Hannspree Xv JT02-37E2-000G 37" HD Ready LCD TV Black 1366x768 1200:1 - £359.98 delivered @ Clearance buys ! - HotUKDeals
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Hannspree Xv JT02-37E2-000G 37" HD Ready LCD TV Black 1366x768 1200:1 - £359.98 delivered @ Clearance buys !

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* Screen Size 37" * HD Ready * 1366 x 768 WXGA Resolution * Aspect Ratio 16:9 * 500 cd/m Brightness * Contrast Ratio 1200:1 * Response Time 8ms * Viewing Angle 176º… Read More
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9y, 5m agoFound 9 years, 5 months ago
* Screen Size 37"
* HD Ready
* 1366 x 768 WXGA Resolution
* Aspect Ratio 16:9
* 500 cd/m Brightness
* Contrast Ratio 1200:1
* Response Time 8ms
* Viewing Angle 176º (H) / 176º (V)
* 2x 10W Speakers
* Vesa Mounting 200mm x 400mm
* 2x Scart
* 1x Composite CVBS
* 1x Component input
* 2x HDMI
* 1x PC Input (VGA)
* Dimensions 941(W) mm x 295(D) mm x 726(H) mm
* Weight 26kgs
* 2 Year Manufacturers Warranty
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#1
Good TV at a good price. If you're going to invest in one of these then make sure you get something that upscales, as SD doesn't upscale well on this particular set.
#2
Thanks that's £10 less than ebuyer can't find it anywhere else cheaper and there are loads of positive reviews on ebuyer too I'm very seriously considering this one!
[mod]#3
Thanks superdudeo, I've updated your title to include a price and retailer name and added an image to your post.

http://www.clearancebuys.co.uk/images/P/Hannspree-37-jt02.jpg

Introducing the Hannspree JT02-37E2-000G. Finished in high gloss black trim, incorporating HDMI technology and other advanced features like the ATSC tuner and simulated surround sound, Hannspree TVs look and sound great in every room.

Hannspree is renowened 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.
#4
Av forums concerning this TV here:

http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=474454&highlight=hannspree&page=116

and an impartial review of the 32" version here which I think could be relevant:

http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2008/02/05/Hannspree-XV32-GT-32in-LCD-TV/p1

it's certainly the cheapest I could find unless anyone else knows of anywhere?
#6
I bought this TV around 7 months ago for £380 and its a great set. We used as a 2nd set
Remote isnt very good and a bit top heavy on the stand, but can be wall mounted.
#7
I have the 32" version of this and cant fault it although i would agree that the normal TV viewing is not the best (SD viewing). With a TV of this size i would recommend a TV with a lot better contrast ratio.
#8
I have both 32" and 37" versions. Well worth the money. Heat added.
#9
Bit dubious after reading some of the AVF pages... I'll sleep on this I reckon!?!
#10
got one of these & it a excellent tv for the price.Only negative is there is no sky remote code for it.
#11
ThunderBolt
Bit dubious after reading some of the AVF pages... I'll sleep on this I reckon!?!


Some of the posters on AVForums tend to be a bit snobbish, comparing everything to the top end Sony or Panasonic displays they're used to. If you review this set objectively, most people would agree it's excellent quality for they price offered - if you're on a budget, Hannspree is the make to go for!*


* In my opinion ;-)
banned#12
unless you want to be immensley disappointed refrain from wasting any money or time on this set.
#13
agreed, its a great set i have the 32 inch one is is great for sky, dvds, xbox n pc. alot of people on av forums site cry and send back their high end sets etc if it flashes for half a millisecond or smells funny ;-)
#14
Roccostan
unless you want to be immensley disappointed refrain from wasting any money or time on this set.


I agree, because the quality of this set is nowhere near as good as a £1000+ sony set :roll: .
banned#15
jukkie
I agree, because the quality of this set is nowhere near as good as a £1000+ sony set :roll: .


your sarcasm is baseless, Im not comparing this TV to any branded tv costing around £1000. I read the 80 odd positive reviews on Ebuyer and ordered one, fast delivery, great service, and hooked up to my laptop I watched some HD clips and the results were awesome. So if you want this tv to watch HD TV via a HD box or DVD player then great, but if like me you are just looking for a new tv to watch via your standard sky plus box then dont waste your money this really is rubbish for that. I ordered one returned it, then ordered another just in case i originally had a faulty one but again same poor poor quality screen. For an extra £30 ive just bought a 32" samsung from Costco with 3 year warranty and it excellent on standard tv. ok i know its not a 37" but i found the 37" stupidly big and frustrating to the eyes in my avg sized living room.

So dont mislead genuine people like me here who are trying to buy a decent telly for the first time. I havent voted this cold because for the price its really good only if you are watching hi-def but for standard tv its poor..so keep away. and avoid wasting your time.

