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Bush 40" Led Full Hd Tv .. Was £299.99 now £199.99 @ Argos
Bush 40" Led Full Hd Tv .. Was £299.99 now £199.99 @ Argos

Bush 40" Led Full Hd Tv .. Was £299.99 now £199.99 @ Argos

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The combination of an LED screen with Full HD 1080p picture quality creates vivid colours with fantastic clarity. The integrated Freeview tuner gives you access to over 50 digital TV channels and 24 radio stations, all subscription free! Use the three HDMI sockets to connect external devices such as a Blu-ray player, set top box, games console or even a home cinema system.
Television picture quality:
LED TV Screen.
Full HD (1080p) display resolution.
Screen size: 40 inches
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Motion rate 50Hz.
Response time 8 milliseconds.
Viewing angle 170/170 degrees.
Connectivity:
1 SCART socket, 1 USB port and 3 HDMI sockets.
PC input socket.
Component video socket.
Composite.
Headphone socket.
AV socket.
Suitable for wall mounting 200 x 100 bracket.
Sound quality:
DTS sound system.
2 x 8 watts RMS power output.
Digital features:
Features USB video playback.
Freeview digital tuner.
Single core processor.
7 day electronic programme guide (EPG).
CI+ slot.
Additional features:
Sleep timer.
Child lock.
Size of TV H51.7, W90.6, D7.1cm.
Weight of TV 7.4kg (unpackaged).
Size of TV with stand: H58.2, W21, D90.6cm.
Weight of TV with stand: 8.7kg.
Energy efficiency information:
Energy efficiency rating: A+.
On mode power consumption 65 watts.
Annual power consumption 66kWh.
Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.

37 Comments

Decent looking spec, but why do so many 720p/1080p TVs decide not to have Freeview HD tuners? Criminal.

OK if you can get it in store, but would avoid their home delivery

worst ever. customer service is a pos too.

Original Poster

Just managed to pick the one up for my auntie no probs

I would avoid this TV like the plague! I bought it about 7 months

The sound on it is atrocious you only have to turn it to normal viewing sound levels and its very tinny. When anybody speaks they echo really bad.

Would never ever buy a Bush TV ever again. You definately get what you pay for! Next time I will be spending more money on a better brand i.e Sony, LG or Samsung

Edited by: "winklewoo79" 3rd Dec 2014

good spec.. lousy performance

Cheap TV is cheap. More on this at 10.

Bush 40"............that's some bush!

Love a big Bush!
But not this one though
Edited by: "crazylegs" 3rd Dec 2014

Sorry doesn't feel like a bargain unless I can elbow a middle aged woman in the windpipe in ASDA at midnight and drag the box across the shop floor.

winklewoo79

I would avoid this TV like the plague! I bought it about 7 monthsThe … I would avoid this TV like the plague! I bought it about 7 monthsThe sound on it is atrocious you only have to turn it to normal viewing sound levels and its very tinny. When anybody speaks they echo really bad.Would never ever buy a Bush TV ever again. You definately get what you pay for! Next time I will be spending more money on a better brand i.e Sony, LG or Samsung

Thats what sound bars was invented for
Edited by: "tinman41" 3rd Dec 2014

if you're gonna get a TV get a good one.

Original Poster

Nice to see the place is full of happy people

I think even Happy Shopper could do a Full HD TV these days. But would you buy it, just cos it's cheap? And whilst I realise your precocious..I mean 'precious' little 6 year old might not appreciate the finer points of micro-dimming and banding, they also would find more fun playing with the cardboard box. So get a Scalectrix or something and save a bit more.

LFCSuzanne

Nice to see the place is full of happy people



I prefer "rational".

not a fan of BUSH, don't know enough about the TV'S either.

I have got a 32" bush tv which i bought from argos 8 years ago and still going strong unlike other people's suggestions that smaller makes are worse than so called big brands.does it really matter what a tv spec is aslong as it works to watch tv on are people really that concerned about spending big money thinking they get a better viewing experience than anyone who bought a cheaper tv.
I would defo buy a 40" bush tv but not yet as i said before my tv works perfectly well

I have got a 32" bush tv which i bought from argos 8 years ago and still going strong unlike other people's suggestions that smaller makes are worse than so called big brands.does it really matter what a tv spec is aslong as it works to watch tv on are people really that concerned about spending big money thinking they get a better viewing experience than anyone who bought a cheaper tv.
I would defo buy a 40" bush tv but not yet as i said before my tv works perfectly well

Argos Customer service: I buy most of my household goods from Argos, I can and will say they give a very good service. Never quibble about anything. i.e. just in the last hour I rang up about a Toshiba Encore 8 32 tablet ( refurbished ) that I bought on the 7 Nov, which came with a 14 day return , that was an absolute dog, so I was way out on that, they couldn't have been more helpful, even going as far as picking it up from us tomorrow.

