Hannspree XV 37" GT03-37E2-000G HD Ready LCD TV With Digital Tuner £379.98 Delivered @ Clearancebuys - HotUKDeals
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Dark misty black front bezel matched to bright silver detailing offers a premium quality feel
Unique curved speakers design satisfies the audio enthusiast in you
May be wall mounted to suit personal preferences and interiors
Circular control buttons on the right side are accessible and fun to use
Hannspree's GT03-37E2-000G 37" HD Ready LCD TV makes a style statement in a black finish with silver base and sidebars.

Hannspree is renowned for producing innovative designs in the LCD TV market and with their parent company being one of the worlds largest manufacturers of LCD panels, you can be assured that image quality is superb.

Panel Display 37" Wide
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Max. Resolution 1366 x 768
Display Colour 16.7 Million
Dot Pitch(H x V,mm) 0.519 x 0.519
Contrast Ratio 1000 : 1
Brightness 500 Cd/m2
Response Time 8 ms

I/O: 5 x Audio Line-In
1 x Audio Line-Out
1 x Component Video
1 x CVBS
1 x D-Sub
2 x HDMI
2 x RF
1 x S-Video
1 x S/PDIF out

Viewing angle 176/176
Composite video input RCA x1
VGA input D-Sub 15-pin x1
SCART input/output 21-pin x2
Vesa Mount 200 x 200
HDMI input x2
PC Input
Built in Digital DVB Tuner
2 Year on site manufacturers warranty
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I've got the 37 inch YT08 model and that's a great little TV... so very little to complain about. Great price for a great budget LCD!
I've had this for about 2 months now, good screen, pathetic speakers (vibration noise above volume level 18 out of about 70 on mine).

Freeview is pretty good, no thrills fairly decent picture on the tv.

For the money it's a no brainer, hook up some decent speakers to it (note there is no headphone out) and you've got yourself probably one of the best budget 37" budget TV's on the market.
I have the 32" Hannspree in my bedroom. Perfect considering only spent £300 on it delivered.
Fairly good picture.
**Sometimes though, it isnt always 100% compatible with the Virgin Media boxes and I experienced loss of sound quite regularly. It wasnt just me, I viewed about 150 reviews and probably 1/3 of these sad the same. Works perfectly with Sky**
So it's Virgin Media thats **** Id suspect !!
So it's Virgin Media thats **** Id suspect !!

Ahhh yes, that was what I was trying to say. Since changing to Sky, no problems at all.
Hannspree is renowned for producing innovative designs in the LCD TV market and with their parent company being one of the worlds largest manufacturers of LCD panels

Could someone tell me who their parent company is please?
Could someone tell me who their parent company is please?

Interesting question as I am wondering about a Hannspree TV purchase.

I think the answer to your questions is the "Walsin Lihwa Group" of Taiwan...

How I got there...

Hannspree website says:
Operated in June 2003
Corporate headquarters located at Wugu, Taipei
Assembly factory located in Shanghai China respectively along with a global logistics center

Chairman, Yu-Chi Chiao

Corporate Information
Company Name: Hannspree, Inc.
Established: July, 2002
Number of Employees: 300 (as of March 31, 2007)
Head Office: No. 48, Wucyuan Road, Wugu Industrial Zone, Taipei County 248, Taiwan, R.O.C.

The Chairman appears to be the key individual and searching for example on his name shows up 1998+ HannStar as a LCD manufacturer in Taiwan. Another enterprise is Hanns.G which specialises in LCD displays for computers etc.

Then his name led me to some articles:
http://www.cw.com.tw/english/article/372140.jsp<--- shows the "Walsin Lihwa Group" and the Chairman of that's younger son = the Chairman of Hanns... enterprises = answering your question.

All a far cry from those who think Hanns... is a German enterprise because their first European base was in Germany! That said I recall some mention of ASSEMBLY of some units in E.Europe.

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