Bush 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV delivered at Argos - £329.99
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Bush 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV delivered at Argos - £329.99

£329.99Argos Deals
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Found 9th Jan 2016
Just spotted, seems great deal.

LED TV Screen.
4K Ultra HD display resolution.
Screen size: 50 inches.
Motion rate 120Hz.
Response time 6.5 milliseconds.
Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.

84 Comments

Large bush?

Not for everyone.

this should go scorching if the 42" 'Philips' one at 299 was anything to go by. good spot OP.

backinstock

Large bush?Not for everyone.



griff4



Lol

Don't Alid do a 48' 4k unbranded tv for £299 with a 3 year warranty?

Good find,

Creative666

Don't Alid do a 48' 4k unbranded tv for £299 with a 3 year warranty?



But atleast this one is actually a brand. It may not be a Samsung but it's still a widely known brand

HDMI 2? HDCP 2.2? HDR?

Good deal. Wish it was a smart Tv tho.

Coffee100

Good deal. Wish it was a smart Tv tho.



Chromecast, Amazon stick etc etc or just plug a pc or.laptop into hdmi and that's cheaper and smarter than a "smart" TV.



3840*2160 display resolution for crystal clear images. Freeview Digital tuner - For hundreds of channels. 3 HDMI 1.4 , 1 HDMI 2.0 , 1 SCART, 1 USB , 1 Coaxial & Optical Audio Output, 1 Common Interface port - For easy connectivity. 2 channel and DTS sound system - For a rich and powerful sound.

1. Support dvb-t, mpeg2. 2 . Digital tv supports mheg5 (uk), lcn, epg, subtitle, and the audiolanguage etc. 3. Support USB 2.0 multimedia play, support audio and video play; support txt andpicture browse 4. Analogue and digital hd port input signal largest support 1080p. 5. The hdmi2.0 support 4k 60hz.

Television picture quality:

LED TV Screen.
4K Ultra HD display resolution.
Screen size: 50 inches.
Motion rate 120Hz.
Response time 6.5 milliseconds.
Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.

Connectivity:

1 SCART socket, 1 USB port and 4 HDMI sockets.
HDMI 2.0.
PC input socket.
Component video socket.
Composite socket.
Optical connection.
AV socket.
Suitable for wall mounting 200 x 200 bracket.

Sound quality:

DTS sound system.
2 x 8 watt RMS power output.

Digital features:

Features USB recording and video playback.
Micro dimming technology improves the contrast by dimming individual sections of the TV screen.
Freeview HD digital tuner.
Single core processor.
7 day electronic programme guide (EPG).

Additional features:

Sleep timer.
Child lock.
Size of TV H66.9, W125, D19cm.
Weight of TV 12kg (unpackaged).
Size of TV with stand: H82.4, W125, D19cm.
Weight of TV with stand: 17.5kg.

Energy efficiency information:

Energy efficiency rating: a.
On mode power consumption 92 watts.
Annual power consumption 134kWh.
Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.
This product contains lead.

dmcmsn

But atleast this one is actually a brand. It may not be a Samsung but … But atleast this one is actually a brand. It may not be a Samsung but it's still a widely known brand


That comes out of the same factory in Turkey with all the other unknown brands and then gets a Bush badge stuck on it....
Theres a reason why if you walk into the Walsall or Corby Argos Clearance bargains stores there are always pallet loads of 'Refurbished' Bush TV...... Huge failure rate.

That said it's not a bad price for what your getting but just don't be fooled into thinking your buying anything different to the other cheapo brand TV's you can buy in the supermarkets. Problem is it's getting hard to buy a low end TV now that isn't churned out of one of these cheap rebadging factories now as even the 'Known' brand names like Sharp, JVC, Panasonic are all licensing there name out for use by these factories as there budget range.

Edited by: "Uridium" 9th Jan 2016

dmcmsn

But atleast this one is actually a brand. It may not be a Samsung but … But atleast this one is actually a brand. It may not be a Samsung but it's still a widely known brand


But a 'brand' simply means that Argos have paid for the right to stick the name of a once respected British company on whatever cheap product they so choose. You didn't actually think there was a factory in some surviving corner of British industry with a Bush sign over the door did you?
Edited by: "Besford" 9th Jan 2016

Which is why at this price its almost a no brainer. If it gives you 4 years you can bin it and get the latest spec in another 4 years. Who knows, you may get OLED Bush set in 3 years time that will equal today's £2000 sets! Speed of progress and all that.....

