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Bush TV's. Are they any good?

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1d, 1y agoPosted 1 decade, 1 year ago
I was looking at this bush tv in homebase today, it seems like a fairly good price. http://tinyurl.com/9aox6 (In store was 179) but are bush TV's likely to last or do they suck? I have a Panasonic at the moment that is really old and I picked it up second hand for 60quid about 9 years ago but still runs fine and is great quality considering it's age so I'd like to buy one that I know will last.

Thanks :)
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1d, 1y agoPosted 1 decade, 1 year ago
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banned#1
I'm not too impressed.

had an intergrated TV & Freeview. had a weird whistling sound most of the 11mths I have had it and just got around to getting a repair.

options are poor. if u get and Intergrated TV if the picture isnt broadcast in widescreen then u can change it,,, u get the black sides.

it was also advertised as having 7 day tv guide and doesnt AND the support is apalling took then 10 days to simply say they can't help!

otherwise,, not bad LOL
#2
oh ok, it sounds like most of those problems are with the built in freeview though? I already have a freeview box and tend to avoid 'all in one' electronics. Even so, maybe I should wait until after Christmas and pick up some deals around then...I can't decide.
Thanks :)
banned#3
general poor feel to the build as well ... faulty and bad customer service.

can see a major 'Tube' tv clearout after chrimbo.... get a decent make
#4
Thanks, I might wait until after christmas then although I did see these deals from hyperfi.co.uk Panasonic TX28PN1 for 150quid (ex display). I'm quite a big fan of Panasoinics as I have one at the moment which has been great.
Has anyone used hyperfi before, are they any good?

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