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Hannspree ST321MNB 32" LCD TV Full HD 1080p £199 @ eBay Ebuyer Outlet
Hannspree ST321MNB 32" LCD TV Full HD 1080p £199 @ eBay Ebuyer Outlet

Hannspree ST321MNB 32" LCD TV Full HD 1080p £199 @ eBay Ebuyer Outlet

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Hannspree ST321MNB 32" LCD TV Full HD1080p 4 x HDMI Black

At an incredibly low price, this represents an attractive invitation into the world of high definition. Enjoy uncompromising full HD visuals thanks to the 1080p specification on the Hannspree ST321MNB. It's ready to display all available Freeview channels in your area, plus the two 10 watt stereo speakers fulfil the viewing experience.

Entering the HDTV arena couldn't be simpler, thanks to four HDMI ports, making it easy to hook up with Blu-ray players, high definition set-top boxes, the latest games consoles and forthcoming Freeview HD boxes. This 32 inch LCD television also comes with sophisticated technology to enhance visuals by eliminating common picture flaws. The end result is the Hannspree ST321MNB is a superb choice for enriching entertainment offerings.

Features:


* 4 x HDMI
* Stereo Speakers
* 3:2 Pull Down
* Digital Noise Reduction
* 500 Teletext Pages
* 3D Comb Filter
* Dynamic Contrast Ratio
* Overdrive Response Time
* VESA 200 x 200 mm

Specifications:


* Diagonal Size : 31.5" (80 cm), TFT LCD
* Colour : Black
* Native Resolution : 1920 x 1080
* Aspect Ratio : 16:9
* Brightness : 500 cd/m2
* Contrast Ratio Typical : 1,300:1
* Dynamic : 10,000:1
* TV System : DVB-T (with Common Interface) / PAL / SECAM
* Response Time : 6ms
* Viewing Angle : 178/178
* Input Video Format : 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576i, 576p, 480i, 480p
* Video Connections : HDMI 1.3 x 4; YPbPr (Component) x 1; Scart Full x 1, Scart Half x 1 480i, 480p, VGA (PC) x 1; Composite x 1, S-Video x 1
* Audio Interface HDMI / PC Line-in input x 1; AV/SV R/L Audio Input x 1; Component R/L Audio Input x 1; Earphone Output x 1
* Stereo Speakers : 2 x 10 Watt
* OSD Languages : 9 (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Hungarian,Dutch,Polish)
* Power Consumption : 115 W (Operation)/<1 W (Standby)
* Dimension (WxHxD) : 79cm x 8.5cm x 52.3cm
* Weight : 12.8 Kg

51 Comments

Banned

Who, for a few £ more you can get a big name tv

Got a 32" Hannspree TV from ebuyer for £300 about 4 years ago. Was very cheap price for a LCD then and the TV is still going strong, my monitor is also a Hannspree and had that about the same amount of time with no problems at all!

I've got a couple of smaller versions of this TV. One had a fault twice and eBuyer customer service was spot on. They collected, fixed and returned with no hassle.

Bargain 32" HD TV for under £200 - HOT from me !

Can't believe how low LCD TV prices have dropped. Surely this can't last? Even though I'm happy with the one I've got, am thinking I ought to buy another and bung it in the garage for when my current TV conks out! Hot! Very Hot!!

my son is a ui GRAPHICS designer and the last time he had me cough up for a monitor upon his business set up he insisted on Hannspree.......

like it.

dont forget to go through quidco or topcashback and that is £4 off plus i get plus points (maybe worth checking out as unsure how i got them from ebay) but that is another £4 back so £8 off, even better bargain. Hot!!

Edited by: "mandles" 18th May 2011

whatsThePoint

Who, for a few £ more you can get a big name tv




How long is the guarantee on a " big name " TV ????

I got a 4yr old one, had a problem within the 2yr collect and repair warranty and its a decent budget TV!

... only one downside for me for a new tv these days.. it hasn't got freeview HD... my current one doesn't have a freeview tuner which is a pain
Edited by: "Max-Power" 18th May 2011

but Hannspree is a big name company who make decent quality products. ....Hot

whatsThePoint

Who, for a few £ more you can get a big name tv



Top deal!

whatsThePoint

Who, for a few £ more you can get a big name tv



How are we judging 'big names' and what's the relationship between name size and quality? Surely your logic would suggest that this Hannspree with 9 characters beats a lot of other 'shorter name' brands? How does LG fit into your arguement because as I understand it, their full name is LG Electronics, should I be counting it as 2 or 13/14 characters?!

