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HannsG HH251H 25" TFT Monitor Full HD £183.99 @ Misco

£183.99 @ Misco
It's my first and hope it's hot one! sorry my mistake on price still good deal i guess looks good monitor, but if somone can advice me between this one and the BenQ G2420HD ? Saturated with detai… Read More
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banned7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
It's my first and hope it's hot one!
sorry my mistake on price still good deal i guess
looks good monitor, but if somone can advice me between this one and the BenQ G2420HD ?

Saturated with detail, the Hanns.G HH251H is a monitor that takes you to the level of full 1080 High Definition. It synchronises beautifully with your PC and HD-ready devices thanks to VGA and two HDMI input connections. The luxury of having an array of 16.7 million colours means you're in the hotseat for luscious visuals, backed by the anti-glare screen. The dynamic contrast ratio can reach a potential of 15,000:1, ensuring clarity is a key factor, plus there's two 1.5w stereo speakers embedded into the design to fulfil your multimedia needs.

Product Description HannsG HH251H 25" TFT Monitor Full HD
Diagonal Size 25" (62,48 cm) Wide
Max Resolution Full HD 1920 x 1080
Dot Pitch / Pixel Pitch 0.283 x 0.283 mm
Image Brightness 300cd/m2
Image Contrast Ratios Typical : 800:1
X-Contrast : 15000:1
Interface VGA, Audio, 2 x HDMI
Audio 1 Watt x 1.5 - Integrated Multimedia Speaker
Response Time 5 ms (typ.) /2 ms (GtG)
Colour Black
Viewing Angle H/V 170°/160°
Dimension (WxDxH) 582 x 179 x 422 mm
Weight 5.7 kg
Manufacturer Warranty 3 year on site exchange warranty
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#1
Link states:
£159.99 ex VAT
£183.99 inc VAT ?
#2
#3
Looks nice
#4
3.5% cashback with topcashback.co.uk knocks £6.44 off the price.

Title should be amended to include the £4.99 delivery charge though.
#5
Not seen a 25" screen before, I suppose these are going to become the new volume seller as the 1080 24s get phased out.
#6
cold. misleading price.
#7
Anyone know if you got a HDMI freeview box would you get sound from the hdmi?

Tempted to get one for a bedroom if you can
#8
LiGhTfasT
Anyone know if you got a HDMI freeview box would you get sound from the hdmi?

Tempted to get one for a bedroom if you can


look on ebay, or google hdmi freeview .......
#9
Have some heat and rep OP. Great first deal :thumbsup:
#10
For a bit of reputation, can anyone answer me this:

I've looked on their website, it has two HDMI sockets. I've looked on my PS3 it has a HDMI cable, I've looked on the internet, there are freeview boxes with HDMI connectivity. Is this a cheap, 1080i 25" TV?
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94th minute
For a bit of reputation, can anyone answer me this:

I've looked on their website, it has two HDMI sockets. I've looked on my PS3 it has a HDMI cable, I've looked on the internet, there are freeview boxes with HDMI connectivity. Is this a cheap, 1080i 25" TV?


Its a 1080p monitor so you wont be able to watch any TV on it (no inbuilt TV tuner) however you will be able to play your PS3 at 1080p resolution i.e. full HD with sound on this monitor however the sound will be crappy as I'm assuming the speakers built into this monitor are terrible. So in summary no its not a cheap 25" 1080p TV but it is a cheap 25" 1080p Monitor.

Ps. I do believe you can buy a PlayTV attachment for your PS3 so that you can watch digital television through your PS3. Please correct me if I'm wrong :)
#13
Nammo
Its a 1080p monitor so you wont be able to watch any TV on it (no inbuilt TV tuner) however you will be able to play your PS3 at 1080p resolution i.e. full HD with sound on this monitor however the sound will be crappy as I'm assuming the speakers built into this monitor are terrible. So in summary no its not a cheap 25" 1080p TV but it is a cheap 25" 1080p Monitor.

