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The best Richer Sounds deals 2021

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

Richer Sounds 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 bargain hi-fi deals featuring speakers, soundbars, AV receivers, turntables, and more besides. Don't forget to check out their 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

Five-star bargain

LG OLED55CX5LB 4K TV £1299 (save £400)
The Award-winning LG 55in CX is listed as either the OLED55CX6LA or OLED55CX5LB. The only difference? The finish: the 6LA is ‘Dark Silver’ and the 5LB on sale here is ‘Light Silver’. The picture is excellent, the motion and dark detail improved, and it's more future-proofed than most.View Deal

Panasonic TX40HX800B 40in 4K HDR TV £549 (save £250)
The discount on this classy, edge-lit TV may not be huge but it's a great set even at full price. With strong colours and brilliant tonal detail it's something of a midrange maestro. Go bigger with the 50in and 58in versions below if possible.View Deal

Five-star bargain

Panasonic TX58HX800B 58in 4K HDR TV £749 (save £150)
This 58in version of the TV above is a five-star winner and as good an edge-lit TV as you'll find anywhere in 2020. If OLEDs and QLEDs are just out of the reach, then this is the next best thing. Take advantage of the money off while it's here.View Deal

Sony BRAVIA KD55A8BU 55in OLED TV £1299 (save £500)
The A8 is one of Sony's best OLED panels. It has a natural, authentic picture; crisp, involving sound and the company's trademark excellent motion processing too. The price may be high but it's a proper pound-for-pound competitor.


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Samsung QE65Q90T 55in 4K TV £1799 (save £100)
Not one we've tested but this 55in TV was one of Samsung's top 4K QLED sets for 2020, and that usually makes for a cracking set. The discount might not be enormous but it definitely leaves change for a few 4K Blu-rays.View Deal

LG OLED65GX6LA 65in OLED TV £2299 (save £200)
With its incredible colours, intense blacks and razor-thin panel, this 2020 flagship TV is just another in a long line of totally brilliant OLEDs from LG. It looks great, has an excellent UI and all the features you'd want from a brand new TV, too.View Deal

Sony Bravia KD-65AG9 OLED TV £2399 (save £400)
Sony's 2019 Master Series OLED majors on picture authenticity and has one of the best sound solutions of any TV - hidden actuators vibrate the whole screen to make an excellent sound. Now even cheaper than it was on Black Friday, this OLED is a bonafide bargain. 
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AV amplifier deals

Arcam SR250 networked stereo/AV receiver £1199
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

Denon AVC-X8500H AVR £2999 (save £500)
Denon’s flagship AVR from 2018 is a mammoth amplifier. Weighing 23kg, with a large-scale sound and 13 discrete power amp channels, the it's sure to impress AV fans hoping to go big on their home cinema. It has Dolby Atmos, a muscular presentation and plenty of detail.View Deal

Hi-Fi deals

Denon DM41 micro system £289 (save £10)
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

Marantz CD6006 UK Edition CD player £379 (save £20)
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

Marantz PM7000N all-in-one networked amp £899 (save £150)
This What Hi-Fi? Award-winning, just-add-speakers streaming system is a great purchase at any price. It offers class-leading clarity; big, spacious and insightful sound; and is as solid a streaming platform as you'll find anywhere. Dig in.


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Turntable deals

Big discount

Marantz TT5005 £119 (save £50)
Not one we've tested but you'll struggle to find a cheaper big brand record player than this. It's ready to go, straight out of the box and a good looking starter machine. View Deal

Audio Technica LP3 £179 (save £20)
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 at this price.
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Five-star bargain

Sony PS-HX500 £299 (save £100)
Want to rip vinyl to hi-res? Of course you do. This entertaining turntable has that ability, sounds great while it's doing so and these days is a serious bargain.View Deal

Pro-Ject Debut Carbon DC £299 (save £70)
The Debut Carbon sounds clear, detailed and it displays a fine sense of rhythm. This 'DC' version has an outboard power/supply/speed controller. We haven't tested it, but if it's anything like its siblings, this deal shouldn't be ignored.View Deal

Audio-Technica LP5X USB turntable £329 (save £30)
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 £129 (save £20)
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

Sonos One smart speaker £179 (save £20)
One of the cheapest Sonos wireless speakers is now even better value thanks to this deal. Its sound quality and support for Apple AirPlay 2, as well as Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, make this a five-star buy.View Deal

Five-star bargain

Bowers & Wilkins 606 standmounters £399 (save £150)
These outstanding What Hi-Fi? 2019 Product of the Year speakers have been discontinued and replaced by the Anniversary Edition models. They're still absolute belters and now in easier reach than ever while retailers shift remaining stock. Grab 'em while you can.View Deal

