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[Best Buy] Insignia 58" 4K UHD HDR LED Smart TV (NS-58DF620CA20) - Fire TV Edition for $449.99 (in-store Only)

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[Best Buy] Insignia 58" 4K UHD HDR LED Smart TV (NS-58DF620CA20) - Fire TV Edition for $449.99 (in-store Only)

  • 58" 4K UHD screen delivers a crisp, clear picture that does justice to every kind of content
  • HDR technology boasts exceptional luminosity and a wide colour gamut for deeper blacks, lighter whites, and richer colours
  • 60Hz refresh rate with Motion Enhancement technology reduces lag for buttery-smooth action sequences
  • LED backlight technology offers a long-lasting reliable TV with efficient energy consumption
  • Fire OS 6 operating system offers access to tons of streaming apps, including Netflix, Prime Video, HBO, SHOWTIME, and STARZ
  • Smart TV is compatible with Amazon Alexa for easy, hands-free control and navigation
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I bought this TV for the same price in January at Best Buy on sale.

It’s brighter than the TCL 4 series. It looked considerably brighter than the TCL when I compared the two in store.

It’s actually 57 and half inches diagonal width I believe and not 58 as advertised.

Some users have reported loss of brightness during HDR content and loss of sound (two separate issues). I haven’t had either issue.

Sound will cut out periodically on internet browser when viewing basketball streams. The issue never occurred until I started playing sound through Bluetooth to an Amazon HK Astra speaker. It might be the Bluetooth or the speaker. I’ve never lost sound on the TV itself.

I am happy with the TV. I think I’d probably try for a 65 inch Hisense or something for an extra 100 bucks though if I could do it again. Costco has the 65 inch hisense for under 600


There was a guy posting in the 300$ Walmart Proscan thread for the 55”. He should come here and drop some knowledge for us. There’s not much info on this TV.

I don’t think this is the exact same model sold in the US on BF for 200$ US. Some people think it is? I’m not sure on that
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I believe it's only 60hz...
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Can you mirror your Android and iPhone to this TV?
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hitman989 wrote: Can you mirror your Android and iPhone to this TV?
Since this runs FireTV OS it lets you download apps like typical android boxes.

There are a ton of apps that allow you to do this. I bought one called AirReceiver. It lets you emulate a chrome cast or an Airplay server or both. This will let you mirror your phones screen and videos and pictures. Works for Apple and Android

There are free alternatives too
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Hamilton
Buyer beware if you're considering the Bell Fibe app over a Bell Fibe box - the app doesnt handle sports/motion well on this TV.

Amazon and Bell blame each other.
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