HANNSPREE XV32 32" HD Ready LCD-TV - £405.87 Delivered + 5% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Introducing HANNspree Xv Series of 32" HDTV sets. Finished in a high gloss black trim, incorporating HDMI technology and other advanced features such as simulated surround sound, HANNspree Xv TVs look and sound great in every room. The HANNspree Xv big screen is perfect for sporting action, a true home cinema experience, vivid realism from documentaries or simply hook it up to your PC or game console for an immersive gaming fantasy. You get the picture. Versatility, connectivity, and performance set the HANNspree Xv apart. But HANNspree Xv's value puts it in a league of its own.

Features: Powerful Scaling and Zooming Engine | 2D Comb Filter | De-interlace Image Enhancement | Colour Temperature Adjustment | Picture in Picture | OSD Function | IR Remote Control | Sleep Timer | Teletext Pages | Channel Return


Specifications: Product Description Hannspree 32" XV32 HD Ready LCD Television | Diagonal Size 32" | Colour Black | Device Type LCD TV - Colour | Max Resolution 1366 x 768 WXGA | Built-in Devices 2 x 10 Watt Stereo | Speakers | Interface HDMI | Response Time 8 ms | Image Brightness 550 cd/m2 | Image Contrast Ratio 1000:1 | Display 16.7 million colours | Viewing Angle 170°/170° | Aspect Ratio 16:9 | Dimensions 808 x 210 x 800 mm | Weight 21.8 k

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#1
Looks very nice :)
Thanks.

http://img.systemaxdev.com/productmedia/H/H-HNS/45c86931-f465-4778-bc64-3a69a2701dc7_CTEN_500x500.jpg
#2
Ordered one on Sunday, being delivered today, will post verdict
#3
Doesn't look a bad deal. As its not mentioned on the Hannspree website I rang Misco to ask if it had a secam tuner and was told yes, then rang Hannspree distributor here and told no, so confusion reigns. If anybody gets one can they let me know if it has a Secam tuner or not. Regards:)
#4
Bogart
Doesn't look a bad deal. As its not mentioned on the Hannspree website I rang Misco to ask if it had a secam tuner and was told yes, then rang Hannspree distributor here and told no, so confusion reigns. If anybody gets one can they let me know if it has a Secam tuner or not. Regards:)


Why do you want a SECAM tuner - that for the French TV system isn't it?
#5
The basic specs only mention a HDMI interface, but it has a huge amount of inputs:
1 x Composite CVBS Input, 1 x S-Video Input, 1 x Component Input, 1 x HDMI, 1 x SCART 1 + 2 , 1 x VGA, 2 x Audio Input, 1 x PC Audio Input, 1 x Audio Output, 1 x Earphone Output

I wish I could convince my wife but I'd end up with a lovely telly and the box it came in to sleep in.
#6
Sounds like a knock-off company. Using the execellent, Hanns-G brand name for their own sound-a-like. Decent price, Response Time 8 ms is good enough for game consoles.
#7
secretjedi
Sounds like a knock-off company. Using the execellent, Hanns-G brand name for their own sound-a-like. Decent price, Response Time 8 ms is good enough for game consoles.


lol its the same company secretjedi. http://www.hannspree.com/eu/en/ and http://www.hannsg.com/eu/en/ Hannspree seemingly just use the HannsG name for monitors
#8
paceCETTA
lol its the same company secretjedi. http://www.hannspree.com/eu/en/ and http://www.hannsg.com/eu/en/ Hannspree seemingly just use the HannsG name for monitors


D'oh!

If its anything like their monitors, then it should be decent.
#9
Decent looking TV as well, I wonder how it compares to other budget sub £500 LCD HDTVs?

Anyone have any opinions?
#10
gd_miester
Decent looking TV as well, I wonder how it compares to other budget sub £500 LCD HDTVs?

Anyone have any opinions?


Found this on the avforums :

"Just bought one of these from directtvs for £395 and am extremely impressed with the HD quality and even standard SD looks good-using it as a monitor for my laptop at the moment and it's crystal clear.I'm tempted to flog my PW6 and get another one for the lounge!"

Seems pretty good.
#11
ctdctd
Why do you want a SECAM tuner - that for the French TV system isn't it?

Y:)

Yes thats correct,. As im of to France later this year thought prudent to get one that works over there as well.

Regards
#12
so what is the spec we should all bee looking at when hunting for a good LCD screen then? I'm really confused.
#13
Anyone else think the sizes are odd 808 by 800 it doesn't look that square in the pictures
#14
iloveabargain
Anyone else think the sizes are odd 808 by 800 it doesn't look that square in the pictures


It appears to be an errors, it should be Dimensions (WxHxD) : 908 x 800 x 320
#15
Nice find :) Thanks for this inad68 and Hannspree are as HannsG brand [as mentioned above]. Their monitors come recommended and the spec of this looks excellent for the price. Bet they sell out pretty quick!

Welcome to HotUKDeals new members here by the way ;-)
#16
rayman
Bet they sell out pretty quick!


If they sell out, you can always buy it here. It's £394.97 + £9.95 (delivery) = £404.92, but you don't get any Quidco.
#17
Does anyone know what panel this uses? Is one HDMI interface enough? And contrast ratio is only 1000, i've seen others with 1200. And the response time is a bit low compared to the AOC.

