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40" Insignia NS-40D510NA17 1080p LED HDTV $179.99 + Free Shipping

longmanj9 5,272 66,133 August 21, 2016 at 12:07 AM in LED TVs (10)
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Last Edited by longmanj9 August 22, 2016 at 10:56 AM
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Free Shipping or Store PickupBest Buy via eBay [ebay.com] also has it for $179.99


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  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Two 7W Speakers
  • Inputs
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Digital Optical Audio

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#2
Best Buy cranking out the 40" deals. Got the Westinghouse the other day for 150. Even at 170 for this you can't go wrong. There are 32" tvs priced higher.
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#3
Not bad, they had the Roku version a week ago for 190.
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Quote from jb0Ogi3 View Post :
Best Buy cranking out the 40" deals. Got the Westinghouse the other day for 150. Even at 170 for this you can't go wrong. There are 32" tvs priced higher.
Yep, I picked up the $139 40" Westinghouse after Visa Checkout. Great deal!
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Quote from tommyvee View Post :
Yep, I picked up the $139 40" Westinghouse after Visa Checkout. Great deal!
Quote from jb0Ogi3 View Post :
Best Buy cranking out the 40" deals. Got the Westinghouse the other day for 150. Even at 170 for this you can't go wrong. There are 32" tvs priced higher.
which one is/was the better deal, this or westinghouse?
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Quote from Tosh008 View Post :
which one is/was the better deal, this or westinghouse?
I have this one, good picture quality and the speakers are far superior to Westinghouse
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Quote from Tosh008 View Post :
which one is/was the better deal, this or westinghouse?
I would go with the $30 less deal as speakers are bad on all of these. The best deal in this low end bracket recently was the expired $199 Haier 43" Roku TV (which I also bought). Smilie
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#8
Only had one Insignia. Wasn't too thrilled with it, the speakers sucked and just stopped working all together. I know Westinghouse isn't a great brand either but it is $30 less and I'd be more comfortable with that over an insignia.
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#9
Reliability [screen] concern! First hand experience.Frown
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#10
explain
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#11
Picked up the Westinghouse the other day, this last night. Well worth the $30 difference. Better picture, and Xfinity has the codes for the remote.
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#12
I have a 720p version of this TV I bought for cheap about a year ago. Its just a bed room TV so it suits its needs, wonder if they would notice if I bought this and swapped it out.. hehe

Anyways good deal on a basic TV.
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#13
Does the screen have glare and can the tv be viewed at any angle?
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#14
I bought one three days ago, it's great in our bedroom.
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#15
I bought the 40" Westinghouse but will return it for it doesn't scan digital channels, site has info about tuning activation but the TV doesn't have the feature on how to activate the tuner on the menu.

I just wonder if this TV has tuning problem like the Westinghouse too?
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