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Hannspree HT09 28" Full HD TV £264.99 @ Misco

£264.99 @ Misco
Hannspree HT09 28" Full HD TV £264.99 Specifications Product Description Hannspree HT09 Full HD 28 Inch LCD TV Screen Size 28" (70 cm) Native Resolution 1920 x 1200 Image Brightness 500 cd… Read More
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
Hannspree HT09 28" Full HD TV £264.99

Specifications
Product Description Hannspree HT09 Full HD 28 Inch LCD TV
Screen Size 28" (70 cm)
Native Resolution 1920 x 1200
Image Brightness 500 cd/m2
Contrast Ratios Typical : 800::1
Dynamic : 3000:1
Response Time 3 ms GTG
Viewing Angle 160° / 160°
TV Tuner Input 2x (1x Analog//1x Digital DVB-T (no C//II & MHEG5)), No Interactive function, No text function, Viewing through External set top box, i.e. sky, all functions available
Full HDTV Ready Yes
Interfaces 1 x Composite CVBS Input
5ms (3ms GtG)
1 x Component (YPbPr) Input
2 x HDMI Input
1 x VGA Input
2 x SCART Input
1 x PC Audio Input
1 x Composite Audio Input
1 x Earphone Output
OSD Language English, German,Italian,French,Spanish,Portuguese,Dutch,Russian,Polish
Dimensions ( W x H x D ) 672 mm x 517 mm x 190 mm
Weight 9.8 kg
Warranty 2 Years
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#1
terrible tv - why would any 1 buy this , when for an extra £100 you could have a sony 32"
banned#3
You could also buy a 32" for £249 from virtually anywehre these days.... try Cdiscount, Ebuyer, Dabs etc....

Plus this looks ugly as sin...

Cold
#4
Hmm, I'm tempted to use this as a replacement for 2x20" side-by-side monitors. The resolution of 1920x1200 makes it a good monitor replacement. The reviews are pretty good, the main caveats being with the remote and sound, which aren't an issue for my purposes. The not-so-good black level could be a deal breaker. Could really do with trying one out. Anyone know how good Misco's return policy is?

H&R btw :thumbsup:
#5
can someone please find me a full 1080p screen for anywhere near this price? NO, so this is HOT.
#6
Also voted hot. Reviews reasonably well and is full hd and compact. Very good for someone with more modest living space.
#7
RudiBryson
terrible tv - why would any 1 buy this , when for an extra £100 you could have a sony 32"


Nothing special about low end Sony's. I'd rather have the Hannspree.

If you want an average quality cheap flatscreen buy any old LCD. If you want a good TV buy a Plasma :thumbsup:
#8
Uridium, you had me at Hannspree.....Then you lost me at plasma......
#9
Johnorama
can someone please find me a full 1080p screen for anywhere near this price? NO, so this is HOT.




Dynamic : 3000:1
#10
osiris
Dynamic : 3000:1


i dont follow?
#11
Johnorama
i dont follow?


From Trusted Reviews:

Verdict

Overall , the HT09's many flaws leave it difficult to recommend despite its incredible price. As things stand, this TV will only be suitable for a small minority of users: those who primarily watch the better digital channels, aren't too picky about image quality and want something to plug their games console into. But even here, if you can afford a little more, you'd be better off getting a 'mere' HD-ready television in either 26 or 32 inches that this 'Full HD' effort.
#12
28"???? i knew you could get 26" and 32" LCD's but have never seen a 28"
#13
Johnorama
can someone please find me a full 1080p screen for anywhere near this price? NO, so this is HOT.




HD 1080p (or Full HD) is a more advanced HD standard, which claims to show HD sources (which are usually in 1080 resolution) to their full potential. TVs bearing this mark must have:
• Minimum 1920×1080 resolution
• Ability to display 1080p format without distortion
Before getting too worked up about the differences between normal HD and 1080p HD, it’s worth noting that on a 32” or smaller screen the differences between 1080 and 768 are usually impossible to detect, although this depends on how good your eyesight is and how close to the TV you are sitting
#14
osiris
HD 1080p (or Full HD) is a more advanced HD standard, which claims to show HD sources (which are usually in 1080 resolution) to their full potential. TVs bearing this mark must have:
• Minimum 1920×1080 resolution
• Ability to display 1080p format without distortion
Before getting too worked up about the differences between normal HD and 1080p HD, it’s worth noting that on a 32” or smaller screen the differences between 1080 and 768 are usually impossible to detect, although this depends on how good your eyesight is and how close to the TV you are sitting



And whether you want to use it as a monitor :thumbsup:
#15
Uridium
Nothing special about low end Sony's. I'd rather have the Hannspree.

If you want an average quality cheap flatscreen buy any old LCD. If you want a good TV buy a Plasma :thumbsup:


LOL wtf ? maybe you should read a few reviews mate , try av forums and search model numbers .

huge difference in sony tvs compared to hanspree , also 1080p is not important at all at these sizes , it means nothing .
#16
RudiBryson
LOL wtf ? maybe you should read a few reviews mate , try av forums and search model numbers .

huge difference in sony tvs compared to hanspree , also 1080p is not important at all at these sizes , it means nothing .


Yup low end Sony LCD's are pretty average. Nothing special at this price point.
#17
Don't even consider this TV if you want a display that can be used as a computer monitor.

I't's a pretty poor TV, and despite it's resolution it's a really terrible monitor.

The display's internal processing means that the image from a PC will always be blurry, regardless of settings or cables used. Who would want to buy a display that can't even show sharp and easily readable text?

See this thread at AVForums for discussion of the problem.

Even the worst real computer monitor on the market will give a much better image.

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