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Hannspree HT11 19" 'Tokyo' HD Ready Freeview LCD TV - £139.99 @ Play
Hannspree HT11 19" 'Tokyo' HD Ready Freeview LCD TV - £139.99 @ Play

Hannspree HT11 19" 'Tokyo' HD Ready Freeview LCD TV - £139.99 @ Play

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The HT11 from HANNSpree is an ideal 'second' TV solution which delivers performance and style to any room in the house.

The HT11 offers a practical yet reasonable 19" screen with a super wide viewing angle of 170º to ensure visual perfection no matter where you watch from.

The HT11 boasts a HD ready 1280x1024 resolution, twin TV tuners (including a digital tuner delivering the full Freeview channel line up) and 252 page teletext.

It also boasts a 1000:1 contrast ratio, 5ms response time and a brightness of 300cd/m² and a wealth of connectivity including HDMI input to hook up to state of the art add-on devices such as games consoles.

Not bad for £139.99?

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I have this TV, bought from Misco for £99.99 in December.
Things to note, the sound is very poor, not very loud. It's fine in a small kitchen but it was no good in the bedroom or conservatory. The picture is not great, the presets for picture are useless and it takes ages fiddling with the colour/brightness/contrast to get it right. The digital tuner is not great, I had to use a signal booster to get all of the digital channels. There is no telext on the digital tuner, so the "red button" doesn't work, you need to go to channel 301/302/303 for the interactive channels. The TV ratio is 5:4, not the usual 4:3 or widescreen 16:9, so you end up with large slabs of black top and bottom.
In my opinion it is basically a computer monitor with tuners, it is adequate but for £140 there are better offerings out there.

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I have this TV, bought from Misco for £99.99 in December.Things to note, … I have this TV, bought from Misco for £99.99 in December.Things to note, the sound is very poor, not very loud. It's fine in a small kitchen but it was no good in the bedroom or conservatory. The picture is not great, the presets for picture are useless and it takes ages fiddling with the colour/brightness/contrast to get it right. The digital tuner is not great, I had to use a signal booster to get all of the digital channels. There is no telext on the digital tuner, so the "red button" doesn't work, you need to go to channel 301/302/303 for the interactive channels. The TV ratio is 5:4, not the usual 4:3 or widescreen 16:9, so you end up with large slabs of black top and bottom.In my opinion it is basically a computer monitor with tuners, it is adequate but for £140 there are better offerings out there.



Okay mate. Cheers for the reply :thumbsup:

What would u suggest as alternative?

At the time Argos had a couple of decent 19" tv's for less than £150, and the supermarkets always have decent prices (but the quaity might be indifferent)
I've just bought a 22" Technika TV from Tesco, which has digital and analogue tuners, plus DVD player for £185.
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