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Hanspree 37" LCD HD TV Black 720p - £433.10.

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9y, 7m agoFound 9 years, 7 months ago
From ebuyer, use the £10 google discount, the tv also has free delivery.

This TV is getting rave reviews at AVForums, and now it is incredibly CHEAP! Take note, there are 2 versions of this, JT and YT, there has not been a difinitive conclusion on which is best though. This is the YT version.

£433.10. (inc P&P and google checkout)

Introducing HANNspree Xv Series HDTVs. Finished in high gloss black trim, incorporating HDMI technology and other advanced features like the ATSC tuner and simulated surround sound, HANNspree Xv TVs look and sound great in every room.

Hannspree are renowned for innovative LCD TV design. This 37" HD Ready LCD is one of the best LCD TVs on the market. It has a large viewing angle giving you a perfect image wherever you are sitting. The picture is sharp, the colours are deep and natural, and with a multitude of connections available, this TV is comparable to more expensive brands.
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#1
As usual, every deal starts off cold :roll:

Here are the specs. I think this is the one I am definantly going to order now.

Features[LIST]
[*]37inch Widescreen LCD Panel
[*]HD Ready
[*]8ms Response Time
[*]1366x768 Screen Resolution
[*]Supports 720i, 720p, 1080i
[*]1000:1 Contrast Ratio
[*]16:9 Aspect ratio
[*]500cd/m2 Brightness
[*]170 / 170 degrees viewing angle
[*]Remote Control
[*]Integrated Stereo Speakers[/LIST]
Connections
[LIST]
[*]1 x HDMI input
[*]1 x Component Video Input
[*]2 x Scart Connection (21 pin)
[*]1 x Composite Input
[*]1 x S-Video Input
[*]1 x PC/VGA In
[*]2 x audio line-in ( RCA phono x 2 )
[*]1 x audio line-in ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm )
[*]1 x Headphones Connection[/LIST]Dimensions[LIST]
[*]913 mm x 766 mm x 257 mm
[*]Weight : 24.5kg[/LIST]
#2
I have access to 2 x 26" versions of these and I am impressed. My only quibble is I cannot find a Sky Remote Code for HannsG/Hannspree (the same company).

Nick
#3
HOT HOT HOT! I've just bought one of these and I can only say that I am gutted that I paid a good £50 more for mine. A fantastic set for the price and 2 years manufacturers warranty as well.

Check out the MEGA LENGTHY thread on uber-geeks forum AVForums for further details, and watch your Bravia owning friends weep when you tell them how much your fabulous bit of kit cost!

http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=474454

Its' also got loads of good feedback on MSE

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=375394

From the spec sheet above it looks like the JT version is being offered for sale by ebuyer (tell tale "piano black" finish on the surround), for those in the know about this

gd_miester, don't delay!
#4
*UK mainland shipping only* Typical Ebuyer. I'm from N.Ireland, so no surprise with the way Ebuyer treat us. There's a £15 surcharge for even the smallest item, so it's a big vote for COLD for me!!!
#5
This is definantly the YT version, ebuyer have also listed the JT tv but that is over £100 more.
http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/125720

Phantom - which version do you have JT or YT? How good (or bad) is it with football?

I bought a Digimate from Scan about 7 weeks ago, but returned it because it had SO much bluring and smearing on football (TV) and Pro Evo (PS2).

Infact the smearing was everywhere, even nomal daytime TV.
#6
My dad's after a cheap 40" ish TV.
Does this come with a freeview tuner? Can't see one in the specs posted.

Jav
#7
hmmm £60 more than the Mirai...but an extra 5 inches...

now I'm torn.
I make my order when I get paid on monday...looks like lots of weekend research for me!
#8
Quick question- say a console or pc was connected and then used to browse the internet. Would the text etc be large/clear enough to read from a few feet away?
#9
Yes it would. You can always just zoom the text as well (CTRL & + in firefox)
#10
Excellent price. Well spotted. Heat & rep left
#11
got one of these from Teleland, 5 year guarantee (2 manufacturers and 3 of theirs) £480, delivered. 11 out of 10 for the build quality and picture
HOT HOT HOT:thumbsup:
#12
gd_miester
This is definantly the YT version, ebuyer have also listed the JT tv but that is over £100 more.
http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/125720

Phantom - which version do you have JT or YT? How good (or bad) is it with football?

I bought a Digimate from Scan about 7 weeks ago, but returned it because it had SO much bluring and smearing on football (TV) and Pro Evo (PS2).

