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50" Insignia NS-50D510NA17 1080p LED HDTV EXPIRED

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Promoted 09-02-2016 by brisar at 05:48 AM View Original Post
Best Buy via eBay and BestBuy.com has 50" Insignia NS-50D510NA17 1080p LED HDTV on sale for $249.99. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available if stock permits. Thanks longmanj9

Specs
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Inputs
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Digital Optical Audio


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Written by brisar

Reviews for this TV look good, having earned 4.4 stars overall (out of possible 5) by 359 Best Buy reviewers. - brisar

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Edited September 4, 2016 at 06:48 AM by longmanj9
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  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Inputs
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Digital Optical Audio
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Some Pros:

1080p is so 2016. Wink That's for all the 4k whiners. How's that media library coming along?
HDMI makes the deal.
More than 2x HDMI ports.
Free two day shipping.
Tax is not so bad.
No Rebate.
Buy with Amex for extra warranty or Square Trade if you're really worried.



Minor Cons:

Generic brand. Please refer to price. Please point out the major brand with these specs for $249.
Not a Smart TV. See above.
Not 75 inch screen. You clicked on the wrong thread.
49.5 inch actual screen size. This "50 inch class" marketing style has been going on for a long time with monitors and TV's. They get to round up, which of course is bullstuff. You probably can't discern the difference though.I guess they like playing horseshoes. Close counts!

I'm sure I missed some cons which will be added by someone soon.
You won't talk me out of my TU! shake head

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#3
Wow! This is cheaper than that Walmart spectre deal!
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#4
I have an Insignia 42" LED 1080 60hz and I really like the picture quality and I don't notice any lag while watching sports. Actually a better picture than my Vizio 1080 120hz
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Some Pros:
  • 1080p is so 2016. Wink That's for all the 4k whiners. How's that media library coming along?
  • HDMI makes the deal.
  • More than 2x HDMI ports.
  • Free two day shipping.
  • Tax is not so bad.
  • No Rebate.
  • Buy with Amex for extra warranty or Square Trade if you're really worried.

Minor Cons:
  • Generic brand. Please refer to price. Please point out the major brand with these specs for $249.
  • Not a Smart TV. See above.
  • Not 75 inch screen. You clicked on the wrong thread.
  • 49.5 inch actual screen size. This "50 inch class" marketing style has been going on for a long time with monitors and TV's. They get to round up, which of course is bullstuff. You probably can't discern the difference though.I guess they like playing horseshoes. Close counts!
I'm sure I missed some cons which will be added by someone soon.
You won't talk me out of my TU! shake head
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#6
Wow, $235 after 6% ebay Bucks offer!
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#7
Quote from dentalsalespro View Post :
I have an Insignia 42" LED 1080 60hz and I really like the picture quality and I don't notice any lag while watching sports. Actually a better picture than my Vizio 1080 120hz
Don't tell me that! I just bought a vizio, arrives today, are you telling me the picture quality is the worse than an insignia? I am glad I the vizio was cheap.
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#8
I have the 42" LED 1080 60Hz from a previous deal and while I'd say the picture quality is comparable to more expensive brands, this set definitely has some contrast issues.

It imparts everything with a hue of white that makes everything a little washed out. Blacks on the TV set are actually dark grey. Settings (at least on the 42") are also highly constrained and doesn't provide you much beyond adjusting the contrast and color saturation. However no matter how you adjust these it doesn't really seem to make up for the odd white haze color imparted to every color on the screen.

That being said you get what you pay for and if you want a tv that has better colors you'll probably have to pay a bit more. The picture is sharp and on gaming I haven't noticed any lag. Definitely buy if you don't mind the little issues.
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#9
Quote from wharri63 View Post :
Don't tell me that! I just bought a vizio, arrives today, are you telling me the picture quality is the worse than an insignia? I am glad I the vizio was cheap.
Picture quality is just as sharp as my parents Vizio, but the Vizio will provide you more latitude in adjusting the set.

Picture quality that you perceive on a tv can vary widely by the lighting of the room, and the Insignia set lacks many of the menu options for adjusting individual colors, etc. that you may need to mess with for optimal quality.

Pixel density may be the same but the number of colors a tv can display and the number of shades of black make a huge difference, and I would warrant a guess your Vizio will have better specs and will look better if you get it properly calibrated.
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Last edited by taroj89 September 2, 2016 at 05:28 AM

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#10
I'm gonna run to Best Buy to see it in person before I order. Never had a problem with Best Buy brands, just wondering what a few reviewers are talking about with the "stuttering/choppy picture"

They did reply that they made a firmware update to correct it, so we'll see.
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Quote from c2nah777 View Post :
Some Pros:
  • 1080p is so 2016. Wink That's for all the 4k whiners. How's that media library coming along?
  • HDMI makes the deal.
  • More than 2x HDMI ports.
  • Free two day shipping.
  • Tax is not so bad.
  • No Rebate.
  • Buy with Amex for extra warranty or Square Trade if you're really worried.

Minor Cons:
  • Generic brand. Please refer to price. Please point out the major brand with these specs for $249.
  • Not a Smart TV. See above.
  • Not 75 inch screen. You clicked on the wrong thread.
  • 49.5 inch actual screen size. This "50 inch class" marketing style has been going on for a long time with monitors and TV's. They get to round up, which of course is bullstuff. You probably can't discern the difference though.I guess they like playing horseshoes. Close counts!
I'm sure I missed some cons which will be added by someone soon.
You won't talk me out of my TU! shake head
lmao yep content is a problem. People want bigger numbers. you can get 4k on a gigantic light bright and get TUs because 4k cheap lol
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#12
Only TV I ever returned, when it was at $299. Very disappointed with image quality. We got the Hisense 50H8C for $80 more (+4 year warranty) a few weeks back at Best Buy. What a difference that made!
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Last edited by billion8 September 2, 2016 at 06:15 AM
#13
I got two of this the 42" I think last black friday when Wallmast was selling them for around $100 I think. There are still going strong and they get used almost everyday. One is the main TV for my friend and she uses it everyday.
This price seems like a very good deal.
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#14
I picked up a 40" insignia from BB thanks to SD about 6 months ago for $170. IPS panel. Bright. Uniform. Looks better than my $1200 toshiba 1080p from 8-10 years ago. Awesome covered patio TV set. Added Chromecast for smart stuff.

Say all that to say this: I wouldn't hesitate to pick up another insignia such as this. Might even do it to get a bigger patio tv. 😜
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#15
Can anyone compare this the Vizio D model that would seem to be a competitor?
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