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43" Hisense 43H6570F 4K UHD HDR Android Smart LED TV EXPIRED

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Best Buy.com has 43" Hisense 43H6570F 4K UHD HDR Android Smart LED TV for $189.99. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available where stock permits. Thanks delz4stelz

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K Ultra HD)
  • Refresh Rate: Motion Rate 120
  • HDR, Smart, Google Assistant, Android TV
    • Inputs:
      • 3x HDMI
      • 1x Composite
      • 1x Component
      • 1x USB
      • 1x Digital Optical Audio
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Interesting. I'd rather Android TV than Roku
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Wow, super helpful. Comparing a 43" to a 65" in two different price categories. Brilliant. 😒
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Hisense 43inch TV info

- 3840x2160 @ 60hrz
- It has 3 HDMIs (all are 2.0b rated)
- Has 1 optical audio out
- 1 usb 2.0 port (tends to die out if used for smart stick devices)
- Uses full array backlighting instead of edge lighting
- HDR is present, but more of a gimmick as the TV doesn't get bright enough to truly experience it.
- Hisense tends to have defects in their backlighting screens, backlighting LEDs, and or panels (uneven backlighting, dead pixels, dark and bright spots) so be prepared to return the tv a couple of times to find a good panel.
- Panels from Hisense vary, as they can be from LG, Samsung, and or another distributor (Not all panels are the same).
- Speakers are fine, not bad, not amazing (2 7watt speakers)
- Hisense Customer support sucks
- Android TV is slow at times, but is fine and usable (even if you have to be patient for awhile).

Overall Hisense makes a solid panel if you can get a clean, non defective panel. It is fine for gaming, desktop use, and TV watching if your not picky. It is not a Samsung, LG, or Vizio, but for the price you can't go wrong.

Source: Own one, and use a few for work. None of them have failed me over the past couple of months.
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Hot deal compared to possible upcoming BF deals?
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Too bad it's not the Roku version, but still a solid deal.
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Too bad it's not the Roku version, but still a solid deal.
Interesting. I'd rather Android TV than Roku
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Interesting. I'd rather Android TV than Roku
Android could be better. I'm just used to the Roku interface.
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Android isn't as robust as Roku but it has all the apps. I bought this TV on Saturday and it's not bad at all. As good as the LG or Samsung .
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Hot deal compared to possible upcoming BF deals?
From what ive seen 4k smart tvs are gonna be $220 which is normal. The real deals are gonna be on the bigger tvs. The 43s dont really drop in price
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this or wait for the 58inch Insignia Firetv on BF for $10 bucks more?
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Interesting. I'd rather Android TV than Roku
That's what you think until you try the Android TV and it's slow as h*ck and apps are really janky

Source: Got the 58 inch version
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Maybe it's because my sharp roku tv is 2 years old, but the hardware in it is crap. Navigating the UI is like playing Doom on a TI-83. Not to mention the the available settings overall are watered down to be "user friendly".

I would much rather have a tv with standard TV features and a dedicated streaming box for the entertainment.

End rant.
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this or wait for the 58inch Insignia Firetv on BF for $10 bucks more?
Youll get a free echo dot I think with the Insignia if that makes any difference. I would steer clear from Hisense but it just depends on what features matter more. Keep in mind when you get a fire/roku tv you get the remote that comes with a fire stick/ roku device instead of a conventional remote with numbers. The insignia will have more options for picture configuration if that is something you like or need. Hisense just has an option to control brightness from what I remember.
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this or wait for the 58inch Insignia Firetv on BF for $10 bucks more?
But will that deal be available online or will you have to camp out at 3 am in front of the store to get one? I don't know.
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Android isn't as robust as Roku but it has all the apps. I bought this TV on Saturday and it's not bad at all. As good as the LG or Samsung .
Curious: Robust? That means Android is buggy?
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this or wait for the 58inch Insignia Firetv on BF for $10 bucks more?
That really comes down to size preference. 15" is a mighty fine difference, am I right boys??
I wouldn't base your choice off of the included software format. Streaming sticks/boxes are almost a dime a dozen if you catch them on sale
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