Bush 24" FullHD LED DVD Combi - £114.99 @ ClearanceBargains
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Bush 24" FullHD LED DVD Combi - £114.99 @ ClearanceBargains

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Found 8th Jan 2012
Yeah it's a Bush TV so fully expect cold votes but a great monitor or TV for the kids bedroom or kitchen at this price

Also available without the DVD drive for £104.99

Inputs

2x HDMI
1x Scart
1x VGA
1x USB

also supports TV timeshifting and recording to USB storage.

Aat least 50 of each these in stock at the Corby store; Don't know about the Walsall and County Durham stores (Stores do mostly have the same stock though...)
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great price! wish they had a store near me!!
only one i can find is £179 , thanks anyway op
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andybk

only one i can find is £179 , thanks anyway op



This is a deal for the ClearanceBargain physical stores...NOT the ebay store. (the physical stores are always cheaper than their Ebay store)

They had 50+ of these TV's in stock yesterday plus many many more from 16" up to 55"

I also picked up a Microwave reduced from £90 to £35 and a Hitachi HDR255 Freeview+ box reduced to £40. I also spotted 500Gb freeview+ boxes for £70


Edited by: "Uridium" 8th Jan 2012
, shame , just what i was looking for , no stores near me ., good deal if local
Good price but still would not buy this brand
reviews here are fine
argos.co.uk/web…+24

i bought the 22" the other day and its fine, no complaints

viewing angles/picture quality are better than expected

only issue i have had is it's been a pain trying to set it up as a second pc monitor
Edited by: "coerce86" 8th Jan 2012
crap make of tv LOL
Did Corby have much furniture in OP , we are after a TV cabinet , thanks
Bush used to be a good make of TV they've gone downhill for style etc.
But this is definitely receive a hot from me, If I could get to a store I'd have snapped one up looking for a dvd combi thats 24" that I can use a dual screen for my laptop as well.
These turkish vestel sets all seem to display the same problems.
They take an age to come on and an age to change channels.
toycollector

These turkish vestel sets all seem to display the same problems.They take … These turkish vestel sets all seem to display the same problems.They take an age to come on and an age to change channels.



sony tv's take forever to come on as well :P
To be fair, in my experience a cheap TV is a cheap TV so unless you spend a lot more theres no point winging.
Everyone knows cheap branded stuff is made by the same people in the same factory with a different name stuck on the front.
My old dears have got a Bush TV and tbh I can barely tell the difference between that and my Sony. Guess i'm not a power user but still some of the bitching on here makes me laugh sometimes.
Edited by: "Badger1980" 8th Jan 2012
my lg takes an age to come on as well
sony downstairs and bush upstairs, no difference whatsoever apart from style and more things i can do with the sony, had my bush(lol) over a yr and touch wood no probs
leetvtr

Bush used to be a good make of TV they've gone downhill for style etc.But … Bush used to be a good make of TV they've gone downhill for style etc.But this is definitely receive a hot from me, If I could get to a store I'd have snapped one up looking for a dvd combi thats 24" that I can use a dual screen for my laptop as well.



Bush haven't made any decent quality products for many years, after the mid 1980's it was all imported cheap electronics.
I remember saving up for a bush tv from argos ten years ago and it died for no reason 3 weeks after the 12 month warranty ran out! Their vcr's were a joke too! Gotten through 3 in 6 years! Steer clear people! Save ya money!
I have a Clearance Bargains right next to me... Gonna grab one of these at this price.
Lotsa people here seem to have missed the fact that it's a 24" full HD TV at a budget price, and only noticed that it's a budget brand.

Are Bush really so unreliable that they all break in a week? Or is it more that they're not as good as a £500 Sony?

If I'm paying about £100 for a 22" + size TV, then, no I'm not expecting perfection, just a reasonable display, and that it'll work.

For the size and specs, this is a bargain for those living nearby
I got one of these without the DVD player out of the normal store last Wednesday night. I tried for two hours to setup1920x1080 monitor on my PC. It looked like it had multiple little bits of the same desktop all over the screen. The I went into the menu and hit auto setup and I got a picture, which was too far left and it took 100% of horiz position to get the whole desktop on screen. Then I turned it off and then on again, and the screen went back to those multiple little bits of the same desktop.
Every time this happened and every time when I did an auto setup by the menu, the desktop returned.
It went straight back to Argos on Thursday morning.
This would be perfect for my son's playroom. Can it be wall mounted?
@ the coments on cheap tv's

I used to work for Daewoo and we made circuit boards for Sony TV's
Just picked one up from the Corby warehouse. Picture quality is surprisingly good. Still about 20 left when we arrived. Other deals available for similar 24" combos in store.
I have one like this for about three months now. I got it off ebay for £129. So far, I am very happy with the performance. Not a Sony but an excellent TV for the money. Heat added.
any of these at Mos Eisley branch? (stanley)
Got a Bush TV DVD combi (19") just before Xmas from Corby for the in-laws. Works fine. The sound is tinny, but it's perfectly acceptable as a cheap spare room telly. It ain't perfect, but if you want top of the range, my advice not to go to Clearance Bargains with only £120 in your back pocket.
These are called BUSH - because that's where you will be throwing them!!!

