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32" LCD for around £400

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9y, 4w agoPosted 9 years, 4 weeks ago
after a present for my father for crimbo a 32" LCD upto £400 to spend, ive looked at the hanspree 32" on ebuyer but i noticed it runs 720 not 1080i unless someone knows different.
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9y, 4w agoPosted 9 years, 4 weeks ago
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#1
720 is generally better than 1080i anyway its 1080p which is the best ones which are really expensive.
#2
ryouga
720 is generally better than 1080i anyway its 1080p which is the best ones which are really expensive.

i have a 1080p lcd myself and a 1080i
#3
There was an argos deal posted on the hot deals section, I believe the price has gone up to £229 now, but still might be worth checking out, unless you're after a top name model.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=112442
#4
Hi
yes i seen that, didnt fancy it, its expired now aswell
#5
I have the Hanspree, it runs 1080i but is advertised as 720p as P is better then I. If you scroll down on the ebuyer page to "Features" you will notice it supports 720i, 720p and 1080i. I advise you read up on them, I spent a while on Wiki before I bought but have been very impressed with it so far excellent tv for £300.

Oh and if its any conformt the human eye is very unlikely to tell the difference between 1080 and 720 on anything less then a 50" screen :)
#6
The Hanspree can do 1080i but as mentioned 720p is better than 1080i :)
#7
May be worth a closer look then, anybody got any decent pictures of the hanspree, also any other lcd's links would be great as there doesn't seem to be any other lcd's around for that price.
#8
RicherSounds have a couple of LG lcds for £400 :)
#9
Trry http://www.teleland.co.uk/item--Hannspree-32-LCD-HD-TV--HannspreeXV32.html £312.95 including delivery with 5 year warranty i ordered one last tuesday and got it on wednesday
[helper]#10
It depends what your father will be using it for. Some tvs are better than others when it comes to standard definition. From what I've read the Hannspree is good for use with high definition sources, not sure how well it does with standard definition (ie freeview, analogue tv).

If he watches mainly standard definition I'd recommend the Toshiba 32c3030d or 32c3035d (basically the same tv) which is very highly regarded for its standard definition performance. This costs slightly more though (about £450)
#11
n217970
I have the Hanspree, it runs 1080i but is advertised as 720p as P is better then I. If you scroll down on the ebuyer page to "Features" you will notice it supports 720i, 720p and 1080i. I advise you read up on them, I spent a while on Wiki before I bought but have been very impressed with it so far excellent tv for £300.

Oh and if its any conformt the human eye is very unlikely to tell the difference between 1080 and 720 on anything less then a 50" screen :)



a 720p tv cannot display 1080i
it supports it which means it downscales it

and to suggest the human eye cannot tell the difference between 1080p and 720p is utterly rediculous
i can quite clearly see the difference between 1080p and 720p on my xbox360 via hdmi on a 32" 720P tv and a 37" 1080p tv.
Even on a 15" pc monitor its virtually impossible NOT to see any difference bewteen 1024x768 and 1280x1024 for example
I can never understand how peoiple claim you need a tv the size of the gable end of a house to tell the difference - its bloody obvious with a proper hd source such as a pc or xbox360
#12
its for standard definition and he also has a xbox 360 (and he's 72) lol
#13
yok0ross
a 720p tv cannot display 1080i
it supports it which means it downscales it

and to suggest the human eye cannot tell the difference between 1080p and 720p is utterly rediculous
i can quite clearly see the difference between 1080p and 720p on my xbox360 via hdmi on a 32" 720P tv and a 37" 1080p tv.


Then your either not Human or your sitting too close square eyes :p

And it de-interlaces not downscales. :-D
#15
Thanks it does look quite nice for the money

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