Summary: Three years ago we purchased an Insignia DVD player. Now it is outdated and will not play new Blu rays . We called Insignia regarding this, and they said tough luck. One manager went as far as you say the customer is always wrong. Please spread the word on this share this with everyone you know.
Summary: The tuner stopped working after only 2 years, and the picture was never really very good to begin with. Cannot recommend and will never buy another cheaply made Insignia product. Pay an extra 20 or 30 dollars and get the same sized product from a reputable brand.
Summary: Ive had this TV for almost 3 years now, and its still as great as the day I bought it. Audio quality is great. Picture quality is fantastic. Not too big, not too small. Its everything you could want in an HDTV.
Summary: Started having problems and the tv died completely by 2-1/2years. It has been mounted on wall since purchase so it is not related to damage or impact caused by owner. Do not buy, it is an expensive waste of money to have a 26" wide screen TV mounted on my living room and having to use a 20+ year old...
Summary: In generally I really like this TV. It had all the input and attributes I needed. Overall, this company and product line could dominate the market. Of course, that would be if they had a better history.
Summary: this TV is the worst of the worst, I can tell that's why they had it for bargain price back in 2009 when I bought it. I can definitely say its the worst TV I have ever had in my life. the colors are washed out, and the screen is filled with glare.
Summary: I bought this TV for the Mrs. for casual bedroom viewing. For a 720p HDTV, going head to head for picture quality, you had to spend $100 more to get something which smoked its picture quality. The colors are rich; motion tracking is OK. Verizon FiOS looks great on it when fed via HDMI.