Hannspree Vibe 32" LCD HD Ready TV...£271.14 delivered @ Misco - HotUKDeals
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Some would say stylish, some won't. I guess looking at this tv, it could be considered like and lcd version of marmite!!!!!

I doubt its the greatest LCD tv ever, but for that sort of money, its probably not bad.


OSD Menu (multilanguage)
EQ Sound control
3:2 Pull Down
3D Comb Filter
Noise Reduction
3D De-interlace
Edge enhancement
1000 pages Teletext 2.5 (TOP/ FLOF)
HD ready


Diagonal Size: 32" (81,28 cm) TFT
Colour: Black & White
Brightness: 500 cd/m2 (typical)
Max Resolution: 1366 x 768 WXGA
Viewing Angle (H/V Degrees): 88/89
Interface: HDMI
Audio: 2 x 8 Watt Speakers
Response Time: 8 ms
Contrast Ratio: 800:1
Dimensions: 81 cm x 21,1 cm x 65 cm
Weight :24 kg
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 Years Collect & Return

Connections: EURO SCART, CVBS + S-Video, YPBPR, PC VGA Input, HDMI Interface Ver 1.1


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I'm not sure if that's a revolutionary design or just plain ugly.
Yep..here's the blurb for it on the Misco site:

The inspiration of the shape of the machine comes from the design ideas of POP art, but the design structure jumps away from the basic shape. Vibe uses a unique and elegant arch shape with twin-colour (black and white) to add a little more splendor to your home. Moreover, the amplifiers can be combined or separated to accommodate your needs and requirements for the home environment or interior designs. This product will surely attract both men and women who are stylish, tasteful and pay high attention to the quality of life.
I would imagine that the speakers would have a lot to live up to to justify being such an integral and prominent feature.

Looks OK to me for the price though. Although not my sort of thing.
I have a Hanspree, the one with the 50's chrome legs and wood back. Sound is orsum.
I'm not sure what to think of the design, but £271 for a 32" TV is a good price, and Hannspree are a known brand...so I'm gonna vote hot.
Hanspree are in fact one of the biggest LCD suppliers to the PC market.
plus about another tenner of from QUIDCO
That is so cool - I want it. It's unique and makes a change from the rest of the bland looking lcds.

If it had been a 37" or preferably a 40"+ then I would have it anytime.
I have a Hanspree, the one with the 50's chrome legs and wood back. Sound is orsum.

I also have the 50's version and it's more than exceeded my expectations. I got it from Misco with a free xbox 360 last year (deal from here) and only intended to use it for gaming but it out performs the "premium" panels of my friends for picture quality and the sound is definitely not budget either.

The panel is linked to a thomson pvr via a standard ariel and even setanta looks fine...

The only gripe I have it that so far it will only recognise the supplied remote.
whats the picture quality like on this?
I think the design is pretty funky, but just looking at the pics I'd be willing to bet that the speakers on this are much better than the tiny little in-built speakers on most LCDs/Plasmas.
I would buy this if it wasnt for the terrible contrast ratio
I would buy this if it wasn't for the terrible contrast ratio

Contrast ratios should be taken with a pinch of salt. The 10000:1 headline figure is "Dynamic" contrast, which means they use signal processing to frig the test results. Turning off the Dynamic Contrast, to make the picture watchable and the people less pink looking, and you get a far lower "actual usage" contrast figure, which is more like 1000:1. Then you switch the lights on in your room and it's more like 500:1.
I know the results can vary a lot...I just say that because I have an LCD TV with the same contrast ratio as this...and dark scenes are not great at all. I suppose you cant tell till you see it in action..
I quite like it actually its quirky, not sure if they are wall mountable though?
Don't be put off by the contrast ratio - just get the TV for yourself and test it out. Every manufacture measure them differently.
"men and women who are stylish, tasteful and pay high attention to the quality of life. "

Oh well, that's me out then!

looks good!
Well all I can only comment on is the 26" retro ones i bought for my girls bedrooms from misco,and all i can say is sound and picture quality knock spots of my other much more expensive tvs.

Hannspree rocks.
This is really funky and good price, HOT!!!
Does it have freeview?
has anyone ordered and got one, i have a great 26" acoustic solutions one which i may upgrade to a 32" and sell mine.

i'd like to know what it's like, picture quality, sound etc.
OK, I did a bit of research.

This does not have freeview.

Shame, I really don't know why manufacturers are still shipping TVs without digital tuners.

I'll give it a miss.
" it could be considered like and lcd version of marmite!!!!!"

Rep from me just for that hilarious comment!!!
Doesn't appear to have VESA wall mounts, otherwise quite a good price for the LCD area.
I like it!
I like it too. It might be just the thing for our living room. Anyone got one or seen one up close and know what they are really like?

Oh- and I read a review which says it does have freeview:
i can confirm this does NOT have freeview
Do you know because you have one of these, because you are a psychic, or read it somewhere? Cos I've read a couple of reviews now that says it does have a built in freeview tuner with program guides etc.
Not that it would matter to me cos you can pick up a tuner for a fiver these days, but it saves having to plug something else in I suppose.
If you do have one of these - how good is it really? Still thinking about getting one here.
Anyone got this, what the picture quality like?

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