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Insignia™ - 43" Class - LED - 1080p - HDTV

Model: NS-43D420NA18SKU: 5886208

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Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 2555 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great mid-sized bargain TV!

    Posted
    varja2
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    I previously posted a review of Insignia’s 55” LED 1080p TV. This will be both a review for the 43”, as well as a bit of an extension for the other review, to mention things I didn’t get to before, and to further promote Insignia’s line of televisions. This is the third of four Insignia televisions I have purchased, the first and second being the 24” and 32”, and the fourth being the 55”. Overall, I have been very, very pleased with their performance. I mostly have used them for playing on my game consoles and to watch my DVDs and Blu-Rays, and they looked great on all of these units. Each new Insignia I got improved on the viewing experience from the previous, and now it’s like I have my own mini theater right in my own bedroom. Initial setup is simple and straight forward. There are different tabs for different aspects of the screen you want to configure, such as one for the visuals, one for audio, one for the channels, etc. For the tab that deals with the visual display, I like to keep it at the Vivid setting with slight adjustments, for those bright, vibrant colors. The sound coming straight from the units themselves are fair enough, but you can tell it’s coming from the TV, I’m not sure how to describe it. It’s almost more like a monaural sound, not stereo. I would suggest attaching some kind of speaker system if you really want better audio quality. Also, I like how the HDMI ports go to the side, not straight out backwards. This helps save much depth space, and your cables won’t be so scrunched up close to the wall. As of this writing, I haven’t used any of my Insignias to watch any actual cable channels just yet, and I’ll leave that to those reviewers who have used these units for TV watching purposes. But coming from how great all these screens run video games and Blu-Rays and DVDs, I’m sure the picture is great for watching channels as well. For being, I heard, the store brand of televisions for Best Buy, Insignia is not a bad choice. I think they are able to mass produce these lines of television so it is more available to more of the population. But don’t be fooled. Yes, Insignia does have Smart TV and 4K versions of some its screens, but the non-Smart TVs and 720s and 1080s work just as well for those who don’t need/use all those extra bells and whistles, and/or who are fine with those resolutions for now. 4K will be around for a while; you can always choose to invest in 4K later. It may be the new thing as of now, but who knows? Another handful of years down the line, and the new thing might be 8K, or 16K. If you’re one of those on a tight budget, but looking for just a good-quality television that does the job, look no further than the Insignia fleet of bargain televisions. Other brands of TVs of even similar sizes could be twice the cost or more. Need a good modern flat-screen that won’t nickel and dime you? You’ve found them. I would like to stand by Insignia’s statement in their aim to bring “simple, focused products [that] give you what you need to make the everyday a little easier.” I would also once again like to thank Insignia and Best Buy for making owning a flat-screen much more accessible and affordable for the masses.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Just what I would expect of an Insignia Brand TV!

