Bush L32TA6A 32in HD Ready Digital LCD TV Reduced Now Only - £272.99 @ Argos (Was £322.99) - HotUKDeals
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Bush L32TA6A 32in HD Ready Digital LCD TV Reduced Now Only - £272.99 @ Argos (Was £322.99)

£272.99 @ Argos
Argos have now reduced along with alot of other things there BUSH 32" LCD, personally i think its a fantastic price for a well known brand 32". i have reserved mine simply because it ticks all the … Read More
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Argos have now reduced along with alot of other things there BUSH 32" LCD, personally i think its a fantastic price for a well known brand 32".

i have reserved mine simply because it ticks all the boxes i need:

32"
Component Input (Xbox 360)
PC Input
Most Important - CHEAP!!! hahaha

specs below,

High Definition Ready.
Integrated digital (freeview).
32in (81.3cm) widescreen TV with 81.3cm visible screen size.
Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.
Brightness 500cd/m2.
Contrast ratio 800:1.
Viewing angle 85/85 degrees.

Connectivity
1 HDMI socket.
2 SCART sockets.
PC input socket.
Component video socket.
Headphone socket.
S-video.

Sound Quality
Nicam sound.
2 x 6w RMS power output.

Freeview Features
Digital text.
Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
Now and next electronic programme guide.
7 day electronic programme guide.
Not Top Up TV compatible.

Additional Features
Teletext.
Fastext.
UHF and VHF tuner.
Auto search tuner.
Auto search sorting.
Auto search labelling.
Sleep timer.
Child lock.
NTSC compatible.

Remote control requires 2 x AA batteries (supplied).
230v AC mains operation.

Complete with tabletop stand.
Size of TV (H)56.2, (W)81.3, (D)10.8cm.
Size with stand (H)61.9, (W)81.3, (D)24.6cm.
Weight of TV 14.35kg.
Weight of TV with stand 16.3kg.
Suitable for wall mounting (brackets not supplied).
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#1
a well known brand ? yea i well known bad brand - why would you fork out 300 notes for this instead of adding 20-50 quid to and getting a sony bravia ??
#2
RudiBryson
a well known brand ? yea i well known bad brand - why would you fork out 300 notes for this instead of adding 20-50 quid to and getting a sony bravia ??


if your not happy you sould always take it back to the shop lol and can you point us all in the direction of a £32" sony bravia for £20-£50 please i would be very grateful :thumbsup:
#3
or even a toshiba with 3 year warranty for 310

http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/toshiba/32av554.html
#4
sorry op , not avin a do , just dont get why you would buy a bush instead of a proper make in tvs , jvc , toshiba and sony are only a few quid more - and are MUCH much better quality
#5
RudiBryson
a well known brand ? yea i well known bad brand - why would you fork out 300 notes for this instead of adding 20-50 quid to and getting a sony bravia ??


I agree...spending out the extra cash buying from a decent brand is far more preferable, especially if you intend to pump any SD material through it.

Cheap LCD TV's are prone to not having any decent processing engines on board for picture enhancing, as well as offering very limited picture adjustment options....worth paying the extra for this circuitry over a budget option of which a lot of people just think "its got a samsung/LG/Philips panel in it, so must be as good, just rebranded" and be completely wrong. There is a lot more to a LCD screen than the manufacturer, its the processing that counts along with advanced adjustable picture control
#6
always had a bush, never had a problem.

excellent price
#7
discodaddy
always had a bush, never had a problem.

excellent price

well if you have always had a bush then you wont know the difference in quality that im talking about
#8
all i am saying is if someone shows me a decent branded HDTV for around same price please doooo lol

the toshiba one linked above would work out around £50 more in my eyes £50 is a hell of alot of cash and it becomes less of a bargain lol
#9
This bush tv has a contrast ratio of 800-1 !!!!!!!! that is giving you a seriously BAD picture - a low end toshiba like i posted has a ratio of 18000-1 - 800-1 is real bad mate
#10
people saying they own a BUSH TV oooo the shame
#11
800-1 is pants.
#12
RudiBryson
This bush tv has a contrast ratio of 800-1 !!!!!!!! that is giving you a seriously BAD picture - a low end toshiba like i posted has a ratio of 18000-1 - 800-1 is real bad mate


does the toshiba you posted above come with free delivery and pc input and component input?
#13
blue1878
all i am saying is if someone shows me a decent branded HDTV for around same price please doooo lol

the toshiba one linked above would work out around £50 more in my eyes £50 is a hell of alot of cash and it becomes less of a bargain lol


