Hannspree HT09-28E1-000 28 inch LCD Television 1920 x 1200 £280.98 delivered at more computers - HotUKDeals
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This affordable HD-ready 1080p display from Hannspree is the smart choice for next-generation viewing. It's equipped with two HDMI inputs to handle high definition broadcasts and games consoles. It also can double up as a computer monitor, thanks to the VGA port, and your existing video equipment can hook up via the two SCART sockets.

It's equipped with a digital tuner to bring you all available Freeview channels in your area. With a sensational colour palette, the HannSpree HT09 is a superb 28 inch TFT screen for modern home entertainment.


2 x Stereo Speakers
TFT Active Matrix LCD Display
Kensington Lock Support
EPA Energy Star
Built-in Universal Power Supply
VESA Standard 100 mm
HD Ready - 1080p

Like the other posts for this TV on here - £1.16 cheaper than Lambda-tek, and a full £18.37 cheaper than Misco...
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#1
Similar price @ ebuyer.

Brought 2 of these the other day to use as monitors (side by side).... very, very good monitors/tv's - but beware... If your using it as a monitor, they'll be slightly blurry across VGA (as you'd expect), so you will need to go via DVI (with a DVI to HDMI converter). But, theres a fair chance (from what i've read - and can confirm) that Nvidia cards struggle outputting a decent quality signal at effectively 1200p across DVI.

I've got a 7300 LE nvidia card and it was ropey at 1200p - took it round a mates house with an ATI, worked great at 1200p...

Theres a lot of talk about such problems on nvidia cards on the net.
#2
Now cheaper at Lambda-tek! £278.91... ah well
#3
I'd pay the extra £3 and get it from ebuyer...

Misco does 4% quidco (I think) - but it still makes it overpriced.
#4
cokeman123
Similar price @ ebuyer.

Brought 2 of these the other day to use as monitors (side by side).... very, very good monitors/tv's - but beware... If your using it as a monitor, they'll be slightly blurry across VGA (as you'd expect), so you will need to go via DVI (with a DVI to HDMI converter). But, theres a fair chance (from what i've read - and can confirm) that Nvidia cards struggle outputting a decent quality signal at effectively 1200p across DVI.

I've got a 7300 LE nvidia card and it was ropey at 1200p - took it round a mates house with an ATI, worked great at 1200p...

Theres a lot of talk about such problems on nvidia cards on the net.


What's the freeview quality like on these compared to branded TVs?
#5
I dunno TBH. Only using them as monitors, dont really intend to use the tv part of them (althoguh theres another hanns-g 28" monitor-only i could have got for £30 cheaper). The input on these are as good/better than most tellies though.

I'd give it a go for you - but i've not got an aerial connection handy to try it (and i've tried - it picks nothing up without one).

I think you can get telly-snobs who wouldnt go near this brand, but for a 1080p 28" telly, i doubt you could beat it - but remember, for a 28" telly to actually make use of the 1080p ability, you need to sit something like 3-4 foot away!... so as I see it, it's over-specced for a tv, but great as a monitor!

also, finally - this telly is 1920x1200 - so it's really 1200p, which is the wrong aspect for most telly signals, but i ssupect you can stretch it to fill the screen.
#6
Have you tested a HD file off PC (720p or 1080p) with this? How does it look? Are the blacks any good?

Quite interested as im almost certain i want one of these!
#7
I have been watching some 720p stuff on them, I didnt notice any problemw ith the blacks - however, what i did notice is when you scale up a 720 movie to full screen, you can see the pixels. Presumably because neither the monitor, nor the player i'm using scales the images properly. Yuo wouldnt expect the monitor to do it - cos thats still getting a 1200p signal - it doesnt know i'm viewing a 720 movie.

So the player your using must smooth out 720p movies to make them look better... wither that, or set the res of the monitor to 720p and let that do the scaling.
#8
ironically, i got this the next day... and 6 hours later the screen went on it... 25% was fine and the rest died.. had to send it all back - not recommended at all. I just went and got the new 32" LG instead!
#9
You can pick this up for £267.02 inc. VAT at Lambda-Tek now. It doesn't seem like a bad TV for the price, although I don't think that 1920x1200 provides much of an advantage at this size of display.

I bought one intending to use it as a computer monitor as well as a TV, but unfortunately it doesn't support 1:1 pixel mapping over either VGA or DVI/HDMI. This means that the display is blurred and looks terrible, with small text difficult to read, even at its natural resolution.

So far I haven't found any way to fix this, and it makes it a terrible choice for working with text or images on a computer. Any real computer monitor will provide a vastly superior picture.
#10
I bought this Hannspree Xv HT09-28E1-000 - 28 LCD TV
for pc use and I am disapointed with the bluriness of fonts.
I have dvi to hdmi converter and a ati 1950 pro graphic card. Still there is
bluriness to the fonts. This no 1:1 pixel is letting me down. My resolution
is putted to 1920x 1200. When I use 1440 x 960 the fonts are ok but the whole
picture is too big.
Is there a real solving solution? What graphic card can solve this problem?
#11
hecto
Is there a real solving solution? What graphic card can solve this problem?


Don't waste your money on different graphics cards or cables, the problem is due to the TV's internal processing.

There doesn't seem to be any solution for this.

The best thing to do is replace it with a real computer monitor. LCD TVs are often a poor substitute, which is a real pain for media centre PC fans like myself...
#12
Hi folks, I've got an ATI 2400 series graphics card I plugged into my Hannspree TV using a DVI to HDMI converter cable. It worked fine for 10 minutes then just displayed a blue screen on the TV with a message saying "No Support Signal"

Anyone else had anything like this?

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