Bush 32in Full HD 1080p Digital LCD TV - £299.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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I'm looking for a 32 inch Full HD television and I can't find another anywhere near this price, seems to get excellent reviews on the Argos website too.

I know HD Ready TVs can be had for less but they're only go up to 720 resolution whereas this has the full 1080.

# Full HD (1080p).
# Integrated digital (freeview).
# 32in (81cm) widescreen TV with 81cm visible screen size.
# Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
# 50Hz.
# Brightness 500cd/m2.
# Contrast ratio 1,500:1 Dynamic.
# Response time 6ms.
# Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
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#1
Full HD can only be truly seen in 40inch or bigger TVs. Human eyes cannot see the differences when they watch smaller TVs.

The contrast ratio of this Bush TV is laughable.

And last but not least, this is your first post, which looks very suspicious. I have reason to believe you want to post a free Ad here, not something truly hot.
#2
lequynh78
And last but not least, this is your first post, which looks very suspicious. I have reason to believe you want to post a free Ad here, not something truly hot.

Bit unfair, just never had reason to sign up before. I don't have anything to sell!

So you're saying this TV isn't very good then? This is mainly for gaming, would I get better results from a better quality HD Ready TV than I would from this?
#3
lequynh78
Full HD can only be truly seen in 40inch or bigger TVs. Human eyes cannot see the differences when they watch smaller TVs.

The contrast ratio of this Bush TV is laughable.

And last but not least, this is your first post, which looks very suspicious. I have reason to believe you want to post a free Ad here, not something truly hot.


Unless you play games on it, at which point the comment is irrelevant as I can certainly on my 15.4inch screen on my laptop tell the extra 360 odd pixels.
#4
I bought an alba 32" from argos 2 days ago for 249. Took weeks making my decision. Read so many stories on here, don't buy crap brands spend an extra 100 and get a samsung. Well i now have a samsung and an alba. I cannot see any difference. Loving the alba so far. Yes it might not last 10 years but my bro's £900 samsung lasted 2 years.
#5
mcnally32
I bought an alba 32" from argos 2 days ago for 249. Took weeks making my decision. Read so many stories on here, don't buy crap brands spend an extra 100 and get a samsung. Well i now have a samsung and an alba. I cannot see any difference. Loving the alba so far. Yes it might not last 10 years but my bro's £900 samsung lasted 2 years.


I have to say my Bush TV from argos also is still going strong 2.5 years on. I even have the extended argos warranty but seems like it is luckily going to be a waste of money for me :-D

To be honest I quite highly rate Bush as they seem to do a good job with the products in terms of good price and reasonable quality. They don't look fantastic like samsung or sonys do but I can live with that. I remember a time when the main and only TV had clicky buttons.
#6
A quick search on comparison sites can show you that you can buy 32'' LCD TV from brands like Samsung, LG for about £300 or 20 more.

Bush may be a reliable TV for some people, I respect that. But its brand name can never be said to be strong. Therefore £299.99, at best, is a normal price for a normal company.
banned#7
yeh but they are 720p rather than 1080p like this one. Good deal but i would rather spend £100 extra on a samsung.
#8
i personally wouldnt reccomend Bush having already owned one previously from Argos..it packed in after 15 months.....thanks to some great info on here i managed to get a brand new TV...as far as am aware Bush is made in Turkey and doesnt have the same good stand in had 20 years ago or so.
#9
Astec123
I have to say my Bush TV from argos also is still going strong 2.5 years on. I even have the extended argos warranty but seems like it is luckily going to be a waste of money for me :-D

To be honest I quite highly rate Bush as they seem to do a good job with the products in terms of good price and reasonable quality. They don't look fantastic like samsung or sonys do but I can live with that. I remember a time when the main and only TV had clicky buttons.


trisham3838
i personally wouldnt reccomend Bush having already owned one previously from Argos..it packed in after 15 months.....thanks to some great info on here i managed to get a brand new TV...as far as am aware Bush is made in Turkey and doesnt have the same good stand in had 20 years ago or so.


I dont see the problem myself and I'd like it to be known that......
[SIZE="4"]I LOVE BUSH !!![/SIZE]:)
#10
lequynh78

The contrast ratio of this Bush TV is laughable.


Or just not made up like many others?
#11
Can people give alternatives to this then if they're voting cold?

I honestly can't find any 1080p alternatives anywhere near this price. Not too bothered about my deal being voted hot or not, just want to get the right telly!
#12
trisham3838
i personally wouldnt reccomend Bush having already owned one previously from Argos..it packed in after 15 months.....thanks to some great info on here i managed to get a brand new TV...as far as am aware Bush is made in Turkey and doesnt have the same good stand in had 20 years ago or so.


Agree my Bush lasted two years (I didn't even use it that often) and the one I bought for my mum lasted 13 months - and I couldn't find the receipt!! Rubbish as far as I am concerned.
#13
i have had a bush tv for over 3 yrs and its still going strong, in my experience there is nothing wrong with bush
my 2 other tvs are beko and they are more then 2 yrs old as well.
#14
Monkeybumcheeks
I dont see the problem myself and I'd like it to be known that......
[SIZE="4"]I LOVE BUSH !!![/SIZE]:)


me too
#15
I have just being doing the head nip with my son to find a tv to go with his new xbox 360 and this £299 Bush 32" looks unbeatable at Argos. The Currys rep told me I need 1080 resolution as the main factor for gaming, but your comments so far seem to conflict, any gamers out there?
#16
Mat108
I have just being doing the head nip with my son to find a tv to go with his new xbox 360 and this £299 Bush 32" looks unbeatable at Argos. The Currys rep told me I need 1080 resolution as the main factor for gaming, but your comments so far seem to conflict, any gamers out there?


1080 is a nice bonus but at the end of the day if you can get it but usually at this price they cut corners elsewhere a key thing to look at the refresh rate. Something below 25ms is what you want. If a TV doesnt have a low refresh rate than gaming is not going to be fluid for your son. So at the end of the day look at the specs and see what you can get for your budget personally I would choose a TV with a good refresh rate than one with 1080 unless its over 40inches.
#17
lol yeah, get one with the lowest refresh rate you can get! Some great advice on here!


Mate, go for it, looks a good deal. 1080p is useful for pc/games etc. If just watching sky hd etc then it's not needed.

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