Bush 32 Inch HD Ready Freeview Titanium LED TV £199.99 @ Argos
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Bush 32 Inch HD Ready Freeview Titanium LED TV £199.99 @ Argos

£199.99Argos Deals
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Found 4th Apr 2012
Is this a good deal? I know it's not a branded TV butmy budget is £200 for a 32 inch Tv ( for the bedroom)

Bush 32 Inch HD Ready Freeview Titanium LED TV.
Television picture quality:
HD Ready display resolution.
Integrated digital.
Freeview and Freesat digital tuner.
32in (81cm) widescreen TV.
Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.
Refresh rate 60Hz.
Brightness 300cd/m2.
Contrast ratio 3000:1 (native).
Response time 6.5ms.
Viewing angle 170/170 degrees.
Progressive scan.
Connectivity:
3 HDMI sockets.
1 SCART socket.
PC input socket.
Component video socket.
AV socket.
1 USB port.
Sound quality:
NICAM sound system.
2 x 10 watts RMS power output.
Digital features:
Digitally interactive.
Digital text.
Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
RF loop.
Auto setup.
Now and next programme guide.
Top up TV compatible.
CI slot.
Additional features:
UHF/VHF tuner.
Sleep timer.
Child lock.
Remote control batteries required 2 x AAA (included).
Size of TV H48.2, W77.3, D4.4cm.
Weight of TV 8.6kg (unpackaged).
Complete with tabletop stand.
Size of TV with stand H54.5, W77.3, D20.9cm.
Weight of TV with stand 9.3kg.
Suitable for wall mounting with a VESA 200 x 100mm bracket.
Energy efficiency information:
Energy efficiency rating: B.
On mode power consumption 57 watts.
Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.
EAN/MPN/UPC/ISBN: 5060237230460.
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Sounds good to me ive had a bush for a few years and its been fine never had a problem
No Freeview HD,or 3D, or 100Hrz and only 720p...

...and it's a bush

If I was you I would spend a little more and get a proper brand name like Sony and avoid these cheap supermarket TV's.
I dont think she needs or wants 3D r HD! For the price you cant go wrong for a basic tv, plus if you did want HD you can pick up and Freeview HD box for under 50 quid these days
epicvibe321

No Freeview HD,or 3D, or 100Hrz and only 720p......and it's a bush :(If I … No Freeview HD,or 3D, or 100Hrz and only 720p......and it's a bush :(If I was you I would spend a little more and get a proper brand name like Sony and avoid these cheap supermarket TV's.



Thank you budget is £200, might be able to stretch a bit more but how much extra would it be freebies HD extra?

Do I need 1080p for a bedroom 32 inch TV?
sony 32 @ M&S £279 with 5 year warranty - bought one
Sid Harper

sony 32 @ M&S £279 with 5 year warranty - bought one



Thank you but that is 40% over budget!!
there's a nice brand new 32" hd ready sharp on ebay for 199:

ebay.co.uk/itm…448

or if you don't mind refurbished with a 6 month warranty for a 32" Full hd toshiba @ 199.97 delivered:

ebay.co.uk/itm…f19

Last 2 televisions have been manufacturer/seller refurbished and never had any problems though i guess with these things it may be a bit 50/50 at times... good luck!
A review in the latest Which magazine has slated the sound quality of this set.

Their comments are that picture quality is just about satisfactory but sound quality is shockingly poor with a low level hum audible in quiet passages. Remote control is poor quality, has small and wobbly keys and the EPG is a disaster.

They recommended that it be avoided.

I purchased a 19" Bush from Argos last year but returned it within a matter of days. Aside from the tinny sound, which drove me mad, it wouldn't switch off with the remote and I had to turn off using a button hidden around the back of the set.

Take a look at Richer Sounds for starters.

richersounds.com

Edited by: "Neil49" 4th Apr 2012
lozfitz

Thank you but that is 40% over budget!!



