Insignia™ - 43" Class - LED - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR Roku TV

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Enjoy vivid pictures and plenty of detail from this Insignia LED TV. It has a maximum 4K resolution so that you get even more lifelike images from 4K broadcasts, and a rapid 60Hz refresh rate keeps motion looking seamless. LED technology provides high clarity and deep contrasts from this Insignia LED TV.

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Overview

What's Included


  • Batteries
  • Insignia 43" Class - LED - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR Roku TV
  • Owner's manual
  • Remote control
  • Stand

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
95% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1222 out of 1289)

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Features


Roku Smart TV

Roku TV offers access to stream 500,000+ movies and TV episodes from one simple, intuitive interface.

Search with your voice

Using the Roku mobile app, you can find the content you're looking for using voice commands. Just say what you're looking for and Roku Voice Search delivers results in the palm of your hand.

42.5" screen (measured diagonally from corner to corner)

A great size for a living room or mid-sized home theater space.

2160p resolution for breathtaking HD images

Watch 4K movies and TV shows at 4x the resolution of Full HD, and upscale your current HD content to gorgeous, Ultra HD-level picture quality.

Watch high dynamic range (HDR) content on your TV

With an HDR-compatible 4K TV, you can enjoy HDR movies and TV shows, in addition to all your current content.

Built-in Roku smart platform delivers access to a world of entertainment

Stream from Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus, or choose from more than 4,000 other streaming channels.

LED TVs perform well in all lighting conditions

They also deliver plasma-like deep blacks and rich colors.

DTS TruSurround

Two 8W main channel speakers deliver an immersive virtual surround sound experience.

3 HDMI inputs for the best home theater connection

High-speed HDMI delivers up to 2160p picture and digital surround sound in one convenient cable. HDMI cable not included.

Enjoy the picture from multiple angles

178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles provide a clear picture for viewers seated near the side of the screen.

Web-based services and content require high-speed Internet service. Some services may require a subscription.


Overall customer rating

4.6
95%
would recommend to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Good deal but one big flaw

    Posted
    lovebingo
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    This is a very good low-end UDH TV with a major flaw that might be a deal-breaker for some. Let's get the flaw out of the way before getting to the good stuff: the viewing angle is terrible. At 30 degrees off center the colors and contrast noticeably fade. At 60 degrees the picture is almost completely washed out. If the TV is for a large room, viewers who are not directly in front of the screen will be very disappointed. If I had known about the viewing angle I probably wouldn't have gotten the Insignia. On the other hand, as a practical matter it hasn't affected our viewing because the set is in a small room. Now to the good stuff. Head on, the HD picture is very good. It's about the same as my five year-old mid-range 42" LG, which is high praise. I haven't been able to evaluate much UHD yet, but what I've seen, mostly on Amazon and YouTube, is mixed. The UHD resolution doesn't seem much better than standard HD. Whether this is because the UHD circuitry isn't very good or because it does a great job upscaling conventional HD I can't say. In either case, the picture is impressive.The built-in ROKU works beautifully and it doesn't take long to master the ROKU-centric remote. This may be a "low-end" or "entry level" UHD TV but that doesn't mean bare bones. About the only things I wish the set had are HDR, bluetooth and at least one more USB port. To compensate, there are neat extras that I didn't expect. The available iOS and Android apps are impressive and provide a level of control over settings that the built-in settings don't. For example, they allow you to individually control the audio/visual settings on each of the HDMI and RF inputs. Unlike the IR remote, the apps are wifi based and don't require a direct line of sight to the TV. Other bonuses: The on/off/standby light can be set to be always off. The usb port can be used for a thumb drive which will record paused signals from the RF connector, that is, from an over-the-air antenna or a cable that doesn't use a set-top box. This has turned out to be very handy, and works well with two qualifications. First, this is not a true DVR. When you change stations or power off, the recording is lost. Second, although the manual says a 16 GB or larger USB drive will work, my experience is that only 32G or larger will. More unexpected pros: the sound is remarkably good. If you want a soundbar or headphones or a pass through to an audio receiver, there are connections for all of those (except via bluetooth). For good measure there is also an optical audio output. Antenna OTA reception is better than cable. Finally, after a month the set has held up well with no glitches of any kind. It seems well made. Time will tell how reliable it is. If it does break after the Best Buy 15-day return period, it has to be shipped at the customer's expense to a repair facility. So far, though, so good.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    4K TV Roku Review

