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Old 17th Aug 2023, 8:04 pm   #21
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Unfortunately the set is not accessible at the moment as its buried but if I dig it out I'll have a look.
Thanks! I am very curious to see what lurks inside a TV105D.
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Hi Daz,
Unfortunately the set is not accessible at the moment as its buried but if I dig it out I'll have a look.
Thanks! I am very curious to see what lurks inside a TV105D.
Perhaps a 625 only IF amplifier assembly made for system B?
I'm sure Bush exported TV sets to the continent.

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Old 17th Aug 2023, 11:05 pm   #23
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As a keen follower of John's YouTube videos, I remember seeing the TV105D he had. I don't recall it being dual standard but had an aluminum timebase chassis.

The timebase panel on Matt's set looks the same as a TV125DS even down to the horizontal linearity adjustment through a hole in the back!

The IF panel is not a TV125 as it has a preset control between the 405 625 contrast and brightness controls. Somewhere in the fog of reading about its use posted in the BVWS Forum would an interference limiter on 405 be possible as the set didn't use a PFL800 with the Mullard black level circuit?

Ahh, look and you will see.

It is a Bush TV115.

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Old 18th Aug 2023, 7:16 am   #24
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There's a thread here from 10 years ago about a
Bush TV in New Zealand.
https://www.vintage-radio.net/forum/...ad.php?t=77721
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Old 18th Aug 2023, 7:32 am   #25
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This is a picture of an export Bush TV from the
RTP virtual museum(Portuguese national broadcaster) link here.

https://museu.rtp.pt/exposicoes-temp...o-com-historia

Unfortunately no model number is given.
The two puhhbuttons which would be 405 625 on UK sets are labelled Vhf Uhf.
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Old 18th Aug 2023, 9:05 am   #26
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"Good Morning Portugal" and hello Mr Hoover.

What a pleasure to read from members elsewhere in Europe.

The advert posted showing "The Future of Bush TV" was eyeopening as the advert, showing the volume control etc. on the left hand side of the cabinet, was otherwise pictorially correct. What happened there? But I digress.

Who knew that Bush were marketing TV sets in Portugal? Any more surprises out there?

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Hi Simpsons,

That set was a TV105 DX. Quite a different set in the same cabinet, it's a single standard 625 line VHF set.
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Old 18th Aug 2023, 11:30 am   #28
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"Good Morning Portugal" and hello Mr Hoover.


Who knew that Bush were marketing TV sets in Portugal? Any more surprises out there?

Chris
Hi,
This is a strange looking Bush TV advertised in Portugal,from 1965.Reminds me a bit of the
last Murphy 19" before joining up with Bush.

http://www.santanostalgia.com/2013/0...-bush.html?m=1
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Hi,
This is a strange looking Bush TV advertised in Portugal,from 1965.Reminds me a bit of the
last Murphy 19" before joining up with Bush.

http://www.santanostalgia.com/2013/0...-bush.html?m=1
That looks like a moulded cabinet, as used on the Bush UK market model TV113 (which had a 405-625 line timebase, operated by a Bowden cable from the lever style switch below the on-off knob).
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Old 18th Aug 2023, 11:43 am   #30
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Hi John

Many thanks for the information on your Bush.

I'm always intrigued by the way model numbers are chosen by manufacturers when marketing a product.

Perhaps Pye using the term FV for fringe vision, Bush Marketing needed something different and turned to the telegraphic term DX. Until explained to Joe Public, I wonder what the term meant to them?

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Old 18th Aug 2023, 3:34 pm   #31
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This looks like the 23 inch version of the Bush sold in Portugal I linked to earlier.
https://lh6.ggpht.com/-Xy8bcZnkXOg/U...res-Bush14.jpg
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Old 19th Aug 2023, 8:24 am   #33
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That looks very similar to the Bush TV115 UK market chassis, which has a 405-625 switchable line timebase (the 625 line hold control is the far right knob of four, on the top left of the chassis).

The IF plug-in receiver unit is 405 only (System A). It would be replaced by a dual standard version if converted to full 405-625 (VHF) working.
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