Ebuyer Hannspree SJ25DMAB 25 inch LCD TV Full HD - 2 yr warranty £169.99 - HotUKDeals
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Seems a good price for a decent size tv with a decent spec which also comes with a 2 year warranty.

Plenty left in stock at time of posting

Hannspree SJ25DMAB 25" LCD Freeview Full HD 1920x1080 300cd/m2 800:1 2ms HDMI Scart Black 2 Year Warranty

The new SJ model replaces the ST model which is now end of life.

The stylish and minimalist SJ Series of Full HD LCD HDTVs takes your audio-visual experience to a level in clarity and smoothness by upgrading all video to 1080p high definition. Designed to enhance contemporary surroundings, the SJ25MAB radiate excusive quality. Equipped with between 2 HDMI ports to deliver the best HD image quality from the latest HDMI equipped devices such as; Blu-Ray players, games consoles and HD camcorders, and boasting a 10-watt advanced audio system delivering a powerful stereo home studio experience, the Full HD SJ25DMAB is the 'piece de resistance' to any state-of-the-art home cinema setup.

Display/Features
•HDTV: Yes Full HD
•Screen: 25”
•Screen Type: 16.7 million Colours
•Resolution (Native): 1920 x 1080
•Aspect Ratio: 16:9
•Brightness: 300cd/m2
•Contrast Ratio: Contrast Ratio 800:1
•Response time: 2ms
•Viewing Angle: 170° (Horizontal - Max) x 160° (Vertical - Max)
•Should you wish to alter the Hannspree backlight please go to the user manual under the OSD section reference Backlight and it will explain how to adjust.

Sound

•Audio Capabilities: Built-in speakers
•Speakers: 2 x 10W
•Interfaces/Ports
•HDMI Ports: 2 x HDMI
•VGA In: 1 x 15-pin D-sub
•SCART Ports: 1 x SCART
•Video Component In: 1 x Component (YPbPr)
•Video Composite In: 1 x Composite

Compliance

•Certifications: CB / CE / Nemko Bauart / Gost - R / WEEE / RoHS / Energystar 3.0
•Electrical
•Power Consumption Operating: 65w
•Power Consumption Standby/Sleep: 1W

Physical

•Case Colour: Black
•Security Locking Mechanics: Kensington Lock Slot
•Dimensions: 60.52cm (W) x 15.6cm (D) x 44.25cm (H)
•Weight: 7.62kg
•Wall mountable
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#1
Thank you so much for posting this, it's exactly what I've been waiting for.
#2
Excellent price, thanks!
#3
Price on this seems to go up and down, I bought it last month for the same price and it's tucked away for Santa to deliver at Xmas for the eldest as a gaming monitor.
Excellent reviews and an amazing spec for the price.
#4
Is this good as a monitor?
#5
I used a hannspree 28" tv as a monitor - it wasn't pin-sharp (even via hdmi)... great tv, possibly no good for computer use... I carried on using it for 6+ months, always did annoy me.
#6
Thank you for the post ...ordered
269 in stock when started ordering - 134 when order completed - so going quickly
#7
Tempted but can't be long before freeview HD is standard in these TVs?
#8
I need to get a new TV around this size for christmas, I don't know why, but try as I might I just can't seem to bring myself to consider purchasing one of these for £100 less than a Samsung, etc.
#9
very cheap indeed
#10
that is a bargain!! great find!
#11
I bought one a few weeks back for the same price. Great little set for the money as 26" TVs seem to be almost the same price as 32" TVs! Any decent brand 26" TV is seemingly always another £80 - although there's a 26" Panasonic at Dixons here for £229 - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-viera-l26c20b-lcd-26-tv-2/810084. Only 720p but I'm sure the picture would be better in a lot of respects.

Only issue is I can't seem to use the X-Contrast - nobody has been able to point me in the right direction to get this working unfortunately, it's always greyed out. The EPG is a bit rubbish too - it's small and scrolling through changes the channel, which is a 'feature' I find very annoying!

Edit: In addition to the extra inch, the Panasonic also has optical audio out and 40,000:1 contrast and you can watch from SD card I think, whereas the Hannspree just has a standard jack and of 800:1.

