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Hannspree Xv JT02 37E2 000G 37" HD Ready LCD TV Black 1366x768 1200 1 500cd m2 8ms HDMIx2 16 9

Product Description Hannspree Xv 37" LCD TV
Product Type LCD TV
Diagonal Size 37" - widescreen
Dimensions (WxDxH) 94.1 cm x 29.5 cm x 72.6 cm
Weight 25.4 kg
Digital Television Certification HD ready
Resolution 1366 x 768
Display Format 720p
Input Video Formats 720p, 1080i
Video Interface Component, composite, HDMI, S-Video, SCART
PC Interface VGA (HD-15)
Technology TFT active matrix
Progressive Scan Yes
Image Aspect Ratio 16:9
Analogue TV Tuner PAL, SECAM
Sound Output Mode Stereo
Speaker System 2 speakers
Remote Control Remote control - infrared
Power AC 120/230 V
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#1
369.98 delivered at Clearancebuys.co.uk.
#2
it is £8.50 Shipping cost total £379.97 on clearancebuys my deal it better as it is cheaper
#3
is this wall mountable and pc compatible??
#4
looks a good buy
#5
AllYouEverNeed
is this wall mountable and pc compatible??


Yes & yes! :)
#6
I just got mine this week. The reviews seemed pretty good to me. The one I got isn't quite as described or pictured but its still good. The picture is okay, not as good as CRT but then few LCDs are. I have the sound going to proper speakers. It works well as a large PC monitor with VGA input. Refresh rate isn't great and there is some pixellation on tv mode.

All in all I think it''s good but it's not the best quality tbh.
#7
£375.90 delivered here:

http://www.shop.bt.com/productview.aspx?Quicklinx=4R9V&CategorySelectedId=11229&PageMode=1&NavigationKey=11229,390510000

But with 2.5% quidco which is almost a tenner, so worth spending the extra 59p imo :thumbsup:
#8
tronic
it is £8.50 Shipping cost total £379.97 on clearancebuys my deal it better as it is cheaper


Delivery is free over £99.99 so this is the cheaper deal without Quidco, I had mine delivered on Fri but was out so hopefully being delivered on Wed. Got a cheap wall bracket from an Amazon marketplace for under £30 to mount it on as well which got good reviews.
#9
Bought one last week! Very nice TV loads of connection on the back! VGA wrks a treat with my laptop.
#10
Superb little tvs these. I bought the 32" version a while back for £279 and the quality of it is superb. It got slagged off by a load of people on quality of the image and the speakers, but I don't know what ther on about. Blu-ray movies on these look and sound incredible and make it seem like ur watching it on something that costs over a grand! It has a cool startup logo that u dont get with most brands and it switches on quicker than most LCD's!!! Overall I think ther mint! Thinking of getting another to use as a monitor for my pc :thumbsup:
#11
wjohnson12321
Superb little tvs these. I bought the 32" version a while back for £279 and the quality of it is superb. It got slagged off by a load of people on quality of the image and the speakers, but I don't know what ther on about. Blu-ray movies on these look and sound incredible and make it seem like ur watching it on something that costs over a grand! It has a cool startup logo that u dont get with most brands and it switches on quicker than most LCD's!!! Overall I think ther mint! Thinking of getting another to use as a monitor for my pc :thumbsup:


I want 32" for £279 as well! Where to get one?
#12
Mine is on the way, will be delivered tomorrow. It's now just 375.03 (28p less than the original post!) Voted hot :)
#13
Great deal, but no shipping to Northern Ireland from ebuyer! D'oh!

Voted Hot though!
#14
i ordered this the other day from ebuyer....it has over 80 5 star reviews saying it is great! (remember to filter out the comments when checking the reviews)

after reading pretty much all the reviews i went for it...should be arriving tomorrow or monday...

does anyone know if they deliver on saturdays? not sure who ebuyer use to deliver
#15
Got one just before Christmas. Excellent TV. Voted hot.
#16
screaming_69
i ordered this the other day from ebuyer....it has over 80 5 star reviews saying it is great! (remember to filter out the comments when checking the reviews)

after reading pretty much all the reviews i went for it...should be arriving tomorrow or monday...

does anyone know if they deliver on saturdays? not sure who ebuyer use to deliver