JBL Charge 4 portable speaker £99 (save £60)
Fun, bubbly, rugged, water-resistant, what else is there to want in a portable Bluetooth speaker? Oh, yes, a massive discount. Well, here you go, then. Fill your boots.View Deal

Audio Pro Addon C3 £199 (save £50)
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 3020i standmount speakers £199 (save £20)
Launched in 2020, these superb little speakers build on the success of the Award-winning 3010is. They offer a rich, warm sound; full bass, precise treble; wonderful sweeping dynamics for this price; and now an excellent discount too.View Deal

ELAC Debut B5.2 standmount speakears £249 (save £30)
Some of our very favourite budget speakers now come with a very tidy discount. Elac may has since launched an updated model but the B5.2 are still What Hi-Fi? Award-winners and some of the best performers at this price.View Deal

What Hi-Fi Award winners

KEF LS50 speakers  £549 (save £200)
They may be a few years old now, and usurped in our affections by the LS50 Wireless, but if you're in the market for a great-looking, great-sounding pair of passive stereo speakers, this is a great deal.View Deal

Soundbar deals

Sours: https://www.whathifi.com/us/deals/the-best-richer-sounds-deals

Background

With 53 home entertainment stores distributed across the United Kingdom, Richer Sounds is one of the largest hi-fi retailers in the country. As soon as their new site launched in the summer of 2017, major issues became apparent. Eager to resolve these performance concerns, Richer Sounds enrolled in Corra’s TotalCare program to stabilize the site before the key period of Black Friday and shared the schedule of their aggressive flash sale campaigns.

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Results

Corra tested up to 2,000 concurrent users in the checkout funnel, and recommended a variety of critical code changes that substantially improved the scalability and performance of their store, leading to a 42% decrease in average server response time.

Corra’s support team was also able to monitor the site experience during the peaks caused by powerful email campaigns (200,000 emails/hour), and fixed key functionalities such as the PayPal Click & Collect custom module. As a result, Richer Sounds achieved a successful Black Friday weekend: for the first time, online sales surpassed brick-and-mortar purchases.

Interested in learning more? Contact us about Corra + Richer Sounds, or visit the site.

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Richer Sounds

Richer Sounds store in Southampton
A typical shop layout in 2009
Richer Sounds original logo, 1978-2006

Richer Sounds is a British home entertainment retailer that operates through a chain of 51 stores and through online, mainly in England. The business was 100% owned by Julian Richer, the founder and managing director of the company, who in 2019 sold 60% of its shares to an employee ownership trust.[1]

History of the business[edit]

Richer Sounds formally began trading in 1978 when Richer, then aged 19, opened his first shop near London Bridge, with the help of photography retailer Vic Odden. For over 20 years, this shop has been listed in the Guinness Book of Records for the highest sales per square foot of any retail outlet in the world.[2]

In November 2013, Julian Richer announced to the press that, upon his death, he would bequeath 100% of the firm to a trust co-owned by employees of the company.[3][4] In May 2019 Richer, then aged 60, announced that he had transferred ownership to employees by passing 60% of his shares to a trust,[5] as well as separately paying each employee, excluding directors,[6] a thank you bonus of £1,000[7] for every year of work from his own pocket to his 500+ employees who had worked an average of 8 years each (circa £4 million).[8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15]

Awards and Recognition[edit]

In January 2011, Richer Sounds received a Royal Warrant.[16]

Richer Sounds has won 5 'Retailer of the Year' or Best Retailer' awards from Which? in 2010, 2011, 2015,[17] 2018[18] and 2019.[19]

Richer Sounds is an accredited holder of the Fair Tax Mark[20] for transparency over tax disclosures and the amount they pay.

The company is also a part of the Living Wage Scheme,[21] set up by the Living Wage Foundation, and founder, Julian Richer, has backed their Living Hours program, which seeks to curb zero-hour contracts.[22]

Notes[edit]

  1. The Independent: Julian Richer talks about employee suggestion schemes
  2. CustomerServiceWorld.com: Julian Richer talks about employee suggestion schemes
  3. Managementtoday.com: Ninety-five per cent of this man's staff say they love working for him. What's his secret?
  4. TopMBA.com: Increasing human and social capital by applying job embeddedness theory
  5. The Guardian: Richer Sounds' charitable donations
  6. BBC reports on Richer Sounds being named as winner of the Which? High Street Shop Survey, 2011

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richer_Sounds
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