|Item Weight||19.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.86 x 38.19 x 24.25 inches|
|Item model number||NS-43DF710NA19|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
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Insignia NS-43DF710NA19 43-inch Smart 4K UHD TV - Fire TV Edition
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|Supported Internet Services||Netflix, Pandora, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus|
About this item
- Insignia 4K UHD Smart TV – Fire TV Edition delivers true-to-life 4K Ultra HD picture quality with over 8 million pixels for stunning clarity, deep contrast, and vivid colors.
- With the Fire TV experience built-in, enjoy tens of thousands of channels, apps, and Alexa skills, including Disney+, Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, Hulu, HBO, SHOWTIME, STARZ, and more
- Fire TV Edition seamlessly integrates live over-the-air TV and streaming channels on a unified home screen (HD antenna required).
- Easily control your TV with the included Voice Remote with Alexa—plus, launch apps, search for titles, play music, switch inputs, control smart home devices, and more, using just your voice.
- Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 38.2” x 22.5” x 3.2”, TV with stand: 38.2” x 24.3” x 8.9”. Multiple device input/output options: 3 HDMI including 1 with ARC, USB, composite input, antenna/cable input, digital output (optical), audio output, Ethernet.
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Insignia 4K UHD Smart TV is a new generation of television featuring the Fire TV experience built-in and including a Voice Remote with Alexa. With true-to-life 4K Ultra HD picture quality and access to all the movies and TV shows you love, Insignia delivers a superior TV experience that gets smarter everyday. The Voice Remote with Alexa lets you do everything you'd expect from a remote—plus, easily launch apps, search for titles, play music, switch inputs, control smart home devices, and more, using your voice.
Smart but simple in every way. Just plug it in, connect to Wi-Fi, and enjoy.
Great Picture. Incredible value.
Experience breathtaking 4K Ultra HD picture quality with more than 8 million pixels for stunning clarity, deep contrast, and vivid colors. Watch movies and TV shows come to life in Ultra HD.
Insignia is built for speed and performance. It’s powered by a quad-core CPU/Multi-core GPU for instant search results and fast and fluid responsiveness. Connect easily with dual-band Wi-Fi, three HDMI inputs, and multiple input/output options. You can even customize the name of each input and adjust picture settings for each connected device. This TV is HDR-compatible, so you can enjoy HDR movies and TV shows. Plus, your TV keeps getting smarter with new Alexa skills and automatic over-the-air software updates, so you always have the latest.
Live TV + over 500,000 streaming movies and TV episodes
Fire TV Edition brings together live over-the-air TV and all your streaming channels on the home screen. Connect any HD antenna and use Alexa to instantly search for and watch live over-the-air TV, or choose from a vast catalog of streaming movies and TV shows from Disney+, Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, Hulu, HBO, and more. Plus, you can subscribe to Sling TV, DIRECTV NOW, and others to stream even more of your favorite live TV shows. You can also connect your cable/satellite box or gaming console through one of the TV's three HDMI ports.
Control your TV
Use the included Voice Remote with Alexa to easily control TV functions like power, volume, navigation, playback, and input switching—plus, easily launch into Prime Video, Netflix, and HBO with quick access buttons.
Find new favorites
Want to watch something new? Press the microphone button and say, “Find dramas,” and Alexa will show you search results from a universal catalog of hundreds of integrated apps and channels.
Control your smart home
Enhance your entertainment experience by easily controlling your smart home devices with Alexa. Simply use your voice to do things like adjust the lights, set the temperature, and lock the door, and ease right into movie night.
Get more out of Alexa
Go beyond streaming with access to tens of thousands of Alexa skills. Want to order pizza? Check the score? Play a game? Alexa can do that too!
|Insignia Smart TV||Insignia 4K UHD Smart TV with HDR||Toshiba Smart TV||Toshiba 4K UHD Smart TV with HDR|
|Screen Size||24", 32", 39"||43", 50", 55"||32", 43", 49"||43", 50", 55"|
|Resolution||720p or 1080p HD||4K UHD||720p or 1080p HD||4K UHD|
|Refresh Rate||60 Hz||60 Hz||60 Hz||60 Hz|
|Fire TV built-in||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Voice Remote with Alexa||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Hands-free control (when paired with an Echo device)||✓||✓||✓||✓|
Visible screen diagonal
43" / 108 cm
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FandangoNow, & Google services like YouTube. Saved $150 buying on Black Friday, but had to spend $60 for a 4k Roku so I could access my primary content providers. I only recommend if you are in the Amazon ecosystem for movies & music.