Edit 2: didn;t see this was the SJ, which has coaxial out, and also no X-Contrast, according to the Hannspree Site! - here's the spec from their site - http://www.hannspree.com/EU/EN/product_detail.aspx?id=55351&c=53875

Edited By: northlondon01 on Nov 26, 2010 17:02: adding info
banned#12
just got my son one for xmas thanks op x
#13
Viewing Angle: 170° (Horizontal - Max) x 160° (Vertical - Max)

does that mean this is a tn film pc monitor posing as a proper lcd tv ?
#14
good stuff - will consider buying
#15
Direct replacement for the model which has been posted on here numerous times over the last 6 months, and was down as low as £150 via ebuyers ebay outlet.
"The new SJ model replaces the ST model which is now end of life."

I bought that primarily for use as a monitor, for which it is useless. Looks ok for gaming, but in Windows text is blurry and not at all sharp. I'm at 1080p resolution using HDMI and the standard picture doesn't even fill the screen. Switching to overscan makes the text even less clear...
#16
C64
Viewing Angle: 170° (Horizontal - Max) x 160° (Vertical - Max)does that mean this is a tn film pc monitor posing as a proper lcd tv ?

HannStar 25" 2ms TN panel

The panel actually measures 24.5" btw.

Edited By: bill888 on Nov 27, 2010 18:39: Added more information
#17
I'm in the market for a telly this size and around this price so am tempted but also like the look of this
Kogan 24" Full HD LED TV but have never heard of them or Hannspree before.

Also had my eye on this ACER 23" Full HD

Still not sure which but will have to decide soon as Santa is getting restless!!




Edited By: gordon060367 on Nov 26, 2010 17:31: Problem Inserting Links
#18
gordon060367
I'm in the market for a telly this size and around this price so am tempted but also like the look of thisKogan 24" Full HD LED TV but have never heard of them or Hannspree before.Also had my eye on this [url=ACER 23" Full HD]ACER 23" Full HD[/url]Still not sure which but will have to decide soon as Santa is getting restless!!

The Kogan looks ok but I don't like the look of the website, I have had no problems with ebuyer in the past.

The Acer is also 2 inches smaller and the refresh rate for gaming at 5ms is not as good as 2ms for the Hanspree. Both of the other tv's only come with a 1 year warranty whereas the Hanspree comes with a 2 year warranty.

I ordered the Hanspree tv for my sons birthday last week and have to say his xbox games on this tv look stunning


Edited By: maddoguk34 on Nov 26, 2010 18:31: Another spelling
#19
I wonder if the viewing angle would be okay from below? I'm gonna have it on a drawer so it would be above eye level.
#20
mhudge
Thank you for the post ...ordered
269 in stock when started ordering - 134 when order completed - so going quickly


They've added loads more. It's a 467 now.

Just ordered :D I missed out last time. £170 is still rather good for this size, spec and 2 year guarantee. Thanks

Edited By: bman on Nov 26, 2010 18:39
#21
just ordered cheers :)
#22
cokeman123
I used a hannspree 28" tv as a monitor - it wasn't pin-sharp (even via hdmi)... great tv, possibly no good for computer use... I carried on using it for 6+ months, always did annoy me.

This is the problem of using some models of TVs as a monitor. Picture processing that manipulates the pixels are NOT suitable for PC work, although they can smoothen edges in video. You wouldn't want extra pixels appearing or disappearing while working on Photoshop, for example.

Many TVs do have the option to turn off picture processing though (such as via use of game mode).
#23
Can someone help me out, I see this as a GREAT deal but I want to spend £200 on a flatscreen, should I just wait till january sales or something because I'm always hearing about brilliant deals in previous years!? I want a TV just for gaming aswell, this will be the first TV I'm buying for myself :')
#24
Just bought 2 of these as Christmas presents for the kids... xbox in full HD and built in freeview, will certainly beat the 14" portable my youngest son currently has :P
#25
NoBarry
Can someone help me out, I see this as a GREAT deal but I want to spend £200 on a flatscreen, should I just wait till january sales or something because I'm always hearing about brilliant deals in previous years!? I want a TV just for gaming aswell, this will be the first TV I'm buying for myself :')


TV deals come thick and fast over the Christmas period but nobody can predict (a) when exactly they will come (you might miss out) (b) whether a better deal will come later i.e the old argument of whether you should 'wait now buy later'

In my opinion if you see a good deal just grab it. You'll pull your hair out over deals and specs and that in itself is worth a few quid of your time.

