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43" Hisense 43H6570G 4K UHD HDR Android Smart LED HDTV $199.99
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Anyone have any opinions on the 43" Insignia 1080p that's $159? Is 4k really beneficial on a TV that small? And do bestbuy.com open box units come with any warranty?
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On the fence with this one. I need a new TV to replace the one my youngest broke in the kids room. I'm trying to mate the 200x200 VESA mount and this one is a 300x200. I really don't want to buy a new mount but I do like the fact that this is a android TV over ROKU Smart TV. I use Kodi/Jellyfin and I also have HBO MAX so ROKU is odd player out at the moment. I'm not trying to be cheap but at this point I'm just not sure if its worth it at the price.
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On the fence with this one. I need a new TV to replace the one my youngest broke in the kids room. I'm trying to mate the 200x200 VESA mount and this one is a 300x200. I really don't want to buy a new mount but I do like the fact that this is a android TV over ROKU Smart TV. I use Kodi/Jellyfin and I also have HBO MAX so ROKU is odd player out at the moment. I'm not trying to be cheap but at this point I'm just not sure if its worth it at the price.
For the mount you could probably find an adapter to make it work. I have a mount that is 100x100 that held my computer monitor but wanted to put up a 200x200 TV. I checked to make sure the mount was rated for the weight of the TV first. Then I bought an adapter so I could mount the TV. If the mount is rated for something smaller you have to account for the size difference when it comes to adjustability, placement, etc though.
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I've been looking for a decent smallish tv like this. I picked it up at lunch and so far I'm really impressed. Android TV is great so far.
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before we used to receive the coupons in emial , did best buy stopped it ?
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Wow, this little cheap TV even has Bluetooth.
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This or one of those insignia or toshiba tvs with fire stick included?
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This or one of those insignia or toshiba tvs with fire stick included?
Care to share the links please?

Edited: never mind, I found it https://slickdeals.net/f/14168990-buy-any-insignia-or-toshiba-fire-tv-edition-smart-tv-get-free-echo-dot-3rd-gen
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Care to share the links please?

Edited: never mind, I found it https://slickdeals.net/f/14168990-buy-any-insignia-or-toshiba-fire-tv-edition-smart-tv-get-free-echo-dot-3rd-gen
I was eye balling the 219 or 239 price point tv since those specs are better and more comparable to this than the 199. But they both come with an echo dot too...
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So is 4k really beneficial on a 43" TV? Or is 1080p all you need?
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For the mount you could probably find an adapter to make it work. I have a mount that is 100x100 that held my computer monitor but wanted to put up a 200x200 TV. I checked to make sure the mount was rated for the weight of the TV first. Then I bought an adapter so I could mount the TV. If the mount is rated for something smaller you have to account for the size difference when it comes to adjustability, placement, etc though.
My god. Why didn't I think about that? I realize I am being lazy not wanting to replace the mount and again It's not a cost thing just a logistics issue but I didn't even thing to consider this option. Thank you.
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getting one , thanks
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So is 4k really beneficial on a 43" TV? Or is 1080p all you need?
Obviously that depends on how close you're sitting, or whether any of your sources in the next *few* years are going to be higher than 1080p. Some people also use cheap 4K TVs as computer monitors and that's definitely a reason to get a 4K in this size, if your video card or GPU can handle it which for practical purposes means it has HDMI2 so you don't suffer through 30Hz refresh @ 4K.
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