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Hannspree 32" HD Ready LCD TV - £299 delivered !
Hannspree 32" HD Ready LCD TV - £299 delivered !

Hannspree 32" HD Ready LCD TV - £299 delivered !

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Hannspree 32" HD Ready LCD TV - £299 delivered @ DABS.com !

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Description : Continuing Hannspree's unique lifestyle selections, the company brings you the best of both elegance and simplicity. The XV Series design is remarkable; the range of functions and user-friendly interface brings digital technology into your home, becoming part of your life. XV Series is not only a bold statement of style, it is a dynamic device painstakingly designed to exceed the consumer's expectations.

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great deal if its the E2 model - which it states that it is in the title.

however, description relates to the lesser, older model so be wary.

advantages of e2: 2 x hdmi; 1200:1 contrast ratio; 550 cd/m brightness

disadvantage: no PIP or POP

It's also £298.50 here :

]http//ww…142

And they defintely confirm it's the E2 model.

Not sure how much delivery is though.

how come dabs are not referring to the brand ,just says dabs value, sounds well dodgy,also doesnt say on dabs if newer model,bit of a gamble to say the least ordering from dabs

Bully

how come dabs are not referring to the brand ,just says dabs value, … how come dabs are not referring to the brand ,just says dabs value, sounds well dodgy,also doesnt say on dabs if newer model,bit of a gamble to say the least ordering from dabs



Hmm, yeah, companies often do that with cheaper/generic/less known brands so they can switch to another model/brand TV if they run out of stock without notice. But they do list the full specs so they'd really have to find one with identical specs... It's possible though, a lot of these TVs use essentially the same panels.

I never vote on these cheap screens as I have no idea of the quality of the picture. I'd rather go with a recognised brand set and only if I can get a proper demo in a shop but if you insist on a 32" LCD and you only have £300 then you have little choice I guess

They also have this at empire direct in store price £299 but not sure if its the latest model,they also have a 37 in hitachi for £449... prob not a bargain but not bad ...:whistling:

avforums.com/for…400

long thread, 72 pages.

some love it, some dont.

got one for no. one son, he loves it.

toad

Bought this TV from Saverstore (after alert on this forum) and can very highly recommend!! :thumbsup:

Is this any good with 360 HD gaming? I can't read all 72 pages on AV :?

Goldenballs

Is this any good with 360 HD gaming? I can't read all 72 pages on AV :?



yeah, that's the really annoying thing about that place! They should have a poll for each TV thread and allow owners of the screen and people who have demoed it to rate it out of 10.

Goldenballs

Is this any good with 360 HD gaming? I can't read all 72 pages on AV



I bought this set (the E2) just for Xbox 360 after reading the 72 odd pages on AV forums. It's absolutely amazing, it's been in for a month now. I've set it up next to my Samsung 40" with my Sky HD box and the panel is every bit as good as the Samsung. The sound isn't up to much, but I use an AV amp anyway for full Dolby Digital action.

This really is the best £300 you can spend on a set. Obviously you can pay more for a 'brand name' but if thats all you got then this will serve you very well indeed.

easycruise

I bought this set (the E2) just for Xbox 360 after reading the 72 odd … I bought this set (the E2) just for Xbox 360 after reading the 72 odd pages on AV forums. It's absolutely amazing, it's been in for a month now. I've set it up next to my Samsung 40" with my Sky HD box and the panel is every bit as good as the Samsung. The sound isn't up to much, but I use an AV amp anyway for full Dolby Digital action.This really is the best £300 you can spend on a set. Obviously you can pay more for a 'brand name' but if thats all you got then this will serve you very well indeed.



Thanks for that:thumbsup:

What's it like with normal tv, or freeview?

Goldenballs

Thanks for that:thumbsup: What's it like with normal tv, or freeview?



Standard def will never look as good as on a CRT, thats the LCD way, but it's perfectly acceptable once you get used to it.

Normal TV looks pretty good, surprised me anyway. Component for PS2/Xbox is great, as is DVD via HDMI upscaling, but it depends alot on the quality of the DVD encoding. Cable though is disappointing on most channels, but this is down to bandwidth issues, not the TV - and channels like Sci-fi, who have larger free bandwidth, look great - in contrast five looks appalling.
Overall though this is an amazing TV for the price - as with all LCD, it just needs decent a source.

Thanks for your help guys, looks like this is the one for me then.

Mecoconuts

It's also £298.50 here … It's also £298.50 here :]http://www.intekx.com/product_info.php?cPath=17&products_id=142And they defintely confirm it's the E2 model.Not sure how much delivery is though.



£12 delivery. Anywhere sub £300 inc delivery?

eBuyer cancelled my order for the same tv which they are awaiting stock delivery.

Misco have it in stock now - £299 + £9.50 delivery
With 5% cashback at Quidco it will bring it down sub £300.

Another sale lost for eBuyer
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