Elonex 37" HD Ready LCD TV £299 delivered @ SVP - HotUKDeals
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HD ready Yes
Diagonal Screen 94 cm (37 ")
Brightness 500 cd/m ²
Contrast 1200:1
Resolution 1366 x 768 Pixel (720p)
Progressive Scan 16:9
Horizontal angle-shot 88°
Vertical angle-shot 88°
Response Time 8 ms
Storable Channels 100
Sleep-Timer Yes
Video Format PAL, SECAM
Speakers 2 x 10 W
Audio Format Virtual Dolby Surround
PC VGA D-Sub 15 Pin 15 D-SUB Pins?
HDMI 2x
Component Connectivity
No. Scart 2x
Interface RCA 1x
Speakers integrated
Consumption energy in use 270 W
Consumption energy <5 W Stand by
Measures Width: 93 cm, Height with pedestal: 74 cm Height without pedestal: 68 cm Depths: 13 cm
Weight 29,5 kg
nice bargain!!!
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#1
how long is the warranty?
#2
sounds like a gr8 deal:roll: heat added
#3
doh! cold as it's been @ 289 on bigpockets.co.uk for 2 weeks now....and bigpockets now own SVP
#4
Its not free p+p on bp .
#5
freeview?
#6
pet2000
freeview?


Google? :whistling:
#7
The contrast figure is really low by today's standards.
#8
Contrast is low, price is reasonable but I'm afraid there is some better deals out there. Going to add some snow from outside to this thread, sorry! :-D
#9
This is like the old samsungs, all the specs on paper but the product will be rubbish. You can get a low end 32" sony for that price now.. For a little more could get a bigger set.
#10
If you haven't actually seen this TV how can you judge it?

For a start, those of you talking about the contrast ratio have absolutely NO IDEA what you are talking about. Modern TV's all come with what they call a 'dynamic contrast ratio', and to be honest it's a number they pull out of a hat. Very few manufacturers actually state the true contrast ration as it doesn't sound anywhere near as appealing, but they do all have one. For instance, my brother recently bought a 42" Panny with 33,000:1 dynamic CR, but the true CR was only 1500:1, do you think anyone would buy it if they had stated the true CR? The same goes for EVERY brand that states a dynamic contrst ratio.

In actual fact, Elonex TV's are outstanding. I bought my dad the 32" version of this quite a while back for £330, and the picture quality is amazing on their HD box, and it also upscales SD very well.

At this price it's a steal.


Shock
This is like the old samsungs, all the specs on paper but the product will be rubbish. You can get a low end 32" sony for that price now.. For a little more could get a bigger set.

This is a 37", so what's your point?
As for it being rubbish, have you seen it?
I think you're ugly, but as I haven't actually seen you does my opinion mean anything?
#11
I've read elsewhere that these are rebranded hannspree sets and give great picture.

But I would like to lodge an official complaint about this thread. It's just wrong that no one has posted that this set isn't full hd yet. I am outraged :thumbsup:
#12
+1 jukkie

I bought the Hannspree Lounge 32" from Misco last month for my mother-in-law's Christmas. On that thread, similar points were brought up by the usual naysayers. I have a reasonable amount of experience with a wide variety of brands of LCD TVs and the Hannspree has a fantastic picture quality, with the best blacks I've seen on anything bar the higher-end Sony sets, and it's stated contrast ratio is actually very low.

It certainly helps to have actually seen the item before you make snap judgements and put other people off.

IMHO, that is.
#13
I bought one of these recently from UKDVDR and it is great. It is a re-badged Hannspree JT02 unit with the Hannspree logo still under the Elonex badge and the details in the service menu confirm the same screen etc.
The picture quality is really sharp with no motion blur and black shows very well compared to other cheap LCD tv;s Ive seen. I use SD sky and a SD DVD player and have no complaints at all. The picture on the website makes the TV look very grey when in fact in's piano black round the screen and the speaker part is black.

If you are after a budget 37" LCD tv I would highly recommend one of these.
#14
Is it me, or are those viewing angles incredibly poor?
#15
This seems like a pretty good deal, but I think I'd rather hold out for one of the £299 Sony bravias with a 5 year warranty that seem to be cropping up now and again (if anyone knows where to find one, please don't be shy!!) I think John Lewis had them in last time...
#16
Hi Guys

Not voted on this yet as bigpockets is doing this deal much cheaper

http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/product.php?product=ELONEX004

as for free P&P

its £303.48 with P&P

but add one of these

http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/product.php?product=BELKIN091&title=BELKIN+%2F+HP+Hi-Speed+USB+2.0+TetraHub+F5U232EA+

and the postage goes to £299.98

I know it works as I brought one a few days ago and it turned up the next morning.

