Hannspree SJ28DMBB - 28" LCD TV Full HD, Freeview Black (2yr Warranty) - £179.99 Delivered @ eBay Ebuyer Express Outlet (+ Quidco) - HotUKDeals
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Please only vote cold if you can find a tv of this spec & quality, with a 2yr warranty delivered for less tha £179.99.
Hannspree are excellent quality & I had them for years.
THIS WAS ON UK HOT DEALS BEFORE AT £234.99.
***It's Full HD 1920x1200 rather than other 1080p screens which only have 1080 horizonal lines.

Hannspree SJ28DMBB LCD TV Full HD 1080p Freeview Black

The SJ model replaces the ST model which is now EOL.

If you have a preference for minimalistic styling, a taste for vogue and fashion and you appreciate outstanding technological products, Hannspree's SJ series LCD TV SJ28DMBB is for you. Styled as a portrait frame to achieve a concept of minimalism, the frontal frame and base of the display is completed with full black mirror finish. Coupled with silver chrome strip affixed to the lower edge to add a futuristic feel to the display, Hannspree has successfully created a LCD TV with a refined, minimalistic, yet elegant exterior. The curved contours of the frame further enhance the diffraction and changes of light to blend the TV perfectly as a component of your interior design.

Delivering 1920 x 1200 Full HD 1080p resolution, 16:10 wide-screen design, comprehensive input/output connectivity with VGA and 3 HDMI ports, it is time to experience the next generation audio/visual technology with Hannspree's SJ28DMBB.

Features/Specifications:
Display Size / Panel Type : 70cm (27,5") Wide, TFT LCD
Native Resolution : 1920 × 1200 (Full HD, 1080p)
Aspect Ratio : 16:10
Contrast : 800:1 (Typ.)
Brightness : 400 cd/m²
Viewing Angle : 170° / 160° (H / V)
Response Time : 5ms (Typ.)
TV Reception System : SDTV (MPEG-4 AVC H.264), DVB-T with Common Interface. PAL / SECAM
MHEG5 : Yes
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#1
That's mine ordered :)
#2
great tv ,hard pushed to find a decent 22" for this price

£230 at Amazon so hot from me.
#3
Great for games consoles, I got my son the 25" version at Christmas and it's ridiculously impressive for the price.
#4
hornblowerracing
Great for games consoles, I got my son the 25" version at Christmas and it's ridiculously impressive for the price.
I bough a Hannspree 19" monitor about 5 1/2 years ago & i've never felt the need to replace it. At the time it was way superior to anything else near or even way above the price I paid.
#5
Had Hanns G monitors for years, perfectly good. I'd have this for my PC, but I would probably get lynched.
#6
Johnny Boy
Had Hanns G monitors for years, perfectly good. I'd have this for my PC, but I would probably get lynched.
Go on....show em who's the boss :p
#7
I use one of these as a computer monitor (with DVI to HD lead). The 1900x1200 screen is less letter-box like, so better for computing than many dedicated widescreen monitors. And of course you can watch TV on it too.
#8
This TV is £229.99 on EBuyers own website, so your saving £50 buying it through ebay from the SAME supplier. Fantastic reviews. Looks a steal at this price.
#9
USB input would make the deal fantastic, but this is still red hot!
#10
nickmack
USB input would make the deal fantastic, but this is still red hot!
At this price you still have money left over to buy a dvd player with usb. Luckily I've got a brand new one in the loft. I didn't need it, but it was a bargain. I didn't need this TV either, but at £179 what can you do?
#11
this is hooooot!! i bought the 25 for £150 which has been taxed by my older brother!! dat was an awesome tv...this look good to
#12
dat....:{
#13
just bought one for my Mum, looks like a good deal
#14
Delivering 1920 x 1200 Full HD 1080p resolution, 16:10 wide-screen design, comprehensive input/output connectivity with VGA and 3 HDMI ports, it is time to experience the next generation audio/visual technology with Hannspree's SJ28DMBB.


with 800:1 contrast ratio?? I have the viewsonic version of this & picture is aweful on games & movies on dark scenes. better to save extra money & get the 32" 1080p tv offers that richer sounds have.

