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37" Hanspree LCD TV with built in Freeview - £399.99!!

£399.99 @ Misco
Just picked up one of these, my mate has one and they're crystal clear. £399.99 for a 37" LCD with Freeview is by far the cheapest I've seen yet! Specs are: Specifications Product Description Han…
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Just picked up one of these, my mate has one and they're crystal clear. £399.99 for a 37" LCD with Freeview is by far the cheapest I've seen yet! Specs are:

Specifications
Product Description Hannspree 37" Xv37 Freeview Television
Diagonal Size 37"
Colour Black & Silver
Device Type LCD TV - Colour
Max Resolution 1366 x 768 WXGA
Built-in Devices 2 x 10 Watt Stereo Speakers
Tv Tuner Input 1x Analog, 1x Digital
HDMI Input 2x (480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i)
Connections 1 x VGA, 2 x SCART, 1 x PC Audio, 1 x S-Video Audio, 1 x Composite Audio, 1 x Component Audio, 2 x HDMI/DVI Audio, 1 x Analog Audio Output, 1 x Digital/Optical Audio Output (for DVB-T Only )
Response Time 8 ms
Image Brightness 500 cd/m2
Image Contrast Ratio 1000:1
Display 16.7 million colours
Viewing Angle 176°/176°
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Dimensions 960 mm x 730 mm x 280 mm
Weight 31 kg
Manufacturer Warranty 2 Year Collect and Return
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#1
great price for a good tv, paid 330 for the 32 inch version and was worth every penny
#2
I have had this TV for about 6 months now, bought it for £370.

Only criticism I have is that it doesn't have a headphones out socket, but the other connections are good.

Great working with a pc, sky+. Only use the freeview occasionally, it's ok :)
[mod]#3
I have the 32" version (bought for £299 all in!!).
Do not buy this brand if you have Virgin as I had trouble with sound and I had also heard that others also experienced the same.
#4
I bought this about two weeks ago for £375 from intekx.

Freeview is a bit basic, but I only bought it to hook up to my consoles - it's excellent.
#5
Sunni
I bought this about two weeks ago for £375 from intekx.

Freeview is a bit basic, but I only bought it to hook up to my consoles - it's excellent.


When you say it's "a bit basic" what do you mean? Not tried out the Freeview yet....?
#6
n64play
When you say it's "a bit basic" what do you mean? Not tried out the Freeview yet....?


The onscreen display for the freeview could be better, it's a bit graphically "rough" looking, and it's a bit slow to respond when you're scrolling through the EPG. But it does the job, and as mentioned, I don't use it.
#7
For £52 more you could get a 1080p Samsung 37" from empire direct yesterday.Hmm which is the better deal?
#8
Lanse
For £52 more you could get a 1080p Samsung 37" from empire direct yesterday.Hmm which is the better deal?


Thing is there are only 3 companies that actually make the panels I believe - Samsung, Sony and LG. So even though you're buying a brand that's not well known, you're getting one of those screens. Prob not a Sony I'll admit, but you're getting something decent. It's just the rest of the kit that's running the panel thats manufacturer specific....
#9
No,don,t get me wrong I think this is quite a reasonable buy,the Sammy has gone back up in price now.
#10
Lanse
No,don,t get me wrong I think this is quite a reasonable buy,the Sammy has gone back up in price now.


Can I have some heat then? :-D Sorry, cheeky I know lol.
#11
You get what you pay for. I have a 32" one of these for use in kitchen and its ok fot use there , but I would not use it as my main tv to watch a film or sport. Paid £550 for a panasonic 37" plasma massive differnce in picture quality especiallly for sport or fast moving pictures.
#12
Brad
You get what you pay for. I have a 32" one of these for use in kitchen and its ok fot use there , but I would not use it as my main tv to watch a film or sport. Paid £550 for a panasonic 37" plasma massive differnce in picture quality especiallly for sport or fast moving pictures.


I've watched a movie on it (using an HDMI cable) and I couldn't fault it. Maybe there's a diff in the 32" and 37"?
#13
Am intrigued, which 1080p Sammy was £450?
#14
Le37m86bdx

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