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32" HD Ready LCD-TV only £249.99 (5% less with Quidco)

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banned9y, 5m agoFound 9 years, 5 months ago
Hannspree XV32 32" LCD-TV
Jump into the HDTV age with this excellent 32" HD-ready LCD television. One of the best ways to enjoy a high-definition display. the Hannspree XV32 is equipped with noise reduction technology to enhance picture quality to an impressive state. With HDMI connectivity, you're ready to hook up with your HD set-top box, games console, HD-DVD or Blu-Ray DVD player. Sounding great wherever it is placed, the simulated surround sound provides an immersive experience for your favourite shows.

- HD Ready
- 8ms response rate
- 1366x768 resolution
- 2yr warranty
- HDMI and VGA sockets

Dont forget 5% quidco
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#1
Got to admit that is a cracking deal if you are not a brand snob.

I might have gone for this had i not just recently bought a Toshiba 37" for £649
#2
thats a bonkers price :thumbsup:
#3
I have the older JT version of this TV and it cost me £360 a few months ago, its well worth it!
#4
A bargain.
#5
Image Contrast Ratio 750:1

not brilliant but for that price who cares
#6
Should I get this or an LG 22" one? Please bear in mind I don't even know if a 32" will fit that well and a 24" was all I was looking at getting really.
#7
Dont forget 5% quidco :)
#8
blizeH
Should I get this or an LG 22" one? Please bear in mind I don't even know if a 32" will fit that well and a 24" was all I was looking at getting really.


24" is a letter box.

Have you seen a 24" widescreen?
#9
Oh, nope. Well 23", 22", 26" or whatever it is, sorry :-)

I'm in no real rush for it but would like a quality TV basically, really can't decide whether to go with this or another smaller (but 'better') one
#10
Fantastic price. Voted hot hot hot!

And feedback given to get your rep going!

Although, do note that this price does not include postage, which at its cheapest is £9.50 + vat. (well, to my postcode at least - your mileage may vary).

Bringing the total to a still very respectable £261.16.

Minus quidco it becomes £248.10!
#11
top find.... very tempted.
#12
Guys! I can't decide, what do you reckon? :D
#13
thekanester
Fantastic price. Voted hot hot hot!

And feedback given to get your rep going!


certainly deserves a bit of rep for that....
1 Like #14
blizeH
Guys! I can't decide, what do you reckon? :D


go for it!!!!!:thumbsup:
1 Like #15
blizeH
Guys! I can't decide, what do you reckon? :D


It's around £50-£80 cheaper than anywhere else, I'd go for it.
#16
Wow great price. Makes you wonder how much they must make it for?
1 Like #17
blizeH
Guys! I can't decide, what do you reckon? :D



Has quite good eports on AV forums and you are not likely to get a smaller/better TV for this price anyway.

I was looking at this a month or 2 ago but went for a 37inch Toshiba instead - which is probably a waste of money as the wife just uses it in the bedroom LOL

I'd go for this one

HTH

CS
#18
Tis a hot deal.
#19
God damn it. Do I cancel my order and get that 22" LG?! arggghhh
#20
ive got AOC LCDs (27" & 32") which I guess are very simular to the handspree ones. I am over the moon with them and they cost £262 & £335! The ratio on them is 1200:1 which to be honest I dont know how much better than 750:1 it is (other than 450 before a smart ass says it)

I would personally say that if you are looking to pay this much then this must be the best/only only 32" under £300
#21
just ordered one cant really leave it on the shelf for that price
who cares about ratio and all that **** its £250 for gods sake
#22
What will these things be like for SD signals?
#23
Does anyone know if this has component inputs (for a xbox 360) great spot by the way!!!
#24
Yes it's a great price, but its not digital, so in a few years it'll be useless,

Good, but not without a compromise
#25
nice price

any reviews on this set anywhere??
#26
it wont be useless if you buy a digital box for it
#27
tekhieboy
Yes it's a great price, but its not digital, so in a few years it'll be useless,

Good, but not without a compromise



What do you mean tekhieboy?
#28
tekhieboy
Yes it's a great price, but its not digital, so in a few years it'll be useless,

Good, but not without a compromise


A freeview box, sky box or virgin media box easily solves this problem, which will of course all be the size of matchboxes in two years time (before anyone says but what about the x cm extra space!) Great deal!
#29
Just gone for this with Saturday delivery. Lets see if it arrives tomorrow. If it does, Ill report back! Thanks OP.
#30
jagermeister
just ordered one cant really leave it on the shelf for that price
who cares about ratio and all that **** its £250 for gods sake
:thumbsup: This is the comment that made me go and order one. £265 total, minus quidco, minus VAT minus 25% tax I'll save as I brought it through my business wortks out around £170 out of my pocket. Nice (if my sums aren't right I don't care so don't correct me!):oops:
#31
kobirulali
What do you mean tekhieboy?


Ignore it mate... its nonsense to say it will be useless in a few years cos its not digital....
#32
ben_edwards2612
A freeview box, sky box or virgin media box easily solves this problem, which will of course all be the size of matchboxes in two years time (before anyone says but what about the x cm extra space!) Great deal!
Thank you for clearing up that bombshell. Had me panaking for a second. Who's going to buy a LCD and not have a digi box in two years time:roll: :roll:
#33
morpheus
Ignore it mate... its nonsense to say it will be useless in a few years cos its not digital....


Quite right, in fact, the fact it has one less feature bundled into the tv means its less likely to break :-D
#34
jagermeister
just ordered one cant really leave it on the shelf for that price
who cares about ratio and all that **** its £250 for gods sake


You might care when you see how washed out the pic might be:?
#35
I can't seem to get the £250 price. Best I can juggle is £261.16 even using the cheapest delivery method.
Is there a free delivery voucher somewhere?
#36
No, the op forgot to add delivery, but using quidco brings it down to around 250
#37
pedroman
You might care when you see how washed out the pic might be:?


There's always one ^^
#38
Gonna cancel my order now :(

*waits for the price of the LG to drop*
#39
Any reviews of this anywhere?
1 Like #40
blizeH
Guys! I can't decide, what do you reckon? :D


Don't make a hasty decision just because something is cheap...I got a 32" lcd for my girlfriend(ex) last year and it is pretty crap - it keeps flickering. She doesn't mind it though.

I've never been disappointed after spending a bit more on a quality product, unlike my foolish flatmate who always buys cheap stuff and it never lasts...

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