Infact the smearing was everywhere, even nomal daytime TV.


Apologies for the mis-information - the description of high gloss finish strongly suggested it's the JT for sale here, but thanks for clarifying gd_miester :thumbsup:

I have a YT. Generally the picture through Sky (I have a PACE digibox, model no escapes me but it's white, not Sky+ though) going through a Thor Scart lead direct to TV is pretty awful. I found a workaround by connecting Sky via scart to my Panasonic DVD recorder, which then outputs through component to the TV's component in. For some reason that enhances the picture quality massively.

My Panny DVD recorder has built in Freeview, so I watched the Champs League match on Tuesday through it. PQ was pretty good I thought. I'm not a total puritan about this sort of thing though. I must admit the picture was not artifact free, the area immediately around the ball for example showed some pixellation, but I used to notice this on my CRT as well and it didn't detract from the experience. I think that issue may be more to do with my Sky box than the TV.

I don't think Sky HD is worth the moment at present but if you are a big sports fan then that could be a possibility to enhance the football experience.

Yes, there is a bit of smearing but no more noticeable than other LCD's in my limited experience. I think smearing is an issue related to response time isn't it? If so then you may need to consider a TV with shorter response time.

Oh and PS2 doesn't look great terrible but then again I don't have component leads for mine and I am probably unfairly comparing with the fantastic HD picture my Xbox 360 produces:-D

For me, at just under £450 notes, I feel it's a lot of TV for not too much money. :thumbsup:
#13
jawaid87
My dad's after a cheap 40" ish TV.
Does this come with a freeview tuner? Can't see one in the specs posted.

Jav


No, no freeview tuner built in
#14
Skullcam
Note that even though it says that the TVs support 1366x768, some users are reporting that they can't get more than 1024x768 via the PC/VGA DSub connection. This might be an issue for users looking to use the TV as a monitor.


This has been the subject of considerable debate at AVforums. I may be wrong (I don't use my YT for PC use) but I thought it was the case that even though it says it supports up to 1366 x 768 resolution the max is 1360 x 768. I'd refer anyone that thinks this could be an issue for them to the Avforums thread for further research before committing.

No I'm not on their payroll! :-D
1 Like #15
Phantom Power
I found a workaround by connecting Sky via scart to my Panasonic DVD recorder, which then outputs through component to the TV's component in. For some reason that enhances the picture quality massively.


Sounds like this TV has a poor SD upscaler. This is common on low cost panels, as the scaler is one of the more expensive components. Samsung's lovely looking panels suffer from exactly this problem.

You must have an upscaler in your DVD recorder. The DVD recorder is taking the SD image, then processing it and sending it to the TV as 720P.

IMHO, this is the BEST way to do it. Scaler technology will cheapen much quicker than the panels. So you're better off buying a panel with a crappy scaler, and sitting a device in the middle to do the scaling for you.

If it wasn't for the fact that I really want a 1080P panel (for PC use) then I'd be buying this one now.
#16
In addition to the poor SD for tv pictures, this would produce very poor results for older consoles as it doesn't specify 480p

My brother has a Evesham set which also cannot handle this. The ps2 produces a very poor picture on this set; though the XBOX 360 picture is handled second to none [for the price].

Obviously Plug in TV game consoles, are a pixelated mess, as are 16 bit consoles such as the megadrive, and the psOne isn't too hot.

However. For the price - this TV does seem a bargain.
#17
i bought this tv last week - paid a bit more, but nevermind. it does 480p fine - ive plugged a few things into it to test out. its got a gorgeous picture with my toppy - and my softmodded xbox is outputting at 720p and 1080i and looking fabulous
#18
surely this is COLD. You can have the new shape version of the Tosh WLT66 (model 32C30.....or something similar) for 485 from curries with any 5% code you can find plus quidco... Why worry about the quality issues with this when you could have one of the best reviewed 32inch LCDs available.
#19
Then I stand corrected :thumbsup:
If it does lower res fine, then this is even more fantastic.


I'm always neverous about the cheaper sets due to my fondness of older generation consoles.
I've compared a friends Toshiba 32wl66 against the Evesham and in that case, the Toshiba handled old consoles very well, whilst the Evesham didn't.
#20
drbell
surely this is COLD. You can have the new shape version of the Tosh WLT66 (model 32C30.....or something similar) for 485 from curries with any 5% code you can find plus quidco... Why worry about the quality issues with this when you could have one of the best reviewed 32inch LCDs available.