I now have two of these one I brought when it was £299 and the last one when it was ££289.99.

The first one is my PC monitor (via vga cable supplied) - what can I say it works, the picture is great and even ran a dvd and some online vid through it and looks fine to me.

The 2nd which came a few days ago was for the playroom. I hooked up a onn (asda) dvd/divx/hdmi $24 job on it and the pic beats the sony 26" I have in my other room hands down. OK the sony is a older crt model but as a first HDMI TV - I am happy, the other half is happy and is the wee man.

Back to the main point hot or cold - not sure as the better deal is with bigpockets

but overall the TV works fine.

As to the other people who say the TV is old and rubbish - I guess if you have money buy a 32" for your £300 bucks - go ahead.

I seen a few 32" in currys and dixons before I made the punt, the wife said the 32" was small. Well enough said. I personally think the 5" makes all the difference.

I hope this helps someone.

cheers GF
#17
godzillafan


Not voted on this yet as bigpockets is doing this deal much cheaper

http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/product.php?product=ELONEX004


and the postage goes to £299.98



Seriously you are not going to vote because your much cheaper deal actually costs 98 pence more! :thinking:
#18
I have tried Googling the product number but I haven't seen confirmation anywhere that this has a Freeview tuner. Is it just assumed as standard now?
#19
newmann
Seriously you are not going to vote because your much cheaper deal actually costs 98 pence more! :thinking:


Hi Newmann

Thanks for the heads up - just an update I voted it hot afterwards but the BP deal I got a HP USB thingy thrown in with the deal. Already got two printers and other bits hooked on it.

Yip voted hot (well I pressed the red up button) hopefully it will show voted hot (still not sure how that works as everytime I do that nothing happens).

A good TV

cheers
#20
My friend has a 32" Elonex, and its really really rubbish. The blacks look grey, and the viewing angles are poor. Would seriously recommend going to see this in store before spending £300 on it.
#21
So many people say they are gonna hold out for a name brand as if that makes any difference, I've got a LG 50" plasma that I paid £1250 for just under 2 years ago which I would class as a named brand, But that hasn't stopped it from becoming infested with swarms of red dots that they have become famous for.

They are all as bad as each other now, The back end as fell out of electronics and they are all knocking this stuff out as cheap as they can, If a so called no brand like Hannspree can back there stuff up with a 3 year warranty then why can't the so called big boys, No big brand company is going to give you a 37" LCD for this sort of money, And with a three year warranty who gives a monkeys if it caves in on itself after 3 years, That is £100 a year, And if my LG goes pop soon like the forums say it should, then that will work out at £625 a year.

So from know on I'm gonna find the biggest and cheapest telly I can and stick a Pioneer badge on it, And just use it,abuse it and throw it when the cheap no brand 3 warrenty has run out.
#22
babylon
So many people say they are gonna hold out for a name brand as if that makes any difference, I've got a LG 50" plasma that I paid £1250 for just under 2 years ago which I would class as a named brand, But that hasn't stopped it from becoming infested with swarms of red dots that they have become famous for.

They are all as bad as each other now, The back end as fell out of electronics and they are all knocking this stuff out as cheap as they can, If a so called no brand like Hannspree can back there stuff up with a 3 year warranty then why can't the so called big boys, No big brand company is going to give you a 37" LCD for this sort of money, And with a three year warranty who gives a monkeys if it caves in on itself after 3 years, That is £100 a year, And if my LG goes pop soon like the forums say it should, then that will work out at £625 a year.

So from know on I'm gonna find the biggest and cheapest telly I can and stick a Pioneer badge on it, And just use it,abuse it and throw it when the cheap no brand 3 warrenty has run out.


Hear Hear

I am with you on this one.

I can expand this to most things as I visit factories in Asia to manufacture equipment for businesses. I have to say the big boys are just making silly money. As all the components for most or in fact nearly all items come from even larger factories where everyone goes to purchase (but no one knows their names).

I guess the best policy is - if you like it, happy with it, does the job and its fits your budget, buy one.

if its a brand name - great, if its the above - great.