BathEcon

How are we judging 'big names' and what's the relationship between name … How are we judging 'big names' and what's the relationship between name size and quality? Surely your logic would suggest that this Hannspree with 9 characters beats a lot of other 'shorter name' brands? How does LG fit into your arguement because as I understand it, their full name is LG Electronics, should I be counting it as 2 or 13/14 characters?!



lol, what are you ranting about?!
Edited by: "Max-Power" 18th May 2011

Good deal.

I recently bought a 32" (HD ready, not full HD like this) Sharp for £184, so it looks like these are steadily dropping in price.

Max-Power

lol, what are you ranting about?!



"BIG NAME" meaning Sony Electronics is a 15, LG is a 2

Infinite Element

Good deal.I recently bought a 32" (HD ready, not full HD like this) Sharp … Good deal.I recently bought a 32" (HD ready, not full HD like this) Sharp for £184, so it looks like these are steadily dropping in price.




With a one year warranty and a feeble sound system.

We have a 25" Hannspree TV and it's stunning on the PS3 and as a PC monitor. Have to say that i'm not quite as impressed with its display quality as a standard Freeview TV.

BathEcon

How are we judging 'big names' and what's the relationship between name … How are we judging 'big names' and what's the relationship between name size and quality? Surely your logic would suggest that this Hannspree with 9 characters beats a lot of other 'shorter name' brands? How does LG fit into your arguement because as I understand it, their full name is LG Electronics, should I be counting it as 2 or 13/14 characters?!


love it

Some people are never happy enough are they? This is a website for those wanting to save money, not spend more because they are insecure about buying anything other than what television and media have indoctrinated / told them to buy.

Hanspree IS a reputable brand and this deal IS hot. People will want this deal because they DON'T want to (or can't afford to) spend an extra 50, 80 quid on something with different letters on the labels on the myth that one brand has less of a chance of breaking down than another.

Max-Power

lol, what are you ranting about?!



He made an amusing joke that you missed.

no USB port - so no ability to play back MP3 / Photo / Movies - this is reflected in the price - still a very good deal at that
Edited by: "dmm1000" 18th May 2011

Excellent price. Thermodynamic transference, engage!

ath007

my son is a ui GRAPHICS designer and the last time he had me cough up for … my son is a ui GRAPHICS designer and the last time he had me cough up for a monitor upon his business set up he insisted on Hannspree.......



Ah well, being as you put the word "graphics" in capital letters, I'm sure you're right.

whatsThePoint

Who, for a few £ more you can get a big name tv



Link?

qwerta369

Ah well, being as you put the word "graphics" in capital letters, I'm … Ah well, being as you put the word "graphics" in capital letters, I'm sure you're right.


His son is GRAPHICS Designer, but why are getting your knickers in a twist! lol

Good price so can't grumble.... a thermal increase should now be noted.

IVE HEARD THAT THEY USE A LOT OF POWER??

Bought one of these last week to replace my ageing CRT bedroom TV. Arrived today. Easy to set up and working within minutes. Only tried it on Freeview so far but greatly impressed both with the look of the TV and its picture quality, which is broadcast channel dependent of course. I'm not normally a great fan of LCD TVs so this is praise indeed. I don't need all the bells and whistles so this is a top telly for the money!

Kellerman

Some people are never happy enough are they? This is a website for those … Some people are never happy enough are they? This is a website for those wanting to save money, not spend more because they are insecure about buying anything other than what television and media have indoctrinated / told them to buy. Hanspree IS a reputable brand and this deal IS hot. People will want this deal because they DON'T want to (or can't afford to) spend an extra 50, 80 quid on something with different letters on the labels on the myth that one brand has less of a chance of breaking down than another.


well said - completely agree.

ath007

my son is a ui GRAPHICS designer and the last time he had me cough up for … my son is a ui GRAPHICS designer and the last time he had me cough up for a monitor upon his business set up he insisted on Hannspree.......



