I think donslibi was just referring to the fact that this is the RRP, so it's not really a deal.
Thanks, but discount doesn't seem to work (from android phone). Edit: Easter15 is for selected items.
Not much of a discount: https://www.auna-multimedia.co.uk/Hifi-Speakers/5-1-Speaker-System/5-1-JW-Active-Surround-Sound-Speaker-Set-Home-Cinema-System-95W-RMS.html
Posted 27th Nov 2017Posted 27th Nov 2017
Larstein Mundschenk 50l XXL Mash Kettle 3000w All in one ale/beer all grain brewing system at HiFi Tower for £394.99 (poss £362.99 including Quidco and £5 newsletter sign up discount)£394.99£517.9924% off
This is a complete brewing system for ale/beer, like the grainfather, which is about £400 dearer, this holds 50l, the grainfather holds 30l.This Larstein mash kettle, heats water … Read more
Not as good discount but I think this 25L one for 250 (reduced from 400) before quidco/£5 off (225 after presumably) is better size for homebrew and cheaper. http://www.hifi-tower.co.uk/Klarstein-Maischfest-Mash-Kettle-Mash-Tank-5-Pieces-1500/3000W-25l-LCD-Touch-Stainless-Steel_i37702.htm
they also have a 30 day cooling of period if you are not happy with it for any reason, no risk really as they pay for return postage.
Just get a tried and tested Grainfather.
If you have seen a T500 and have some soldering skills it's not to hard to copy the design, It's basically a LM still (Google is your friend) or even easier to build is a Bokakob.
Posted 17th Jan 2015Posted 17th Jan 2015
Auna 12" Subwoofer Bassbox 800 Watts with LED Light Effect £64.90 (WAS £103.90) @ hifi-tower + FREE Delivery£64.90
Price was £103.90. Price Now £64.90 You save £39.00 (38%). Auna’s 12” subwoofer is mounted in a computer optimised enclosure designed entirely around the driver to give optimum so… Read more
Don't see the point of these considering you'd have to be about 40ft way from the car to hear 30hz properly. Probably great for shaking your car to pieces though.
Now this is classy, I'm going to get a couple to stick in the boot of my Maserati.
Due to the fact that only 10 genuine watts of sound in a car would make your ears bleed, i tend to agree with you .. :D
Looking at another item they sell : http://www.hifi-tower.co.uk/Auna-Soundstorm-Battery-Powered-Bluetooth-Speaker-Boombox-1000W-Max-_i17144.htm "1000W max. total output, 2 x 40W RMS" So surely this sub must have a max wattage of 20 billlion watts :p (Or put another way, i'm calling BS on all their wattage ratings...)
Posted 30th Jun 2014Posted 30th Jun 2014
960 Watts Speakers from Hi Fi Tower (Walnut) £74.90 @ HiFi Tower UK£74.90
With thanks to wadz initial thread here..... https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/beng-pair-floorstanding-lb4707-4-way-speakers-960-watts-black-71-90-was-104-90-hifi-1927802 An extra … Read more
Speakers arrived today. Must admit, for the 1st hour, I did contemplate sending them back (had comments on here gave me a preconceived idea), but after repositioning the speakers (so the side speakers faced towards and not away from each other) - I have changed my mind. I'm keeping them. I cannot turn my amp up more than half way before the sound is too loud for the room, the bass was too deep but was ok after adjusting the spectrum analyzer to compensate for this while the mid and treble have a pleasing clearness (great snare on a KOL track in particular) overall, the sound quality is quite good but obviously not going to be as pure as the APM's they replaced. For the £75 I paid, I cannot fault them, just point the side speakers towards each other and at this price, you won't be disappointed.
Oh dear, a fool and his money are soon parted..............
But, but.. look how big they are!
Cheap for a very good reason. Have a look at the reviews on AV Forums.
Who rates speakers by wattage? It's meaningless. Avoid these or get a clue.
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Posted 11th Jun 2014Posted 11th Jun 2014
Beng Pair Floorstanding LB4707 4 Way Speakers 960 Watts - Black £71.90 was £104.90 @ hifi tower£71.90
Beng Pair Floorstanding LB4707 4 Way Speakers 960 Watts - Black £71.90 was £104.90@ hifi tower Seems like a decent price. Beng Pair Floorstanding LB4707 4 Way Speakers 960 Watt… Read more
Ordered the Walnut finished ones with a 30 day no quibble money back, so as soon as I get em, I'll turn my amp up full (160 watts) and see how they perform. If the speakers go pop, they'll be sent straight back.