But this is a 37" not a 32"
#21
drbell
surely this is COLD. You can have the new shape version of the Tosh WLT66 (model 32C30.....or something similar) for 485 from curries with any 5% code you can find plus quidco... Why worry about the quality issues with this when you could have one of the best reviewed 32inch LCDs available.


I take your point but this Hannspree is a 37inch, not a 32 inch. (Insert extra 5 inches joke here), plus Hannspree offer a 2 year manufaturers warranty - not sure about the Tosh.

I would add that the Tosh was top of my shopping list until the Hannspree came along and again, the threads on the Tosh at AVF suggest some quality issues with that set. :thumbsup:

You pays yer money, you takes yer choice.
#22
drbell
surely this is COLD. You can have the new shape version of the Tosh WLT66 (model 32C30.....or something similar) for 485 from curries with any 5% code you can find plus quidco... Why worry about the quality issues with this when you could have one of the best reviewed 32inch LCDs available.



why would you want 32" when you can have a 37"? even if it has great reviews for a 32", the Hannspree is getting exellent reviews aswell from actual people who live with it everyday not magazines who get a new toy to play with.
#23
The 37" Tosh would set you back about £699.

Over £250 difference, and people have been saying this TV is awesome quality.
#24
drbell
surely this is COLD. You can have the new shape version of the Tosh WLT66 (model 32C30.....or something similar) for 485 from curries with any 5% code you can find plus quidco... Why worry about the quality issues with this when you could have one of the best reviewed 32inch LCDs available.


This is a 37" not a 32". To be honest from the reviews i have read there is no real issue with quality on the Hanspree.

The only issue would be on the res via VGA if you want to use it as a PC monitor.

Voted HOT.
#25
Just ordered mine. Be quick just 7 showing in Stock!!! Now 6 after my order ;o)
#26
5 left, there was about 40 last night when I posted the deal!
#27
Mine is the YT version and its fabulous. I paid £493 from Teleland including delivery about 3 weeks ago but I have got a 5 year guaranteee. If you have a Sky source the picture isn`t quite as good as say an old CRT TV, but I have an upscaling Denon DVD Player and the picture is no different to a Panasonic Viera or any other TV costing a £1000 more. All HD TV`s have slightly inferior pictures with Sky BTW.

Eventually we`ll all be viewing proper HD channels.

Absolute bargain at Ebuyer, no wonder its almost sold out, probally means a new model is coming out BTW.

:santa: :whistling:
#28
milocoon
Mine is the YT version and its fabulous. I paid £493 from Teleland including delivery about 3 weeks ago but I have got a 5 year guaranteee.


I had been looking at buying this from Teleland but never heard of them so thats whats holding me back but the 5 year warranty is very appealing.

Chaas
#29
I like the 5 year warranty but after the makers warranty runs out its a return to teleland for the rest of the 5 years,Ok if you live near London but would cost a heck of a lot to send back there for a repair.
#30
den169
I like the 5 year warranty but after the makers warranty runs out its a return to teleland for the rest of the 5 years,Ok if you live near London but would cost a heck of a lot to send back there for a repair.



Ok i did'nt realise you had to cover the return yourself i thought they would send a courier to collect like some others do so thats not very good value if you have to pay to return it is it .
Think i will go and buy the Ebuyer one then i need to find a stand i am quite fussy and the only one i really like is nearly £400 not sure i can justify that amount for a stand :whistling:

Chaos
#31
Out of stock i bought the last one .Just need someone who knows what they are doing to come and set it all up for me now anyone near Nottingham want to earn a few quid lol.

Chaos
#32
******
I wanted to order one when I get paid on monday.
anyone know where else they are avaiable at a good price?

EDIT - hehehe it bleeps the word bug*er
#33
arcsbite
******
I wanted to order one when I get paid on monday.
anyone know where else they are avaiable at a good price?

EDIT - hehehe it bleeps the word bug*er



they should get some more stock
#34
by monday?

I'm way too impatient lol
#35
i have no idea
just dont spend ur wages just yet
#36
Yeah a great deal - if you like cheap rubbish with awful picture quality and tinny sound - :x
#37
hotdealer123
Yeah a great deal - if you like cheap rubbish with awful picture quality and tinny sound - :x

Do you own this set?
#38
gd_miester
Do you own this set?


With great regret - yes. We had five for the office but since then have all been replaced by quality goods.
#39
any more info on the problem with it before I order?
maybe the Mirai is my best option
#40
Hmm, can anyone backup hotdealer123?

Everyone else seems to speak positive of this tv tbh

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