Bush 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD LED TV £323.99 From the Official Argos Shop on ebay - HotUKDeals
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Bush 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD LED TV £323.99 From the Official Argos Shop on ebay

£323.99 @ eBay
Don't really know much about TVs but this seems like a good deal to me Priced up at £404 but 20% off at checkout making it £323.99!! I know I'll prob get a lot of grief about the picture not b…
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
Don't really know much about TVs but this seems like a good deal to me

Priced up at £404 but 20% off at checkout making it £323.99!!

I know I'll prob get a lot of grief about the picture not being good as the top of the range but if your not really bothered or can't tell the difference like me then this seems an alright deal

Hope it helps someone anyway

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#1
Bush isn't as popular as it used to be.
2 Likes #2
zx636r
Bush isn't as popular as it used to be.
I agree it's shaven today
#3
This wide apart legs design is reminiscent of those from Blaupunkt, Digihome and some low priced LG that appears to be made by one company.
3 Likes #4
Bush, Wide apart legs, Freeview oO
#5
HibaTosh
This wide apart legs design is reminiscent of those from Blaupunkt, Digihome and some low priced LG that appears to be made by one company.
All LGs are made by LG, but the others you mention probably are the same TV.
1 Like #6
scousemicky
Bush, Wide apart legs, Freeview oO
Could be Susanna Reid ?
#7
scousemicky
Bush, Wide apart legs, Freeview oO
Haha brilliant.
#8
My wife's bush is bigger than this!
#9
zx636r
Bush isn't as popular as it used to be.

Can't beat the 80's. Golden age for a bitta filth.
#10
3840*2160 display resolution for crystal clear images. Freeview Digital tuner - For hundreds of channels. 3 HDMI 1.4 , 1 HDMI 2.0 , 1 SCART, 1 USB , 1 Coaxial & Optical Audio Output, 1 Common Interface port - For easy connectivity. 2 channel and DTS sound system - For a rich and powerful sound.
Support dvb-t, mpeg2.
Digital tv supports mheg5 (uk), lcn, epg, subtitle, and the audiolanguage etc.
Support USB 2.0 multimedia play, support audio and video play; support txt andpicture browse
Analogue and digital hd port input signal largest support 1080p.
The HDMI 2.0 support 4k 60hz.
Television picture quality:
LED TV Screen.
4K Ultra HD display resolution.
Screen size: 50 inches.
Motion rate 120Hz.
Response time 6.5 milliseconds.
Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.
Connectivity:
1 SCART socket, 1 USB port and 4 HDMI sockets.
HDMI 2.0.
PC input socket.
Component video socket.
Composite socket.
Optical connection.
AV socket.
Suitable for wall mounting 200 x 200 bracket.
Sound quality:
DTS sound system.
2 x 8 watt RMS power output.
Digital features:
Features USB recording and video playback.
Micro dimming technology improves the contrast by dimming individual sections of the TV screen.
Freeview HD digital tuner.
Single core processor.
7 day electronic programme guide (EPG).
Additional features:
Sleep timer.
Child lock.
Size of TV H66.9, W125, D19cm.
Weight of TV 12kg (unpackaged).
Size of TV with stand: H82.4, W125, D19cm.
Weight of TV with stand: 17.5kg.
Energy efficiency information:
Energy efficiency rating: A.
On mode power consumption 92 watts.
Annual power consumption 134kWh.
Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.
This product contains lead.



Interesting tv for Argos. Seems to have a fairly low end logic board with only single core cpu but a higher spec panel with 120hz refresh and an excellent 6.5ms response time for the pixels. Also the sound output is lower at 2x8w than the normal 2x10W and in fact if you look at the manual it states 2x6W.

No smart features at all and poor sound output but what looks on the surface at least to be a higher spec panel. I guess for those with a sound system and external devices to provide the content.

Nothing like the normal vestel models you see on here normally which have a 60hz refresh rate a dual core or quad core logic board and smart features. Vestel's pixellance software is really good for motion handling, its best feature probably and combined with such a panel should be pretty good for that. Can't say much about the rest because its not in the spec. No mention of brightness or panel type.

http://www.argos-support.co.uk/uploads/4476056_D0012.pdf
#11
sparklehedgehog
My wife's bush is bigger than this!

That's what the local rugby team said.
#12
The current Bush TV's seem to be getting really poor reviews! Best off putting money towards something better I'd say...
#13
zx636r
sparklehedgehog
My wife's bush is bigger than this!

That's what the local rugby team said.


And that bunch of squaddies
#14
WaxMechaniK
The current Bush TV's seem to be getting really poor reviews! Best off putting money towards something better I'd say...

The reviews on the Argos site look pretty good as an average.

http://www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Browse?s=Relevance&storeId=10151&langId=110&catalogId=25051&mRR=true&c_1=1%7Ccategory_root%7CTechnology%7C33006169&c_2=2%7C33006169%7CTelevisions%20and%20accessories%7C33008651&c_3=3%7Ccat_33008651%7CTelevisions%7C33017148&r_001=1%7CBrands%7CBush%7C1

Looks like all the smart models are Vestel but the non smart models may or have been moving to UMC but whichever they are the reviews are pretty good.
#15
"Response time 6.5 milliseconds."

This cant be true? Samsung 4K tvs are regarded as having the best response time and that is around 18ms or so.
1 Like #16
mmflapjack
"Response time 6.5 milliseconds."
This cant be true? Samsung 4K tvs are regarded as having the best response time and that is around 18ms or so.

That's pixel response time, the time it takes for a pixel to change to the requested colour. What your talking about is input lag how long it takes for the tv to display an an image received from a games console typically. If you share 1000 by 60 that gives you about 16.6ms or similar so a tv has to have a pixel response of a maximum of 16.6ms to create 60 frames per second image (60hz) or about 8.3ms for 120 frames per second (120Hz). For all we know this tv could have an input lag of 120ms as pixel response and input lag are not directly related. With a single core cpu on the logic board it could be bad for input lag but the complete absense of smart features which consume cpu performance means that definitely doesn't have to be the case. My Vestel based tv is 31ms in game mode and it has a quad core logic board but has a lot of smart features and additional functionality including bluetooth, wireless display, apps etc, a lot of background tasks basically.
#17
bonzobanana
mmflapjack
"Response time 6.5 milliseconds."
This cant be true? Samsung 4K tvs are regarded as having the best response time and that is around 18ms or so.
That's pixel response time, the time it takes for a pixel to change to the requested colour. What your talking about is input lag how long it takes for the tv to display an an image received from a games console typically. If you share 1000 by 60 that gives you about 16.6ms or similar so a tv has to have a pixel response of a maximum of 16.6ms to create 60 frames per second image (60hz) or about 8.3ms for 120 frames per second (120Hz). For all we know this tv could have an input lag of 120ms as pixel response and input lag are not directly related. With a single core cpu on the logic board it could be bad for input lag but the complete absense of smart features which consume cpu performance means that definitely doesn't have to be the case. My Vestel based tv is 31ms in game mode and it has a quad core logic board but has a lot of smart features and additional functionality including bluetooth, wireless display, apps etc, a lot of background tasks basically.

I see. Thanks.

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