Bush Bush 32 Inch HD Ready Smart LED TV
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Review of "Bush Bush 32 Inch HD Ready Smart LED TV"
After a smart TV that is cheap? Well this TV meets that the best. However, even though there are many good points to this TV there are some points which are a bit annoying. One thing you have to give it though is that it’s one of the cheapest smart TVs out there. I have had this Bush 32 inch Smart TV for about 4 months now so I will let you in on what I think about it.What’s good about this TV?
To start with it is very cheap for not only a 32 inch TV but very cheap for a smart tv. You can find this TV for around £150. Now, I think everyone would be asking themselves, “What’s the catch”? I too asked this very question.
This TV does have a lot of different functions. It has an internet browser, Free view, USB video playback, Apps such as YouTube, Facebook, BBC IPlayer etc.
I also like the look of the TV. It looks new and up to date, very light. Having a 32 inch TV is a very good size too. Not too small and not too big, so perfect for most room sizes. The picture quality is very good on this TV, so if you are the sort of person who like good graphics then this will be a winner.
Well firstly, the time it take for the TV to turn on. Usually you expect a TV to turn on nearly straight away, but not with this TV. You will be waiting around 8 seconds for the screen to turn on. Ok, so maybe that’s not that bad right? But, once the tv is turned on is searches to connect to your internet to make sure there is an established connection. During this time you cannot do anything with the TV, and this process can take up to 20-30 seconds! This might not affect some people but to me I find it very annoying.
One more thing that is a tad annoying is the remote control. You have to press the buttons firmly as sometimes it won’t recognise that it’s been pressed. Other than what I have mentioned already, I haven’t had any other problems with this TV. Bush is a well known brand so that gives something to make people trust the product a bit more.
Obviously there are other smart TVs out there that will definitely beat this hands down. I am aware that Samsung are meant to have one of the best smart TVs but the only thing with that is the price. So if you are someone who is after a smart TV but want one with a low price then this is definitely something to go for.
Basically, you get what you pay for.
Product Information : Bush Bush 32 Inch HD Ready Smart LED TV
Manufacturer's product description
Screen Size in Inches: 32
Sound System: Stereo
Realflat: with Real Flat Screen
Screen Format: 1366 x 768 pixels, 16:9
Frequency: 50 Hertz
VESA Mount: VESA 200 x 100
Standby Power Consumption in Watts: 0.5
On-Mode Power Consumption in Watts: 41
Energy Consumption per Year in kWh: 59
Energy Efficiency Class (EU): A
CI Plus: Yes
Number of Common Interface (CI) Slots: 1
DLNA certified: No
WiFi Connectivity: WiFi Ready
Number of Scart Interfaces: 1
LED Backlight: with LED Backlighting
Frame Refresh Rate in Hz: 50
Full HD: without Full HD (1080p)
HD ready: HD Ready
Vertical Resolution in Pixel: 768
Horizontal Resolution in Pixel: 1366
Application Store (IPTV): non-Smart TV
2D to 3D Conversion: No
USB Recording: No
Web Content Access: Yes
Web Browser: Yes
Electronic Program Guide (EPG): Yes
DVB-T: DVB-T (MPEG2)
DVD Player / Recorder: No
Screen Size in cm: 80
3D: without 3D Technology
Listed on Ciao since: 22/10/2014