    Posted
    JerseyMike

    I just completed setup of this Insignia 43" 1080p model # NS-43D420NA18 "non-smart" TV earlier today. I own other sizes and models of Insignia television sets--ranging in size from 24" to 32" to 40" and now this 43" Insignia television set. I recognize that I am a bit "unusual" as a TV viewer in this day in age as I do not subscribe to cable TV and I do not subscribe to TV streaming services--all I use my TV's for are over-the-air TV broadcast viewing and I receive some forty (40) channels and I also have them connected to my laptop computers via HDMI cable and I also use my Insignia TV's as computer monitors. This Insignia TV has an ATSC tuner which is made for over-the-air TV broadcast viewing. There are lots and lots of viewing options to be found on YouTube.com and Bing.com and from other sources. I really feel "bad" about giving this Insignia 43" TV a four (4) star rating as it really deserves a five (5) star; however, I enjoy watching a lot of classic TV shows--and this would include TV shows broadcast in 420i. Many times, viewing "some" of these show on this Insignia television will have blacked out areas on the left and right columns--a few inches on each side. This is even when I have the picture-size setting set to wide. I keep the picture size (i.e., p-size) setting set to wide "all" of the time and I find that this produces the best and most consistent viewing results. This above situation is "not" the fault of the TV, but rather, the "source" of these broadcasts are to blame! If anyone wants to use this or other Insignia TVs as computer monitors, all they have to do is go into their computer's display settings and select "112" for display "type" and then under scale and layout select "100% (recommended)" and then for resolution select "1366 X 768 (recommended)" and then for multiple displays select "duplicate these settings. To have it so all of the computer's icons fit on the TV screen which are located on the lower task bar and in the left vertical column of the desktop saver screen click onto the TV's menu button and go into the picture column and then scroll down to "advanced settings" and then set the TV's "OVERSCAN" feature to OFF! For whatever reason with this Insignia 43" model NS-43D420NA18 even over-the-air broadcast programs which are labeled as 720i really look G-R-E-A-T(!) and, many times those programs labeled as 420i can also look fine also--although, sometimes, they are a bit blurry and, again, may not fill the entire screen; however, as already stated this is due to the source of the broadcast. This 43" Insignia TV's remote is a nice (larger) size, this TV (as do the other Insignia TV's that I've seen) has a headphone jack (that feature is tough to find these days!) and it has three (3) HDMI ports (one of them is an HDMI "ARC" port so that you can control the volume of the laptop and TV with one button--together!). There is also a USB port in case you have an amplified indoor HDTV antenna or something else to connect it to this USB port. Unlike the 40" 1080p Insignia TV which was part of this "series" of Insignias, this TV's speakers put out a total of 16 watts--as opposed to 10 watts total. There is "more" than enough volume and the quality of sound is rich also. The "energy guide" sticker which comes with the TV (only based on anticipated electricity consumption I am sure!) indicates that this TV may consume only $10 of electrical energy per year; however, I am sure that I will use this TV a lot more than that! One of the TV product features which some may overlook is the great Insignia tech support which is there for purchasers of their products--long after the initial purchase date and this is hard to find with companies these days.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    End your search. This is a regret free purchase

    Posted
    Bayou70592
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase

    I purchased a 32" 1080p Insignia 2 years ago and thus far it has exceeded my expectations for both picture quality and overall durability. I been delightfully surprised to find the unit undamaged after taking several counter height falls. I found the unit to be quite portable and easily moved from playroom to bedrooms to kitchen to wherever Mom has herded her little's. I digress... In late November, early December of 2018 I found myself Christmas shopping for a screen to fit a specific dimension. After hours of idle research, reading customer reviews, price shopping and numerous comparisons I pulled the trigger on this 43" for $180 which was shipped to my home for free. After un-boxing we were streaming Nick Jr and Prime video in no time. Myself, my kids and my pocketbook were all happy. The unit has performed as outlined in the specifications and has beyond my kids expectations as both the 8yo and 3yo cant tell if it is 1080p or 4k. In summation, if your shopping for a TV, around this size with a $500 budget I recommend saving $300 by purchasing this one for around $200. Competitors products are many, and most have more options and brand recognition but the added features and name plates are not worth the added cost. So if its already in your cart you are halfway down good decision street. Complete your journey and place the order. Now in a few days when your thinking 'What should I do with the money I saved?" Well, make arrangements for a sitter, get the kids some pizza, set them up for a night of binge watching My Little Pony and Blaze with Nana. Yup, that right, surprise the old ball and chain with a date night courtesy of your regret free purchase. P.S. I felt this product review warranted more than the average BOLTR since best buy though it was so important. They nagged me with email after email hinting, asking, begging that I review the product. Bets Buy just couldn't get over getting ghosted. I hope this gives you some closure Best Buy. Its not you, its me.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Lot of bang for the buck