Ebuyer use citylink as a courier, they will deliver on saturdays but you have to pay extra for it.
banned#17
Ordered mine last sunday arrived on Wednesday, good delivery service. I bought based on reviews on ebuyer from 80 odd people mainly 5 star positive reviews. Actually I want to say I was dissapointed with this TV. I had built my expectation up so high about the quality of th epicture but it is pixilated and watching football on it is painful to the eye. Im very unhappy and now to return it it will cost about £30 as you have to pay for your own return if you change your mind. Please remember when you sign for the tv sign as "Unchecked/Damaged" or you may not be able to return within 28 days for a refund, see terms & cons. I am watching this through Sky Plus box, can someone tell me what im doing wrong as the picture quality is blurry. I watched the African cup of nations highlights just to see what the football looks like and i couldnt even see the players, later that night carling cup highlights between everton & chelsea were on and it was a lott better but still not better than watching it on my CRT 28" Panasonic. Dont get me wrong, the size is fantastic and the tv itself looks really nice, but the image I am worried about, deciding to return it unless it looks better via HD which I never intended to subscribe to anyway....what shal i do???
banned#18
also I noticed when writing a review on ebuyer it says your review will be posted within 3 days, who knows if they are only posting selected reviews and not all the negative reviews??
banned#19
for those who say the picture quality is excellent please contact me as im struggling to see how and mine is really pixilated. or is this normal given the size of the screen?
#20
From what I have read, LCD screens have a fixed number of pixels, so when they are displaying footage that isn't the same resolution (Standard Def TV, DVDs, etc) they use image processing to upscale to their fixed resolution (1366 x 768 in this case). The resulting image quality greatly depends on how good the image processing chip is on the HD Ready TV. All the big brands have their own high-end image processing chip technology, LG's XD Engine, Samsungs DNIe, etc. Possible cheaper TVs don't have such good quality image processing, so their Standard-Def and DVD quality suffers? Also response time (ms, lower=better) and refresh rate (Hz, higher=better) are meant to be quite important on how well it handles fast paced footage like football. 50Hz is the standard, although on some of the high-end 1080p TVs, they now offer 100Hz (120Hz in the US).

With the Sky box, if you are connecting via SCART you can check a few things. Check both ends of the cable have all 21-pins (RGB capable). Check in the Sky box picture setup that it is set to RGB not PAL. Also if the TV has more than one SCART socket, sometimes only one is actually Full-SCART (RGB capable), while the other is only half-SCART (composite).
#21
Here is a 123 page thread on AVForums on the Hannspree 37: http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=474454&highlight=hannspree
Not sure if it's the identical model no. but information should be useful enough.

Concerning eBuyer's reviews/ratings - I would say they are selective in what they publish...
#22
I got the 32 inch tv and stand from ebuyer at christmas and is a great picture when playing the xbox 360 thruw the HDMI ,
i changed the pic settings as default is a bit rubbish will find them and put up later.
banned#23
Well I must say that I hooked this up to my Laptop today via the VGA cable provided, downloaded some HD clips from microsoft and WOW, amazing! HD really looks fantastic & awesome! BUT and there is a big BUT....normal TV looks really poor even thru my SKY + box. So my conclusion is that if you want this for games & DVD's or if you hooked up to HD subscription this is the TV for you, it really is great. BUT if you going to watch normal TV via sky or cable you will be dissapointed with the picture quality. You get what you pay for rings bells here but on the other hand if hooking up to HD transmission you get more than what you paid for. I have no intention to subscribe HD at the moment and really cant be straining my eyes watching normal telly, its back to my good old trusted CRT for me and so therefore my box will be collected tomorrow, I hope ebuyer wont charge me for collection and deduct the money from the amount they have to refund to me.
#24
Hi, Roccostan.

I only use this for HD and XBOX 360. I was just wondering if when you were playing some HD via your laptop, you noticed any picture 'judder'? When I play HD movie rips (720p) from my PC via DVI-HDMI cable, the movie stutters a lot on pans and also just generally, with occasional tearing.

I think I, like you, will send this back, I already have another brand ordered to see if it is better. It's going to be hard to stump up the cash for the return delivery though. This is the advantage of Currys etc.! Just a pity that they only stock 'superior' name brands.

Good luck, roccostan :)
banned#25
Hello Houldey, When I hooked up to my laptop via the VGA cable provided and played the downloaded HD clips from microsoft website the picture quality was perfect, there was no judder whatsoever and i was really impressed and felt like keeping the telly until I switched back to normal tv broadcast and realised how poor it was in comparison. I dont have a DVI-HDMI cable so cant try it, have you tried it with the VGA cable from pc to tv? I requested my return using the online system last night and it was accepted today, to my surprise they said a collection has been approved i just need to select which day I want it collected, so I chose Friday, but I just got another messgae online to say the courier cant make friday so I reselected Monday now. I told Ebuyer that the box was damaged in transit it had a dint in one corner, not sufficient to cause physical damage to the tv, but who knows it could have fallen over in transit as it did have dints in both ends and that could have caused some damage poss? I hope you signed for the tv as "Unchecked/Damaged" when recieved, been reading there T&C's they seem very strict, but in the excitement of buying a cheap telly with excellent reviews you sometimes forget to read the detail n the small print. I popped n Costco today and they had loads of lcd and they all looked fine in terms of thier pixels, they were not as distorted as the hanspree, i asked a staff if they were transmitting via HD, he said no way its just a normal tv ariel, he was right i checked the back of all the tellies they had standard analogue arial plugged in and not even a scart lead. Costco have got a white version of the 32" & 40" Samsung and it looks really nice but its £470 & £622 respectively. I also feel the 37" is really big in my small living room, especially as my CRt was 27" it looks too huge and both I & the Mrs dont like it, its now back in the box and Im considering going for a 32" as apparently the smaller the screen the better image quality you can recieve,. Also I did change my picture on SKY to RGB as someone suggested and it made a good difference to the image but not to the pixelation problem..
#26
Well after much pondering I've decided to go for this, along with an upscaling DVD player from Amazon. I don't watch a great deal of TV, and I don't have sports channels so the only opportunity I get to watch footy on TV are MotD and major championships. I'll report back when everything's hooked up.
banned#27
I was reimbursed for mine yesterday and they didnt deduct carriage charges, they also confirmed today if returned within 10 days no quibble money back.. I must say Ebuyer, super fast delivery and super fast collection and super fast refund they get 5 stars for service even though I wasnt happy with the panel. I know feel like reordering the same panel again just to see if a dfferent panel might have slightly better quality but then I dont want to be dissapointed.
#28
Roccostan
I was reimbursed for mine yesterday and they didnt deduct carriage charges, they also confirmed today if returned within 10 days no quibble money back.. I must say Ebuyer, super fast delivery and super fast collection and super fast refund they get 5 stars for service even though I wasnt happy with the panel. I know feel like reordering the same panel again just to see if a dfferent panel might have slightly better quality but then I dont want to be dissapointed.