I'm tempted to get one (with an extended warranty). I really want a Samsung Curve and have lusted after one since they first came out and they havent really dropped all that much in price. I still cnat justify the cost but am chomping at the bit to see some UHD content.

msharif911

I'm tempted to get one (with an extended warranty). I really want a … I'm tempted to get one (with an extended warranty). I really want a Samsung Curve and have lusted after one since they first came out and they havent really dropped all that much in price. I still cnat justify the cost but am chomping at the bit to see some UHD content.



Curved TV's are a fad....give them a couple more years and they'll vanish

Coffee100

Good deal. Wish it was a smart Tv tho.



They are overrated. Half the time the manufacturers just abandon their software or services support within a couple years and concentrate on whatever their new models are doing. As mentioned you're better off with a plug and play device in many instances

"BUSH" ?????
NOTHING Bush about it.
"Bush" was gobbled up by the corporate greed of foreigners many years ago. Another famous and respected British company name destroyed with full approval of our NON British loving governments.
People are Stupid if they think that they are buying ANYTHING British these days.
Vestel possibly.

dmcmsn

But atleast this one is actually a brand. It may not be a Samsung but … But atleast this one is actually a brand. It may not be a Samsung but it's still a widely known brand


I don't think you can call it a "BRAND". More like a STICK ON BADGE on a TV very probably sold under many different "BADGES"

Dave_dave69

3840*2160 display resolution for crystal clear images. Freeview Digital … 3840*2160 display resolution for crystal clear images. Freeview Digital tuner - For hundreds of channels. 3 HDMI 1.4 , 1 HDMI 2.0 , 1 SCART, 1 USB , 1 Coaxial & Optical Audio Output, 1 Common Interface port - For easy connectivity. 2 channel and DTS sound system - For a rich and powerful sound.1. Support dvb-t, mpeg2. 2 . Digital tv supports mheg5 (uk), lcn, epg, subtitle, and the audiolanguage etc. 3. Support USB 2.0 multimedia play, support audio and video play; support txt andpicture browse 4. Analogue and digital hd port input signal largest support 1080p. 5. The hdmi2.0 support 4k 60hz.Television picture quality: LED TV Screen. 4K Ultra HD display resolution. Screen size: 50 inches. Motion rate 120Hz. Response time 6.5 milliseconds. Viewing angle 178/178 degrees. Connectivity: 1 SCART socket, 1 USB port and 4 HDMI sockets. HDMI 2.0. PC input socket. Component video socket. Composite socket. Optical connection. AV socket. Suitable for wall mounting 200 x 200 bracket. Sound quality: DTS sound system. 2 x 8 watt RMS power output. Digital features: Features USB recording and video playback. Micro dimming technology improves the contrast by dimming individual sections of the TV screen. Freeview HD digital tuner. Single core processor. 7 day electronic programme guide (EPG). Additional features: Sleep timer. Child lock. Size of TV H66.9, W125, D19cm. Weight of TV 12kg (unpackaged). Size of TV with stand: H82.4, W125, D19cm. Weight of TV with stand: 17.5kg. Energy efficiency information: Energy efficiency rating: a. On mode power consumption 92 watts. Annual power consumption 134kWh. Standby power consumption 0.5 watt. This product contains lead.


So the "stand" weighs 5.5 Kilos ?

Besford

But a 'brand' simply means that Argos have paid for the right to stick … But a 'brand' simply means that Argos have paid for the right to stick the name of a once respected British company on whatever cheap product they so choose. You didn't actually think there was a factory in some surviving corner of British industry with a Bush sign over the door did you?


I don't recall the Bush brand ever being respected, adding further to my confusion about the Vestel/UMC debate.
Edited by: "damadgeruk" 9th Jan 2016

ratcatcher

So the "stand" weighs 5.5 Kilos ?



It would appear so - I think you would need a pretty hefty stand for a 50" TV.

6.5 ms seems good though

Bought this tv on new years Eve. Picture quality is brilliant, as is sound. Plenty of hdmi ports etc for what we need too. Having spoken to friends who paid out almost 2k for a curve tv, they wouldn't recommend one. We bought a chromecast for £25 which was preloaded with £20 Google play credit rather than paying extra for a smart tv.