Edited By: montana78 on Apr 21, 2011 14:17
#15
montana78
Delivering 1920 x 1200 Full HD 1080p resolution, 16:10 wide-screen design, comprehensive input/output connectivity with VGA and 3 HDMI ports, it is time to experience the next generation audio/visual technology with Hannspree's SJ28DMBB.


with 800:1 contrast ratio?? I have the viewsonic version of this & picture is aweful on games & movies on dark scenes. better to save extra money & get the 32" 1080p tv offers that richer sounds have.

ahhh another person who has fallen for the oldest contrast trick in the book:P
#16
The 25" version is amazing value for money. Don't forget go via TCB for "40% cashback" (not really that much and they're misleading for saying it).
#17
Bigbil
This TV is £229.99 on EBuyers own website, so your saving £50 buying it through ebay from the SAME supplier. Fantastic reviews. Looks a steal at this price.


there is a 32" hannspree on the ebuyer website for the same price, i think they need to update the price on the 28"

I'd rather pay an extra 50 - 60£ and get a proper brand like LG or Samsung
#18
wow got one of this last year bought from amazon very good monitor have some heat
#19
Thats exactly what I was thinking of doing.. 28" widescreen montor which I can flick over the watch the football on if need be.. Why bother streaming then? Sorted
LongPockets
I use one of these as a computer monitor (with DVI to HD lead). The 1900x1200 screen is less letter-box like, so better for computing than many dedicated widescreen monitors. And of course you can watch TV on it too.
#20
Please only vote cold if you can find a tv of this spec & quality, with a 2yr warranty delivered for less tha £179.99.


Cold. Won't be told how to vote.
#21
RUBiXdealz
Bigbil
This TV is £229.99 on EBuyers own website, so your saving £50 buying it through ebay from the SAME supplier. Fantastic reviews. Looks a steal at this price.

there is a 32" hannspree on the ebuyer website for the same price, i think they need to update the price on the 28"

I'd rather pay an extra 50 - 60£ and get a proper brand like LG or Samsung
You've obviously never seen a hannspree close up. Many would agree the picture is as good as if not better. £60 is an extra 33.3% & if you read the listing, it says find a COMPITABLE tv for this price. It is full hd, with 3 hdmi ports (a lot of tv's don't) & freeview. If I paid an extra £60 on top of the LG or Samsung, I would get a better TV again....& if I paid another £60 on top of that.....& so on & so on. The Samsung is a better TV than LG as the LG suffers with black colours (appear grey), but I doubt you would get one of this spec for £60 more. EVEN if you do, it's still not comparable. This is a VERY good tv for THIS price the LG is a good tv, but not worth £60 more.
Do the Samsung & the LG come with a 2 year warranty, which is not a RTB but a collect & return ???? oO

Edited By: Bigbil on Apr 21, 2011 15:22: spelling
#22
pokerpad
dat....:{


datford tunnel??

good tv btw, heated
#23
singhster
Please only vote cold if you can find a tv of this spec & quality, with a 2yr warranty delivered for less tha £179.99.

Cold. Won't be told how to vote.
I did not tell anybody how to vote. All I ask is that when someone votes cold they should educate themself and us before doing so. Find out if it is a poor deal & if there is a better one let us know because we will buy that one instead. Like the person that voted cold on the Argos washing machine yesterday because it was £180 at Tesco. It actually turned out to be £269.99 at Tesco
Seen any cheap milk lately ? ;)
#24
hannspreee are awesome!! this like a all singing and dancing tv!!! connected my x box, ps3, laptop, pc and the freeview TV!!

HOT HOT HOT!!!!!!
#25
omer
hannspreee are awesome!! this like a all singing and dancing tv!!! connected my x box, ps3, laptop, pc and the freeview TV!!

