Get 'em while they're hot folks!!
Onkyo TX-8050 / Tannoy Revolution DC4 / Marantz SA7001-KI / Apple TV 3 / Sony PS3 320Gb / Denon DVD-3930
They'll all be flocking to Superfi - 95p saving. Crack open the best bottle of bubbly.
Leema Pulse MKII-S; Naim CD5i MKII; Denon TU-260L MKII; MA RS6 speakers; Pro-ject Xpression 1; loads of different cables...
Formerly known as plastic penguin
Shouldn't this be in the 'hot deals' section?
HiFi / A/V / Bedroom
important to note the discount applies to the black AND silver models. I've bought one of each. Good spot, record (err) spot!
I have some home cinema and Sonos stuff.
Blimey, Lidl doing deals on Lucozade then?
You should probably click on the link Ben...
I did, that was meant to be low key irony RS
Ah, sorry!!! You know what they say about irony and Americans. Well, not that I'm American, but I've seen a few Westerns now...
We need a "cold deals" section.
"Everything has been said before, but since nobody listens we have to keep going back and beginning all over again." André Gide
This is hilarious.
Formerly known as al7478...
HC: Panasonic PXP 42 V20; Panasonic DMP BD35; Humax Foxsat-HDR
Music: Optical out from Asus P7H55-M Motherboard into AVI ADM 9.1 speakers.
"Music will provide the light you cannot resist"
That reminded me of a telephone conversation with a nice lady from Aviva, speaking to me from Mumbai and telling me that she could do me a very special deal on my car insurance and knock off £20 from the £1200 cost.
Granted, it is a better deal than the Superfi 'special'.
I'm not sure I'd be interested at £499.95 though, nevermind with a 2 in front.
Mac mini > AVI ADM9Ts
Perhaps Aviva could offer breakdown insurance for this notoriously unreliable product. Given it's reputation, £1200 for a years cover would seem good value, in fact another hot deal.
Musical Fidelity X150, Wilmslow Audio Speakers, Edirol UA25EX dac, laptop.
An email I just receieved says the rrp on a Denon amp (PMA-520AE) is £4179.99 and it's going for £149.00...?!
Looking at the actual listing on the site, it's clearly a typo, but still.
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