Win over £5,000 worth of AV kit in our Summer of Sport Competition

Stuart Wright

AVForums Founder
Staff member
Celebrating the World Cup, Commonwealth Games, Wimbledon and all the other sporting spectacles to be enjoyed this summer, we have put together the AVForums Summer of Sport competition. Enter to be in with a chance of winning this huge bundle of home entertainment kit worth over £5,000!

The entry form is on the competition page - Click the Details & Enter tab above. Here is what one lucky person will win:

Win a Yamaha YSP-3300 Digital Sound Projector with Wireless Active Subwoofer worth £999

Slim Digital Sound Projector with powerful woofers and Wireless Active Subwoofer ensure extraordinary surround sound performance, with wireless music streaming and easy placement.
  • The combination of a high sound quality design soundbar and specially tuned Wireless Active Subwoofer
  • The truly high sound quality design soundbar with 16 array speakers and powerful Woofers
  • Wireless Subwoofer with Advanced YST technology reproduce rich and powerful bass
  • Using the YIT-W12TX you can also enjoy music with high sound quality wirelessly
  • Digital sound projector technology reproduces true surround sound
  • 10 CINEMA DSP programmes
  • IntelliBeam automatically sets the optimum sound field
  • HDMI (4 in/1 out) with 4K Pass-Though, 3D and CEC functionality
  • Low style design for easy positioning in front of a TV
  • Wireless Active Subwoofer allows flexible placement
  • TV Remote Repeater for Signal Transmission
  • ECO Mode for energy conservation
Details at the Yamaha website.

Win an Epson EH-TW5200 Full HD 1080p 3LCD 3D Home Cinema and Gaming Projector worth £749

Immerse yourself in the summer of sport with Epson's EH-TW5200 projector, worth £749. With a super-size picture of up to 300 inches and Epson's 3LCD technology delivering exceptional picture quality, you’ll experience every heart-stopping moment in HD. And, thanks to Epson's high White and Colour Light Output, catering for bright images in all light conditions, you can make the most of the scheduled afternoon action without compromise.

Ideal for gamers looking for big screen entertainment to complement their video games console, the EH-TW5200 delivers bright, Full HD 2D and 3D gaming graphics. It's intuitive, lightweight, easy to set-up and use. With dedicated entertainment features like HDMI and MHL port, you can view Full HD content from a variety of devices and play videos, music and photos directly from your smartphone and tablet.

Epson has been the worldwide leader in projectors for the past ten years, supplying a high quality range of award winning projectors for everyone from the first time projector buyer to the home cinema enthusiast.

Details at the Epson website.

Win a Panasonic Viera TX-48AS640B Smart 3D 48" Full HD 1080p LED LCD TV worth £749

High Picture Quality and a High-Performance Engine
A step-up model featuring high picture quality with a HEXA-Processing Engine and wide-ranging functions.
Smooth Motion with Backlight Scanning
Frames are detected before and after the present frame, and a new intermediate frame is created. Optimal backlight blinking also helps to reproduce smooth images with minimal blurring.
The first TV with Freetime built in
With the new range of VIERA TVs, you will get Freetime built in. Which means that you can get the advantages of a Roll Back TV Guide (for the past seven days across selected channels), access to all the most popular On Demand services including BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4oD, Demand 5 and BBC News & Sport and top recommendations for upcoming programmes with Showcase.
my Stream
A wide variety of content, such as TV programs, VOD and Internet content, is seamlessly, automatically recommended to the user with intuitive interface.

Details at the Panasonic website.

Win a Philips Fidelio HTL9100 Wireless Soundbar worth £700

Obsessed with sound
HTL9100 is Philips' first soundbar with real surround sound from wireless detachable
speakers. Enjoy the freedom of casual and temporary placement of the surround speakers
just when you need it.
Richer sound for watching TV and movies
• Surround on Demand — detachable wireless surround speakers
• Wireless subwoofer for clutter-free placement
• Virtual Surround Sound for a realistic movie experience
• Dolby Digital and Pro Logic II surround sound
Designed to enhance your living space
• Orientation sensor ensures the best sound in any placement
• Minimalistic chic design to suit a modern decor Minimalistic
Connect and enjoy all your entertainment
• Connect to HDMI x 2 for great picture and sound quality
• Wireless music streaming via Bluetooth

Details at the Philips website.