So what? Consider the lifespan of the Sony compared to this budget Bush telly, then consider the difference in sound, picture, and software quality. £80 difference isn't much over the course of five years, especially if you have to buy another £200 Bush telly in that time because the first one broke down.
Very have this one on offer at the moment for slightly more than £200.

very.co.uk/sha…ion

I'm sure Sharp are a better make too and you can pay for it interest free over 3 months
dxx

So what? Consider the lifespan of the Sony compared to this budget Bush … So what? Consider the lifespan of the Sony compared to this budget Bush telly, then consider the difference in sound, picture, and software quality. £80 difference isn't much over the course of five years, especially if you have to buy another £200 Bush telly in that time because the first one broke down.



Good point, thank you.

I'll try and save a bit more and change the budget to £279 to £300. Thank you
Neil49

I purchased a 19" Bush from Argos last year but returned it within a … I purchased a 19" Bush from Argos last year but returned it within a matter of days. Aside from the tinny sound, which drove me mad, it wouldn't switch off with the remote and I had to turn off using a button hidden around the back


Reminds me that I'm a married man...
2k56

there's a nice brand new 32" hd ready sharp on ebay for 199:


Remember the low end sharps are Vestel - so same stuff inside as the bush, probably
Ok op as your budget is strictly £200, the best I can find is in the link below.

personally I wouldn't (normally) recommend it due to concerns over picture quality but for the money it does offer more features that the bush tv you posted

32" Full HD LED* TV with PVR and SRS Audio - Kogan Elite LED32

Full1080p
50/60Hrz
LED edge lit LCD pannel
USB PVR function for recording/playback live TV onto memory stick, supported formats:
AVI (MPEG - 1/2/4 and divx 4 coded) and MP4 (MPEG - 1/2/4 and divx 4 coded), MP3, WMA, JPEG, BMP

Total Price £199 Delivered
Link to Kogan TV
Edited by: "epicvibe321" 4th Apr 2012
lozfitz

Good point, thank you.I'll try and save a bit more and change the budget … Good point, thank you.I'll try and save a bit more and change the budget to £279 to £300. Thank you



Good man.

A quick spot of Googling brought the telly up, btw. Click here to see it. If you use TopCashBack, they'll give you 3.03% back (clicky) too.
2k56

there's a nice brand new 32" hd ready sharp on ebay for 199:

epicvibe321

Ok op as your budget is strictly £200, the best I can find is in the … Ok op as your budget is strictly £200, the best I can find is in the link below.personally I wouldn't (normally) recommend it due to concerns over picture quality but for the money it does offer more features that the bush tv you posted 32" Full HD LED* TV with PVR and SRS Audio - Kogan Elite LED32Full1080p50/60HrzLED edge lit LCD pannelUSB PVR function for recording/playback live TV onto memory stick, supported formats:AVI (MPEG - 1/2/4 and divx 4 coded) and MP4 (MPEG - 1/2/4 and divx 4 coded), MP3, WMA, JPEG, BMPTotal Price £199 DeliveredLink to Kogan TV



oh yes heard that before so i guess it won't be much better then... personally i would take the refurbished full hd toshiba over the sharp.




kogan not too long ago were running a campaign telling consumers they were using samsung/lg panels in their TVs. however they did get into trouble with samsung/lg for advertising the fact. If that is still true that makes this tv a good deal.


Edited by: "2k56" 4th Apr 2012
dooper

Review... … Review... http://www.which.co.uk/technology/tv-and-dvd/reviews/led--lcd-and-plasma-tv/bush-blcd32h8/review/Score 35% "DON'T BUY"Probably the best available TV near this price is the £233 LG 32LK330...Review... http://www.which.co.uk/technology/tv-and-dvd/reviews/led--lcd-and-plasma-tv/lg-32lk330u/review/Score 60%http://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-32LK330U-32-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B004ZC3LIC/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1333550306&sr=1-1



Much appreciated, thank you
i am not gonna buy a Bush tv anymore even for the toilet
cold from me
sorry
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