Misco.co.uk - Hannspree ST321MBB 32 Full HD, Freeview LCD TV & 2 year warrantee @ "329.99
Misco.co.uk - Hannspree ST321MBB 32 Full HD, Freeview LCD TV & 2 year warrantee @ "329.99

Misco.co.uk - Hannspree ST321MBB 32 Full HD, Freeview LCD TV & 2 year warrantee @ "329.99

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Hannspree ST321MBB 32 Full HD, Freeview LCD TV.

Thought this was a pretty good deal. Not one of the big brand, but with many of the panels among TV's being made by the same manufacturers anyway it's not always that improtant.

nice 2 year warrantee, loads of connections, and....big selling point...full HD. 1080p. no HD ready rubbish. Heres some more info

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 ST321MBB. 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 ST321MBB is a superb choice for enriching entertainment offerings.


* 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


Fairly average reviews for a fairly average tv, at a very afforable price.


For 32" 720p res is fine as long as you're not sitting virtually in front of the TV, so IMO there are much better branded options available, including some cracking deals for 32" LCD's from both M&S and Richer Sounds.

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I have a feeling this thread is going to be on the balance of a 720p Vs 1080p preference. i, for one, will always prefer the 1080p, and can notice the differences.

My brother has a 37inch 720p television, and i have a 24" 1080p monitor. I prefer the look of the content on my monitor due to the 1080p capabilities, regardless of the screen size.

none-the-less, for the 1080p features, surely this post is not 'cold'

I bought the Hannspree Xv-S 37" 1080 for less than this 3 years ago.. Not voting hot or cold, as HANNspree as a brand I think are absolutely fantastic - The picture quality and resilience of the TV are amazing.. However, I think this is a bit over the odds for the screen size and resolution..

I'd rather go for either of these if I wanted a 32" 1080p tv...


On a side note, I wouldn't even bother paying for a full hd tv in anything less than a 37". Anything less than that and you cant even see a real difference from 720 and 1080 due to the screen size.


Hannspree seem to get lots of good reviews.
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