Win a Pioneer VSX-924 7.2-Channel AV Receiver with HDMI 2.0, Ultra HD 4K Upscaling/Pass Through, DSD Playback, Subwoofer EQ, Spotify Connect, Built-in AVNavigator and Bluetooth worth £499

Revel in true home entertainment.
If you are looking for the perfect power player, the VSX-924 is the one for you. This AV receiver offers up to 150 Watts of clear audio reproduction across all of its 7 channels.

The VSX-924 connects to almost anything: it supports AirPlay, MHL, HTC Connect & DLNA audio networking. It even plays multi-channel 96 kHz/24-bit FLAC and WAV files via USB and DLNA. This AV receiver also provides direct access to Spotify Connect and to vTuner internet radio. And, you can stream your music effortlessly via Bluetooth. Bluetooth is built-in and compatible with the aptX format, which compresses audio files for wireless transmission without affecting the quality.

The VSX-924 is ready to pass through 4K Ultra HD video signals to a compatible display. It even upscales lower resolution signals into 4K Ultra HD (up to 60p), allowing you to enjoy the highest quality picture available today. And, thanks to the I/P converter and the Triple HD Noise Reduction, this AV receiver enhances video performance in the best possible way.

Good to know: a powered zone 2 audio output allows you to watch your favourite film in one room, all the while someone else listens to music in another.

Details at the Pioneer website.

Win a TPS AV Bundle worth £540

TPS have put together a great bundle of kit especially for AVForums readers
  • Panasonic DMP-BDT160EB Multiregion Smart 3D Blu-ray Player worth £199
  • Panasonic DMP-MST60EBS Smart Digital Media Streamer worth £99
  • Humax HB-1000S HD Freesat Freetime Receiver worth £99
  • 2 Pairs of 3D3 Universal Eyewear 3D Glasses worth £80
  • Panasonic 3 Metre HDMI lead worth £39
  • Avatar and Titanic 3D Blu-rays
Details at the TPS website.

Win a Bluesound NODE Hi-Res Wireless Music Streamer worth £399 supplied by Sevenoaks Sound and Vision

The NODE is a premium Hi-Res Wireless Music Streamer that opens up a whole new world of possibilities for your music. Simply add the NODE to your wireless network and connect to an input on an AV Receiver or Amplifier and listen to your entire digital music collection.
  • Finally stream your Hi-Res digital music collection to your existing stereo system
  • Stream internet radio and cloud music services
  • Simple set-up, easily expandable
  • Intuitive touch control via iOS or Android app
  • WiFi + Ethernet
  • Digital Optical Output
  • USB Connection for memory sticks and supported peripherals
Sponsored by Sevenoaks Sound & Vision
We have been making home entertainment come alive for customers for over 40 years. And, with a national network of 26 stores and a hard-won reputation for outstanding customer service, we are confident that we can do the same for you. Our ultimate aim is uncomplicated: to offer a total home entertainment solution tailored to the customer’s need.
More information on Bluesound at the Sevenoaks Sound & Vision website

Win a Cambridge Audio Minx Air 200 wireless speaker system worth £349

Supercharge your wireless music experience

Minx Air 200 wireless speaker system delivers serious, heart-pumping performance, filling the largest rooms in your home.

Whether your music lives on an iPhone, iPad, smartphone, tablet or computer, or you prefer to use Music Apps like Spotify or Napster, you can stream it all wirelessly and instantly to Minx Air 200.

Minx Air is both an AirPlay speaker and Bluetooth speaker so whatever device you use, Minx Air is your perfect partner.

A built-in subwoofer for extended bass and a 200 Watt amplifier really supercharge your listening experience and we’re compatible-iconsconvinced you’ve never heard such an amazing sound from an integrated system. Yet despite all this, Minx Air 200 is just 45cm wide so it can fit almost anywhere…

Details at the Cambridge Audio website.

Win a Roku Streaming Stick (HDMI) worth £50

Meet Roku
With over 450 channels and counting, Roku players bring the best selection of streaming entertainment including Netflix, NOW TV, Sky Sports on NOW TV, Sky Store, Demand 4, BBC iPlayer, and more, directly to your TV. Instantly.

What is Roku?
Roku makes it easy to enjoy the hottest movies, TV programmes, music, games and more on your TV by streaming it directly from the Internet. Millions of people use Roku players every day to watch their favourite entertainment instantly and on demand.

Easy as 1-2-3
Roku players connect directly to your TV and to your high-speed Internet service via your home network. You select the programmes and movies you want to watch, whenever you want them!