For a gaming TV I'd go for a min of 32". That size TV also has the best deals and prices so it shouldn't be too hard to find something. I remember getting a 26" for gaming and it was just too small, despite sitting a few feet away. Budget for speakers if you dont have any, as they will be useless on an LCD.
#26
bman
NoBarry
Can someone help me out, I see this as a GREAT deal but I want to spend £200 on a flatscreen, should I just wait till january sales or something because I'm always hearing about brilliant deals in previous years!? I want a TV just for gaming aswell, this will be the first TV I'm buying for myself :')


TV deals come thick and fast over the Christmas period but nobody can predict (a) when exactly they will come (you might miss out) (b) whether a better deal will come later i.e the old argument of whether you should 'wait now buy later'

In my opinion if you see a good deal just grab it. You'll pull your hair out over deals and specs and that in itself is worth a few quid of your time.

For a gaming TV I'd go for a min of 32". That size TV also has the best deals and prices so it shouldn't be too hard to find something. I remember getting a 26" for gaming and it was just too small, despite sitting a few feet away. Budget for speakers if you dont have any, as they will be useless on an LCD.


Cheers for getting back to me! Yeah I thought 26" was too small as well so I found another deal for Toshiba 32" for £213 and seemed like such a good price but that's only if quidco works for me with cashback. As it's my first time using quidco, I'm just unsure if it'll work or not...
#27
Got mine today, missed out on the ebay outlet deal.
Seems a cracker for the bedroom, just put the 360 on and got flashbanged with the new dashboard though lol
Settings time, pants!
Still the sound seems good too, im happy so far!
#28
MattyPlant
Got mine today, missed out on the ebay outlet deal.
Seems a cracker for the bedroom, just put the 360 on and got flashbanged with the new dashboard though lol
Settings time, pants!
Still the sound seems good too, im happy so far!

Wish I paid for the delivery, want it now!
#29
Got mine today, really pleased with it except for one thing, the power connector only just fits in, slight movement of the cable and it 'crackles' and turns itself off.
Before I send it back has anybody else had this problem? If it's a common fault then I wont be getting another, cant be doing with the hassle.
#30
steadyeddie
Got mine today, really pleased with it except for one thing, the power connector only just fits in, slight movement of the cable and it 'crackles' and turns itself off.Before I send it back has anybody else had this problem? If it's a common fault then I wont be getting another, cant be doing with the hassle.

No problem with mine Steadyeddie, the tv is perfect for me.
#31
steadyeddie
Got mine today, really pleased with it except for one thing, the power connector only just fits in, slight movement of the cable and it 'crackles' and turns itself off.
Before I send it back has anybody else had this problem? If it's a common fault then I wont be getting another, cant be doing with the hassle.


All good too here mate. Just make sure its firmly in before getting too excited lol!
#32
Got mine today, looks great :)
#33
steadyeddie
Got mine today, really pleased with it except for one thing, the power connector only just fits in, slight movement of the cable and it 'crackles' and turns itself off.
Before I send it back has anybody else had this problem? If it's a common fault then I wont be getting another, cant be doing with the hassle.


I had this and then went and gave it a good push. It fits snugly now. No issues here.

The TV looks pretty good. Freeview looks as pixelated as on the next LCD (terrible on SD!!) lol I haven't tried high-def material but i'm quite pleased so far. Took me a while to get rid of subtitles, had to go all the way in the menu and scroll from English through 25 different languages to the 'Off' position. Out the box the colour settings are pretty awful.

How did you guys install the stand? It's quite wobbly but i dont think it's gonna tilt. There were no instructions I just pushed the TV into the base. And what's that plastic security thing band for?


Edited By: bman on Dec 03, 2010 21:02
#34
I ordered from ebuyer but it's available for £150 including postage from ebay ebuyer outlet.

If this doesn't work i give up




Edited By: blueretro on Dec 06, 2010 22:25: numerous edits to get the link too work
#35
blueretro
I ordered from ebuyer but it's available for £150 including postage from ebay ebuyer outlet.

If this doesn't work i give up





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EDIT: Price from ebuyer on ebay is £139.99 with free delivery

Edited By: bhaisab on Dec 07, 2010 00:19: info
#36
how does the 2yr warranty work?

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