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43" Onn Roku 4k TV (Refurbished) @ eBay - $127

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Onn 43" Class 4K (2160P) Roku Smart LED TV (100012584):

$169 - 25% ( apply PARTYFOR25 ) = $127 plus tax and free shipping

QA Note: Slight price increase. Price is now $171.64 - 25% = $128.73 > Now: $130.63


Key Features:

Screen Size (Diag.): 43"

Backlight Type: DLED

Resolution: 2160p

Effective Refresh Rate: 60Hz

Smart Functionality: yes

Smart Platform: Roku

Built-in WiFi: yes

Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Contrast Ratio: 5000:1

Viewing Angle (H/V) 178 x 178

OSD Language: English, Spanish, French

Connectivity:

HDMI Inputs: 3

USB: 1

Composite: 1

Ethernet: 1

RF Antenna Input: 1

Digital Audio Out: 1

Headphone Jack: 1

What's In The Box:

Remote Control

Wall-mountable:

Mount Pattern: 200mm x 200mm

GRADE A Fully Functional

Seller Refurbished is a fully-functional product in "Like New/Very Good Condition" that may or may not have minor cosmetic defects, blemishes, dents, scratches. Product that has been inspected, tested, and restored to the original manufacturer's operating specifications.

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I would hold off on buying this. VIP outlet usually has a stackable 15% off on holiday weekends, such as labor day.
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http://www.walmart.com/ip/onn-43-.../428114216

Brand new is $178 with free shipping. Not sure why vipoutlet is charging $169 for a refurbished one.
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The 43" Insignia at Bestbuy is better imo.
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The 43" Insignia at Bestbuy is better imo.
Link?
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The 43" Insignia at Bestbuy is better imo.
That one's only 1080p isn't it? Or am I looking at the wrong one?
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http://www.walmart.com/ip/onn-43-.../428114216 [walmart.com]

Brand new is $178 with free shipping. Not sure why vipoutlet is charging $169 for a refurbished one.
Vipoutlet is aware the coupon code drops the price to $127, which makes it seem like a better deal then just pricing it at $127
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That one's only 1080p isn't it? Or am I looking at the wrong one?
At 43" the difference between 1080 and 4k is minimal unless you're sitting right next to it. More important is the quality of the display. I believe the Insignia is a quality IPS panel. The Onn sets are notoriously fairly junk.
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4:4:4 chroma subsampling?
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I'm guessing this would be a bad computer monitor?
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Price is the only nice thing then
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I'm guessing this would be a bad computer monitor?
I'm thinking about taking the risk and using it as a monitor. I'm hoping if I have this placed further back than my desk, that it will be okay.
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This is that junk brand that Walmart sells, right?
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This is that junk brand that Walmart sells, right?
Yes, but it's only $127.
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At 43" the difference between 1080 and 4k is minimal unless you're sitting right next to it. More important is the quality of the display. I believe the Insignia is a quality IPS panel. The Onn sets are notoriously fairly junk.
This...not to mention any of the small cheap sets around this size that claim HDR and all are pretty pointless as well. They may decode the content, but what you see on a small low end screen isnt going to be a true HDR experience, or much different at all really, on a small cheaply made panel. If all else was the same, I'd actually prefer 1080p on a cheap set around this size. Wont look any different unless your nose is right up on it...closer to native resolution of everyday content like tv channels and such, and no eating up much more bandwith on 4k streams for little to no difference at viewing distance.

I dont mean to say purposely seek out 1080p as often your getting 4k whether you want it or not, especially on better sets. It's just the way most are made now with limited 1080p models. Just saying no reason to be turned off by 1080p just cause it's 1080p on the smaller lower end sets.
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