No more than 25 watts each i don't know where they have got that outrageous power number from but theirs noway on earth these are 200watts each, i was a sound engineer for 6 years and we installed all kinds of speakers in homes to nightclubs to McDonalds and i can assure everyone that if you stuck 200watts up these they would blow in a instant. When you think most home amps even good quality ones are around 50watts per channel that makes these if you believe those numbers able to cope with the full power of a home amp shoved up them and barely power them. I cant stress this enough don't buy them get some decent bookshelf speakers from richer sounds for around the same money and they will be so much better, any company that has to lie about the specs of their speakers does so to cover up what rubbish they are and i doubt anyone who does buy them will be pleased with them. I suggest people take a look at these speakers and ones that are £500+ are no 200watts each http://www.superfi.co.uk/c-177-floorstanding-speakers.aspx I page from whathifi about these http://www.whathifi.com/forum/hi-fi/first-time-buyer-20w-amp-for-200w-speakers COLD 25watts each no more
Super hot from me I ordered the walnut finish for £74:90 using code NEWSLETTERREG which would make the ones above just 66:90 so even hotter Here's the Walnut ones which are the second best rated on their site http://www.hifi-tower.co.uk/Hifi-Speakers_c84.htm?FIT=0&IPP=48&ORD=9&ITT=0&REP=2&Paging=true Can't really go wrong with a 30 day no quibble return
Thanks for your suggestions. I'll have a look online
Posted 4th Sep 2013Posted 4th Sep 2013
8" component car speakers £47.90 @ HiFi Tower£47.90
These seemed VERY cheap for what you are getting with free delivery too, will fit a BMW 1 series if you want to replace the standard speakers, the sub won't quite fit because of th… Read more
hmmm - I was quite excited to see a component deal on here as they're few and far between, but then I saw the auna bit and thought meh. I will hold my hands up and say I've never used their products but judging by their amp 8 billion watts for £20, id stay clear. but for a stock upgrade, these have got to better than the ones they are replacing - although id probably suggest paying a little bit more to get jbl/kenwood/Alpine
Posted 27th Oct 2012Posted 27th Oct 2012
Auna 300 Watt Mini Car Hifi Amplifier £21.90 FREE POSTAGE From Hifi-tower.co.uk£21.90
Fully featured, great value amplifier from AUNA. The AUNA amplifier. Featuring powerful sound from a compact unit. High quality, durable components for long term use. At an incredi… Read more
Appreciating good car audio doesn't make you a chav. If it did, everyone who ever went to a live concert would be a chav. Afterall, why not just listen to the concert on a crappy tinny speaker?!
These pop up on eBay under various brands, ranging from £10 to £30. They're advertised as anything from 50 to 500w, but they are all basically the same (actually something like 15w). I bought one for £12 a while back for a car PC project, purely because i didn't need more than 15w, and they are much smaller than any quality amps I could find. As a temporary solution, they sounded acceptable with stock drivers, but are essentially junk. I eventually purchased a better class-t amp (TA2020) for around £30. Don't waste your money on this. If your going to upgrade your car audio, spend the money and get something from a recognised maker that's actually an improvement.
Most subwoofers need 300 watts upwards on their own. That's notwithstanding the fact that this amp will never push out anywhere near that value. Post this amp on forums where people take car audio seriously and everyone will laugh. Seriously, don't waste your time buying this. 2X 30w RMS tells you all you need to know about the 300w max figure, and I doubt it would even make 30w RMS. The amp inside your car headunit is probably just as good or better than this.
Why would anyone need 300w in a car?
Posted 4th Feb 2012Posted 4th Feb 2012
Auna (never hear of this make before) 5.1 Surround System £59.90 @ HiFi Tower UK£59.90
Not bad for the price - it was never going to sound like Bose or Marantz, but for 60 quid it sounds much better than I thought it was going to. At lower volumes you'd think you'd p… Read more
This has now been reduced by 14% (for Valentines day), so is now just over 51 quid, plus postage.
I'm aware that it's not a review site. However, without a description and/or opinion of goods like this where the quality impacts the fact that it is a good deal or not, no-one would have a clue if this is a good price or not. If it sounded bad, then it wouldn't be a good deal. As it happens, it sounds pretty reasonable, and thus, IMO, it makes for a good deal. Comments such as "this is not a review site" when dealing with goods where the quality clearly demonstrates that the goods are a good deal or not, just makes you look a little foolish.
+ £10 p&p
I suspect AUNA is a rip off of the brand AIWA which was not a half-bad brand, owned by Sony. I see this brand being peddled all the time on ebay so it's more than likely cheap junk.