Ps. I do believe you can buy a PlayTV attachment for your PS3 so that you can watch digital television through your PS3. Please correct me if I'm wrong :)


Thank you very much, I do believe you may be right; but I think I'm staying away from this one
#14
94th minute
Thank you very much, I do believe you may be right; but I think I'm staying away from this one


It would work quite well as a cheap combo monitor and TV I reckon. The HDMI input means you can use your PS3 and a freeview box.
#15


Ouch! :-(

Nonetheless, still a good price for this screen size and resolution
#16
Decent monitor at a good price, I'm in the market for a new monitor but this one just falls short of the mark :(
#17
In case this might help the original poster, here are my comments on two of the G2420HD's that I posted in another thread on here:

Okay, got the monitors now.

They were manufactured in July 2009, and are within 20 of each other serial number wise. Both panels appear to be identical in terms of their characteristics. No noticeable difference in image quality, backlight bleed etc.

Now, down to the nitty gritty. The panel is way inferior to either the PVA or IPS screens I've got here. Viewing angles are the most obvious thing to suffer, but for most people sitting right in front it won't be an issue.

Contrast is actually on a par with my IPS panel, but can't compete with the PVA screen. Colour reproduction is actually pretty good. It wouldn't do for a professional photographer, but I'm perfectly happy. Watching Bluray movies from the PS3 was very good. No obvious motion blur of any kind.

There is some backlight bleed at top and bottom, but nothing horrendous. I've heard some people say that this monitor suffers very badly in this respect, but I think it's more than acceptable on the two I've got. What can you expect for a £150 monitor?

I think my customer is going to be more than happy. Two 24" monitors for £300 is good going when you consider that I spent nearly £3000 for two similar 24" monitors only a few years ago.

If you're sitting on the fence, then I don't see any reason not to go for this monitor. It's got connectivity options aplenty, has decent image quality and it's cheap.

Only other monitor I would consider is the Samsung 2343BW, which is also very nice for the price. Plus is has a tilt, height and rotation adjustable stand. Pixel pitch is a bit small, but it's very legible.


Since buying them for a customer of mine, I've gone out and bought one for myself. For the money (I paid £127 + VAT), then the 2420 is a fantastic monitor. I preferred to have the D-Sub, DVI and HDMI combination, as I have a KVM which doesn't like DVI -> HDMI cables for some reason.

I've got my XBox 360 and PS3 connected up via a HDMI switch, and the Mac and several PCs via DVI through the KVM. Image quality is great with all of them. It's really important to calibrate the display, though, as out of the box the image is way to bright and the colours look awful.

HDMI audio is via a headphone socket on the left side of the monitor. The monitor has a separate HDMI volume control, which I've set to 10 and then plugged the headphone socket into my amplifier. Works fine.

When choosing between the HannsG and the BenQ it reallys come down to this:

1) Do you NEED 2 x HDMI? If so, then ignore the BenQ.
2) Pixel size on the HannsG will be bigger so the screen might not appear as sharp close up.
3) Both are TN panels, so set your expectations accordingly. Some TNs are better than others, especially where backlighting is concerned.
4) Do you want to spend an extra £40 on the HannsG, just to get an extra inch?

Best advice I can give you is to ensure that you can return the HannsG without incurring a restocking fee if you don't like it.

Bagpuss.
#18
Now that I've read the PC Advisor review, then I can wholeheartedly say, "GET THE BENQ!".

It's a great display, and suffers from none of the viewing angle issues that the HannsG appears to.

Bagpuss.
#19
I got one delivered today for my son, all i can say is the viewing angle is fine. I am loving this montior and it is massive. I just hooked it up to my ps3 via hdmi....fantastic, i think it even puts my 40" Panasonic to shame when playing COD 4 and GT5 prolog........I ummed and arred about this and the BenQ. All i can say is i am glad i brought this, 2x HDMI means my son can hook it up to his PS3 and HD V+ box...........Fantastic monitor honest.....Oh and it comes with 3 yea ron site warranty, which the BenQ does not

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