lol.....the leeds branch are offering a 5 year guarentee,so me thinks thats a great deal:)
My Kef 'eggs' came with a 5 year manufacturers warranty for the speakers but ony 1 year for the sub. Might be best to double check.
They assured me it was for the package...so heares hoping!!!
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Superfi at manchester price matched this on the phone when I said was after av and wire and when i drove there and asked a guy from audio t across the road for parkin directions . He asked why I was here and I told him .He beat that deal by 15 quid So I got them for 700 and whats more they recon they can do the onkyo 609 for 450 or the 808 for 699 I think the 808 is a bit much for the 3005se. besides I wanted silver so ill have to wait a fortnight for 609. So ill get that later.
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Soundla, was it Dave or Munir, sounds like a trick they would pull, I've bought from them for years! Lol
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Just as a follow-up to this, we've had confirmation that Pixmania isn't an authorised KEF dealer.
To quote KEF:
"Unless they are an official KEF retailer based here in the UK, a UK customer won’t receive their warranty nor the same level of great service/support provided by all UK KEF retailers."
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KEF, quite rightly want to protect their UK Dealer net-work......... but legally if the product is new and purchased within the EU they have to honour their warranty as a manufacturer within the UK if that is where the product develops a fault.
The Citizens Advice Bureau article (http://www.adviceguide.org.uk/index/c_buying_goods_and_services_in_europe.pdf) sums it up without being over legally technical.
KEF could easily find out from serial numbers where Pixmania are purchasing their stock and stop the flow if they so wished. Or would this be deemed an illegal restriction of trade based on their existing sales contracts with the pixmania supplier!
I am not looking to argue the benefits of the EU but it is meant to be a common market.
'Transhipping' is not usually allowed and is considered to be a breach of contract.
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Interesting to note that the product is 'no longer sold' by Pixmania.
whats more they recon they can do the onkyo 609 for 450 or the 808 for 699 I think the 808 is a bit much for the 3005se. besides I wanted silver so ill have to wait a fortnight for 609. So ill get that later.
My Dad has an 808 with 3005 7.1 setup, sounds fantastic in a big room. If it's going in a large room, would definately look at the 808 too.
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