Bush 5.1 100W Blu-ray Home Cinema Kit @ Argos £99.99 (was £279.99)
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Bush 5.1 100W Blu-ray Home Cinema Kit @ Argos £99.99 (was £279.99)

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Found 29th Dec 2011
I am looking around for a home cinema system and came across this, I don't have a blue-ray player at the moment either so it looks a decent deal. Just found it online now, so not sure if it is instore or not.

Reviews aren't too bad either. First post so be nice if you like!

Full Product Info -

Blu-ray and DVD player

BD-Live - enables you to download extra content from the movie you're watching.
Blu-ray Region B and DVD Region 2.
PAL progressive.
Upscales to 1080i and 1080p.
Playback compatibility: DVD, Blu-ray, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, BD-R/RE, JPEG and AVCHD.
Sound quality:

Dolby Digital, DTS and Dolby True HD decoding.
Connectivity:

HDMI.
1 SCART input.
USB port.
Ethernet port.
Additional information:

Remote control batteries required 2 x AAA (included).
Size H4.5, W43, D25cm.
Weight 2.4kg.
Energy efficiency information:

On mode power consumption 25 watts.
Standby power consumption 1 watt.
Home cinema system features:

5.1 system.
100 watts total power output.
Subwoofer 35 watts.
Centre speaker 13 watts.
4 satellite speakers, 13 watts each.
Active amplifier.
Size of centre speaker H9, W32.5, D3.5cm.
Size of each satellite speaker H33.5, W9, D3.5cm.
Size of subwoofer H32, W16.5, D30cm.
Additional Information
Current selling price valid until 02/01/2012

9 Comments

Banned

It's Bush, keep looking.

100 Watts total. That's going to sound worse than the telly

you want atleast 40w rms per channel and like a 100w sub...my opinion anyway.

OK for £100 if you're not to fussed about audio quality...the BD Player will be a bit meh and the speakers will give you loud noises at the expense of any clarity.

Personally I'd just buy a Panasonic DMP-BDT110 or Sony BDP-S480 for spinning the discs and save some more money for the audio...

Have avoided Bush since we stupidly went 'all Bush' a few years ago ( no double-entendre intended). TV, video, DVD and stereo. All died within twelve months. Used retailer warranty to replace all with different brands. Even when they worked, all were of appalling quality.

I`m not keen on Bush.... I prefer a shaven haven.

To counter the negative comments about Bush. I have a 26inch Bush TV that has been quite good since purchase. It's feeling old now being 4 years old but none the less remains a good workhorse. So if you are just looking to move into the 21st century on the cheap and have a bit more kick than the 10-20watts of power that most TVs kick out then this would be a good deal overall if you ask me especially if you have never had surround sound.

It wont be kicking out the Cinema experience that most of the negative voters will have been talking about 'needing' but you will feel a difference and move up with the times to allow yourself to obtain some of the cheap bluray disk deals we have seen recently.
Edited by: "Astec123" 29th Dec 2011

Astec123

To counter the negative comments about Bush. I have a 26inch Bush TV that … To counter the negative comments about Bush. I have a 26inch Bush TV that has been quite good since purchase. It's feeling old now being 4 years old but none the less remains a good workhorse. So if you are just looking to move into the 21st century on the cheap and have a bit more kick than the 10-20watts of power that most TVs kick out then this would be a good deal overall if you ask me especially if you have never had surround sound. It wont be kicking out the Cinema experience that most of the negative voters will have been talking about 'needing' but you will feel a difference and move up with the times to allow yourself to obtain some of the cheap bluray disk deals we have seen recently.



I disagree I think a TV with 20Watts will sound better than this. These are 13 Watt speakers by a cheap brand, they will sound terrible. My 7yr old system was 70watts per channel and 120watt Sub. Wouldn't recommend a lot less.

I disagree I think a TV with 20Watts will sound better than this. These … I disagree I think a TV with 20Watts will sound better than this. These are 13 Watt speakers by a cheap brand, they will sound terrible. My 7yr old system was 70watts per channel and 120watt Sub. Wouldn't recommend a lot less.


2 channel in TV stereo is nothing compared to any level of a 5.1 set up. No it wont blast you away with sound but it will be 80watts better off and at least give some level of bass and for £100.00 is an ideal way to introduce a person to the cinema experience in home and a damned sight cheaper than buying something 5times more expensive to find that you could of gotten the basic experience you wanted for a lot less.

Also my 5.1 system is 100W per channel and I wouldnt change it for anything, but I started with a small 2.1 set and caught the bug to move on up but I would never have spent 100s on my set up when I started.
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