HOT HOT HOT!!!!!!
Cheers mate. Someone with a brain X)
#26
Liking it, looking for one 2 (missus treated me ths afternoon).
Looking for one with network though (want to stream movies frm PC to TV).
This is hot though!!
#27
jez123
Liking it, looking for one 2 (missus treated me ths afternoon).
Looking for one with network though (want to stream movies frm PC to TV).
This is hot though!!
You could buy a connecting lead, media player or dvd with usb. Still a cheap set up.
#28
Probably a silly question, but it doesn't mention EPG anywhere. I guess all freeview TVs have EPG?
#29
HOT!!! I think you could also use this as a monitor. I've got a 28" Hanns.G monitor (same make just their computer monitor branch) and it's really good. I'm sure you could use this as a monitor with the benefit of an inbuilt TV.
#30
Probably a silly question, but it doesn't mention EPG anywhere. I guess all freeview TVs have EPG?

the 25" had an EPG im guessing this does

HOT!!! I think you could also use this as a monitor. I've got a 28" Hanns.G monitor (same make just their computer monitor branch) and it's really good. I'm sure you could use this as a monitor with the benefit of an inbuilt TV.

I had the 25" hooked up as a PC monitor worked like a gem
#31
The people that are saying this is a good quality tv don't know a lot about tv's..........

I have the 25" one for my kids room and it is great for £150 and has lots of good features but the quality of the picture is very low you have to be sitting directly in front of it at eye level if not the picture is horrible. As you move round the room the picture gets a lot darker and a lot lighter depending on where you sit and contrast ratio is horrible.

If you want a good cheap tv pay the extra £50 and go for toshiba or lg or samsung.
But if you want a cheap tv for bed room or what ever go for this.
#32
Hot - should make a good monitor, although I am not sure it is a great TV.

I was tempted with the ST281 last year for 220 - but this is much better.
#33
richardfield58
The people that are saying this is a good quality tv don't know a lot about tv's..........

I have the 25" one for my kids room and it is great for £150 and has lots of good features but the quality of the picture is very low you have to be sitting directly in front of it at eye level if not the picture is horrible. As you move round the room the picture gets a lot darker and a lot lighter depending on where you sit and contrast ratio is horrible.

If you want a good cheap tv pay the extra £50 and go for toshiba or lg or samsung.
But if you want a cheap tv for bed room or what ever go for this.
Neither do you if you recommend a Toshiba. Every TV I had going back years was a Toshiba & they were far superior to anything else on the market, even Sony. They now struggle against most TV's in the same price bracket. They are nowhere near as good as a Samsung. The £204 Tosh the other day was a good deal as it was cheap. There a lot of more expensive tv's that suffer from the problems you mention. If the tv is low down it will look worse. I agree this tv can be better with a change to the factory settings, but at £179 it's the same price as bobby basic smaller tv's & old hd 'ready' tv's. A lot of tv's in this bracket do not have 3 hdmi ports.
#34
Bigbil
richardfield58
The people that are saying this is a good quality tv don't know a lot about tv's..........

I have the 25" one for my kids room and it is great for £150 and has lots of good features but the quality of the picture is very low you have to be sitting directly in front of it at eye level if not the picture is horrible. As you move round the room the picture gets a lot darker and a lot lighter depending on where you sit and contrast ratio is horrible.

If you want a good cheap tv pay the extra £50 and go for toshiba or lg or samsung.
But if you want a cheap tv for bed room or what ever go for this.
Neither do you if you recommend a Toshiba. Every TV I had going back years was a Toshiba & they were far superior to anything else on the market, even Sony. They now struggle against most TV's in the same price bracket. They are nowhere near as good as a Samsung. The £204 Tosh the other day was a good deal as it was cheap. There a lot of more expensive tv's that suffer from the problems you mention. If the tv is low down it will look worse. I agree this tv can be better with a change to the factory settings, but at £179 it's the same price as bobby basic smaller tv's & old hd 'ready' tv's. A lot of tv's in this bracket do not have 3 hdmi ports.

I have seen 1000s of hdtvs but the hanspree is the only one where the brightness changes dramatically just by moving your head an inch to the side it definitely is a very bottom of the market television.

Its a great price for the tv but it is a horrible tv and I don't see why you are trying to bully every one in to your way of thinking.
#35
singhster
Please only vote cold if you can find a tv of this spec & quality, with a 2yr warranty delivered for less tha £179.99.
Cold. Won't be told how to vote.


