HANNSPREE JT02 37 REFURB LCD-TV £271.14 (including postage) @ Misco - HotUKDeals
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Providing a widescreen display with compelling visual quality, the Hannspree 37" XV37 HD-ready LCD TV allows you to make the transition to the HDTV era in a stylish way. Delivering high definition without the high cost, this LCD display is ready to connect to HD set-top boxes, HD DVD/Blu Ray players, and HD-enabled games consoles. Also giving you the opportunity to connect with your PC system thanks to a VGA connection, this superb flat-screen television can double up as a great monitor. Two integrated speakers give you stereo sound with extra clarity and simulated surround effects, placing you closer to an impressive world of multimedia. A high-grade 8ms video response specifications ensures fast-action, movies and sport events are brought to you with outstanding motion. Feel the advantage of the 1200:1 contrast ratio that elevates the display to new levels of crisp and clear imagery. Adding to the HD experience is a 3D comb filter to bring out astonishing results from any signal fed into the set, and an amazing 24-bit colour depth that brings a spectrum of vibrant tones and detailed shades. Top of the class for low-priced HDTV output, the Hannspree 37" XV37 HD-ready LCD TV produces an impressive home-cinema sophistication for your home.

Comes with Only 6 months warranty. Bear that in mind.
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#1
First post be gentle..
#2
Hot....
#3
hmm tempting but its a 1080i, heat added though, :)
#4
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Seems a good price, please try to include delivery in the total price, the cheapest delivery rate available with this is £9.49 (pre VAT), so final price (with VAT) is £271.14.
#5
Can I amend .. to include postage
#6
ziggy64
Can I amend .. to include postage


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#7
Inquisitor
hmm tempting but its a 1080i, heat added though, :)


You're insane. Are you expecting 1080p @ 37" for under £300? I want to visit your planet- it sounds awesome.

I'm guessing there are some excellent narcotics! :)
#8
haha, no i was hoping more of 720p :) wasnt this on a while ago for £300+p&p?
#9
These TV's IMO are junk. I bet a few of my personal returns on this model have made it to back to 'refurb'... the death nail on these telly's is when they put the newer firmware version 6 on them, version 6 seems to have been developed by the most colour blind people on the planet.... "c'mon you pinks" ...."peoples faces and hair appear to be suffering from some kind of radioactive 'glowing' disorder" ...."blur fest"

I got my money back and bought a decent tv by chucking an extra few quid at it, and it was totally worth it, the difference between my Toshiba and these HanspreeJT0237 is vast, like different eras almost.
#10
Inquisitor
haha, no i was hoping more of 720p :) wasnt this on a while ago for £300+p&p?


This TV IS 720p...
#11
Inquisitor
hmm tempting but its a 1080i, heat added though, :)


Inquisitor
haha, no i was hoping more of 720p :) wasnt this on a while ago for £300+p&p?


This IS a 720p (well 768p as are most lcd's). It will scale down 1080i.
#12
This is a very good TV. Ive had one of these for about 9 months and imho, its better than the Sony Bravia my parents have and a fraction of the price!
#13
Hot at this price, ordered, heated, repped:thumbsup:
#14
H & R added :thumbsup:
#15
I've had my YT08 (only a very slightly different model) for 18 months and it's been awesome. Can't complain one iota, not one single issue. Well worth the money if you can't afford a similar sized top brand name like Sony or Samsung (that said, I think my Hannspree beats the pants off a lot of the more expensive brands too).

Also... all the fuss about 1080i vs 1080p. I've seen the difference and it's miniscule, at least at this level. Perhaps different at 50inch or something. HD DVDs look GREAT through this TV at 1080i and if you're thinking about the HD broadcasts through digital TV, that's 'only' a 1080i broadcast in any case, so you're not missing out there either!

I say go for it and have rated it HOT!
#16
Is this tv wall mountable, doesn't look like it from picture? can anyone advise if it is or isn't
#17
n00b
This IS a 720p (well 768p as are most lcd's). It will scale down 1080i.


eh? explain please? i thought 720p is progressive scanning thus different method to 1080i (interlaced - similar to CRT TVs).
#18
I have this telly with Sky HD. Absolutely fantastic. Have tried SkyHD with a few different make of telly in the same setup (incl Sony, Panny, Tosh, LG etc) and it performs as well as all of them. Some of the HD content is really stunning.

There is a 160 something page thread on AVForums if anyone can be bothered to read it!

http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-televisions/474454-hannspree-xv37.html
#19
Inquisitor
eh? explain please? i thought 720p is progressive scanning thus different method to 1080i (interlaced - similar to CRT TVs).