Rubbish ... save your money people ... have you no sense at all?
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deanos

Did Corby have much furniture in OP , we are after a TV cabinet , thanks



Wasn't really looking to be honest but did notice a few of the standard black glass and chrome TV stands...

myjess

I got one of these without the DVD player out of the normal store last … I got one of these without the DVD player out of the normal store last Wednesday night. I tried for two hours to setup1920x1080 monitor on my PC. It looked like it had multiple little bits of the same desktop all over the screen. The I went into the menu and hit auto setup and I got a picture, which was too far left and it took 100% of horiz position to get the whole desktop on screen. Then I turned it off and then on again, and the screen went back to those multiple little bits of the same desktop.Every time this happened and every time when I did an auto setup by the menu, the desktop returned.It went straight back to Argos on Thursday morning.



Odd... connected mine to my Son's PC at 1920x1080 with no issues at all, likeowsie with his xbox360..

Only been running for a couple of days so far but had no issues at all..He's over the moon with it. :-)

Edited by: "Uridium" 8th Jan 2012
VaderLover

Their vcr's were a joke too! Gotten through 3 in 6 years! Steer clear … Their vcr's were a joke too! Gotten through 3 in 6 years! Steer clear people! Save ya money!



Just out of interest, what made you decide to buy a third one after the 2 previous ones presumably died on you?

rUBiSH its already in the bin!

MrRee

These are called BUSH - because that's where you will be throwing … These are called BUSH - because that's where you will be throwing them!!!Rubbish ... save your money people ... have you no sense at all?



rUBiSH its already in the bin!
VaderLover

I remember saving up for a bush tv from argos ten years ago and it died … I remember saving up for a bush tv from argos ten years ago and it died for no reason 3 weeks after the 12 month warranty ran out! Their vcr's were a joke too! Gotten through 3 in 6 years! Steer clear people! Save ya money!



YIKES! Person has a product that went faulty. Let me alert Fleet Street so they can print this shocking expose on Bush products.

Things break. It may not be fun, or convenient when it happens, but that doesn't mean people should avoid something because some had items that went faulty. If we all followed that logic, then nobody would buy anything at all!
MoneyTrain81

YIKES! Person has a product that went faulty. Let me alert Fleet Street … YIKES! Person has a product that went faulty. Let me alert Fleet Street so they can print this shocking expose on Bush products. Things break. It may not be fun, or convenient when it happens, but that doesn't mean people should avoid something because some had items that went faulty. If we all followed that logic, then nobody would buy anything at all!



Yes of course things break butthey shouldnt so soon and especially when all theyve done is sit on a stand for a year! Clearly I aint the only one who's experianced sh1t products from them which is why theyre owned by argos as no one else wants to sell their cheap a$$ crap any more. I remember when they used to be good!
Edited by: "VaderLover" 9th Jan 2012
bush? errr no. Just no.
Plenty left in Walsall one

Worth noting with the dvd player its £119 so save £10
They had various other makes and sizes as well as good prices!
VaderLover

Yes of course things break butthey shouldnt so soon and especially when … Yes of course things break butthey shouldnt so soon and especially when all theyve done is sit on a stand for a year! Clearly I aint the only one who's experianced sh1t products from them which is why theyre owned by argos as no one else wants to sell their cheap a$$ crap any more. I remember when they used to be good!



The point is, that just because some have problems doesn't mean it is inherently rubbish and people should 'avoid' it. Not everyone can go and buy a Panasonic or Sony 24" led, as they are much more expensive. I will always recommend a Panasonic to people for tv's and things like Miele for white goods, but i have seen customers come back with both brands of item with faults that 'shouldnt' happen. So, because of that would you not recommend either brand to anyone and tell people they are rubbish?

Also, saying "all it did was sit on a stand" is pointless, it's like saying "all i did was drive my car around and it broke down!" You used it for it's purpose and it broke.

The tv, for the price and the spec, regardless of brand, is a good price.
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matfennell

Plenty left in Walsall one Worth noting with the dvd player its £119 so … Plenty left in Walsall one Worth noting with the dvd player its £119 so save £10They had various other makes and sizes as well as good prices!



That's odd. In the Corby store they are £115 with DVD and £105 without.
I brought a 32" Philips Ambilight tv last year, 800 squid, that takes forever to turn on. N kids have moaned that it is too small for our lounge. I would sell it n get a larger screen if I cud find someone to buy it. Does anyone know of any trade in places please? Thanks
Thank you DGA shall take a look n get it in there if I can work out how to do it. Nice one.
And its already broken....red flashing light of death apparently! Great a trek back to walsall 40 mins away.
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