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Help with a HDTV purchase (yes another thread, im sorry)

rockatin Avatar
9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
Too be honest not much of a budget im really just looking for a cheap and cheerful one,

alot of talk has been about the hanspree from ebuyer for 300 quid,

any comments on that? or is there a better spec one out for a little more money?

Any help would be great

Thanks for your time :thumbsup:
rockatin Avatar
9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
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#1
why is everyone so reluctent to give advise these days lol
#2
Go with the hanspree one, you shouldn;t be disappointed, it might be a Samsung panel but do not hold me to that, you should be happy with it hopefully.
#3
schizoboy
Go with the hanspree one, you shouldn;t be disappointed, it might be a Samsung panel but do not hold me to that, you should be happy with it hopefully.


i would second that , everyone who owns these , are stated for the price you can't go wrong.
#4
sim11
i would second that , everyone who owns these , are stated for the price you can't go wrong.



Thanks guys, ive heard so many good things about this tv, 300 seems a bargain
[helper]#5
You could look through the 1500 posts here
http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=457400
Most appear to be happy but like any LCD tv (including the top of the range brand names) it does have its reported problems. I think the vga port was a problem on one of the models. But there are some very picky people on the avforums....

In that sort of price range the other ones to think about are the AOC, Elonnex, Mirai or Orion.

Its a very difficult choice.
#6
gari189
You could look through the 1500 posts here
http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=457400
Most appear to be happy but like any LCD tv (including the top of the range brand names) it does have its reported problems. I think the vga port was a problem on one of the models. But there are some very picky people on the avforums....

In that sort of price range the other ones to think about are the AOC, Elonnex, Mirai or Orion.

Its a very difficult choice.



Thanks Gari, i know it is a very hard choice, you dont wanna spend 300 quid on the wrong one now do you. might plunge for the hanspree but will take a look at that link first, thanks everyone will be leaving some rep
[helper]#7
The Hannspree does come with 2 years warranty and on balance feedback is good - just make sure you are able to return it if you are unhappy with it....

Good luck
#8
gari189
The Hannspree does come with 2 years warranty and on balance feedback is good - just make sure you are able to return it if you are unhappy with it....

Good luck



Thanks very much gari just signed up to avforums as well.

put you as the referer, whats all that about?
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rockatin
Thanks very much gari just signed up to avforums as well.

put you as the referer, whats all that about?


Must be new. When I joined - which was only in August - I don't remember seeing anything about referers.....

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