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Aoc 32" lcd tv or Hanspree 32" lcd tv?

abacus Avatar
9y, 9m agoPosted 9 years, 9 months ago
Hi can somebody help me decide between these 2 tv's i will give the specifications below for both tv's.

[U AOC 32"LCD


LCD-Panel

Screen 32” LCD Panel

Visible screen size (cm) 81

Screen format 16:9

HD READY Yes

Screen

Brightness (cd/m2) 500

Contrast ratio 1200:1

Resolution (pixels) 1366 x 768, WXGA

Display area (mm) 709 x 399

Pixel pitch (mm) 0.519 x 0.519

Viewing angle (H/V) 176°/176°

Response time (msec) 6.5 (grey to grey)

Lamp life (hrs) 60,000

Display colours 16.7 million

Colour temperature (Kelven) 6500/9300

Reception

Digital tuner (DVB-T) No

Multi-standard tuner (Analogue) Yes

Auto set-up Yes

Number of channels (Analogue) 125

Multistandard tuner PAL, SECAM

NTSC video playback Yes

Interactive Features

Fastext Yes

Text page memory (pages) 1000

Digital text No

EPG No

Sound

Audio output (RMS) 2 x 10W

Nicam stereo/A2 Yes

SRS high fidelity sound Yes

Connections

SCART 2

AV input 1

S-video 1

Side AV, S-video input No

HDMI (HDCP) 1

Component video, YPbPr 1

Headphone output 1

Audio stereo output 1

S/PDIF RCA digital output No

D-sub, PC compatible 1

DVI No

Mini-jack stereo audio input 1

Other features

PIP Yes

POP Yes

PC Input (Recommended) [email protected]

Parent lock Yes

Sleep timer Yes

OSD Languages English/German/French/Italian/Spanish/
Dutch/Pollish/Finnish/Swedish

Wall mountable Yes

Mounting hole spacing, H x V (mm) (200 + 200)x 200

VESA mounting interface standard MIS-F, 400, 200, 6

Accessories Remote Controller, Batteries (x2), AC Power Cord, Operation Manual

Dimensions

Width (mm) 810

Height with/without stand (mm) 615 / 603

Depth with/without stand (mm) 300 / 152

Weight with Stand (kg) 21

Power

Power Supply AC100V~240V, 50/60Hz

Power consumption (W) typical <180

Container loading quantity

40'/20' (units) with pallet 252 / 117

HANNSPREE 32" LCD



Hannspree 32" XV32 HD Ready LCD Television

My Style, My TV

Introducing HANNspree Xv Series of 32" HDTV sets. Finished in a high gloss black trim, incorporating HDMI™ technology and other advanced features such as simulated surround sound, HANNspree Xv TVs look and sound great in every room. The HANNspree Xv big screen is perfect for sporting action, a true home cinema experience, vivid realism from documentaries or simply hook it up to your PC or game console for an immersive gaming fantasy. You get the picture. Versatility, connectivity, and performance set the HANNspree Xv apart. But HANNspree Xv's value puts it in a league of its own.




Features
Powerful Scaling and Zooming Engine
2D Comb Filter
De-interlace Image Enhancement
Colour Temperature Adjustment
Picture in Picture
OSD Function
IR Remote Control
Sleep Timer
Teletext Pages
Channel Return
Analogue Tuner


Specifications
Product Description Hannspree 32" XV32 HD Ready LCD Television
Diagonal Size 32"
Colour Black
Device Type LCD TV - Colour
Max Resolution 1366 x 768 WXGA
Built-in Devices 2 x 10 Watt Stereo Speakers
Interface HDMI
HD Resolution 1080i
Response Time 8 ms
Image Brightness 550 cd/m2
Image Contrast Ratio 1000:1
Display 16.7 million colours
Viewing Angle 170°/170°
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Manufacturer Warranty 2 Year Warranty
Dimensions 808 x 210 x 800 mm
Weight 21.8 kg


Any comments would be most welcome.
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abacus Avatar
9y, 9m agoPosted 9 years, 9 months ago
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Anyone!!
#2
If I couldn't choose from the spec and price I would see which I thought had the neater look :)
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[SIZE=2]Take a look at avforums.com. Do a search for both tv's and you'll find lots of opinions.[/SIZE]
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[SIZE=2]Johnnypanic[/SIZE]
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Cheers guys much appreciated :thumbsup:
#5
If you haven't seen the picture quality for yourself then put it off until you get the chance. Some LCD TVs in the budget end are pretty poor for colour accuracy and build quality is compromised during manufacture. Having been a seller of electrical thingies some time ago I always found that the lesser known brands were prone to having a higher failure rate.

Downsize to a 28" Sony or Philips in my opinion or save a little longer for the better brand. It'll pay dividends in the end. It'll be a sweeter looking bit of furniture too. Actually the new samsungs are in the running at the minute, the ones with the curvy stem-like pedestal base.

Don't buy too cheap!

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