    Posted
    mrsfixit
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    I have 6 Insignia TV's, ranging in size from 19"-55". I have had good luck with all of them, and feel they offer a decent quality product for not a lot of money. All TVs need tweaking of the default color and audio settings out of the box. This TV has an excellent picture once set up. It's sharp, bright, color is good, and HD looks great on it. The speakers aren't the best, a little tinny- but *all* flat screen TVs have issues with sound. Go into the audio settings, turn the treble down and the bass up and it will sound somewhat better. Or better yet, use a soundbar or hook it up to your audio system. I was a little upset that the set does not have RCA audio out jacks, as I needed to hook up the transmitter for my wireless headphones. What I didn't realize, was that I could just hook up the transmitter to the TV headphone/audio out port. You can control the TV speakers to be on or off, regardless of whether you have headphones plugged in or not. So no RCA jacks needed. Voila, wireless headphones work great, and I can turn the speakers on for hubby with a simple click of the remote. Headphone jacks have been disappearing from devices lately, and I think it's great Insignia not only still has them on their TVs, but lets you control the speakers independently. Insignia TVs also support CEC- which is "Consumer Electronic Control". This allows your TV remote to control other devices hooked up to it that also support that feature. Every TV I have has a FireTV stick, and a Raspberry Pi attached to it. I can use the TV remote for all. So if you've ever wondered why your TV remote has Play, Pause, Stop, Fast Forward, etc- it's so it can work with attached devices that support CEC. On the Insignia sets, they call it "INLINK", and it's disabled by default. You have to go into the settings menu to enable it. All in all, I have been very satisfied with this TV, and all the other Insignia TVs I have. They really are a good product for the money.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great moderately-priced TV, with a few challenges

    Posted
    DrumR
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    Having moved up from a 32" off brand television to this 43" private label television (Insignia is the private label of Best Buy, so I understand) was a good choice. It is crystal clear, seems stable on its feet, has a great remote with readable buttons, and doesn't flicker or fudge when streaming dense graphics or sports. Only had it a week thus far, but it seems to be a winner. A few caveats: first, don't expect to be overwhelmed with a wealth of instructional material out of the box. You have to go online and download the instruction manual for that, and given that I'm not a geek, I had to download the manual in order to figure out how to tweak this tech beast. Next, if you plan to stream, say a Roku, device you had better be sure to set your cable box (mine is Comcast/Xfinity) to default to a 1080p image setting. You do this by leaving the TV on but turning off your cable box, then choosing the "Menu" button on your cable remote and scrolling to the option to set the resolution (to 1080). Next, be sure your Roku (or whatever streamer you have) is set to 1080 also. This advice came from somewhere online as I was searching for why my Roku would play sound but no picture. My Roku was factory set at 720. Soon as I chose those settings, I had a great mini-theater in my living room! All in all, this is a very good TV for the price point, and for only $40 more you can extend the warranty for five years. That should be enough time to allow for the next big advance in tech for low-cost TVs.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Noisy startup

    Posted
    Usedtolikebestbuy
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    Let me start buy saying , when the set works it works , nice sound , nice picture for what I want to use it for . Now the bad , I am now going on my 3rd set , so far the first two do the same thing , When the picture comes on and it does not matter where the volume is set , the sound wants to come blaring through at full volume and then goes to what ever volume setting you have it at , I prefer 0 , so then I can turn it to where I want to hear it at . Geek Squad came replaced the circuit board , did same thing afterwards , was told they would order new speakers and see if that was the problem , Well a day before they were supposed to show up to do the work , I had to call them to find out about the parts that were supposed to be sent ahead of time .They canceled the order and said they would just replace the TV instead and use the 1 year warranty ., fine , then they tell me I would have to wait ANOTHER week for it to be delivered.... And I would have to purchase ANOTHER 5 year Warranty policy !!! So fine bought the policy ... Again ... Was told a Tech would be bringing the replacement out and installing it for me free , fine . What showed up unannounced were two men in a 24 foot truck that blocked the street parked the wrong way , and caused chaos on my street . But that is for another story . These 2 men did not care about installing or set up , just take it out of the box , and take the old one out and leave... Fine , I had to do install and set up , So after I do someone else's job , I turn it on and guess what , IT DOES THE SAME THING AS THE OTHER SET .... I tried it hooked to Dish ... Noise... I did it with an OTA antenna ... Noise ... The set is bad , so now I am waiting to see if Best buy will upgrade this TV and keep my newly purchased protection plan at their expense . If they will not , then back it goes , I want whole dollar refunded and I will take my business else where ... Wish me luck , the ball is in your court Best Buy , do the right thing ...