The first problem is that you cannot just turn it on and watch TV, as far as I can tell, this cannot be done. You have to “hunt and peck” for anything. This has confounded everyone from the salesman at Best Buy, to the elderly, to visitors, to the children. Even the Millenials, who seem to have the least amount of problems with figuring it out, have to work through it. Why?
The second problem is very similar, and that is the menus. Endless, pointless menus! You have to wear out the remote control, moving around, looking around, and making selections. It is insane – the organization is nuts! You cannot turn it on Live Broadcast Channel 9 or Cable Channel 247, or whatever because Alexa has no clue what you are talking about and there are NO numbers on the remote! It is such a pain to watch whatever it is showing on TV at the moment. Example, Spongebob was on, and I wanted to turn it on and could not find it – was not on the menu. So I asked Alexa to find it, and it did. It found it in three places, so I had to go through each one until I found the one that was currently showing – are you kidding me?
The third problem is worse. Apps, apps, apps, endless, pointless apps. Literally apps within apps within apps. No standardization. Want to find a particular show? You have to know where it is, and you have to navigate through the menu, you know, the one that makes no sense. It is like a maze! Alexa helps very little and once you find your show, Alexa is going to more-than-likely show you the one that needs yet ANOTHER App to watch the show! I am not kidding.
The fourth problem is that it is anti-cable and anti-broadcast TV. It is designed this way NO PURPOSE. Do you have Xfinity? There is no app for that! The TV loses where the cable TV is and it cannot tell the difference between broadcast TV and Pluto TV. Want to watch the local news? Good luck finding any channel. There is a TV button with little antennas, you push it, easy right? The channels are not listed, instead it shows you what it wants to show you. There are too many channels and it is kind of nice to go to the History channel instead of channel 3441, but how do you know that your favorite History channel show is on? Alexa might help if you want to list 14 of your favorite shows and ask which one of those are on at the moment, but you are lucky if Alexa gets even one of them right.
The fifth problem is Alexa. Alexa is your best bet on finding what you want, however, it rarely understands what you want, even if it gets what you just said perfectly correct, no matter how you say it. It is literally like talking to a senile elderly person and it is loud! For example, just try to get it to turn on the Weather channel. It wants to tell you the weather, but it just will not turn on the Weather channel, nor will it find or turn on the local weather or news. It might give you 14 weather selections and the Weather channel might be among them, but if you want to watch it, you have hunt it down, select it only to find that you have to download an app. What?! Never mind it is on local broadcast channel 5 or on cable channel 38 at the moment. The same thing is true for just about everything!
The sixth problem are the remote control buttons. Not only are there no numbers so you cannot override the insane, maliciously out-of-control menus, but the “how can you possibly get it wrong” buttons are a real pain as well. Want to watch Amazon Prime? Push the Amazon Prime button. Now you get yet another menu, similar to, but always different from, all the other apps. So you are stuck in an endless hunt through the weird, nonsensical categories forever. If you are lucky, you will find something that you can tolerate to watch, so you select it, but no, you can’t watch it. You have to subscribe to yet another service. Amazon Prime is littered with endless services that you have to purchase first. Want to watch 10 different shows? You might have to subscribe to 10 different services first, each costing who knows per month. Then good luck on finding what you want to watch, Alexa has no clue to select the one you are subscribed to.
Try selecting the Netflix button and you will see the exact same shows that you were not interested in watching years ago show up. Not only that, but they seem to show up in every other category, over and over and over. Heaven forbid you started to watch a show that you decided was horrible, it will be listed in your face FOREVER. Netflix will assume you loved it so much that it will give you horrid selections just like that show you could not stand to watch.
Furthermore, all menus seem to have this same problem: classic, awesome tv shows and movies listed next to the most rotten garbage as if they were the same thing. Amazon Prime is especially bad at this. Does it have a 1.2 rating on IMDB? No problem, Amazon Prime gives it a 5 star rating! There are no real filters, so Ben-Hur, the Ten Commandments, or anything with Charlton Heston is listed right next to Bubble Guppies or Death Wish. Hey, it’s all the same thing, right? Good luck on finding the classical movie, you are just as likely to get the animated cartoon version.