    Posted
    AshBear06
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    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    First and foremost I must say Insignia brand has improved significantly since they have came out. I have purchased higher end TV's and much to no avail they all don't last past the 3 year mark. Insignia is a in store brand and they also are made with LG parts so don't assume that you get something low end. This 4K TV in particular is nice you can screen mirror your phone, smart TV with all the streaming channels imaginable and you can still connect your cable box with it. Setup literally took me no more than 10 minutes and you don't need to be super tech savy to setup. I do recommend if you're getting a roku TV to setup your account prior to purchasing the TV this makes the setup even easier. All smart TV's are geared towards mainly streaming however I do have Xfinity and a PS4. They both work on this television if that was your concern. The PS4 image is awesome, and gaming is most definitely a step up from 1080p. There is most definitely a difference between 1080p and 4K, it's just up to you if you wanna spend the extra $$ for a few extra perks. 1080p has a very deep, dark and rich colors while 4K is brighter, sharper, and images on the TV appear more realistic. If you don't care about much about details in your image quality go with a 1080p you'll thank me later! The UI is super smooth and easy to use and it's comparable with the PS4 UI for streaming. Now a few cons that might be a breaker or maker deal for you. The remote doesn't have a headphone jack, the remote is only for streaming Roku channels and you have to use a separate remote for your cable box. The sound buttons are awkwardly located on the side above the mute button which is slighty weird for me but again not a deal breaker. The audio is better than expected however if you plan to purchase this TV for a large room like living room or den maybe I would suggest purchasing a sound bar for it. If it's for a bedroom the sound quality is pretty good even though the speakers are built in the back. Also when turning the TV on it doesn't go directly into cable like we are pretty much are all use too. I thought I wouldn't like this feature but truthfully its easier than to cycle through input button on your remote. You can customize and name all of your ports which makes the selection easy. All in all I would say this TV was a great purchase and most definitely a nice upgrade.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent 4K TV for gaming

    Posted
    Taclys
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Been hunting for a 4K TV for a while to use with my Xbox One X. Found this one on sale and grabbed it. My chief concern was input delay or sceeen lag, I really can’t stand any significant delay when gaming. After turning it on (and begrudgingly sign up for a Roku account) I found the settings extremely easy to navigate. Within settings there are different preferences for the video, in advanced options there is a “game mode” option which reduces input delay massively. There is no delay, it’s extremely fast and responsive. The picture quality is great, but there are tons of settings to fiddle with. I love the HDR quality, it’s my first HDR TV and it really makes the whites and blacks pop. Another small note, the built in speakers are quite good. Not as good as a sound bar, but above average for built in speakers. The remote is great too. Simple and to the point. Volume is on the right side of the remote on a rocker switch, so it’s super easy to adjust volume without seeing the controller. No numbers and no unnecessary buttons make it easy. My only gripe is you have to turn the TV on and always select an input, rather than it starting at whatever input you left it at before. Maybe I can adjust this? It’s minor though. Highly recommend for gamers on a budget.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazed by this "lower end" TV

    Posted
    Daniel
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    I would easily consider myself a technology buff, but when it came to my main TV. I was still using a 7 year old 1080p Plasma. That all changed about 2 months ago when I picked up this 4K TV. I wasn't in the mood to spend $1,000+ on a TV. I use a TV enough, but not enough to justify that. Even if I used a TV for hours everyday I would still have a hard time not getting this one. I spent a good deal of time looking around online and finally found this one. I went to Best Buy to check it out and it looked great to me. Due diligence dictated I check out a few other "higher end" TV's while I was there, and while they had great pictures, the increase in cost wasn't justified by what I saw. I am thrilled with this TV and would absolutely recommend it to anyone looking for a TV of this size. The picture in 4K is outstanding; Crisp, clean, and sharp. The speakers could use some help, but they are an upgrade from what I used to have so I'm happy. WiFi setup was a breeze. Setting up my connected devices was about as simple as it should be. Adjusting the picture and sound profiles to my liking was plain and simple. I had this TV out of the box and on a wall mount in a matter of minutes. The TV was packed well and light enough for a one person install. All in all this is a great TV with some nice smart features. While it may be on the lower end of the price scale, it's on the higher end of my satisfaction scale! I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it or even buy another one for another room.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A real deal

