Hannspree JT01 vs YT07

EazyE

Active Member
Which one is best and why?

I wish the JT model had a glossy finish, it would really go with the PS3.

But which one is best in terms of specs?
 

scribla

Standard Member
Which one is best and why?

I wish the JT model had a glossy finish, it would really go with the PS3.

But which one is best in terms of specs?

The JT has the better specs and a high gloss finish.
The YT isn't even worth considering when you could have a JT IMO.
 

Revolution420

Standard Member
The JT is the one with the glossy black finish, with better specs, while the YT is the one with lower specs and matt finish.
if i were you choose the JT, as it looks nicer and has better specs.
so:
JT: Glossy Finish, Better Specs
YT: Matt Finish, Lower Specs
 
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lewimc88

Guest
Its a toss up really either Hannspree JT or the Mirai 32V200?

Which one is better for gaming and using as a PC monitor?
 

EazyE

Active Member
Jt is the better one hands down then. Thats 100% made my mind up.

I dont get why people buy from Directtv's when its cheaper at Intekx and you get 2 years warrenty, all you have to do is wait 5 days for stock.
 

EazyE

Active Member
Can anyone tell me exaclty what you get in the box?
Is it just a tv and remote and instructions?
 

77KWC

Standard Member
Can anyone tell me exaclty what you get in the box?
Is it just a tv and remote and instructions?

Yes, what more do you expect? :D

audio cable, D-Sub (VGA) cable, power plugs (UK + Europe)...etc
 

EazyE

Active Member
Yes, what more do you expect? :D

audio cable, D-Sub (VGA) cable, power plugs (UK + Europe)...etc

Yes i would expect the things you listed above. a HDMI cable would be good as well.
Although no other TV's come with those things so no negatives towards Hannz
 

KenMavor

Standard Member
Yes, what more do you expect? :D

audio cable, D-Sub (VGA) cable, power plugs (UK + Europe)...etc

Would suggest that most people will have those cables already in their existing set up and hence I'd rather the manufacturers spend another £30 on the tele.

JT wins hands down over YT but then again that's 'cos I've got one. Finish is glossy.
 

EazyE

Active Member
Would suggest that most people will have those cables already in their existing set up and hence I'd rather the manufacturers spend another £30 on the tele.

JT wins hands down over YT but then again that's 'cos I've got one. Finish is glossy.

Not if you are upgrading from SD to HD.

Doesnt the tv even come with a cleaning cloth?
 

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