Yes thats right but I just meant that 1080i is still 1080 lines in use (even though half on and half off) but this tv has a maximum of 768 lines, therefore 1080i will not be displayed as native.
#20
elaine32;3193445
Is this tv wall mountable, doesn't look like it from picture? can anyone advise if it is or isn't


It is. I havent done it myself, but there are lots of people who have. Take a look at avforums thread I mentioned above...
#21
good price for a 37" , anyone know if you can wallmount it ?
#22
so glad they are back in stock i have the 32' model and ive had it for about 18months now and its a wicked set for anyone who cant afford a better set, but ive put a samsung 32 against my hannspree and there is very little difference unless you sit 3 ft from the TV!
Think an upgrade to this unit might be in order, and sell my 32.
#23
does "refurbished" not mean "repaired" and "second hand" ?

am i wrong to think this and therefore steer well clear ?
#24
Just had a call to say it's out of stock and my order has been cancelled:shock::viking:
#25
I'm half tempted by this but the 6 month guarantee is putting me off....
#26
I bought one of these new, approx a year ago from Ebuyer for £360 delivered. They are great. There are quite a few people who slate them which I think (my assumption) is down to people pumping a **** feed into them.
With the naff analogue virgin cable (no digi round my way as yet) the picture isn't all that hot, but I don't really expect much considering he analogue feed is rubbish.
If I bang on my PC or a High Def film the picture is crystal clear. Normal DVD players don't look all that good on this screen but if you get a decent up-scaling DVD player or a High Def/Blue Ray they are fantastic. Also they tend to have a breaking in period, picture on mine got sharper over the 1st month of use.
#27
well i ordered mine, hopefully it dont get cancelled :(
#28
1366 x 768 WXGA.

The price is good, but this resolution will just look rubbish on a 37"
#29
desdan
good price for a 37" , anyone know if you can wallmount it ?


Yes you can, I got one of these from ebuyer last christmas time, and wall mounted no problem. . .
I cant believe that people are knocking this TV for the price. . Mine has a cracking picture, and my mate prefers it to his £1000+ panasonic. . . at the end of the day, its a 37" flat panel TV for sub 300 quid. . what do you want - blood?
It does what it says on the tin, and its also superb for running a PC into, to watch downloaded films, TV progs etc.

rash
1366 x 768 WXGA.

The price is good, but this resolution will just look rubbish on a 37"


Nah, My PC running at 1366 x 768 looks superb
#30
yeah for general use as a monitor that resolution will look bad, but if you wish to use it as a secondary monitor, just for films and also use it for high def gaming, even the wii through component then your be laughing as these hannsprees are more competitive with mid range tvs then the budget price your paying.
Bargain, period.
i brought my 32 hannspree last year for £375 with 5 year warranty, and i am going to find it hard parting with it, thats how good it is, and im very fussy over picture quality, as long as you calibrate it right, which there are loads of settings for different inputs over on avforums then its great.
#31
These tv`s are a waste of money,i returned mine colour was all washed out and loads of image blurring!
#32
http://www.intekx.com/product_info.php?cPath=17&products_id=251

Brand new AOC 37" £388.

A fair bit more but I'm always suspicious of "refurbs" that are not guaranteed for a year. If the retailer doesn't have faith in the product, why should the punter?

Screen format 16:9
Brightness (cd/m2) 500
Contrast ratio 1500:1
Resolution (pixels) 1366 x 768
Resolution (row) WXGA
Viewing angle (H/V) 178° / 178°
Response time (msec) 6 (grey to grey)
Lamp life (hrs) 60.000
Display colours 16.7 million
Colour temperature (Kelven) 6500/9300
Reception
Digital tuner (DVB-T)
Analogue Tuner
Auto set-up
NTSC video playback
Interactive Features
Fastext
Text page memory (pages) 252
Digital text
EPG / CA socket
Sound
Audio output (RMS) 2 x 15 W
Nicam stereo/A2
SRS high fidelity sound
Connections
SCART X 2
AV input -
S-video -
Side AV, S-video input 1
HDMI (HDCP) X 2
Component video, YPbPr 1
Headphone output 1
Audio stereo output 1
S/PDIF RCA digital output 1
D-sub, PC compatible 1
Mini-jack stereo audio input 1
Other features
PC Input (Recommended) [email protected] ~ [email protected]
Parent lock
Sleep timer
Wall mountable HxV (mm) (200 + 200) x 200 (NOT INCLUDED)
VESA mounting interface standard MIS-F, 400, 200, 6
Dimensions
Width (mm) 929
Height with/without stand (mm) 682 / 637
Depth with/without stand (mm) 255 / 116
Weight with Stand (kg) 19
Power consumption (W) typical < 170
#33
how do you add repo?
#34
the white scales next to name
#35
cheapskate58
http://www.intekx.com/product_info.php?cPath=17&products_id=251

Brand new AOC 37" £388.

A fair bit more but I'm always suspicious of "refurbs" that are not guaranteed for a year. If the retailer doesn't have faith in the product, why should the punter?


£388 + £12 delivery = £400
#36
mine has been cancelled
#37
any reviews of this TV? looks like a good deal.

does anyone else have this? what do you think of it? will it be ok with a PS3? (sorry for the 21 questions!, well 4 lol)

thanks :thumbsup:
#38
it will be good with PS3 through hdmi, however this deal is EXPIRED, they are out of stock
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cheapskate58:
http://www.intekx.com/product_info.p...roducts_id=251

Brand new AOC 37" £388.

A fair bit more but I'm always suspicious of "refurbs" that are not guaranteed for a year. If the retailer doesn't have faith in the product, why should the punter?
£388 + £12 delivery = £400

richer sounds have a 37" phillips for £400 , old stock as phillips are bringing out their ambilight ones now
great tv for the money , next nearest branded tv is about £500
#40
Doesn't this qualify for 4% quidco?

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