Details at the Roku website.
 
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Kenshin

Novice Member
Indeed, no facebook and a slick and easy entry system. :smashin:

Got my eye on that telly, mines on its way out. Lasted a good 7 years of near-constant use!
 

EndlessWaves

Distinguished Member
"Panasonic 3 Metre HDMI lead worth £39" *Snerk*

All the Marketing Gumf makes it a bit hard to see what's on offer, here's the concise version:

Two Soundbars (Phillips, Yamaha)
1080p 3D Projector
48" 1080P 3D Smart TV
AV Receiver
Multiregion 3D Blu-ray Player
Media Streaming Client
Audio/Radio/Spotify streaming client
FreesatHD Receiver (and PVR if you connect external drive).
2x Universal 3d Glasses.
Wireless Speaker
Roku Streaming HDMI Stick.

Some decent kit in there, although with no less than five 'Smart TV' items you'll be up to your eyebrows in different ways to watch iPlayer. A pair of standard speakers would probably have been a better alternative to one of them, the three sets of speakers on offer are all specialised.
 

Stuart Wright

AVForums Founder
Staff member
There is also a Linsar 28" telly prize in another competition we launched today.
 

Juke

Active Member
Got my eye on that telly, mines on its way out. Lasted a good 7 years of near-constant use!

Do you mean your telly or your eyes ? ;)


Personally, I don't mind winning whatever the prize is, it's all tech.
I have not won anything since winning a Sony Betamax video recorder courtesy of The Sun ( write a joke caption competition ) and a week later I won a Philips N1700 video recorder courtesy of Lyons individual fruit pies ( spot the ball competition , 78 entries ), That was back in the late 1970's.
Wow !!!! Video Recorders ??? and people moan about today's technology, they've never had it so good.


avforums you already have my E-mail address, so just drop us a line when you want my home address for the prize delivery. :lease::blush:

This is a great forum :thumbsup:, I even got advice on a new boiler and radiators off of member liamthefirst the other day, :clap:the topic If anyone wants advice on gas/central heating/boilers. feel free to ask | Page 22 | AVForums came up after a Google search otherwise I would not have thought of looking on here for that.
 
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Juke

Active Member
Just out of interest can you remember the joke?

After 36 years or so I'm afraid not. I do remember eating those 78 fruit pies though, it was only one spot the ball cross per box back. Even got to visit the Lyons factory along with the other 19 winners for a tour.
 

dspit1664

Active Member
Err reading this on ipad.
Read 'Details & Enter tab above. Here is what one lucky ....'
Where the Details and Enter Tab ?
 
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Stuart Wright

AVForums Founder
Staff member
Err reading this in ipad.
Read 'Details & Enter tab above. Here is what one lucky ....'
Where the Details and Enter Tab ?
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dspit1664

Active Member
Ok see it however I went from
Home > selected the link for 'Win a home ...' Link. Just tried it again takes me to detail / posts however tabs seen when go direct to sub forum you show above not seen. Eg -> Win a Home Entertainment system worth £5k | AVForums
Could just be me as it's late but then.....
 

alphaomega16

Distinguished Member
Awesome sauce. Imagine winning all that gear. My AV life would be sorted for life hehe.

Had to re-read the post after I read this, I thought it was for individual competitions for each item lol.

I felt bad entering the competition as all I could really use out of it is the TV (Currently LE40*74, only 720. Murder for PC as you cant fit the screen right lol), Amp and the Blu-Ray (Dont have one yet)

On the + side if I am lucky to win what I dont require will prob recirculate on here.

Have been looking for a new TV and finding it hard to decide what to get, guess im waiting another couple of months lol.
 

ldoodle

Distinguished Member
Is it one winner for the lot, or a different winner for each component?

The latter would be better (fairer), in my opinion; why would one winner want 3 sound systems!
 

dspit1664

Active Member
Is it one winner for the lot, or a different winner for each component?

The latter would be better (fairer), in my opinion; why would one winner want 3 sound systems!
Larger worm on hook ;)
 

ldoodle

Distinguished Member
although with no less than five 'Smart TV' items you'll be up to your eyebrows in different ways to watch iPlayer.

I rest my case :D

Maybe should have grouped them in 'sets': 1 display + 1 streaming device + 1 sound system + 1 this + 1 that, and have winner and runner up prizes.
 

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