Bush 39 Inch 4K Ultra HD Freeview LED TV @ Argos now £449.99 - HotUKDeals
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This is now £50 cheaper then the last time it was posted and now only £449 for a 4k TV i know it a Bush but good to see the price coming down fast for 4k tv's

There is a couple left on Argos ebay shop if you want necter points as well.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Bush-39-Inch-4K2K-Ultra-HD-Led-Tv-/360895773397?pt=UK_AudioTVElectronics_Video_Televisions&hash=item5407107ad5

Experience the latest in TV technology with this 39 Inch Ultra HD LED TV. Ultra HD offers four times the resolution of Full HD and the 8.29 million individual pixels gives stunning clarity and colours that will surpass anything you've seen before. As more content becomes available in the near future, you'll be one of the first to see it in its full 4K Ultra HD glory.

Take advantage of the upsclaing HDMI cable that is supplied with this TV, which will show your DVDs and Blu-ray DVDs to almost Ultra HD quality. This 4k Ultra High Definition TV will also be great for gaming and as a computer monitor too!

Television picture quality:

LED TV Screen.
Screen size: 39in (98cm).
Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Motion rate 120Hz.
Response time 6 milliseconds.
Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
Connectivity:

1 SCART socket, 1 USB port and 3 HDMI sockets.
PC input socket.
Component video socket.
Composite.
Optical connection.
Headphone socket.
AV socket.
Mobile high-definition link.
Suitable for wall mounting.
Sound quality:

SRS sound system.
Digital features:

Freeview digital tuner.
CI+ slot.
Additional features:

Sleep timer.
Child lock.
Size of TV H53.9, W89.3, D7.2cm.
Weight of TV 21.1kg (unpackaged).
Size of TV with stand: H59.3, W89.3, D20cm.
Weight of TV with stand: 22.6kg.
Energy efficiency information:

Energy efficiency rating: B.
Energy efficiency index (EEI) 0.42.
On mode power consumption 72 watts.
Off mode power consumption 0 watt.
Annual power consumption 105kWh.
Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.
This product contains lead.
Mercury content 1000mg.
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malachi
Bush.....would brake after 12 months


It might break as well O.O

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#1
4k TV and no Freeview HD. huh?
#2
a joke that this is a generation beyond HD and still comes with freeview tuner
1 Like #3
Bush.....would brake after 12 months
9 Likes #4
malachi
Bush.....would brake after 12 months


It might break as well O.O
4 Likes #5
Sorry couldn't resist ;)
#6
does it even have hdmi 2.0?
expect 30hz at 4k res also

Edited By: ramiuk1 on Jun 18, 2014 22:18
#7
Very basic 4k tv
4 Likes #8
malachi
Bush.....would brake after 12 months

....blimey how fast is it going ?
#9
ramiuk1
does it even have hdmi 2.0?
expect 30hz at 4k res also


Sony have a firmware for x9 4k 1.4 hdmi TV to get 2.0/60hz according to techradar*

4Th non ARC hdmi port only on bravia btw.

Maybe bush engineers will issue one* probably not though


Edited By: dontasciime on Jun 18, 2014 22:57
#10
"Take advantage of the upsclaing HDMI cable that is supplied with this TV, "

Someone please, explain? Is it a cable with an in-line chipset somewhere that does the upscaling? WTF?
1 Like #11
Still it's nice to get an idea of how low the pricing is going to get. I'm feeling mildly smug about still running a 37" JVC LCD from 2006 that's 720p and making a double jump straight to a 4K screen in 12 months for a third of the price of the JVC...
2 Likes #12
This TV is going to suck
1 Like #13
Do bush even make a good SDTV? let Alone 4K....
4 Likes #14
I love bush
#15
haritori
Do bush even make a good SDTV? let Alone 4K....

excatly
#16
This is just a cheap computer monitor
2 Likes #17
I remember when the HD TV was first released and an average household would not be able to buy a 32" version, nevermind a 39" version. This may not be the best 4K TV in the world, but for the price, would you expect it to be?