Also why would you pay £10 less to buy from this retailer, havent a clue who they are ebuyer are excellent, deliver in 2 days for free, collected n 2 days and refunded my money in two days on both times i had ordered.
#16
I have the YT08 (Matt effect surround) version in a 37"
stunning TV, it's no 50" Sony Plasma but I love it.
#17
Im really happy with mine.

A friend of mine has a samsung 37" and i really cant tell any difference, definatly not with the 360 and ps3.
#18
Roccostan
So dont mislead genuine people like me here who are trying to buy a decent telly for the first time.



Surely you have done the same thing. I have the YT08 version of this TV and agree that SD up-converting isn't great. But I use the TV for BBC HD, Xbox 360, PS3, Blu-Ray and Apple-TV Movies...all of which are HD....this TV is perfect for me, and if I didn't own one, your random comment of how it's disappointing, with no explanation would put me off also.
#19
If you want this as a second tv then i would go for it. Dont let me off put you but for an extra £50+ you can get a decent samsung. Good deal though!
#20
If I run this set from my PC VGA to the HDMI on the T.V will there be any problems from what you are saying?
#21
superdudeo
If I run this set from my PC VGA to the HDMI on the T.V will there be any problems from what you are saying?


you'll get no sound
otherwise would be fine, I use my macbook DVI-HDMI on occasion
#22
Ok stupid question. If I watch normal T.V through freeview box then are you saying the picture is not that good?
#23
Voted cold. £40 delivery charge to N.Ireland.Outrageous!
#24
Had the 32" version for about 8 months great value no problems to report,great with 360 & i do have upscaling dvd so Divix look fine
#25
Paesar;1606138
Voted cold. £40 delivery charge to N.Ireland.Outrageous!

That's nowt....
Dell charged me £60 for delivering a mini-pc in the uk!
#26
Just to address the SD picture issue more fully:

The problem is the upscaler built into the TV is rubbish. £40 gets a decent DVD upscaler. £78 gets the EP30, which is not only the best sub £100 upscaler, you also get the opportunity to watch genuine HD on a budget.

For cable/sky/freeview then the best option is to buy an upscaling DVD recorder. A good model sets you back £160, but it will upscale the picture far better than even the most expensive LCD will.

The other point to consider is that even the so called prestige makes have their poor points. The avforums has threads on Sony, Toshiba, and Samsung LCDs that are twice the price, but have all manner of issues (the noisiness of the Toshiba being a particularly sore subject).

If you can afford another £150 then you will probably be able to get a slightly better TV IMO, but if you spend that £150 on stuff to improve the quality of this one then not only will you have more stuff, you'll also have a setup that will beat the £500 rivals.
#27
I have had one of these on my bedroom wall for about 4 months now (this 37" not the 32") and can't fault it for the price. I don't think I would have it as my main set in the living room but it is above average, what more can you ask from a set at this price!
#28
I too have both the 32" and 37" as bedroom TV's (both wall mounted), and must say that neither can be faulted for the dosh (£299 & £369)

I'm not upscaling from any source, but can't really fault the picture on either.

Heat+ Rep+
#29
In my experience some people just physically are unable to judge picture quality. Like a big mental blind spot, depressing really.
#30
dont get sucked in by ebuyers reviews as they filter the bad reviews out,you will never find a really bad review on there.......:x
#31
I have this TV and think it's great.

Obvsiouly it's not going to be as good as a £1000 set, but it's fantastic value for money and I simply cannot tell the difference in picture quality between this one and my friend's Sony Bravia 42" which cost of £1,300 (42"). What is clearly different is the sound quality, remote control and software on the unit, the Sony is significantly better but not by that much. Unless you need true HD, fantastic 5.1 sound, this TV is perfect for Sky viewing or XBOX360 (HDMI), just get a seperate speaker system.

Great TV at this price, voted HOT!
#32
great price heat added and rep
#33
Mine arrived today and it was great but has already developed a fault the picture has gone green and blocky on every source so going back monday for replacement great apart from that!
#34
do you know what version firmware it has?
#35
Yeah it's a V04, why any tips that might help?
#36
unfortunately not I was just checking as I know some people were getting v1 shipped with theirs which might explain your problem.

Did you get it through clearance buys? How was the customer service?

I am in 2 minds whether to go for this or pay a bit more for samsung. I'm swaying towards samsung cos can't be hassled with getting a duff one
#37
I went with ebuyer in the end as although it was an extra £10 they did free next day delivery rather than 2-5 days at clearance buys which I thought was fair enough, also ebuyer have always been good on returns in the past for me, If it helps it was very impressive until i had this problem, tried xbox 360 through vga, pc through hdmi playing hd and didn't suffer from any of the problems mentioned in the avforums thread.
#38
yes ebuyer is probably a better bet. thanks for the info keep us updated with the return. I'm off to richer sounds to get a samsung hopefully

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