Bush LCD52786F1080P 52in Full HD Digital LCD TV - £499.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Bush LCD52786F1080P 52in Full HD Digital LCD TV

Less than 1 watt standby power consumption
PC input to view files from your PC or laptop.
Television Picture Quality:
Full HD (1080p).
Integrated digital (Freeview).
52in (132cm) widescreen TV with 132cm visible screen size.
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels
Brightness 500cd/m2.
Contrast ratio 20,000:1 (Dynamic).
Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.
Progressive scan.

2 HDMI sockets.
2 SCART sockets.
PC input socket.
Component video socket.
Headphone socket.
AV socket (side).

Sound Quality:
NICAM sound system
2 x 8W RMS power output.

Digital sound processor.
Freeview Features:
Digitally interactive.
Digital text.
Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
Auto setup.
Now and next electronic programme guide.
7 day Electronic Programme Guide.
Top Up TV compatible.

CI slot.

Audio description compatible.

Additional Features:



UHF/VHF tuners.

Auto setup.

Auto search tuner.

Auto search sorting.

Auto search labelling.

Sleep timer.

Child lock.

Picture and Text.

NTSC compatible.

Remote control requires 2 x AAA batteries (included).

230V AC mains operated.

Size of TV (H)85.3, (W)128.2, (D)13.1cm.

Weight of TV 34kg (unpackaged).

Complete with tabletop stand.

Size of TV with stand (H)90.6, (W)128.2, (D)34.5cm.

Weight of TV with stand 42kg.

Suitable for wall mounting (brackets not included).

VESA mount compatible (600 x 200).

Standby power consumption <1 watts.

Energy Savings Trust recommended.

This product uses less energy than standard models, therefore lowering energy bills and helping the environment.

Please note that the Digital (Freeview) features mentioned are not compatible with digital signals broadcast in the Republic of Ireland.
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Thanks for your post :) I've added a price and a retailer name to your title, we always try to include these when posting deals.
52" wow
Not sure about big bush tv's but seems like a lot of tv for not a lot of money
Thats a good price for a 52 incher
52" wow

My thoughts... but then it is bush!
My thoughts... but then it is bush!

Not a fan of Bush? :giggle:

But agreed, aside from the size, the looks and the brand would put me off.
Tis a fugly set.
Great price for 52" and full HD,
but like the vieras and bravias better.

My parents got a 37" bush on an ebay deal and its actually not a bad tv,
didnt have high expectations but its actually pretty good for the money.
Personally I'm not sure which type of big bush I'd least like to look at...

Must have a rather unkempt picture... but seriously, probably better to go a little smaller but with a better brand but each to their own and this is just one of many opinions.
Thanks for your post :) I've added a price and a retailer name to your title, we always try to include these when posting deals.

Thanks for that millarcat, i did put them in when i posted the deal, but something must have gone wrong lol.
Monkey nuts 2;8251576
Not a fan of Bush? :giggle:

Not when it is as hairy as this bush!
Bargain price! But has anyone actually got one of these? are they any good
I have a 32ich Bush TV - paid £279.99 from Argos no problems with it at all, sound is great picture is perfect, freeview is spot on - i would defo reccomend this TV - VOTED HOT HOT HOT!!!!!!
This TV wants throwing in the Bush !
i wonder why their are no customer reviews?
This TV wants throwing in the Bush !

any reason for this? :?
Not a very good looking TV and a bit stingy on the connection front, but £499 for a full HD 52" TV? Don't see how it can be considered anything other than hot.
While its not in the same league I've been really happy with my 19" Bush LCD tv. Only silly issue was it had this pointless 3d sound effect which was turned on by default which made the sound quallity dreadful. Turned the effect off and sound was good then. May/May not be relevant with this set.
Brand snobbery by some posts. If I had the cash right now I would love to buy.
Not sure about it not looking good as it's a black box pretty much like all tv's. Brand snobbery radar on high
Bush are Toshiba , simple as that i have repaired many lcd's TV
Im ordering one for the world cup-full hd 52 inch-I could care less that its bush-hot from me.
mmmmmmm, I love a big Bush
While it's cheap for the size, I'd be very interested in hearing some feedback about the TV. Every budget LCD I've seen has had both smearing and over saturated primary&secondary colours (to the point where I'd much rather watch a CRT).

Though, I'd love to hear some opinions on this particular TV.
great bargain, but is it real? it is cheap to dirt i guess.
If this is only 50Hz scan I would think that there would be a lot of smearing if you were watching a fast moving football match and it will be very noticeable on a set this size.
I'd sooner have a smaller Sony or Panasonic for this money....quality matters to me... ;)

Bush = Bloody useless [email protected]

Don't waste your money on this junk, they only make cheap uggly rubbish...:w00t:

Yes, I'm a hater... :oops:

You would be better off with this - http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/645636/sony-40in-full-hd-100hz-freeview-lc
especialy if you can find one in Sainsburys for £399
Sean Neale
any reason for this? :?

Yes, Because its Rubbish, £500 is a lot of money, Buy a Decent Branded 40-42", thats the smart buyer's move, and is more likely to be the correct size in terms of viewing distance for the average UK living room
...Brand snobbery yet again seems to be cited whereas most are citing better quality options elsewhere for the same price. Yes...I do mean brand names (on the basis of a decent review) and yes...it will mean that instead of a 52" piece of s*** (that you'll regret looking at once you forget how cheap it was)...you'll get a 46" or 42" quality TV for the same money when other deals turn up...as they always will.
BTW, I voted hot.

I have a Goodmans LCD in the Guest room and a DGM in my Den. I used to have a Teco as my living room TV(40") and a 32" Bush in our bedroom. These got replaced by Samsungs and I have to say, when set up properly, they look much better. The picture is more vibrant and the 100hz certainly helps on bluray and BBC news.

Also, the brezel (i think its called) around the edge on the cheaper TV's look really bulky, square and cheap IMO. On the branded ones they tend to be slicker and curved. Then again, my ones are black with a hint of red.

I wouldn't mind hearing feedback on how it handles motion judder. If it's fairly smooth, I might be tempted for the den.
worth doin a price match at currys? :)
Im ordering one for the world cup-full hd 52 inch-I could care less that its bush-hot from me.

Save up a bit longer and buy a better Brand
cheap but are there any reviews out there for this model? £500 is still alot of money to be pissing away on a TV which gives a ***** picture. Before I parted with that kind of cash I would want to know I am going to get quality picture in return. A crap picture is still crap (even more so?) on a 52".
Great price! Hot for me.. Shame on the HUGE bezel though... We ALL want smaller bezels...
Any reviews anywhere ?
I voted hot BUT only buy if your desperate for a huge LCD, its better to bide your time and wait for a great deal on a great TV, this TV will not be of great quality,you can get a similarly sized TV of better qualityfor the same price if you wait around. I picked up a 50inch Panny for £380 and a 46inch top of the range Sharp for £450. If you actually want to watch TV/movies/bluray get a plasma, I swapped my Sharp for a Pannasonic Plasma, far better picture
[email protected];8252810
worth doin a price match at currys? :)

Do currys sell this then?
Bush = Fail

This applies to the last 8 years in the White House, all 80s adult films and indeed TV's
It may not be a premium brand - but a full HD 52" LCD TV for under £500 = HOT !!
Bush = Fail

This applies to the last 8 years in the White House, all 80s adult films and indeed TV's

Made me chortle! :w00t::thumbsup:
Reviews on Bush sets are good:



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