Hitachi TV Review
The overall quality - or lack of it - does not justify a demand for a refund according to Argos.
If it it doesn't have a verifiable fault, hard cheese! It does explain why they do not put them on display, alongside decent quality T.V.'s.
Morpheus - Maybe the org could snap them up for the LDC.
I think you missed my point, fall guy...
it would be a damn shame if SOMETHING HAPPENED TO IT that made it defective and you HAD TO RETURN IT
most large flat tv's sound rubbish--i use a soundbar with a big sub.
Haven't seen a Hitachi TV for ages where I'm at. The local TV market is dominated by Samsung, the most aggressive market player. The main Japanese players are Panasonic & Sony, which have lost a lot of market share to Samsung in recent years
There is consumer protection in the EU.
You can return it.
The new gen Sonys have the best picture quality of all screens. 100%.
Stan has a good suggestion. We also add a speaker system to our very cheap TVs, the sound quality can end up better than a very expensive TV.
@ gorbatchov - If the TV does not have a fault, there is definitely no returning it if it has been plugged in and set up, because it is classed as second-hand and is now un-sellable by Argos. (according to the manager)
The huge 30-day return poster in-store specifically states that not all items are included if you change your mind.
I've learned a lesson or two.
Always worth a try returning it.
The last thing Argos wants is your letter in the local rag or complaints to the local Trading Standards.
I once bought a mitre saw from B&Q. I used it and returned it because the angles were not accurate. They moaned but still gave me a refund.
The Fall Guy......Why don't you reread Morpheus' posts again. Good advice.