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32" Hannspree Xv YT07-32E1 LCD 720p HD Ready TV at IT247.Com now just £288.16 Delivered!

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This 32" Hannspree Xv YT07-32E1 LCD HD Ready TV at IT247.Com is just £299.99 including delivery... Features * Diagonal Size 32" Widescreen * Weight 21.8 kg * HD ready * Resolution 1366 x 768 * Disp… Read More
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This 32" Hannspree Xv YT07-32E1 LCD HD Ready TV at IT247.Com is just £299.99 including delivery...

Features * Diagonal Size 32" Widescreen * Weight 21.8 kg * HD ready * Resolution 1366 x 768 * Display Format 720p * PC Interface VGA (HD-15), HDMI * TFT active matrix * Progressive Scan * Image Aspect Ratio 16:9 * TV Tuner 1x analogue/digital combo * Picture-in-picture (PIP) * picture-on-picture (POP) * On-screen menu * Stereo speakers * Remote control - infrared
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#1
Introducing HANNspree Xv Series HDTVs. Finished in high gloss black trim, incorporating HDMI technology and other advanced features like the ATSC tuner and simulated surround sound, HANNspree Xv TVs look and sound great in every room.
#2
http://geizhals.at/img/pix/232300.jpg
#3
Does this have freeview built in?

and does it do 1080i ?

cant find much information on it.
1 Like #5
vtailor
Does this have freeview built in?

and does it do 1080i ?

cant find much information on it.


no freeview and yes it can do 1080i. I have the older version of this, its very good for the money!
#6
ihave this exact Tv, gr8 tv for the price, but picture qualiy is worse than my last tv, but wat do you expect for the price.
suspended#7
wots the diff btw PoP and PiP?

what HDMI will it use?

finally wots the contrast ratio?

HD ready means it can do 1080i, 720i, 720p and everyhing below that - tho it may be upscaled badly so look rubbish
#8
Weight 21.8 kg
Product Type 32" LCD TV
TV Tuner 1x analogue/digital combo
[COLOR="Red"]PC Interface VGA (HD-15), HDMI[/COLOR]
Digital Television Certification HD ready
Power
Power Device Power supply - internal
Voltage Required AC 120/230 V
Power Consumption Operational 200 Watt
Display
Technology TFT active matrix
Features On-screen menu
Diagonal Size 32" - widescreen
[COLOR="Red"]Image Aspect Ratio 16:9[/COLOR]
Colour Depth 24-bit (16.7 million colours)
[COLOR="Red"]Image Contrast Ratio 1000:1[/COLOR]
Display Format 720p
Resolution 1366 x 768
Viewing Angle 170 degrees
Brightness 550 cd/m2
Widescreen Modes Full, Zoom, Panorama
Colour Temperature Control Yes
Display Menu Language English, German, French, Italian, Spanish
Comb Filter 2D digital
Pixel Response Time 8 ms
Viewing Angle (Vertical) 170 degrees
Progressive Scan Progressive scanning (line doubling)
Connections
C[COLOR="Red"]onnector Type 1 x composite video input ( RCA phono ), 1 x S-Video input ( 4 PIN mini-DIN ), 1 x component video input ( RCA phono x 3 ), 1 x HDMI input ( 19 pin HDMI Type A ), 2 x SCART ( 21 PIN SCART ), 1 x VGA input ( 15 PIN HD D-Sub (HD-15) ), 2 x audio line-in, 1 x audio line-in ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm ), 1 x headphones, 1 x audio line-out[/COLOR]
Audio System
Sound Output Mode Stereo
Speaker(s) 2 x right/left channel speaker - 10 Watt
Output Power / Total 20 Watt
Speakers Included 2 speakers
Remote Control
Type Remote control - infrared
Video Features
Teletext Yes
Teletext Memory 252 pages
HD Ready Yes
TV Tuner
Multi-channel Preview Picture-in-picture (PIP), picture-on-picture (POP)
[COLOR="Red"]Analogue TV Tuner PAL, SECAM[/COLOR]
Dimensions & Weight Details
Dimensions & Weight Details TV set - 21.8 kg
#9
Not so good review here.
#10
vtailor
Does this have freeview built in?

and does it do 1080i ?

cant find much information on it.

http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=457400&highlight=YT07-32E1

try that thread?
#12
RedOnRed
Not so good review here.

that's the older model I think mate....
#13
voted hot
#14
bellamy_47
that's the older model I think mate....


Maybe, but the review is still for a Hannspree Xv with pretty much identical spec.
#15
RedOnRed
Maybe, but the review is still for a Hannspree Xv with pretty much identical spec.

been reading up on avforums, seems to be a lot better than the old one. I think it's a great price for a second / bedroom set.
#16
bellamy_47
been reading up on avforums, seems to be a lot better than the old one. I think it's a great price for a second / bedroom set.


A lot of people that pay peanuts for these budget TV's seem to declare how happy they are with them. I can't help wondering whether there's a slight case of being determined to like them and saving face.

All I know is that when I go into TV showrooms there's a striking difference between the cheapo ones and the premium brands and professional reviews seem to reflect that too.
#17
RedOnRed
A lot of people that pay peanuts for these budget TV's seem to declare how happy they are with them. I can't help wondering whether there's a slight case of being determined to like them and saving face.