I also voted cold.
#36
Bigbil
RUBiXdealz
Bigbil
This TV is £229.99 on EBuyers own website, so your saving £50 buying it through ebay from the SAME supplier. Fantastic reviews. Looks a steal at this price.
there is a 32" hannspree on the ebuyer website for the same price, i think they need to update the price on the 28"I'd rather pay an extra 50 - 60£ and get a proper brand like LG or Samsung
You've obviously never seen a hannspree close up. Many would agree the picture is as good as if not better. £60 is an extra 33.3% & if you read the listing, it says find a COMPITABLE tv for this price. It is full hd, with 3 hdmi ports (a lot of tv's don't) & freeview. If I paid an extra £60 on top of the LG or Samsung, I would get a better TV again....& if I paid another £60 on top of that.....& so on & so on. The Samsung is a better TV than LG as the LG suffers with black colours (appear grey), but I doubt you would get one of this spec for £60 more. EVEN if you do, it's still not comparable. This is a VERY good tv for THIS price the LG is a good tv, but not worth £60 more.Do the Samsung & the LG come with a 2 year warranty, which is not a RTB but a collect & return ???? oO


I bought a Samsung 32" Full HD LED Backlit tv for £159 and it had a 5 year warranty, so i dont no WTF ur on about!!! (_;)
#37
Just to add some pics so people no what they are getting with this tv.
This first pic is straight on and it is the best angle to see the tv from but even looking straight on the pixels in the corners are very dark.
http://i577.photobucket.com/albums/ss219/imginy/DSC02269.jpg

This second pic is to show how white the screen go's if your head gets a little higher.
http://i577.photobucket.com/albums/ss219/imginy/DSC02268.jpg

This final pic is to show how dark the tv gets when you go a little lower the whole top is completely dark
http://i577.photobucket.com/albums/ss219/imginy/DSC02270.jpg

All pics taken in same room with same lights and no flash.
#38
16:10 aspect ratio eh?

so does it vertically stretch widescreen programming that's 16:9 to 16:10 (therefore actually slightly distorting the vertical image)?

My 22" LG is 16:10 and viewing Tv can look a bit odd, circles appear oval, people are taller and thinner than they should be.

Some 16:10's letterbox a smidge to preserve the correct ratio.
#39
RUBiXdealz
Bigbil
RUBiXdealz
Bigbil
This TV is £229.99 on EBuyers own website, so your saving £50 buying it through ebay from the SAME supplier. Fantastic reviews. Looks a steal at this price.
there is a 32" hannspree on the ebuyer website for the same price, i think they need to update the price on the 28"I'd rather pay an extra 50 - 60£ and get a proper brand like LG or Samsung
You've obviously never seen a hannspree close up. Many would agree the picture is as good as if not better. £60 is an extra 33.3% & if you read the listing, it says find a COMPITABLE tv for this price. It is full hd, with 3 hdmi ports (a lot of tv's don't) & freeview. If I paid an extra £60 on top of the LG or Samsung, I would get a better TV again....& if I paid another £60 on top of that.....& so on & so on. The Samsung is a better TV than LG as the LG suffers with black colours (appear grey), but I doubt you would get one of this spec for £60 more. EVEN if you do, it's still not comparable. This is a VERY good tv for THIS price the LG is a good tv, but not worth £60 more.Do the Samsung & the LG come with a 2 year warranty, which is not a RTB but a collect & return ???? oO

I bought a Samsung 32" Full HD LED Backlit tv for £159 and it had a 5 year warranty, so i dont no WTF ur on about!!! (_;)
Where & why didn't you post it ??? I'd have bought a few of them.
#40
richardfield58
Just to add some pics so people no what they are getting with this tv.
This first pic is straight on and it is the best angle to see the tv from but even looking straight on the pixels in the corners are very dark.
http://i577.photobucket.com/albums/ss219/imginy/DSC02269.jpg

This second pic is to show how white the screen go's if your head gets a little higher.
http://i577.photobucket.com/albums/ss219/imginy/DSC02268.jpg

This final pic is to show how dark the tv gets when you go a little lower the whole top is completely dark
http://i577.photobucket.com/albums/ss219/imginy/DSC02270.jpg

All pics taken in same room with same lights and no flash.

Adjust you tv to;
Brightness 50 - Contrast 50 - Colour 25 - Flesh Tone Off - Backlight 85 - Sharpness 0 - Colour temperature Normal or Warm
If that doesn't work i'd send it back. Hannspree customer service are excellent & very customer focused.

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