Original Poster

Exactly, haha, my auntie is on her own and only needs a basic cheap tv as hers is on the way out, this fitted the her budget perfectly, and she's happy enough with it. As will a lot of others who don't have mega money to splash on out on 3d/4k huge tvs !

I brought this approx 6 months ago when it was on offer for same price. Really pleased with the tv

I wouldn't buy it, as the picture and colours on Bush TV is horrible and you can't adjust settings properly. 7 years old Samsung has way better picture quality. EPG is horrible as well. Also There is no website for Bush electronics, so you can forget about receiving any updates, support etc.

Please don't waste your money and buy at least well known brand product.

Original Poster

I personally don't like Samsung. Wouldn't buy anything Samsung again. They are even worse for customer service and products aren't all that.

I personally find Argos customer service excellent.. However I cant vote hot on this tv, has it ever been more than 199?

For 229 you can get a considerably better set with 100hz, 200amr refresh if u prefer uses a third less electricity and better picture amazon.co.uk/Tos…1-4

Not sure if you can get something for £199 but I just spent 30 seconds on amazon to see how much you can get a branded tv for

Cheaper tv's usually cost more to run, if your planning on keeping it 5 years it might work out cheaper to spend £20 more, especially with prices rising every other month!

Buy a real tv for £50 more no deal here
Edited by: "waterloo" 3rd Dec 2014

mantelis

I wouldn't buy it, as the picture and colours on Bush TV is horrible and … I wouldn't buy it, as the picture and colours on Bush TV is horrible and you can't adjust settings properly. 7 years old Samsung has way better picture quality. EPG is horrible as well. Also There is no website for Bush electronics, so you can forget about receiving any updates, support etc.Please don't waste your money and buy at least well known brand product.



That's because bush aren't the name bush you are thinking about, anymore, the TV's are all made by UMC, just like Blaupunkt, technika, eternity, emotion, so the name Bush doesn't really mean what it used to and this looks extremely similar to the 40" Blaupunkt, i'd bet it's exactly the same picture/sound wise. We have the 32". Blaupunkt in our caravan and that's just a smaller version of the 40" and the picture is suprisingly good. I'd give this a go at £199 for a spare room or a bedroom.

£200 for bush?

http://static.fjcdn.com/pictures/Lol_1ede48_487953.jpg
Edited by: "tightasagnatschu" 3rd Dec 2014

the 39" smart TV from finlux still available online so can't see why anyone would choose this for the same price tbh

Original Poster

Because my oap Auntie didnt want a Smart Tv lol

winklewoo79

I would avoid this TV like the plague! I bought it about 7 monthsThe … I would avoid this TV like the plague! I bought it about 7 monthsThe sound on it is atrocious you only have to turn it to normal viewing sound levels and its very tinny. When anybody speaks they echo really bad.Would never ever buy a Bush TV ever again. You definately get what you pay for! Next time I will be spending more money on a better brand i.e Sony, LG or Samsung



So what you're saying is, the sound quality isn't great...like most flat screen TV's. I have a Samsung, the sound is awful, so more money doesn't always mean better. It's pretty well known that the in-built speakers on most flat screen TV's are usually pretty poor regardless of the manufacturer, it's the trade off that comes from them getting thinner and thinner.

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Banterlicious

Sorry doesn't feel like a bargain unless I can elbow a middle aged woman … Sorry doesn't feel like a bargain unless I can elbow a middle aged woman in the windpipe in ASDA at midnight and drag the box across the shop floor.



Bush - no thanks...........

very hot

Not a fan of bush only Kate

I have the 32 inch hd ready LCD which I bought for £279.99 about 4yrs ago and I can't put a foot wrong on it. despite what people are saying here. this is a good deal but if mine is working as it should then why replace. bush is a good make in my opinion. I'm just waiting on a good deal for xbone to finish my t.v. off

Banned

I got the 3D 32" Bush TV last November on a HUKD deal posted for £165. A year later and the TV is still as awesome as ever. I have it hooked to speakers to solve the tinny sound issue & some fiddling with the colour schemes, I managed to get a great picture.

Fingers crossed they still have the offer ...heat added
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