Not when you consider it has its own integral Regza processing chip in it..where are you planning of having this tv? How important, is picture quality to you? If you can afford it, spend the extra, otherwise you will have a substandard picture in comparison with a major brand with better processing, its as simple as that.
#14
cicobuff
Not when you consider it has its own integral Regza processing chip in it..where are you planning of having this tv? How important, is picture quality to you? If you can afford it, spend the extra, otherwise you will have a substandard picture in comparison with a major brand with better processing, its as simple as that.


i am planning on having this in my spare room which would include my xbox 360 and my pc and maybe satelight signal in very far future.. i am thinking about paying the extra but still not sure.... how much do they charge for delivery?
#15
blue1878
does the toshiba you posted above come with free delivery and pc input and component input?


well if you look about you might get free delivery - think amazon do it -

as for the pc input One of the HDMIs is configured to deliver PC compatibility if you read the reviews

it also come with a 3 year warranty - which most places would charge between 70-100 pounds for


this was just an example of a similar priced tv to that of a bush - look about , they will be plenty more - i found that within about 5 seconds of looking .
#16
RudiBryson
well if you look about you might get free delivery - think amazon do it -

as for the pc input One of the HDMIs is configured to deliver PC compatibility if you read the reviews

it also come with a 3 year warranty - which most places would charge between 70-100 pounds for


this was just an example of a similar priced tv to that of a bush - look about , they will be plenty more - i found that within about 5 seconds of looking .


how about the hitachi one from argos? its £321 and has 1100-1 contrast?

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5294529/c_1/2%7Ccategory_root%7CHome+entertainment+and+sat+nav%7C12108813/c_2/3%7Ccat_12108813%7CTelevisions%7C12108983/c_3/4%7Ccat_12108983%7C32+inch+LCD+TVs%7C12108984.htm?Price+Cut=1
#17
#18
RudiBryson


thats £9 more so you could say that covers delivery and they take the warrenty off you to boot lol
#19
honets pal i wouldnt touch hitachi - bush - goodmans - eon etc etc - stick to sony , toshiba , jvc sort of makes granted there 20-50 pounds extra but well worth it - espec with a 3 year warranty !!! - and read reviews !.
#20
RudiBryson
well if you have always had a bush then you wont know the difference in quality that im talking about


Doesn't always work that way though - we got a 26" Toshiba Regza to replace a Goodmans 26" my son broke as an insurance replacement. There is only one improvement on the Tosh - 2 HDMI ports - and lots of things worse - the panel isn't as good, the sound isn't as rich, only 1 SCART socket, PC input is HDMI rather than VGA (my laptop/netbook only has DSUB output), ...

Personally I'm with the original poster in that more expensive brands aren't always better.
#21
alg
Doesn't always work that way though - we got a 26" Toshiba Regza to replace a Goodmans 26" my son broke as an insurance replacement. There is only one improvement on the Tosh - 2 HDMI ports - and lots of things worse - the panel isn't as good, the sound isn't as rich, only 1 SCART socket, PC input is HDMI rather than VGA (my laptop/netbook only has DSUB output), ...

Personally I'm with the original poster in that more expensive brands aren't always better.


read reviews of the tvs - 800-1 ratio compared to 18000-1 ratio is just 1 comparison
#22
avoid at all costs! my friend bought one and has had so many problems its unbelievable
#23
i think my plan is buy it try it out for week or two then decide if not i can get money back....
#24
discodaddy
always had a bush, never had a problem.

excellent price


Yeah, my wife's bush has been pretty good over the years........:oops:
#25
androoski
Yeah, my wife's bush has been pretty good over the years........:oops:


ill 2nd that ;-)
#26
the Bush brand name is owned by Argos so they can put it on any shoddy rubbish they like.
its not the same brand as was sold years back by most retailers.

same with Wharfedale
#27
slackrat77
the Bush brand name is owned by Argos so they can put it on any shoddy rubbish they like.
its not the same brand as was sold years back by most retailers.

same with Wharfedale


Indeed, Bush along with Murphy is under Alba which also covers Goodmans, Breville and Hinari and as mentioned are owned by HRG who also run Argos stores.

Wharfedale are owned by chinese company IAG. Ferguson are now the French Thomson company.

Amstrad are owned y BSykB.
#28
Cheap price, but cheapo product to match I bet! First LCD I ever bought was a Bush, exchanged 4 times in as many months, and each replacement had it's own fresh set of faults. Terrible brand. (ended up getiing a Mikomi, which is still going strong 4 years later) I also bought a 20" Bush CRT TV about ten years back which only lasted 6 months also, should have learned my slesson then really!

I've learned my lesson now though, stay well away.
#29
Energy efficient according to the catalogue. A big plus if true...

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