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Needs a decent remote or better sensor

    Posted
    Disappointed
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I had high expectations after reading all the positive reviews. Will be returning to the store next weekend. On the positive side it picked up 42 channels with my off brand leaf style antenna. The problem is I can't switch between channels with the pitiful remote that came with the TV. Likewise as I saw in another review volume seems to jump around from high to low and then unable to adjust with the remote. I'm sitting about 8 ft at most from the TV and directly in front of the tv with the remote at the same level as the sensor and used the batteries supplied with it. I was trying to set it up to skip the spanish channels since its so hard to switch channels but that was a bust. The menu kept going out. It wouldn't stay in setup mode long enough to set up. At one point it switched to analog and thus I had no channels. Had to turn off and rescan channels. I finally gave up on watching live tv and set up the Chromecast. Seemed to work ok if I just watched Hulu which I'm able to control on my tablet. Picture is meh. Also the TV is slow to load channels when the remote actually worked. To be honest, I'm not sure if it's an improvement over the 10 yr old TV it replaced. Sadly I've already given that tv to goodwill. Will spend the extra money on a Samsung TV to replace this Insignia TV when I return. It might be ok if you are connecting other peripherals with their own working remotes and you only need to use the remote that came with the TV to change the input and turn it on and off. I found the volume to be quite loud. I can't imagine wanting additional volume. That seems to be a complaint I see for many other brands, but should not be an issue with this tv. It was defaulted to 20, but I adjusted between 9 and 12.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Very good TV

    Posted
    Florian
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    SUPER Sale Price. Excellent picture -- sharp and clear. Excellent color - especially flesh-tones . Menu and setup were super easy to read, understand and navigate. (Chose manual rather than auto-setup.) Sound is pretty good but may still add a soundbar. Previously purchased 28" model for kitchen, and that along with older purchases (many years ago) of made me trust and go with this Insignia brand. Only reason I can't give 5-stars is the way the remote's "info" button operates. The display is clear and sharp (white letters on black background) BUT only displays the current program info. Can't scroll forward to display upcoming program descriptions like I can on some other (and more expensive) brands. I miss this feature. (Same problem with 28" purchased.) I knew it would be the same issue with this one, but simply couldn't pass up the super-excellent sale price. I have a small living room so this 43" size is just right. Replaces old, heavy 32" "tube" model. Did a lot of research about size to replace it. Actually got pieces of cardboard and cut them to size for 39", 40" and this 43" models based on dimensions provided in Best Buy product descriptions. (Did this to better estimate the best screen size and how they would fit in the location.) Then zeroed in on the 43" model. Then waited for best price on sale.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    I am ecstatic over the Quality, and Price

    Posted
    Kingming
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    So after having Watched Blu Rays of Tron Legacy, Harley Davidson and Marlboro man, Rambo, Spider-man Homecoming, OTA TV mixture of 480i, 720p and 1080i broadcast, and playing Nintendo Switch Games. I can say I am 100% satisfied with the picture quality of this set. Witnessed 0 blurring of OTA sports, No blurring in Switch Games like Fast RMX or Mario Kart 8, I would say well defined detail of 1080p Blu Ray represented here. I would say the Speakers are fine for use, however I do use a set of PC speakers from the Headphone jack to deliver the sound... (make sure to securely insert the jack from the Speaker/headphone into the 3.5mm jack otherwise you will just get left audio and thing something is amiss) as it does take just a hair more pressure for full insertion than typically required by a phone or pc or I was just very tender with it being a new tv I didn't want to mess up. I even have a friend who has now bought the exact same model of tv and happy with it, as well another friend who bought a 4k insignia brand tv who is happy. So if it last , then insignia bestbuy could be the best no frills quality product.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Good tv, great for price

    Posted
    ShinyToys
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    I wanted to replace an old 1080p tv, and they are getting hard to find in the wake of the 4K revolution. I didn't want to buy all new 4K peripherals, so I went to Best Buy to look at new ones in person. I liked the looks of this one, but there was an LG whose picture I liked slightly better. When I came back to buy a week later, though, the Insignia (which was already $30 cheaper) had gone down another $50 (for a price of $179 as of now)! And that's unbeatable. So you've got LED backlight, a super-light chassis (great for mounting, and easy to lift out of the box using the bag handles, even for one person), 3 HDMI inputs, optical and headphone jack sound outputs, and an above-average picture. Super-fast set-up, too. If you're unhappy with the picture, be aware that the default is energy-saving mode. If you hit the Menu button on the remote, you can make the picture brighter with more vivid colors, plus up the sharpness. At this pricepoint, I think this set is unbeatable by any other 1080p tv at this screen size.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fit your TV purchase to your viewing profile

