There are Two Models That Have Been Released in the Ultra-HD Insignia Roku TV
TV series! If you are planning to get this, don’t skip this article! Though the insignia Roku tv models are found to be overpriced, you tend to find relatively lower 4k content! And if you are on a tight budget, you might need to settle for a 3,840 x 2,160-pixel picture that comes for just $499!
Though the budget version is priced cheap, the deliverable is pretty good and an improvement over the usual smart-TV streaming experience.
The Best Buy Brand has opted for single retailer strategy. There is no support for the latest HDR standard, hence don’t expect extended colors and great brightness levels which you can easily find in the top end models.
The Insignia TV has got a splendid design with 2.5-inches thickness and four HDMI inputs along with a built-in 802.11ac. You can experience the fastest wireless performance ever with this model.
When we are talking about performance, you tend to find many technological features for the 4K Insignia Roku TV, like the edge-lit LED design used by the LCD. Though the set doesn’t support the 3D content, you find a slightly disappointing solid picture being delivered. While sample tests are being taken, picture distortions, which were caused to the upscaling HD content for using 4K screen resolution was quite evident. However, there were not much of false halos produced.
Lack of detailing may also be perceived to be one of the Insignia Roku TV’s weakness, which can be adjusted through the advanced settings.
With 4k content, the Insignia TV was truly a good show, with quite reasonably good colors. You also tend to find the colors in the 4K to be saturated, which lacked the subtle contrast variations. For more updates and guidance on the Insignia Roku TV setup (Roku.com/link), just reach out to our team of experts at +1 855 739 5780 or visit our website at my-roku-com.com