Argos version says: Freeview HD and Freesat HD digital tuner.
#18
titchyyyyy
Argos version says: Freeview HD and Freesat HD digital tuner.

For this TV? It just says Freeview in the description.
Have you seen this instore or Googled it?

Edited By: stamfordblue on Jun 20, 2014 21:48: Correction
2 Likes #19
That's a really nice bush.
#20
Everything about this was just not good enough.
Hdmi connections that made leads visable out the side of the tv.
No picture upscaling of 1080i with or without the special hdmi cable.
Terrible picture contrast settings out of the box and despite endless tinkering with the settings I never managed to get it just right .
No manufactures web site for firmware updates.
No chance of a sky remote code.
It had to be returned even at the discounted price
It is a cheap 4k tv, but better to either have good hd tv or spend the extra on a proper UHD tv.
#21
MikeLondon
This TV is going to suck

ronaldmacdonald
I love bush

monogram
That's a really nice bush.

Yet no mention of a weed whacker
4 Likes #22
This is digital cameras all over again.

Technika flog a 16mp camera for £80 or something and people think it's really good because it has a lot of pixels. But the lens, sensor and firmware are all total tripe. So you get 16mp worth of poor quality photo.

Same with this. A lot of pixels but not much else about it is any good. Wouldn't touch it with a bargepole myself. Spend the same money on a half decent 1080p set instead ....
1 Like #23
I'm always trying to catch a glance of my neighbour's large Bush, but she keeps it well hidden....so I can't comment on how well it performs.....but I'm sure it'll look splendid up close in ultra high definition - no fuzz whatsoever.


Edited By: HankMcSpank on Jun 20, 2014 19:41
#24
I bought this TV a few weeks back. Only does 30Hz at 4K as previously stated with no firmware update in sight. I had planned to use it as a monitor, it was horrific.

Returned it and got out on a technicality as the website at the time claimed it had Freeview HD, it's since been changed.
#25
horsepuncher1980
I bought this TV a few weeks back. Only does 30Hz at 4K as previously stated with no firmware update in sight. I had planned to use it as a monitor, it was horrific.

Returned it and got out on a technicality as the website at the time claimed it had Freeview HD, it's since been changed.



Surely it does 60hz @ 1920x1080
#26
If it only does 4K at 30hz, **** that! Not even worth picking up.
#27
sancheez
This is digital cameras all over again.

Technika flog a 16mp camera for £80 or something and people think it's really good because it has a lot of pixels. But the lens, sensor and firmware are all total tripe. So you get 16mp worth of poor quality photo.

Same with this. A lot of pixels but not much else about it is any good. Wouldn't touch it with a bargepole myself. Spend the same money on a half decent 1080p set instead ....
Couldn't have put it better myself. The only thing this TV has going for it is the screen resolution, everything else is going to be awful, well, the same level of quality as you'd expect from a Bush TV...so awful.
#28
1 Scart socket. Lol who the F uses a scart lead with HD TVs?
#29
dirkdougle
This is just a cheap computer monitor

What?
#30
UHD on 39" - great in the bog, but pretty useless anywhere else.
#31
I think this has been said before, this is the same as the Seiki TV being sold in the states just with a Bush badge. I was looking the Seiki for monitor use when Amazon US was shipping them internationally but the poor reviews and buggy firmware put me off - then you have the 30hz 4K limit to deal with.

Nice to see stuff like this is getting cheaper, indeed these are built in China with generic parts that'll never last but if they're cheap enough, why not. Given the shockingly bad reviews of LG's current 4K range stuff like this is worth a try even if you have to return it.
#32
DO NOT BUY THIS TV. I got it yesterday as I wanted a new monitor/TV for Xbox for my bedroom, as I was using an old 720p Samsung that made computer use unbearable. Well anyway, I happily picked this out thinking 4k > 1080 but I was wrong. First off, the refresh rate on this TV is at MAX 60hz and at 4k 30Hz. At 60 in 1080 mode it was atrocious. Forget gaming, just moving the mouse across the screen produced severe lag that caused me to overshoot and miss what I intended to click on all the time.

