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TV buying advise needed

silverdale

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My daughters after a new tv for Christmas. The rooms smallish so nothing more than a 32" but it needs to be a Smart TV Netflix all that.
I wanna try and keep cost down for other stuff for her, now bear in mind as long as it's a sharpish picture and 1/2 decent sound for the music channels that will do, it doesn't need every bell and whistle.
I saw a few here within the budget , what's your thoughts on this ?:-

Buy Bush 32 Inch HD DLED Smart TV at Argos.co.uk - Your Online Shop for Televisions, Televisions and accessories, Technology.
 

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Oh sorry, I did not see the reviews
maybe a sound bar will help?
A lot of ppl say this about 32in tv`s it seems looking at the reviews :(
 

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@noodles a soundbar would be defeating the object of keeping the cost down,

And digi I like the idea of the Hisense as I have the 55" 4k and I well impressed job but the smart apps are abit crap and she's after this.
I just wondered if Bush TV's have improved + the price was decent enough
 
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Don't forget Bush is an Argos own brand! I personally wouldn't buy it but each to their own. I hear good things about the Hisense brand also [emoji1360]


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Don't forget Bush is an Argos own brand! I personally wouldn't buy it but each to their own. I hear good things about the Hisense brand also [emoji1360]


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I love the Hisense but like I said it took 12 months for the BBC ap one to appear with an update and there's loads missing on mine , but , I don't use the smart much bar Netflix.
 

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I know it's not cheap but the new Sony TVs run android and can have kodi running on them directly. They are good but the price is obviously an issue.
 

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We've decided decorate and re-gigg her room before Christmas so her tv will now be at the end of her be rather than on the opposite wall.

A 32" will more than likely be too big. Any ideas on a 26" - 28" smart tv ?
 
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We've decided decorate and re-gigg her room before Christmas so her tv will now be at the end of her be rather than on the opposite wall.

A 32" will more than likely be too big. Any ideas on a 26" - 28" smart tv ?
What about what's already been recommended, but a smaller size [emoji14]


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I cant see any JVC 26-28" smart TV's or Hisense, they all seem to jump from a 24" to 32. My son has a 24" TV and it's a tab small so a 26-28" would probably be the way to go.
 

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LG 28MT48S Smart 28" LED TV 149.99 currys/PC world

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I know this is a little big but i just got a blaupunkt 43" full hd smart tv for £149 in tescos.


Sorry I seen noodles just listed it. Its available til the 28th in tescos (while stocks last)if that helps too