    Posted
    Steve72901
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    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I'm so happy with this TV. It has a terrific picture, decent sound and some great features not found in other brands/models. One of the things I liked from reading other reviews is that you can plug in a USB flash drive and pause or back up any ROKU or OTA (Over The Air (antenna)) source for up to 90 minutes. You need a 16 GB memory stick to achieve this. It's only temporary storage. If you change channels, the timer starts over and you lose the past 90 minutes you had stored. But, if you get a phone call, need a quick necessary break or whatever, you can back up and catch up on what you missed. Or, pause it and restart when you're ready. It's the next best thing to having a real video recorder. And, a 16GB flash drive is dirt cheap. This set has a wonderful picture that looks great from anywhere in the room. You don't need to be sitting straight in front to get a nice image. ROKU is pretty neat. I always thought it was a pay service. It can be. But, there is a monstrous amount of free programming available. You won't lack for something to watch. Of course, you do need a WiFi connection to stream the service. If you live away from cable, or are tired of paying ridiculous fees, this TV does a great job of picking up OTA channels. Mine replaced an older Sony unit that I thought did a decent job of receiving antenna signals. This set immediately picked up way more channels and they are solid as a rock. No dropouts. I made absolutely no changes to my antenna. I just unplugged it from the Sony and plugged it into this Insignia. I was worried it wouldn't be as good as the Sony. Not to worry. It beats the Sony hands down. I don't know if this set will be as dependable as my 10+ year old Sony has been. But, Best Buy's extended warranty was cheap enough to make that a non-issue for me. Buy one of these sets. You'll love it. I do.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Incredible picture quality at a ridiculous price

    Posted
    LumasSimmons
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    Ok, firstly, I am a bit of a techy. I build my own gaming PCs and buy just about any new technology that is released. I held off on 4K, mostly due to a lack of content and price. Now 4K TVs are reasonably priced and in this case, ridiculously priced. I have owned one Insignia prior to this purchase and it was pretty decent and a 1080p TV. When I saw this 43" 4K TV on sale for $299 I figured it was going to be a rather poor quality TV. I went ahead and got it since it was priced so well and hooked it up and boy was I surprised. First I tried my PC with Grand Theft Auto 5, it looked incredible. I could not believe how crisp and clean the graphics looked, not to mention, it made any game look incredibly clean and crisp. I was weary of the 60Hz refresh rate since typically there was a lot of talk of a 4K TV for gaming should be at least 120Hz, but to be honest I haven't really noticed any issues. If anything my GTX970 graphics card has trouble running games at anything higher than 30fps, but I'm ok with that. Movies look amazing too, even 1080p movies look really clean compared to a 1080p TV. I use it for internet browsing, gaming, and even writing papers for school and it does incredibly well with all of them. The built in Roku is also quite nice. Unlike any other Roku I've owned (3 of them), this version runs quickly and very smooth, I've had no issues with it and wished my Vizio's operating system ran that fast. Overall I would highly recommend this TV, especially at its sale price of $299, that's a steal.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Screen

    Posted
    Disappointment

    I most likely wouldn't notice this if this wasn't mounted above my monitor above my desk. There is a inner black mark in the screen. Not sure why. opened it yesterday so I've only used it for 6hrs. It's a hassle taking it down after putting it up with the mount wasn't exactly light with the mount on it. And I don't have any extra hands to help since I'm new to the state. So I'll just deal with it. So far good tv. Oh one big negative. Bought insignia bar and it only comes with RCA cables. Problem with that it doesn't connect cause the tv only has RVA audio-in.... weird right first tv I've seen like this I've always bought vizio causes it's all around better this was just on sale and seemed good since my mom got one. But the cable for RCA is dumb who makes both products that won't connect with the cables that come with it. You mind as will take out rca and give people optical cable in the box. Just saying it doesn't help new buyers like me plus any buyers whose use to rca cable working right when you plug it in. They should really warn you. So that wastes my time for another trip to the store to use more money cause insignia design was flaw. So far in the future they are not the brand I'll be getting again. This will be my first and last. Back to vizio!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Wonderful interface and lots of apps

    Posted
    Mateo
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    I bought this to replace a bedroom tv and the menus and navigation are so good that I wish our larger more expensive living room set navigates like this. The built in roku works faster than the Fire Stick I had plugged into the HDMI port, and seems to have more apps that I ended up giving my Fire Stick to my father. I am a cord cutter and have an HD antenna. This set seems to pick up more over the air channels with the antenna than when plugged into my previous set. I get all the major networks and that's impressive since I live in the shadow of large hills that make reception poor. The only downside I can find is that while it is a 4K set, it doesn't do HDR. HDR can really make more of a difference in image quality when playing videogames. But I knew this when I purchased it. Besides, I do my gaming on the more expensive living room set that has HDR. I'm very happy with my purchase and my girlfriend likes using the menus and various apps more than our other set.

    I would recommend this to a friend




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