Add in the fact my computer couldn't output 4k natively (that was my fault) but for some reason could play back 4k video on YouTube (It did look nice I admit, but simply using the rest of the TV was a pain) was another strike against it. I finally made the decision to take it back when I started to watch the England game on it via the Freeview tuner. Oh my god. It was ABYSMAL. Not HD, just simply Freeview, but even for a 576i picture, it was so mottled and everyone looked like they were painted on rather than a true to life image. The fact that it was so bad as a regular TV pushed me to take it back. I exchanged it for a 40 Inch Samsung Smart/3D TV for the same price, and its crazy how much better this looks at 1080p vs the 4k TV's 1080. Watching the same 4k video on YouTube I watched on the Bush, I can make out a difference, but its negligible. For the added features and sheer quality of the Samsung for the same price, I would wholly recommend you get that instead. I'm more than happy with it.
#33
Big Bush
#34
You are all slagging Bush TVs off but my first ever HDTV was a Bush 26inch HDTV which i got Christmas 2006 and it's still going now, it's sitting nicely on our bedroom wall.

Me love Bush!!
#35
It has a scart socket!
#36
aseddon130

Me love Bush!!

I love alllllllllll kinds of Bush :D
#37
discovery10
Everything about this was just not good enough.
It is a cheap 4k tv, but better to either have good hd tv or spend the extra on a proper UHD tv.
I agree with that. Surprised that the picture quality is that bad usually once adjusted correctly similar TVs give similar pictures most big faults can be adjusted out and little ones got used to.
Thing is with a 39" 4K TV you have to be sitting about two and a half feet away to see the full benefit over 2K or 1080p HD! :D
I think you need to approximately double the size of the TV for 4K so if you sit six feet away from a 42" HDTV now you would need an 84" UHDTV to get the full benefit of that resolution. This thing is really only useful as a computer monitor and even then you need a very expensive graphics card to run games at 4K at 50-60fps! Sorry but it's a no from me. :D
#38
Anonknowmouse
discovery10
Everything about this was just not good enough.
It is a cheap 4k tv, but better to either have good hd tv or spend the extra on a proper UHD tv.
I agree with that. Surprised that the picture quality is that bad usually once adjusted correctly similar TVs give similar pictures most big faults can be adjusted out and little ones got used to.
Thing is with a 39" 4K TV you have to be sitting about two and a half feet away to see the full benefit over 2K or 1080p HD! :D
I think you need to approximately double the size of the TV for 4K so if you sit six feet away from a 42" HDTV now you would need an 84" UHDTV to get the full benefit of that resolution. This thing is really only useful as a computer monitor and even then you need a very expensive graphics card to run games at 4K at 50-60fps! Sorry but it's a no from me. :D

Which is impossible with this TV as it can't do any more than 30fps.
#39
Ogoshi
It has a scart socket!
You dont have to use it, donchaknow.
#40
horsepuncher1980
Anonknowmouse
discovery10
Everything about this was just not good enough.
It is a cheap 4k tv, but better to either have good hd tv or spend the extra on a proper UHD tv.
I agree with that. Surprised that the picture quality is that bad usually once adjusted correctly similar TVs give similar pictures most big faults can be adjusted out and little ones got used to.
Thing is with a 39" 4K TV you have to be sitting about two and a half feet away to see the full benefit over 2K or 1080p HD! :D
I think you need to approximately double the size of the TV for 4K so if you sit six feet away from a 42" HDTV now you would need an 84" UHDTV to get the full benefit of that resolution. This thing is really only useful as a computer monitor and even then you need a very expensive graphics card to run games at 4K at 50-60fps! Sorry but it's a no from me. :D

Which is impossible with this TV as it can't do any more than 30fps.

I think all TVs support 50fps and 60fps as well as 25fps and 30fps you just need the right source to get that fps. :)
Also this TV has a 120hz refresh so in theory it could do 120fps! In practice that's not needed and it's just used to make a 24fps blu-ray not have a slight judder when the camera moves.

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