Big savings in the Richer Sounds sale, starts Boxing Day at 10am
There are even bigger savings than normal on TVs, Blu-ray players, home cinema amps and speakers in the Richer Sounds sale which starts today.
Here are some of the top offers available while stocks last:
• Samsung UE32F5500 32-inch smart LCD/LED TV, previously £349.95, now reduced to £299.95.
• LG 47LA620, a 47in, smart, 3D LCD/LED TV with built-in Freeview HD, now reduced to £549.95
• Samsung UE55F6500 55in smart 3D LCD/LED TV at £999.95, a further £150 saving from its previous price of £1149.95
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• Panasonic DMP-BDT130 Blu-ray/DVD player, reduced from £79.95 to £49.95
• Sony BDP-S790, What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision's Award-winning Product of the Year 2013 Blu-ray/DVD player, normally £169.95, down to £149.95
• Marantz’s superb UD7007 Blu-ray player, our Best Blu-ray player £300+ 2013, will also be discounted to £549.95, reduced from £629.95.
• The five-star Denon AVRX2000, a home cinema receiver with 4K video upscaling, gets a £100 reduction from £349.95 to just £249.95.
• Our 2013 Home cinema amplifier Product of the Year, the Sony STR-DN1040, has been reduced from £499.95 to £399.95. We said: "this is a superstar in the making."
Audio lovers can look forward to dozens of hi-fi reductions.
• Cambridge Audio Minx Xi streaming mini system, previously £599.95, now
£499.95. We gave the Xi the full five stars, saying that “Cambridge has done a terrific job with the Minx Xi. It's easy to use, well built and sounds great."
• Yamaha’s A-S500 stereo amplifier is also down to only £199.95 – save £70.
• Cambridge Audio’s Minx Air 200 Bluetooth and AirPlay speaker will also be reduced from £429.95 to £349.95.
• The Tannoy V1 standmount speakers will be on offer at £79.95 per pair, reduced from £99.95 (we gave them five stars at their original price of £149.95).
Products from other leading brands like Marantz, Toshiba, Onkyo, JBL, Wharfedale, LG and Optoma are also reduced.
Visit the Richer Sounds website for these and other sale offers. Only available while stocks last.
By Andy Clough