Bush BFSAT01HD review | What Hi-Fi?

Although just about the same because the Grundig GUFSAT01HD and Goodmans GFSAT200HD models, this Bush has one further differentiating function over its brothers – it's £30 inexpensive (oh, and its faraway has silver buttons instead of grey).

It should be that Alba – the mother or father corporate to all three brands – feels the Bush name holds somewhat less price than that of Grundig and Goodmans, as in relation to spec and function, they're similar.

This Freesat field provides a particularly blank and stable picture from any broadcast, and HD channels are in reality lovely. However, there is a degree of softness to SD pictures, and some missing weight to audio efficiency.

The Bush stocks the same quite unsightly and underwhelming menu machine and EPG as its stable-mates, and setup was once in a similar fashion hit or miss.

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Considering this is equal to the Grundig and Goodmans but for less money, chances are you'll marvel why it doesn't ranking upper than its siblings?

The fact is that although saving £30 is superb, we don't think the Bush box is rather giving us the entire Freesat possible.

The general slight softness to standard-definition pronounces and lack of sonic weight are issues we expect to be progressed upon with long term models, both from this producer and others. So despite the fact that we might indubitably take the Bush over the Grundig and Goodmans fashions, we don't think it is worth 5 stars.

If you fancy getting your self the most cost effective Freesat HD field on the market, you would easiest head right down to Argos, as on the time of writing, that's the exclusive retailer of this Bush style.