Hitachi 50 Inch Smart 4K UHD TV With HDR £379.99 / Bush 32 Inch HD Ready Smart TV £159.99 @ Argos
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Hitachi 50 Inch Smart 4K UHD TV With HDR £379.99 / Bush 32 Inch HD Ready Smart TV £159.99 @ Argos

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Found 26th Apr
Couple of great TV offers at Argos - just in time for the World Cup!

Get Deal link goes to the Hitachi 50 Inch Smart 4K UHD TV With HDR for £379.99 & you can find the Bush HERE

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Make the most of movie nights with this 50 inch Ultra High Definition TV from Hitachi. Enjoy stunning 4K entertainment and Smart TV features, with built-in Freeview HD as well as Freeview Play. You'll have lots of TV to choose from, with live TV and catch up services. There's easy to access Netflix and YouTube apps on the Hitachi smarTVue portal, so you can watch your favourite programmes and movies whenever you wish. Saorview is available for people in the Republic of Ireland.

Do more with your TV. 3 HDMI slots gives you plenty of space to connect your games consoles, DVD player or sound bar.

Netflix, Youtube, BBC iPlayer, the ITV hub, All 4 and Demand 5, YouTube, Netflix, Opera TV Store.

Television picture quality:

  • LED TV Screen.
  • 4K Ultra HD Certified display resolution.
  • Screen size: 50 inches.
  • Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.

Connectivity:

  • 2 USB ports and 3 HDMI sockets.
  • Smart TV.
  • VGA input socket.
  • Component video socket.
  • Composite socket.
  • Optical connection.
  • Headphone socket.
  • AV socket.
  • Wi-Fi enabled.
  • Ethernet connection.
  • DLNA compatibility.
  • Miracast.
  • Open browser.
  • Suitable for wall mounting 200 x 200 bracket.

Digital features:

  • Features USB video playback.
  • Freeview Play digital tuner.
  • Saorview digital tuner (Saorview can only be received in the Republic of Ireland).
  • Single core processor.
  • CI plus slot.
Additional features:

  • Sleep timer.
  • Parental controls.
  • Size of TV H66, W113, D8cm.
  • Weight of TV 11.45kg (unpackaged).
  • Size of TV with stand: H72.8, W113.4, D28.2cm.
  • Weight of TV with stand: 12.9kg.

Energy efficiency information:

  • Energy efficiency rating: A+.
  • On mode power consumption 71 watts.
  • Annual power consumption 103kWh.
  • Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.


Bush 32 Inch HD Ready Smart TV


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Built for entertainment, this 32 inch Smart TV from Bush is perfect for your family home. Jam-packed with 24/7 online entertainment, view Hollywood blockbusters with Netflix, watch the latest trending videos on YouTube and update your Facebook or Twitter. With Freeview Play you'll have subscription free access to all the latest TV, plus seven days catch-up from BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5 and UK TV. And don't forget that for a completely fuss-free set up, WiFi is built-in.

With two HDMI ports you can connect up your games consoles, Blu-ray Player or a soundbar, whilst the USB port lets you playback any downloaded content with a USB.

BBC iplayer, the itv hub, all 4 and demand 5, youtube, Netflix, opera tv store.

Television picture quality:

  • LED TV Screen.
  • HD Ready display resolution.
  • Screen size: 32 inches.
  • Motion rate 50Hz.
  • Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.
  • Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.

Connectivity:

  • 1 SCART socket, 1 USB port and 2 HDMI sockets.
  • Smart TV.
  • VGA input socket.
  • Component video socket.
  • Composite socket.
  • Headphone socket.
  • AV socket.
  • Wi-Fi enabled.
  • Ethernet connection.
  • DLNA compatibility.
  • Open browser.
  • Suitable for wall mounting 200 x 100 bracket.

Digital features:

  • Features USB video playback.
  • Freeview Play digital tuner.
  • Single core processor.
  • CI plus slot.
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Dont bother with the Hitachi worst tv i ever bought
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Hot for 4k , Cold for HD ready.
Dont bother with the Hitachi worst tv i ever bought
sam_of_london28 m ago

Hot for 4k , Cold for HD ready.


How did you split your vote?
FamilyGuy671 h, 47 m ago

Dont bother with the Hitachi worst tv i ever bought


Mine has been good.
shalton2 h, 29 m ago

Mine has been good.


Mine too. These days even the cheapest TV's produce a decent looking picture.
Most of the cheap own-brand electronics in Argos really doesn't last the course - so unless you literally just want the cheap Bush TV for a couple of years it is usually cheaper and less grief to just get the equivalent with a guarantee somewhere like Richer Sounds.
shalton2 h, 51 m ago

Mine has been good.


Is it a Hitachi TV or a Vestel with Hitachi stuck on the front? I bought a Hitachi TV in 2004, still going, though that was a 'proper' Hitachi TV.
MDL19926 m ago

Mine too. These days even the cheapest TV's produce a decent looking …Mine too. These days even the cheapest TV's produce a decent looking picture.


The problem isn't with the picture quality, it's the reliability that is poor. Many people don't check (or care) about this, until it's too late. Argos will rarely cover repairs outside the warranty. I've had Tesco pay for the repair of a Panasonic TV that was 2.5 years old.
damadgeruk8 m ago

The problem isn't with the picture quality, it's the reliability that is …The problem isn't with the picture quality, it's the reliability that is poor. Many people don't check (or care) about this, until it's too late. Argos will rarely cover repairs outside the warranty. I've had Tesco pay for the repair of a Panasonic TV that was 2.5 years old.



My Hitachi is 7 years old and still going strong. I think it's luck of the draw with reliability. More expensive brands can also fail.
Edited by: "MDL199" 26th Apr
MDL19953 m ago

My Hitachi is 7 years old and still going strong. I think it's luck of the …My Hitachi is 7 years old and still going strong. I think it's luck of the draw with reliability. More expensive brands can also fail.


But the point is, if you have a more expensive brand there is more likelihood in it getting fixed by that brand.
TimeFor_Tech28 m ago

But the point is, if you have a more expensive brand there is more …But the point is, if you have a more expensive brand there is more likelihood in it getting fixed by that brand.


I think with modern TV's if it's anything major and your TV is out of warranty then it's nearly always cheaper to buy a new TV. Something simple can be repaired whatever the brand.
damadgeruk8 h, 37 m ago

Is it a Hitachi TV or a Vestel with Hitachi stuck on the front? I bought a …Is it a Hitachi TV or a Vestel with Hitachi stuck on the front? I bought a Hitachi TV in 2004, still going, though that was a 'proper' Hitachi TV.


What is ment by a vestel? Im looking alot at tvs and seeing this alot, tnz
leechris8220 m ago

What is ment by a vestel? Im looking alot at tvs and seeing this alot, tnz


en.m.wikipedia.org/wik…tel
Picture quality generally considered good, typically poor sound (common to most modern TVs), awful build quality /reliability though due to the high numbers built you'll often have people saying theirs is 7 years old and works fine. I know of some old ones too though I see too many failures to use one. If you must buy one, get a 5 year warranty, I'd bet you'll need it.
Edited by: "damadgeruk" 26th Apr
I too bought a 'fake' Hitachi that turned out to be a Vestel. It failed just outside the warranty, and whoever Hitachi employed to do the abysmal after sales service weren't interested. Such a shame, as the old Hitachi I had was excellent. I will never buy another.
What's a world cup?
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