Its lasts a few years, no one wants to repair it, so you get a new one. Brand or not they last a few years you get a new one.
#23
dink
Google? :whistling:


What I meant is there is no freeview. Power consumption is high. Not a good tv imo.
#24
pet2000
What I meant is there is no freeview. Power consumption is high. Not a good tv imo.


Ok thanks for that. I would have expected it to say one way or the other these days really.
#25
I think the people who are claiming that spending £300 is better than spending lots on a big name brand, need to pop into currys or something and look at 2 TV's side by side and see for themselves how bad the quality of cheap TVs really are.

That said, I'm still tempted to get this TV for the bedroom based on the price.
#26
godzillafan


I seen a few 32" in currys and dixons before I made the punt, the wife said the 32" was small. Well enough said. I personally think the 5" makes all the difference.

I hope this helps someone.

cheers GF


You also pay almost 3-times as much for electricity compared to a good 32" (depending on your viewing habits, this could work out a difference of more than £50 per year, not mention the heat which is generated especially during the summer months. Not such a bargain.)
#27
pet2000
You also pay almost 3-times as much for electricity compared to a good 32" (depending on your viewing habits, this could work out a difference of more than £50 per year, not mention the heat which is generated especially during the summer months. Not such a bargain.)


Note the issue

but if you watch as much as telly as we do - people will wonder why we even got a TV.

Only watch it when something is on. Usually the evenings and even that is limited as there was nothing on xmas, mind you 2009 might get some better TV to watch.

But I know the wee man watches his cartoons - but overall compared to the average family we are no where near the norm. Not watching soaps helps - how can people watch that rubbish.

Point noted but not too concerned as don't watch enough of it, but wanted a bigger TV.
#28
I think the people who are claiming that spending £300 is better than spending lots on a big name brand, need to pop into currys or something and look at 2 TV's side by side and see for themselves how bad the quality of cheap TVs really are.
I have herd hat kind of quote so many times that it's laughable, I think I am in the enviable position of not having a 50" Pioneer hanging on the wall next to my LG,

Don't get me wrong, I know what you are saying, When I was looking and checking the forums when picking my Plasma, I kept hearing don't touch Philips but my friend down the road has got a Philips which is older than mine and has got a picture way better than mine,But someone who supposedly knows what he is talking about says don't touch such and such and before you know it the forum bandwagon is on it's way,

I just wish he's Philips had a better picture than my no name brand 3 years warranted 37" LCD, than my named brand out of warranty going caput 22 month old 1250 Quid 50" LG Plasma.

So the long and short of it is, Don't hang a Pioneer next to your Hannspree and your have the best picture in the world.:thumbsup:
#29
i got the tosh 37cv505b out of richer sounds 15000/1 3 hdmi's very happy sound is super £399
little blur on naff broadcasts but on normal sky film4 etc its great and really good on xbox
also low power usage and full power down on standby! dunno how red light still on lol so not 100%
but backlights go off etc .. have a look http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=TOSH-37CV505B
#30
That power consumption does seem high for a lcd. My 42" panasonic plasma uses a lot less. LCDs generally use a bit less than plasma for the comparable screen size. I would guess the elonex would use less power than that unless it really does have a very bright, high contrast screen.
#31
kevyn
I think the people who are claiming that spending £300 is better than spending lots on a big name brand, need to pop into currys or something and look at 2 TV's side by side and see for themselves how bad the quality of cheap TVs really are. .


That's the thing, like I said in an earlier post, I bought my father one of these 'cheap' Elonex 32" TV's, and the quality is astounding. That was 2 years ago, and I can walk into Currys today and not see a 32" that has a big difference in quality.

And 2 yrs later, after a lot of heavy use, the TV is still going as well as the day I bought it.
You are making judgments on a set you haven't even seen, A point I also made earlier.

You big name fanboys can say what you like, but the fact is you pay inflated prices purely for the name stuck on the front without getting a difference in quality (unless of course you spend a LOT more money, and even then the difference wouldn't be as incredible as you seem to think).
#32
I Purchased this unit a month ago from BP and I have to say what a cracking TV for the price, I would have no hesitation recommending or indeed purchasing another ELONEX TV (I already own a SONY KDS-55A200SXRD and PANASONIC TX-32LMD70A).

MM
#33
sold out now. :-(

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