Here are some specs. Doesn't really clarify much of anything. At a glance 240 cd/m² seems really really poor. Am I missing something there.
I read the user manual and it still says 120 Hz, no asterisk or any verbiage about effective rates or any BS.
A brightness of "250" is what "older" LCD TVs with florescent lighting would have. 240 seems very low for an LED LCD display. Perhaps that is a mistake? I bought it and will pick it up later today. If It doesn't perform well, I'll return it within the 14 day return period.
Specs: Details: Description:
Warranty Terms - Parts 1 year limited
Warranty Terms - Labor 1 year limited
Weight 39.7 lbs. with stand (33.1 lbs. without)
TV Type LED Flat-Panel
Screen Size Class 50"
Screen Size (Measured Diagonally) 49-1/2" Size of the screen, in inches, measured diagonally from corner to corner.
Vertical Resolution 1080p Maximum number of horizontal lines (or pixels) that can be displayed from the top of the TV screen to the bottom. The greater the number of lines, the better the picture.
Screen Refresh Rate 120Hz This refers to how many times per second a TV screen image is completely reconstructed. A TV with a 60Hz refresh rate means that the picture will be completely rebuilt 60 times in one second. Why is this important? Generally, the more the screen is refreshed, the smoother the images will appear.
Product Height (with stand) 28-1/2"
Product Height (without stand) 26-3/8"
Product Depth (with stand) 11-1/8"
Product Depth (without stand) 3-1/4"
HDMI Inputs 3
USB Port Yes, firmware upgrade/supports Jpeg
USB Input Yes
DVI Inputs 1 All-digital connections that carry high-resolution video signals from a source (such as a set-top box or a DVD player) to an HDTV or HD monitor. Some DVI connections support HDCP to allow the transmission of copy-protected high-definition content.
Component Video Inputs 1 Connections that deliver video signals in 3 separate parts for enhanced color purity, detail and clarity. Component video connections deliver better picture quality than any other type of analog connection (RF, composite video and S-video) and are the only analog connections that support high-definition signals.
Composite Inputs 1 Standard video connections that deliver brightness and color information together. Composite video connections provide better picture quality than RF connections but not as good as S-video, component video, DVI and HDMI connections.
Media Card Slot No Slot designed to accept 1 or more types of media card (aka, memory card), such as Secure Digital or CompactFlash. A device with a media card slot can access and/or store photos, audio, video and/or other files on a compatible media card.
Watts/Channel 10 Power per speaker. The higher the power, the louder the sound.
Speaker Output Power 20W
V-Chip Yes Allows parents to select which show ratings are appropriate for their children and block other content. Parents can override the system using a secret code.
ENERGY STAR Certified No ENERGY STAR is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy helping us all save money and protect the environment through energy efficient products and practices.
Mount Bracket/VESA Pattern 400mm x 400mm
Aspect Ratio 16:9 Describes the relationship between the width and the height of a display. Standard displays are 4:3, while widescreen displays are 16:9.
Maximum Resolution 1920 x 1080
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Last edited by BostonGirl; 06-09-2014 at 10:54 AM..
I have a relatively new 39' Insignia and have to say that I got what I paid for. It feels cheaply made. The sound is bad and seems to noticeably adjust itself more than what I would call normal. Probably true for all TVs these days tho. Some weird issues: The HDMI ports (all 2 or 3 of them) had problems running my Chromecast. Specifically the CEC functionality - it worked for a week or two then stopped working altogether. Then Netflix would not start without a 'reboot' of the TV, which I thought was pretty random as every other app seemed to work fine. The Chromecast/Netflix had no issues on any other TV so pretty sure it's this TV. No other HDMI problems. And then sometimes the thing will take a few pushes of the button to turn on, I don't think this is the remote as I see lights changing on the TV when the button is pushed, but nothing happens.
But the picture is pretty good.
Bottom line, as a bedroom/guestroom TV it works but I told myself I would never buy another Insignia ever.
To compare I have a 32' Sceptre that runs circles around this Insignia in all aspects.
Not sure on the model# of mine at the moment but can get it if anyone is interested.
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