Not a great TV, and certainly not a great price compared to deals posted in last couple of weeks for better brands. Seems any discounted TV post will go HOT regardless of the brand or quality of TV.

It's a 50" 4k for 300.. Who on earth can company for that buck! I bought an Hitachi 48" Smart tv before Christmas for the same price.. Shame on me

noahsdad

Not a great TV, and certainly not a great price compared to deals posted … Not a great TV, and certainly not a great price compared to deals posted in last couple of weeks for better brands. Seems any discounted TV post will go HOT regardless of the brand or quality of TV.


Any of these *better offers* still available?

damadgeruk

I don't recall the Bush brand ever being respected, adding further to my … I don't recall the Bush brand ever being respected, adding further to my confusion about the Vestel/UMC debate.


It was respected once - a long time ago - think valves!

mrbenjani

It's a 50" 4k for 300.. Who on earth can company for that buck! I bought … It's a 50" 4k for 300.. Who on earth can company for that buck! I bought an Hitachi 48" Smart tv before Christmas for the same price.. Shame on me



Where can I get it for £300?

does the TV have an ethernet port for internet connectivity? the reviews mention it does not have WiFi but would like to watch netflix ect on the tv

CrodileWrangler

does the TV have an ethernet port for internet connectivity? the reviews … does the TV have an ethernet port for internet connectivity? the reviews mention it does not have WiFi but would like to watch netflix ect on the tv



It's not a 'smart' TV so the Ethernet/WiFi would be almost pointless. Just get a Amazon Fire Stick or similar. They will do the internet part of things.
Edited by: "topss" 9th Jan 2016

Hi got this today, picture looks good, only problem i have is can't get a code to work for my sky remote

topss

It's not a 'smart' TV so the Ethernet/WiFi would be almost pointless. … It's not a 'smart' TV so the Ethernet/WiFi would be almost pointless. Just get a Amazon Fire Stick or similar. They will do the internet part of things.


Yer has Ethernet port and 4 hdmi ports 3 are 4K ones

JOEE4000

Yer has Ethernet port and 4 hdmi ports 3 are 4K ones



What's the Ethernet port useful for?

Plus from I can read, only one of the HDMIs is v2.0
Edited by: "topss" 9th Jan 2016

So I could connect an additional devise for Netflix
ect

angel5

Bought this tv on new years Eve. Picture quality is brilliant, as is … Bought this tv on new years Eve. Picture quality is brilliant, as is sound. Plenty of hdmi ports etc for what we need too. Having spoken to friends who paid out almost 2k for a curve tv, they wouldn't recommend one. We bought a chromecast for £25 which was preloaded with £20 Google play credit rather than paying extra for a smart tv.



Have you done any gaming on it by any chance? Any idea on how much input lag it has?
Edited by: "Flynn_Lives" 9th Jan 2016

CrodileWrangler

So I could connect an additional devise for Netflix ect



Yes that's the only way to get Netflix on this TV. But that's not a negative. Built in smart features are generally rubbish.

stormywhether

Any of these *better offers* still available?



I don't have time to look or shop around for you, but just about any decent brand alternative has to be better than a BUSH. This even does the job: Samsung UE48J5100 48" Full HD LED TV
Excellent full HD with 200 PQI! And for £348.60 and your getting a decent brand. Deal thread here

Isn't BUSH, Argos own make? Or maybe its ALBA. If its not there is a very close tie in, just don't rate BUSH, heard of peoples BUSH TV going ker'poot after a year. Might be fine for a 20" budget bush, but just not worth getting cheap for 40" plus.

Edited by: "noahsdad" 9th Jan 2016

'BUSH' simply tells you where it was bought - NOT who made it. Such is marketing/branding today.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bush_(brand)

noahsdad

I don't have time to look or shop around for you, but just about any … I don't have time to look or shop around for you, but just about any decent brand alternative has to be better than a BUSH. This even does the job: Samsung UE48J5100 48" Full HD LED TVExcellent full HD with 200 PQI! And for £348.60 and your getting a decent brand. Deal thread hereIsn't BUSH, Argos own make? Or maybe its ALBA. If its not there is a very close tie in, just don't rate BUSH, heard of peoples BUSH TV going ker'poot after a year. Might be fine for a 20" budget bush, but just not worth getting cheap for 40" plus.



The tv you linked to is 1080P, not 4K.

Edited by: "n00b" 9th Jan 2016
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