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43" Insignia NS-43DR710NA17 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED HDTV

araposo 247 30 September 12, 2016 at 12:33 PM in Smart TVs (11) More Best Buy Deals
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Promoted 09-13-2016 by brisar at 12:16 PM View Original Post
Best Buy has 43" Insignia NS-43DR710NA17 4K Ultra HD Smart LED HDTV on sale for $299.99. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available. Thanks araposo
  • Specs:
    • Resolution: 3840x2160
    • LED, 4K UHD, Smart TV
    • Refresh rate: 60Hz
    • Inputs:
      • 4x HDMI
      • 1x Composite Video
      • 1x USB
      • 1x Digital Optical

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Written by brisar

This price matches this previous Frontpage Deal back in July.

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Edited September 12, 2016 at 01:59 PM by annie930ny
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/insig...Id=4204501

Frontpage deal back in July is back!

Old Deal: http://slickdeals.net/f/8917867-43-insignia-ns-43dr710na17-4k-ultra-hd-roku-smart-led-hdtv-299-99-free-shipping?src=SiteSearch


Specs:
Resolution: 3840x2160
LED, 4K UHD, Smart TV
Refresh rate: 60Hz
Inputs:
4x HDMI
1x Composite Video
1x USB
1x Digital Optical
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I purchased this when it first came out earlier this year hoping it would work well as a monitor. If you're intent is to use it as a monitor, check out this page: https://hardforum.com/threads/ins...1042212190

There is a weird pixel arrangement that makes thing look a bit off. I wouldn't recommend it but if it's something you could look past, I guess it might work? I'm still content using it as a TV for the bedroom so I kept it. For that purpose, it's decent at least. Although it's a great value, I'd rather wait it out for something that works well as a monitor and TV if I still had the choice. Frown

The built-in Roku does support 4K. I'm able to play back 4K in YouTube and also via Vudu (Mad Max: Fury Road 4K looks awesome).
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Insignia is Best Buy's in-house brand, so you definitely didn't buy this from Target
Honestly, I hate it when 4K TV's come with a Roku that doesn't even do 4k... I'd recommend the Hisense 43" H7C instead, its built-in smart apps do 4k.. It was $300 on Prime Day but for $380 at Best Buy it's an amazing TV for the money. Got one for the step son dorm room and with good WiFi and wired ethernet available along with awesome picture quality, its MORE than worth the $80 extra.

Edit: This apparently does include a Roku version that does 4k apps. I'm pretty sure this is also made by TCL, which is pretty solid but I'll stick take the Hisense over this model as it has 4 year warranty for simply registering right on the TV instantly, and the picture quality is amazing and known to be better than TCL. If you want Roku included instead of just Opera apps and don't care about 4 year warranty, then get this, it's not bad.

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Wow! Might have to snag one of these!
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Honestly, I hate it when 4K TV's come with a Roku that doesn't even do 4k... I'd recommend the Hisense 43" H7C instead, its built-in smart apps do 4k.. It was $300 on Prime Day but for $380 at Best Buy it's an amazing TV for the money. Got one for the step son dorm room and with good WiFi and wired ethernet available along with awesome picture quality, its MORE than worth the $80 extra.

Edit: This apparently does include a Roku version that does 4k apps. I'm pretty sure this is also made by TCL, which is pretty solid but I'll stick take the Hisense over this model as it has 4 year warranty for simply registering right on the TV instantly, and the picture quality is amazing and known to be better than TCL. If you want Roku included instead of just Opera apps and don't care about 4 year warranty, then get this, it's not bad.
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Last edited by danbfree September 15, 2016 at 03:24 PM
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First hdmi input has 4:4:4. Would that be at 60hz? Looking for a monitor of this size.
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Need a HDR set for ps4/ ps4 pro, guess I will have to wait until much cheaper.
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Wow! Might have to snag one of these!
Great start, are you the OP too Wink
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Quote from ks73451 View Post :
Great start, are you the OP too Wink

No....that's my cousin...I forwarded him the deal.
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Quote from danbfree View Post :
Honestly, I hate it when 4K TV's come with a Roku that doesn't even do 4k... I'd recommend the Hisense 43" H7C instead, its built-in smart apps do 4k.
Say what?! Roku does not support 4k? You don't go out much, it seems!
Roku released 4k (2015's buzzword) player last year, now talking about HDR (2016's buzzword).

And what are the 43H7C "smart apps" if i may ask? All Hisense says is "Smart TV: yes" - which is as idiotic as it could be. Is it AndroidTV or something Hisense shoveled at home? Who will support and upgrade Hisense's included 24 apps? What technology is behind their "cast" technology "AirBridge"? I can tell you Roku's is Miracast

If i had to be on someone's mercy updating the TV firmware, i'd trust Roku more than Hisense or Samsung
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Never mind
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I purchased this when it first came out earlier this year hoping it would work well as a monitor. If you're intent is to use it as a monitor, check out this page: https://hardforum.com/threads/ins...1042212190

There is a weird pixel arrangement that makes thing look a bit off. I wouldn't recommend it but if it's something you could look past, I guess it might work? I'm still content using it as a TV for the bedroom so I kept it. For that purpose, it's decent at least. Although it's a great value, I'd rather wait it out for something that works well as a monitor and TV if I still had the choice. Frown

The built-in Roku does support 4K. I'm able to play back 4K in YouTube and also via Vudu (Mad Max: Fury Road 4K looks awesome).
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Last edited by jra716 September 12, 2016 at 03:26 PM
#13
I'm in the market for a new TV to upgrade from my old ass Samsung 720p. Is Insignia a reliable TV brand and is this a good TV to upgrade to?

I know it doesn't have HDR but there doesn't seem to be any reasonably priced HDR TV's out there from what I've seen.
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#14
YouTube has a lot of issues. Netflix works fine. don't really use the 4k. remote is ir.. sad.. I really like RF remotes better. phone app works well enough but you have to reconnect every time you load it. wish I could set certain android apps to not unload.
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Great start, are you the OP too Wink
Lol that's what i thought too
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