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The best Richer Sounds deals 2020

Richer Sounds is one of the most popular AV retailers in the UK and that's in no small part because there's always Richer Sounds deals to be had.

The trusted retailer offers up to a six-year guarantee on lots of its products and it also has plenty of shops around the country. That not only means you can go into a shop to see and test kit before you buy, but also gives you a place to go if there are any issues with your purchase.

Our pick of the best Richer Sounds deals feature pretty much everything you'd find on What Hi-Fi?, from the latest 4K TV and OLED TV deals, to hi-fi and wireless speakers, soundbars, AV receivers, turntables, and plenty more besides. Don't forget to check out their payday deals as well as the clearance bargains which are usually specific to local stores.

Prefer to shop elsewhere? Check out our deals pages from Amazon, Argos, Currys and Sevenoaks

TV deals

Panasonic TX40GX800B 40in 4K HDR TV for £599 £519
This punchy, edge-lit TV is available at a discount at several panel sizes with Richer Sounds. Go bigger if you have the space. Otherwise this smallest size will do nicely.View Deal

Panasonic TX50GX800B 50in 4K HDR TV for £699 £574
As above but with the biggest discount of the three. Again, the 58in model is still worth going for if you have the space and the budget.View Deal

Panasonic TX58GX800B 58in 4K HDR TV for £699 £649
The edge-lit LED tech still does an excellent job of picture quality at  this impressive panel size. It's beautifully thin, easy to use and one of the best mid-rangers from 2019.View Deal

Sony KD-55XF9005 55-inch 4K HDR TV for £1699 £749
4K pictures should look fantastic on this screen while the solid stand makes it easy to install. X-motion Clarity tech promises smooth sports and action movies while HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision support is present and correct. View Deal

LG OLED55B9PLA 55in OLED TV £1299 £1098
Can't quite afford LG's top of the range OLED? No matter, the B9 is an excellent TV in its own right. It's 2019's panel with a 2018 processor hidden inside. It's still an excellent choice, though. We gave the 65in version a five-star review.View Deal

Samsung QE55Q90R 55in 4K TV £1299 £1199
Not cheap but this is a very, very good TV indeed. The Q90R series is the best of Samsung from 2019. It's super strong on colour, detail in dark and light areas and also happens to have one of the best smart platforms in the business. It's a five-star set that's a pleasure to live with.View Deal

Sony KD55AG8 55in 4K HDR OLED TV for £1799 £1299
Sony’s 2019 AG8 OLED screen comes with an Acoustic Surface Audio – an interesting piece of audio tech which uses the screen itself as the speaker. You'll also get 4K UHD resolution, HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision, Sony's proprietary Triluminos display and MotionFlow XR processing.View Deal

LG OLED65C9PLA 55in OLED TV £2499 £1989
With its incredible colours, intense blacks and razor-thin panel, this 2019 TV is just another in a long line of totally brilliant OLEDs from LG. It looks great and has all the streaming apps and features you'd want from a brand new TV, too.View Deal

Panasonic TX-55GZ2000B 55in 4K OLED TV £2999 £2199
This 55in set is the best performing 4K TV from 2019. It's expensive but that outlay pays for a stunning Dolby Atmos performance and dark details unseen on OLEDs to date. It's a benchmark in picture quality.View Deal

Panasonic TX-65GZ2000B 55in 4K OLED TV £3999 £3399
As above but the 65in version of this superb TV. If this is in your  price range, then there's no need to think twice. Just pull the trigger.View Deal

AV amplifier deals

Sony STRDH790 AV receiver £349 £279
Get the sound that your big-screen TV deserves, with the Dolby Atmos and DTS:X equipped Sony STR-DH790. Sony has turned out Award-winning amplifiers this year so while this is one of the company's entry-level models, we'd hazard it will be a decent bet.View Deal

Denon AVR-X2600H AVR £599 £449
A five-star AVR, the Denon AVR-X2600H is a brilliant machine with a weighty, expressive sound, nine channels of 150W amplification, eight HDMI inputs and two outputs. Including Dolby Atmos and AirPlay 2, it's right up to date and more affordable than ever.View Deal

Denon AVR-X3600H AVR £849 £695
This 2019 Product of the Year is a superb upgrade on the AVR above. This time there are 180W of amplification instead of the 150W. With an upgraded power supply and power transformer, and extruded aluminium heatsink compared to the 2018 version, it's one tight, muscular machine.View Deal

Arcam SR250 networked stereo/AV receiver £1499 £999
Pitched as an all-rounder when released in 2016, this amp is a good choice for those with a stereo set-up attached to their AV hub too. While it's not quite the best on the music front, this huge discount makes it a cert for your consideration.View Deal

Hi-Fi deals

Denon DM41 micro system for £299 £249
Denon adds Bluetooth to its brilliant CD player and radio micro system with predictably excellent results. You can save on this system right now, and no doubt pick up a pair of speakers in the sales too. It's available in silver or black.View Deal

Denon DM41 micro system and Dali Spektor 2s £448 £349
Or you can buy the Denon DM41 as above already bundled with a pair of Award-winning speakers. The speakers are also available at a discount on their own. Decisions, decisions.View Deal

Marantz CD6006 UK Edition CD player £449 £349
Product of the Year time and time again, this is simply the best budget CD player you can buy. It might only have a few quid knocked off but it's as low a price as you'll see.View Deal

Roksan Blak CD player £1999 £1499
Not one we've tested but a hefty discount like this is always worth a look. Besides, we liked integrated amp from the same series. The Blak CD Player uses some of the finest electrical components available and a high-end CD drive.View Deal

Turntable deals

Audio Technica LP3 for £199 £169
Audio Technica has fashioned an automatic turntable with ease of use and affordability but one that also follows the rule of hi-fi which states that performance is always king. It's expressive and musical with plenty of detail, and now a steal with £30 off.
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Pro-Ject T1 £239 £199
For the money, and with the help of this £40 saving, there's little to grumble about here. The Pro-Ject T1comes fully set-up and ready spin. All you need to do is drop a record on the platter.View Deal

Pro-Ject Debut Carbon £349 £299
This carbon fibre turntable is a fine-sounding package for the money. There’s a pleasing level of clarity, insightful sound and plenty of nuance and texture. The only problem is which of the amazing colours to choose.