obviously not a good one then, hannspree tv's are not good.....but if you compare this to supermarket brands then its good for the money.....get 6/10 in lot of reviews

i paid about £260 for my sony 403 32in for the bedroom and its fine and has alot of useful features....iplayer, dnla support...pic quality is fine/ok, sound is ok (its weakest bit).
Edited by: "royals" 18th May 2011

Joe90_guy

Can't believe how low LCD TV prices have dropped. Surely this can't last? … Can't believe how low LCD TV prices have dropped. Surely this can't last? Even though I'm happy with the one I've got, am thinking I ought to buy another and bung it in the garage for when my current TV conks out! Hot! Very Hot!!




agreed paid £260 for our sony 32in, yet 4 years ago paid a mega cheap heavily discounted £1450 for our 42in pioneer plasma (was £2200+ everywhere!!)
Edited by: "royals" 18th May 2011

royals

agreed paid £260 for our sony 32in, yet 4 years ago paid a mega cheap … agreed paid £260 for our sony 32in, yet 4 years ago paid a mega cheap heavily discounted £1450 for our 42in pioneer plasma (was £2200+ everywhere!!)




I wouldnt write off the Hanspree off so readily.

Yes, your Sony has lots of features, but this Hanspree is a rock bottom price for a 32" LCD TV. My understanding is that Hanspree have left out features, but have maintained decent image quality, which is the main point in any TV. You should know...you own a Pioneer Kuro, which is reputed to offer image quality that virtually no LCD TV can match. (_;)

Edited by: "sunama" 18th May 2011

This is a great deal if you are someone looking for a Full HD TV on a tight budget.

If you are a videophile though, I'd save a few more pennies to get a TV with a better processor, allowing you to customise the settings to fit your room.

Heat from me.

Josh

I might be completely blind and have missed it listed up there, but does anyone have any idea what the Hz is on this?

EDIT: Is the freeview built-in FreeviewHD also?
Edited by: "Zuzela" 18th May 2011

sunama

Yes, your Sony has lots of features, but this Hanspree is a rock bottom … Yes, your Sony has lots of features, but this Hanspree is a rock bottom price for a 32" LCD TV. My understanding is that Hanspree have left out features, but have maintained decent image quality, which is the main point in any TV.

That is not my experience with the recent SJ 28 deal - the quality was actually pretty terrible with a lot of flaws and unnecessary problems.

However, this is the older ST series, and it has the expected 16:9 aspect ratio, which according to the reviews is quite a bit better. It is 2 year old technology, but it could be quite decent.

Can anybody give it a thorough test - especially about colour rendition, speed, and usefulness as a PC monitor? I don't expect it to stack up to a Sony, but I wonder whether it is decent or crap.

I bought one of these about 2 months ago, its okay if you have a low budget, but otherwise I wouldn't recommend it. The colour quality is crappy (looks really washed out) compared to my 22" 1080p Samsung which I use as a secondary PC monitor to this. The options to adjust the colour are also really limited, there are only about 3 settings, 'Warm', 'Standard' and 'Cool', no saturation or colour sliders or really any advanced settings beyond brightness and contrast.
Also it has this really annoying thing where it randomly gives you a minute's countdown before it turns itself off and you have to press a button on the remote to stop it. VERY annoying when watching a movie or gaming as it blocks off about 1/4 of the screen. I don't think you can turn this off, either.

Also it has no TOSlink port for optical audio.

We've got two Panasonics and a Hannspree. The Hannspree is fine for the PS3 but the Pannies blow it away in pretty much every single respect.

RedOnRed

We've got two Panasonics and a Hannspree. The Hannspree is fine for the … We've got two Panasonics and a Hannspree. The Hannspree is fine for the PS3 but the Pannies blow it away in pretty much every single respect.



Are the prices comparable?
And are the Panasonic TVs LCD?

Bought this about 6 months ago from ebuyer (£269) as a PC Monitor, but had to send it back as it was very poor. Bad colour matching and no 1:1 pixel matching to speak of. Ended up buying a Sony 32" 403 for 299 and was MUCH better.

However, 199 is good for a TV and I was probably expecting too much of it to act as a PC Monitor

sunama

Are the prices comparable?And are the Panasonic TVs LCD?



They're all LCDs and no the prices aren't comparable, but then something half as good is only worth half as much.
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