Cheapest place to get a 3910 at the moment?

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John Langton

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Hi has anyone got any good information on where I would find the cheapest Denon 3910 around? Im in the UK

Thanks

John
 

Timbo21

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Probably Peter Tyson at £709 not incl. p + p.

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witters

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You can buy mine!

Bought from the classifieds but I have decided to sell it on. I've not received it yet though :D
 
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EDDO11

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John Langton said:
Hi has anyone got any good information on where I would find the cheapest Denon 3910 around? Im in the UK

Thanks

John
you can order a brand new denon 3910 off e-bay for £632.70 inc delivary and 5% discount. no dealer in britain will deliver denon equipment you have to pick it up from the shop, some new law apparently. creative audio do some good deals as well.
 

witters

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EDDO11,

I assume you are referring to the 3910 from Hong Kong? Don't forget to add import duty & VAT, and remember warranty won't be valid.
 
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John Langton

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I thought it wouldnt be a good idea to get one from hong kong due to voltage requirements and the region of the player can someone let me know if I bought it from hong kong would I be getting exactly the same as I would if I bought it here in the UK

John
 

Cable Monkey

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What happens if it is faulty on receipt or fails during its warranty period? You will be sent packing if you try to take it to a dealer, and Denon UK would be within their rights to refuse to handle it (regardless of wether you think they should). For me this would be a nightmare scenario. I would advise you to think about avoiding a HK purchase unless you accept the possibility you may be disappointed.
 

Timbo21

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Cable Monkey said:
What happens if it is faulty on receipt or fails during its warranty period? You will be sent packing if you try to take it to a dealer, and Denon UK would be within their rights to refuse to handle it (regardless of wether you think they should). For me this would be a nightmare scenario. I would advise you to think about avoiding a HK purchase unless you accept the possibility you may be disappointed.
I would definitely agree with this. What happens if it's faulty on delivery? Do you really want to have to send it back to Hong Kong? It's a great peace of mind if you can phone up the retailer with any probs. For saving £150 odd pounds is it worth it? And, many retailers offer 2 year warranty in U.K.
 
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John Langton

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true. I think severnoaks will be my best bet then as I live in scotland and these are my nearest stockists

John
 
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