Bush 55 Inch Full HD 1080p Freeview LCD TV - Argos now £599.99 (was £999.99)

Bush 55 Inch Full HD 1080p Freeview LCD TV - Argos now £599.99 (was £999.99)

£599.99Argos Deals
Found 25th Jul 2012
£400 off !!

Boasting a 55 inch LCD screen, this Bush TV will become a real feature in any room for all the family to enjoy. Full HD 1080p provides superior clarity and sharp detail making images come alive. View files from your computer via the PC input or utilise the HDMI ports by connecting your DVD player or games console for added entertainment.


Television picture quality:

•Full HD 1080p display resolution.
•Integrated Freeview digital tuner.
•55in (139.7cm) widescreen TV.
•Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
•Refresh rate 120Hz.
•Brightness 450cd/m2.
•Contrast ratio 5000:1 (native).
•Response time 6.5miliseconds.
•Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.
•Progressive scan.

•3 HDMI sockets, 1 SCART socket and 1 USB port.
•PC input socket.
•Component video socket.
•Headphone socket.
•AV socket (side).
Sound quality:

•2 x 8 watts RMS power output.
Digital features:

•Digital text.
•Digital audio broadcasting (DAB).
•Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
•Auto setup.
•Auto scan for new channels.
•Now and next programme guide.
•7 day electronic programme guide (EPG).
•CI slot.
•Audio description compatible.
Additional features:

•Sleep timer.
•Child lock.
•Picture and text.
•Remote control batteries required 2 x AAA (included).
•Size of TV H80.7, W132, D12.1cm.
•Weight of TV 30.5kg (unpackaged).
•Complete with tabletop stand.
•Size of TV with stand H86.8, W132, D36.4cm.
•Weight of TV with stand 33.5kg.
•Suitable for wall mounting with a VESA 400 x 400mm bracket (bracket not included).
Energy efficiency information:

•Energy efficiency rating: B.
•On mode power consumption 143 watts.
•Standby power consumption 0.46 watt.
•Annual power consumption 209kWh.
Community Updates


In before no 3D , freview hd and its bush.
None likes a big bush.
Which magazine says do not buy !
A TV like this will have a cheap/poor freeview tuner built in and will give a much better picture when using a better quality external source - freeview or satellite.
I would not dismiss this tv outright but I would strongly advise that you see the TV working before purchase.

The 60" Sharp led at about £999 or the new sub - £900 plasma's are the alternatives.
unreal that manufacturers are still making tvs without a freeview HD tuner! Wouldnt pay £300 for this TV, let alone £600
Would think it would be ok used with HD cable sat or free view like zzzz says
As you would using HDMI so fairly direct to the panel
I don't watch broadcast tv so don't need freeview HD, 3D is irrelevant as I would never use it (looking like a bell-end with glasses on in the living room is not exactly impressive technology), Bush is a crappy brand however. If it was £300 as mentioned above I would buy without blinking, but at this price I would rather drop to 50" and get a much better model.

I'm sure it could be a good choice for some however... Spec isn't too bad.
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