Product Type: Bush 3D LCD TV
Newest Review: ... all possible wires into it and turn it on for further instruction. The interface was very straightforward and easy to setup which made ... more
Does all the basics, and more!
Bush 32 Inch LCD 3D TV
Member Name: NotMyToothbrush
Bush 32 Inch LCD 3D TV
Advantages: Great picture and sound, cheap
Disadvantages: Passive 3D isn't as good quality as Active, poor remote
We spent Christmas this year over at my Grandad's house. This year he happened to have been bought this TV as a joint gift from a couple of members of the family. Considering I was there, I ended up setting it up for him and pretty much the rest of our day resolved around watching this new TV in his lounge.
The setup of the TV, as with many TVs, was relatively simple; take it out of the box, put it on the table, plug all possible wires into it and turn it on for further instruction. The interface was very straightforward and easy to setup which made tuning the TV a breeze. Within about 10 minutes of starting, the TV was set up and displaying TV programs.
The picture of this TV was very impressive, I was really surprised when I found of that the TV was only around £250 as I was expecting the TV to be far more expensive considering the vibrancy of the image it produced. It was a similar story for sound too as that was excellent and I could find no faults with it whatsoever.
This TV can display 3D images through the progressive method as opposed to active. The main difference between these two technologies that active required powered glasses (with batteries) whereas progressive does not. This makes the 3D aspect of the TV very cheap to continue using as the glasses are both cheap to buy initially and they are also not in need of batteries every few months too as the active ones are. One downside of the passive 3D in this set is that the 3D quality of passive is generally considered to not be as good as active - however for my Grandad, this isn't really a problem as we do not think he would notice.
The main problem with this set was the remote, its range does seem to be a little low. This means that I must occasionally press a button multiple times for a response. As the remote is the main Human-Computer interface device of a TV, I am not impressed by this and will mean that it looses its otherwise flawless score.
Summary: Fantastic for anybody considering its low price, but we expect complains about the remote.
|Ease of use:|