Audio-Technica LP5X USB turntable £349 £329
Audio-Technica’s original AT-LP5 turntable was a winner. This LP5x model now comes with an easier to fit cartridge, a built-in phono stage for both MC and MM and it even sounds a little cleaner than its predecessor. Winner.View Deal

Speaker deals

Wharfedale Diamond 220 for £129 £119
Tested at £200, the price for these speakers may have got old but the sound certainly hasn't. Incredible detail, wonderful balance, brilliant dynamics; they really are hard to fault.View Deal

Monitor Audio Bronze 2 standmount speakers £279 £169
This is a monster discount on these brilliant and classic looking five-star standmount speakers. These previous Award-winners have great weight and scale, and offer impressive musical insight too. Available bundled with a Denon micro system above too.View Deal

Audio Pro Addon C3 £249 £199
You'll find savings on all the Audio Pro Addon Award-winning multi-room speakers at Richer Sounds, right now. The C3 is solid mid-ranger but you can spend less on the T3 or head on up to the C10 as well. All very good wireless speakers.View Deal

Q Acoustics 3050 for £399 £349
Five star floorstanders from quite some time ago but these speakers have timeless quality and finish to them. With £50 off the price of what they once were, this is an excellent deal. Grab 'em.View Deal

Focal Aria 906 standmount speakers £799 £699
These loudspeakers are no spring chickens but good sound never gets old. They deliver a huge sense of scale for this price and plenty of muscle too but they still manage to sound refined, balanced - a worthy upgrade to your system. View Deal

Soundbar deals

JBL Bar 2.0 All-in-One soundbar £149 £99
This soundbar is one of the easiest and cheapest upgrades to your TV sound that you can ever make. It's not going to solve your music listening problems but it will add some much needed weight and detail to your favourite shows.View Deal

Sonos Beam (white) for £399 £359
One of the best performance-per-pound products Sonos has produced, the Beam is a blinding little soundbar that is musically capable of doubling up as your go-to wireless speaker.View Deal

Yamaha MusicCast Bar 400 £599 £449
This powerful soundbar and wireless sub offers immersive DTS Virtual:X sound and can be paired with optional rear speakers for even more depth. Part of the MusicCast system, this can be controlled by your phone and sits as part of a multi-room set-up. Other features include AirPlay, Bluetooth, Amazon Alexa voice controls and 4K and HDR compatibility. View Deal

Sonos Playbase wireless soundbase £699 £519
The Playbase is simple, stylish and will beat the sound from most TVs hands down. Connect it to a multi-room system and even add it to a full 5.1 setup.View Deal

Headphone deals

SoundMagic E10 for £39 £30
The SoundMagic E10s look and sound like they’re worth much more than £39, which makes them an absolute steal - and that's why they were a repeat Award-winner in previous years.View Deal

Beyerdynamic Soul Byrd £70 £55
This is talented pair of in-ear headphones if you want an affordable upgrade for some ageing Apple EarPods. They're comfortable enough to wear all day and offer such an easy, interesting and captivating listen - brilliant for this price.View Deal

Cyrus SoundKey DAC £79 £59
Not headphones but something for them. This What Hi-Fi? Award-winning DAC is a steal with this healthy discount. Level up your wired headphones listening.View Deal

AKG Y50BT wireless headphones £100 £70
Bags of detail go hand-in-hand with clarity. You get all manner of texture to instruments and vocals; a performance that’s as entertaining as it is competent. A top deal on a class-leading set of wireless cans.View Deal

Cambridge Audio Melomania 1 true wireless headphones £120 £99.95
These five-star wireless buds blew us away with their rich, detailed sound. Eventually, we had no choice but to give Cambridge Audio's first true wireless offering a What Hi-Fi? 2019 Award. They're now even cheaper than the Apple AirPods 2 and can be yours for 5p under £100. Bargain. View Deal

Sony WF-1000XM3 true wireless earbuds £219 £169
A new benchmark for true wireless earbuds, the WF-1000XM3s combine effective active noise-cancelling with a real sense of musicality. Our favourite truly wireless earbuds, now well discounted.View Deal

Shure SE425 for £219 £169
These class-leading in-ears have been around for more than half a decade, and they've been picking What Hi-Fi? Awards all that time. A £50 saving on anything this talented is not to be sniffed at.View Deal

Beyerdynamic Amiron £539 £479
Comfortable, luxurious and sonically fantastic, these open-backed headphones are some of the very best around. Not a set of listening out and about but a glorious piece of hi-fi headphones heaven.View Deal

Projector deals

Epson EH-TW650 1080p LCD projector £529 £469
Just a small discount on this super-convenient, Full HD projector, but then it was already a bargain. This talented Award-winner has short throw capabilities of between 1.35 - 1.64m, so it's perfect for those with small rooms and an even tighter budget.View Deal

Optoma UHD65 4K HDR projector £2749 £2499
The next jump in performance from Optoma is this Award-winner.It may not have all the bells and whistles of a high-end, native 4K projector, but it is future-proof and should keep you happy for years. At this price, the Optoma UHD65 is the one to beat.View Deal