All I know is that when I go into TV showrooms there's a striking difference between the cheapo ones and the premium brands and professional reviews seem to reflect that too.

not disagreeing with you mate, wouldn't put it in my lounge. but as a pc monitor and bedroom tv... I may just buy one.
#18
bellamy_47
not disagreeing with you mate, wouldn't put it in my lounge. but as a pc monitor and bedroom tv... I may just buy one.


Lol, are you sure a 32" TV is the ideal size for a PC monitor? You'd be looking all over the place like you were in the front row at the cinema.:-D
#19
RedOnRed
Lol, are you sure a 32" TV is the ideal size for a PC monitor? You'd be looking all over the place like you were in the front row at the cinema.:-D

wireless mouse/ keyboard :thumbsup: sit on the bed a few feet away propped up, lazy surfing :-D will still have my normal monitor for working at the desk.
#20
I'm tempted to get this for my bedroom actually, the signal is already pretty naff in here anyway (not got Sky in here yet, argh!) and I want an LCD purely for cosmetic reasons (my CRT looks naff) so this one doesn't look too bad a proposition! ;o
#21
U see my original idea was to pick up a 20" Aoc one, then i was tempted to pay a bit extra for the 22" Lg ones and now im considering the extra £50 for 32 " my god i need to stop myself!
#22
RedOnRed
A lot of people that pay peanuts for these budget TV's seem to declare how happy they are with them. I can't help wondering whether there's a slight case of being determined to like them and saving face.

All I know is that when I go into TV showrooms there's a striking difference between the cheapo ones and the premium brands and professional reviews seem to reflect that too.


Works both ways I suppose because when I go into Electrical Showrooms I sometimes wonder why somebody would pay double the price for a branded LCD that quite frankly doesn't look any better than the "cheapie" brands and on most occasions looks quite a bit worse, although of course a lot of these showrooms don't exactly show their product in its best setup.
If I had an Xbox 360 this TV would be my first port of call as it does look pretty impressive, but will stick to my trusty CRT until the 360 urge finally gets the better of me.
#23
Pop displays two different sources side by side it splits the screen in half

so you could have for example something from hdmi on one side of the screen and something from the standard tv signal on the other side

Pip allows you to watch two seperate things as well however it puts the second image in a small window that you can move around the screen



benwoodcock
wots the diff btw PoP and PiP?

what HDMI will it use?

finally wots the contrast ratio?

HD ready means it can do 1080i, 720i, 720p and everyhing below that - tho it may be upscaled badly so look rubbish
#24
crofter
If I had an Xbox 360 this TV would be my first port of call as it does look pretty impressive, but will stick to my trusty CRT until the 360 urge finally gets the better of me.


The same here, although I am tempted to get a new Sky HD box as there is quite a lot on Sky HD now. Enough to possibly justify getting an HDTV to replace a CRT.
#25
Ordered one of these yesterday and they've not got back to me and told me that delivery will be on July 2nd! Thats 2 and a half weeks wait for delivery. Useless *******s..
#26
Illum
Ordered one of these yesterday and they've not got back to me and told me that delivery will be on July 2nd! Thats 2 and a half weeks wait for delivery. Useless *******s..



Tell them to stick it where the sun don't shine.
#28
on the features box is says TV Tuner 1x analogue/digital combo
are people sure it is only analogue and does not have freeview?
#29
i've ordered one and hope to ******y it is freeview since the description of the tuner on the website says its a digital tuner!

ATSC tuner = Digital/Analog combo?
#30
what happened to the one for £249.99 at misco.??????
#31
insideman
what happened to the one for £249.99 at misco.??????


That was refurbished and there wasn't many in stock.
#33
This looks like the older E1 model, the newer and much better E2 is available for cheaper at Ebuyer (ignore the incorrect specs on ebuyer, check Hanspree www for correct 1200.1 / 2 x HDMI, etc).
#34


Nice one.
#35


Spec and image show his is a different model, a YT-32E1, slightly better than the JT01-32E1 listed here, but not as good the new JT01-32E2 available from Ebuyer or Intekx.
http://www.hannspree.com/eu/en/
#36
WARNING about Intekx & the 32" Hannspree model:

[ http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?p=4996265 ]

BFN,

fp.
#37
Now £288.16 delivered!
#38
orderd from it247 and they said 48hr delivery still waiting delivery rung them really unhelpful then they said only 4 day delivery asked to cancel they can only put in a request :-( not good customer service
#39
babylon
orderd from it247 and they said 48hr delivery still waiting delivery rung them really unhelpful then they said only 4 day delivery asked to cancel they can only put in a request :-( not good customer service


Was the "48hr delivery" stated prior to ordering?

If so, then you entered into a contract for the goods to be supplied within the quoted duration.

Now the contract to supply has been broken you are entitled to a full refund.

Ring/write to them (again) & ask to speak to a Manager as you wish to quote their name to your local trading standards office.

That may get a result (either a delivered item, or a refund).

Good luck.

BFN,

fp.
#40
now it has said since it was listed that only available on a four and seven day delivery..... must say this for a reason....

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