 (Black) 5.1 Package System inc Speakers £299 deal of the week @ richersounds
Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
This was this price in boxing day sale back down to £299 excellent price for your first home cinema set up The Yamaha YHT1840 provides ideally matched speakers and an AV receiver… Read more

Yes you can do that but you need to buy the phono pre amp unit as shown to go between the turntable and av reciever. What make turntable have you got some have a built in pre amp without a switch. Have you got a manual for the turntable. Here is a link for a pre amp unit https://www.richersounds.com/hi-fi/hi-fi-accessories/turntable-pre-amps-accessories/btech-mm-phono-pre-amp-mic-pre-amp.html you might find cheaper on amazon


It hasn't got one of those switches sadly , I found this link that suggested that I could plug it into the analogue input but just wanted to check as I'm no expert http://faq.yamaha.com/us/en/article/audio-visual/av-receivers-amps/rx/rx-v381_u/11030/9165/


They are not phono inputs they are analogue audio input phono input has a pre-amp built in.Like i said in my previous comment if his turntable has built in amplifier switch he can connect to those inputs with the turntable amplifier switch on


Has your turntable got a equaliser amplifier switch if it has put the switch into on position you can then connect to the AUX. I have a Denon DP200 turntable and it has that switch under the platter and it is connected to the AUX on a Yamaha RXV 371 AV because it doesn't have phono if it had phono you would put the switch into off position and connect to phono


europe.yamaha.com/en/products/audio_visual/home_theater_systems/yht-1840/specs.html Also from the pictures I googled for you I saw 2 phono inputs, and the specs also corroborate this. Link supplied.

Yamaha XSR900 £6999 @ Fowlers
Found 10th FebFound 10th Feb
After the Tracer deal went so hot I realised there are a lots of interest in motorbikes on this site so I decided to post this one too. Same as the Tracer 900, the XSR900 is bein… Read more

Managed to test ride one of these today. Cracking engine, light and handles really well. Missed the Fowlers deal ;( but some good offers still out there.


Amazing bike


You're probably better off buying a used jap bike after your CBT. They hardly depreciate in value and are reliable.


Another ridiculous assumption and illogical comment, you're on a roll! I don't watch soaps, I watch things like GoT and the Walking Dead (not that it matters). What is it that I need to read more of? What do I also need to be looking at? Fairly typical comeback. No evidence to support your theory so you claim that the other person just doesn't understand the world around them like you do.


You should pay attention to all the car leasing deals then. Plenty of hate on those.

Yamaha Tracer 900 all colours reduced eg £7499 At Fowlers
Found 10th FebFound 10th Feb
Yamaha is selling pre reg/ brand new Tracer 900s about £1000 cheaper than normal price. This is the 2017 model in blue, black and green. The 2018 models are going on sale soon henc… Read more

Starting price £9249 price in 24 months guess 5450. hence the 50%


Its 80% of its original price. Where has the 50% depreciation come from lol? Anyway, looks pretty good for the price so voted hot.


Shame that's going to really hurt the residuals of people that have just bought the bike. Buy new £9249, 6 months later 2 thousand pound cheaper £7450, so 6 months later (so one year bought from new £5450) that's 50% depreciation. It's a great deal, but just bear in mind what it's going to be worth in 12 / 24 months if / when you come to replace it!


60km's? That's 37mph, my car would probably do that.


0-60km in 2.5 sec is impressive 8) beats model s😋

Yamaha APX500 III guitars for £199, down from £365 @ Kennys music
Found 7th FebFound 7th Feb
While I have the musical ability of a brick being thrown down a well, I understand this is a pretty good deal for guitar afficionados out there, so thought it was worth sharing!
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Got mine Friday, planning to get some lessons. Can anyone recommend a decent good value case or bag?


Mine arrived today. Beautiful and sounds great even unamped. Thanks OP. By the way, this has a solid spruce top, not a laminate as some other posters have been claiming. See specs here: https://www.dawsons.co.uk/yamaha-apx500iii-electro-acoustic-guitar Some of the places showing this as £229 etc were citing nearly £30 for postage. Whatever it feels, looks and sounds like a lot of guitar for the money. I’m going to tweak the bridge though, action looks like it could be a fair bit closer without grounding out the strings.


Guaranteed Yamaha acoustics are better than fenders for the money. Unless you want a strat or tele I'd avoid fender (lol)


It will entertain you for ages but never become obsolete, never need to download an update or get a virus. You can play alone or with friends, pets and family or just have fun annoying the neighbours. Lessons are free on YouTube. This is around its second hand price, so if you buy and enjoy playing it for a few years, you can sell it for a similar price. So lots of fun and entertainment for very little cash. Yamaha have excellent build quality and value for money, you are not paying over the odds for a name. It's an excellent post, scorchio hot from me.


It's a shame they don't have it in the black :(

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