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Toshiba - 50” Class – LED - 2160p – Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR – Fire TV Edition-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 1390 reviews

95%
would recommend to a friend

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Works ok

    Posted
    DmitrySt
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    Cannot connect to internet without subscribing or just do not know how to do it

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Not bad

    Posted
    Peanito
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    A little difficult to use without internet and Alexa is not working. But picture is very good

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great pixel ratio

    Posted
    Tanker
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    Speakers are surprisingly good with loudness. Bass as can be expected from a TV. Is slightly frustrating having to restart to TV to get the internet to work sometimes though.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    So far so good

    Posted
    Nija
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    I really enjoy this tv. That being said, I rarely watch tv or use the internet on the tv. I bought it mainly for my kids. I like the picture and the sound. So far so good.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good value

    Posted
    Theresa
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    Easy to set up. It's loud. Even on low volume, it's plenty loud! I hard wired it to the internet so I didn't have to type in my WiFi password. The only thing I don't like is that for some reason every time I turn it on it goes to he home screen so I have to go to input and select cable to continue watching cable. My friend has this tv and it doesn't do that for her. Best Buy suggested I reset the whole tv to factory settings and that may help. I still need to try that. Good picture (I'm not super impressed but everyone who comes over seems to be). Good value for the money.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Great picture, not so great fire.

    Posted
    anonymous
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    Purchased this tv due to the positive reviews. The tv itself is awesome picture perfect clarity. I had issues with a fire stick and was told the issue weren't prevalant with the fire edition tv. They were wrong. Amazon's app is continuously freezing up. Quite often I can't access my Hulu or Netflix accounts due to an error or it doesn't load. Same issues I had with a fire stick. It loses wifi randomly and often. I plug my Roku express into it and it runs perfect. So I know it's not my internet provider. The tv itself is great I just feel I lost out somewhat due to paying extra money for the fire edition.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice TV

    Posted
    EAR1965
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    Maybe I am not "techy" enough but I have not found anything special about this TV. Oh wait...the base. I LOVE this style of base- it seems much more stable then my last TV. I have internet only at my home- cable is just too expensive! I also have Netflix and I do NOT have Amazon Prime but it appears that to use this to the full potential I must have cable AND prime. All out of my price range. Set up was easy- I had my house-mate do it and he had no problems. We could not get the remote to do anything beyond turning the TV on and off, so after 3 battery changes, I called the help line. While on perm-hold we unplugged the TV and plugged it back in and it works! Oh, and what is up with the the no manual movement? The pic is great and I am sure if I can sit down and play with it for a few hours I will understand better

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Nice Tv

    Posted
    Buffalorose
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    This TV is replacing a Vizio 48" 3D as our secondary TV. My husband unpacked it and was able to pull it out of the box by convenient cutouts on the wrapping plastic. We ordered an outdoor OTA to pickup "live TV. Since it is a smart TV, we easily connected WiFi and since we are in a very rural area, we connected to Dish satellite TV. Unfortunately, none of these connections as we have them set up will offer 4K programming so I can't speak to that important aspect yet. Our satellite internet provider restricts us to 420p and we have ordered a 4K joey from Dish and a 4K DVD player to acess the 4K services. However, All of the setup was very easy. There was a quick start sheet included but on line no true detailed guide that I could find. That being said, the on screen setup was VERY simple. The tv easily connected to my WiFi and once I entered my password everything began downloading with minimal input from me. If you want full benefit from online content, you will need to have an Amazon account. I already had one so just entered my password. There are many things I like about this tv, but there are many things to learn. I have always used custom color display setups. This tv adjusts colors based on each type input. Our dish is connected to hdmi 1. I can chose several precalculated color setting on hdmi1 or customize them to my taste for the Dish. Same is true for the antenna. That enables us to make the colors true to life based on the input we are using. Very nice featuresince all transmissions are not the same quality. The sound from the TV speaker seems to be pretty good. We generally use external speakers from a surround system, but haven't set that up as yet. Another feature I enjoy is watching OTA (this TV calls it "live tv"). Nowadays, we can get a channel guide showing "upcoming" programming for OTA channels. Nice. Being "old school", some of the many features are a bit confusing. I do miss seeing channel numbers and there are no numbers on the included remote. With our internet being satellite, we have to monitor our data usage. 150gigs per month. Streaming indiscriminately is not possible, and streaming is only allowed at 420p, anything over that is buffered (slooow). One nice feature for us is a data counter. I was able to set when our data replenishes each month, set a limit on how much data we want to use on programming and receive an alert when we reach it. Then there is Alexa. The remote is fairly small with no numerical keypad. To interact with Alexa, you have to hold the microphone button and speak to her. It works very well and she is very responsive. Personally, I prefer to "do it myself" but those who grew up in the tech age will probably enjoy this. One last thing that was a fun surprise. There is a screen saver when the tv is inactive. I looked up and some of my personal photos were scrolling through a slide show. I had forgotten that I had uploaded some pics to Amazon cloud drive last year. That was really cool that Alexa knew that. OR maybe kinda creepy! Lol. This is a cool tv and I can't wait to see 4K programming. Try it, if you have good internet this is a game changer!

    I would recommend this to a friend