Have you read the avforums thread? Most issues seem to have been resolved by members persistance when it comes to the connections and settings they were using.
#29
well i received mine this morning.

Looks great out the box for a cheap tv.
It was painfully slow tuning in the progs but then i did do it twice, once without the sky box switched on. duh

The picture with SD Sky was average.
I'm sure this requires a 720 upscaler to get the best out of it.
Then again i only had time to use the inferior rf (ariel) lead, so it means nothing.

Then I had a problem.
I had a VESA compatible universal wall bracket to hang it on the wall abnd unfortunately none of the bolts were a decent fit.
The holes for the bolts in the back of the tv are the flimsiest ive ever seen on a tv.

A few of you guys have this TV up on your wall dont you?
Does it feel secure with such tiny bolts?
Also what size bolt did you use as none of the bolts i got with the wallmount fit well enough?
#30
**Sigh** defeated for the sake of a few bolts

Sadly it's easier to just return the TV than it is to get an ebuyer.com customer service person to pull their finger out and find out what bolts are required for the TV.

So that's exactly what i'll do :x
#31
Mine arrived today. I've posted this in the avforum thread, but I'll do so here too:

Looks: Awesome. It looks like an expensive TV. The remote could be better, but it's not too bad. The OSD is basic, but functional, and fairly intuitive.

HDMI #1: I've got an upscaling DVD player going to this. Tried a few films out. Bladerunner looks stunning, as does Starship Troopers and The Matrix. No noticeable ghosting.

Component: Not quite as good a picture, but that's probably because I've got my DVD/HDD recorder going to it, and it doesn't upscale. Still a very good quality picture.

SCART #1: My Sky box is feeding this with a good quality cable. The picture quality is significantly poorer through this, though on good quality channels the picture is on a par with the 29" Sony CRT that this replaces (about nine years old). Rubbishy channels are noticeably poorer than on CRT, with artefacts all over the place (but with the tat they show, that's probably a good thing, as I'll watch less).

SCART #2: My Gamecube is connected to this with a standard SCART lead. The picture is fine, but the brightness has to go to maximum to get the same picture level that I had before.

VGA: My laptop connects here, and if anything it's more impressive than any of the other things, as I can view full HD material. I was blown away by how good it was.

General: The manual is fine. The packaging was good enough that even a great big hole in the box didn't result in any damage to the unit. The sound was surprisingly good, equal to the Sony's (which I always rated highly). I didn't bother connecting up the freeview box in the end, as I decided I'd rather have the Gamecube Scarted in, and I didn't want to mess about with splitters, preferring to keep the quality as good as I could.

Conclusion: I really didn't know what to expect with this. I'm a bit of a stickler for detail, and some of the more negative posts in the thread made me think I'd be really disappointed. I wanted to dip my toe in the HD waters, but I wasn't prepared to go smaller than 37" and I didn't want to pay more than £450. I've seen a Samsung and a Toshiba running HD output at a friends house, and it's no better than this IMO. They may cope with an SD input better (I haven't seen SD on them, so I can't say), but to pay an extra £200-400 for a feature that will be rendered obsolete in the next few years seems insane. I'm pretty sure when they see the picture quality of mine they'll be shocked.

Thanks OP.
#32
Thought i'd post a follow on to my last post where I nearly gave up on this TV due to ebuyer's lack of help.:x

I managed to find an e-mail address for Hannspree and remarkabley the Taiwanese firm had someone send an immediate response, in perfect english, with the details I needed.

I had the TV mounted on my wall within a day and I am now extremely pleased with this TV.
Full credits go to Hannspree.
For a lesser known electronics company they could shame some of the big names when it comes to quality, value and customer service. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
#33
Just what i've been looking for, ordered it today.

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