    Posted
    Marvelous
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    I have a very good internet/cable package through my condo association, if not I probably would be looking to cut the cord. My cable package affords me all the viewing I want and then some. I’ve been checking out 1080 versus 4K, since my bedroom tv has been acting up. It died last week so I purchased the “best” available from Best Buy, ordered on line and pickup at store. As I will be watching financial networks or programs that I VCR’ed, as noted earlier I do not stream so no need for 4K and no requirement for smart tv in the bedroom, therefore I purchased a 1080 HD, unfortunately it is 60 not 120 refresh. Best value was Insigna 43 inch on sale/clearance 2017 model. Picture is not as crisp as name models but it is good enough for my purposes. Sound was sufficient to me, not sure what some of the reviews are griping about, remember the is a low cost alternative. Setup was extremely easy! Once old tv crapped out, ordered new tv on line, picked up and setup the new tv from Best Buy the same day, never missed a beat. If you do not stream, someone please tell me why you need UHD 4K?

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great HD TV for the price I paid...

    Posted
    jer2000
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    I ordered this particular TV around Christmas 2017 and got a fantastic deal on Bestbuy.com. It was on sale. Everything went very smoothly, the purchase, the delivery etc. I've had it set up for a couple weeks now and the picture is really good. I use this TV as a monitor for my laptop computer. I have the laptop plugged into the TV by way of HDMI cable and I have a wireless mouse and a wireless keyboard and I lay in bed and go online, watching movies, streaming stuff, and surfing the web. I couldn't be happier. The clarity seems really good and you can adjust the screen settings to your liking(If you want to). Sound is great too! It's a good TV, especially if you get the sale I got, which was around 200 bucks. I'd say this TV is nice and bright and the clarity is really good. Let's put it this way...if you can get this for the deal I got it for, it's very much worth it! If not, there may be a better brand with a bit more clarity, but still this is top notch to me. Nice, large screen...clear picture. Good, easy functions to figure out! Headphone jack in back of TV too! 4.5/5!!!!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Works Great with ROKU

    Posted
    Moterg
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    Wanted a bigger TV for basement. Use ROKU, so don't have need for a Smart TV. Putting a ROKU Streaming Stick on your dumb TV will make it smart. Great price. Picture looks good. It's a bit slow changing from one channel to another, but that's no big deal. The placement of the legs of the TV made it too big for my TV stand. So, I removed the feet and ordered a Table-Top TV stand from Amazon and it works great. A little extra cost, but I got such a great price on the TV, it was worth it not having to get a new TV stand or jerry-rig the present one. I knew this Insignia brand was decent, cuz I purchased a small one for countertop in kitchen. Picture's great on that, too.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    OK no-frills TV, but for a few bucks more...

    Posted
    sctin
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    I bought this TV to mount on the wall in from of our treadmill, so a no-frills TV was just what we needed, as we connected an Apple TV as a streaming source. The TV had decent 1080P picture and OK sound for $199. To be critical, I felt the edge sharpening was a bit over-done, showing artifacts. This particular TV did have a small defect in the lower edge of the display that prompted a return. When I got to the store to return the TV, I decided to step up and purchase a Black Friday 4K Samsung and wow am I glad I did. I could have given this TV a 1 star because of the defect, but I have another Insigna that I love so I still think all things considered 2+ stars is fair. Do the math: Together with a third party streaming device, I realized the value just cannot compare to the most current 4K sets. I spent $77 more on the same size TV that was 4K and smart, Factoring the added cost of a streaming stick, I would recommend against this TV in favor of the newer technology. Better picture and smart tech built-in = no brainer

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best TV for the price

    Posted
    DonY
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase

    I was skeptical about this TV due to some of the negative reviews, but I’m glad I didn’t listen to them. This TV has a great picture and decent sound. The colors are truly bright and the black is a nice dark warm black that a lot of higher end TVs don’t have. With three HDMI ports and the RCA inputs, this was exactly what I was looking for. I only wish it had another RCA input, but after all, it is 2018. The only other issue I had (minor to say the least) wa that the HDMI ports are a bit too close together. I wasn’t able to connect my firestick next to any other HDMI plug. I ended up just getting a smart HDMI splitter and problem solved. The reason I went for this brand was not only for the price, but because I got fed up with two of my Samsung TVs dying on me within 5 years. I figure if I get five years out of this one, I will be ahead of the game. They just don’t make them like they used to. But in the mean time, I am an Insignia fan so far.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    1st Impression: Great value and picture