I really need a TV quick, what would be the best sub £500 LCD HDTV. How does this compare to the Teco / Bigpockets (AOC) / Tesco's etc - all which are in the £400 'ish price range.
#18
got mine delivered last night, very impressed. Took me a whole to figure out how to improve the freeview picture but in the end had to (i think) turn the RGB to low. Excellent picture from the DVD player, definately money well spent. Trying to figure out where to store the box without telling the neighbours i have a new tv lol
#19
dj0586
got mine delivered last night, very impressed. Took me a whole to figure out how to improve the freeview picture but in the end had to (i think) turn the RGB to low. Excellent picture from the DVD player, definately money well spent. Trying to figure out where to store the box without telling the neighbours i have a new tv lol


did you manage to measure it for me
thanks
#20
DJ058 can you tell me if the set has a SECAM tuner? Cheers
#21
can this be wall mounted?

and is it better than the AOC which is here?

The AOC has slightly better specs but doesnt look as nice... but i'm not sure if either are wall mountable.

:thinking:
#22
any experts out there that can give advice on the spec of this lcd? I'm not sure exactly what I should be looking out for. I guess all I am thining I need to know is:

How good the brightness is?
Can you see the screen from extreme angles?
is the freeview tuner any good?

anything else?
#23
Right, I think I am going to go for this exact TV sometime this week.

Reviews are starting to come in across other forums - all seem to be positive :).


It was intially a choice between teh Hannspree, AOC and Mirai. The Hanspree has the lowest specs of the three, but I am opting for it because it looks the best IMO, im hoping that there isnt any differenc in quality.

below is a comment from Blister69 from MSE:

"[SIZE=2]Just thought I'd add my two pence worth on this thread as I've been in two minds about an LCD tv for months now. With the constant discussions about which has the better picture between CRT & LCD, and whether or not it's worth paying the extra couple of hundred for a "known make" or not, it has been a confusing decision.

As it happens my girlfriend wanted to get one for her place too, so we both went for the plunge. I ended up going for the Toshiba 32WL66 from Digital Direct listed on another thread for £479, and I'm very pleased with the set. Compared to my 28" crt all I can say is that the picture is different. Watching Sky is not quite as sharp, but games, PC and DVD's are all much improved with the new set. To be honest after watching a program on sky for about 15 minutes you don't even think about the difference in quality between CRT & LCD as the difference is so small. I can recommend the set and Digital Direct.

However, my girlfriend went for the Hanspree 32" from Intekx for £357.50 as she didn't want to spend the extra. I have to say that this is the set that is most value for money! The set is very close to the quality of the Toshiba, it's well built and has a lovely picture. With a little tweaking of the settings the picture was improved further still. Hand on heart I'm not sure that the Toshiba is £130 better. One of the most impressive things about this TV was the service from the seller. Intekx were fast to respond to all my queries before the sale, numerous emails detailing the order process and received the set the next day as promised. I was a bit wary of a company that uses Paypal to take payment for goods and to those that are put off with the idea there is nothing to worry about.

All in all I'm very very happy I made the move to LCD, and so is my girlfriend. I hope this helps someone to make a decision that isn't one of the easiest at the moment. If not then at least it's a short review of the televisions we bought.

Sorry I haven't added the links to the tv's but they are on the first page of the thread.

Blister
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#24
Also, this thread has some reviews and pictures, from AV forums.

http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?p=4361555#post4361555
#25
hey gd_miester, I lie the look of that Toshiba 32WL66 and it seems like only 116mm deep compared to the Hanspree which is 210mm!

I'm wondering who does the slimest fixed bracket for a 32" as I really want to get it as close to the wall as possible?
#26
£50 cheaper here - http://www.intekx.com/product_info.php?products_id=105

Had to vote cold I'm afraid.
#27
The Intex list the contrast ratio as 750:1, I emailed them about this, and they said that the specs listed are correct - so it may be a different / older model.

And after quidco, it only makes it about £15 difference.
#28
i think this has come down in price as following the link its £370 before delivery and the dearest delivery is £22.45 for next day before 10.30 or just 9.50 for 3 days which will give me time to put together my flat packed unit
thanks
#29
Digged up some pictures from avforums guys, apparantly this is the best budget tv (beating Mirari and AOC, Techwood)

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v216/swigsy/IMG_0906.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v216/swigsy/IMG_0903.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v216/swigsy/IMG_0902.jpg

Looks pretty stunning to me, going to buy it next month after sending my AOC back with HDMI problems and i didnt like the mirai anyway.
#30
gd_miester
Also, this thread has some reviews and pictures, from AV forums.

http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?p=4361555#post4361555


Didnt notice your post mate sorry, im sure if sombody went through the thread they would of seen the pictures ive posted.
:-(
#31
Ratty241
Didnt notice your post mate sorry, im sure if sombody went through the thread they would of seen the pictures ive posted.
:-(


No probs, were all in this together - :thumbsup::).


Fingers crossed, I will order this week from Misco, and Ill definantly put a review up.
#32
I'm looking at the dimensions of this, (WxHxD) : 908 x 800 x 320. Isn't 320 a bit on the deep side?
#33
thecount
I'm looking at the dimensions of this, (WxHxD) : 908 x 800 x 320. Isn't 320 a bit on the deep side?



checking on the site the spec is

Dimensions 810 mm x 650 mm x 257 mm ( W x H x D ) so approx 10inches
#34
that seem pretty deep to me. Compare it to the Hitachi:



it's only 116mm?
#35
grieves
err just wondering
is this TV from ebay store the same one £363+£16.95 delivery??
Please don't post links to eBay in the forums! Thanks :)
#36
ive had mine a week its gr8 mine was only 320 delivered
#37
How did you get it so cheap?
#38
£320 delivered....? Please tell us more :)
#39
now I'm torn
I was looking into the Hans, but now I've heard a lot of good things about the Mirai.
*sigh*

I'll be using HDMI for the apple TV and VGA/Component for the 360

anyone know which is the best option?
and also who offers the best price on these at the mo?
#40
WARNING about Intekx & the 32" Hannspree model:

[ http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?p=4996265 ]

BFN,

fp.

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