    Posted
    LeeG
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    This was my first Insignia product from Best Buy, so I was apprehensive, wondering if the quality would be acceptable. After one week, I am very impressed with the picture and overall performance. I didn't want a "smart TV" for this application, but did want 1080P in order to use my Amazon Fire TV Stick, so this one fit my requirements exactly. Setup was easy, with just a few tweaks to the picture settings to achieve the color and contrast I like. The only feature I wish it had is that the remote had separate buttons for HDMI and TV, as I often switch back & forth between the Fire TV Stick on HDMI and the OTA antenna. This remote requires selecting: "Input - up/down arrow - Enter" to make the change, which makes 3 button presses, not a big deal unless the room is dark, requiring a light to see the buttons.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Beautiful And Sharp for A 1080 TV

    Posted
    aquarianman
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    I purchased a 32 720p about a month ago and loved the picture quality and sound. Therefore, I bought this Insignia TV for my bedroom and it is just great for watching movies on my ROKU player and watching cable tv. No, It's not a 4k tv, but when the prices come down a bit and they work out the bugs on them, I will buy one. But for now, this tv is great and I highly recommend it. For the price, you can't go wrong. I highly recommend this brand if you are in no hurry to buy a 4k tv yet. Picture quality and the sound is great. You don't need a sound bar and I love the fact that you can use headphones. I can't understand why the big name brands don't have headphones. Anyway, don't hesitate to buy this tv. Good for a bedroom or a living room. BestBuy will be the only store I will buy a tv from. Their prices are great and the selections are plenty. Reliable delivery and great customer service.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good for secondary room

    Posted
    SteveP
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    I bought this 43" Insignia to replace a 32" insignia in my office/spare BR. Hangs on the wall and a nice upgrade from the 32(which I now have on the wall of my lanai with a Roku). I am very happy with the picture quality, didn't need 4k or any fancy features, 1080p is great for that room. One odd thing this tv does, that no other Insignia TV's I've ever bought did, when it gets turned on the sound has a momentary spike about 2-3 times the normal volume. Lasts less than a second until it comes fully on but I find that strange. Doesn't impact the normal operation of the tv once on but is briefly disruptive if I turn the tv on in the middle of the night when the house is very quiet. Not a reason to return the unit in my opinion but do take away a half star for that which is the reason I rated at 4 instead of 5. Added note, the sound issue even does it if I have the sound turned all the way down and have my sound bar turned on. Originally thought it was the sound bar coming on with the tv but have determined it is not.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Tv @ Just the Right Price

    Posted
    Jake
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    This is my fourth personal tv purchase and I'm loving it. I got this to add to the bedroom and it fits perfectly. I don't like smart tvs because the operating systems get all slow over time and ruin the experience and meaning of smart tv. It's better to get a dumb tv, or standard HD TV and add a set-top box or streaming stick, or console to manage all your viewing needs. Personally, I use the Amazon firestick and Roku for the standard HD TVs. I also have two Vizio P-55C1 that are smart tvs but work differently than normal smart tvs, everything comes from the cloud, so it's not like all the other smart tvs you're probably thinking of, most reviews have it wrong, contact me, and I can prove it with evidence from Vizio, articles, and interviews, etc. Not reviews, they typically get some information wrong. Anyway, this is a great tv, I really like the picture, just right for 1080p content and some gaming. I recommend getting it if you're not into the 4K HDR hype. Otherwise, good luck.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Love the TV

    Posted
    Dawg
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    I originally upgraded to a 4K television which I returned due to limited 4K programing via cable. 4K works great but only on video shot in 4K. Anything in 1080 HD looks like garbage because of the unused pixels. Disappointedly I exchanged the 4K for this one. I felt bummed that I had to stay with 1080 HD. I couldn't be happier with this television. Awesome picture quality and decent sound. I don't have a soundbar and see no need to purchase one. Very easy to set up and is lighter than my smaller HD television. I'd recommend this in a heartbeat especially at the $199 price. Buy it, set it up and if not happy return it (I doubt you will).

    I would recommend this to a friend