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Insignia™ - 55" Class (54-5/8" Diag.) - LCD - 1080p - 120Hz - HDTV

Enjoy movies, gaming and more with this Insignia™ LCD HDTV that features 1080p resolution for arresting visuals with intense detail and stunning clarity. Three HDMI inputs allow simple connection to high-definition components.
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Questions & Answers for Insignia™ - 55" Class (54-5/8" Diag.) - LCD - 1080p - 120Hz - HDTV

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MY TV IS HOOKED UP TO A HD CABLE BOX,BUT WHY DOES MY TV ONLY SHOW IN 720P AND 60Hz

3 years, 4 months ago
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Anonymous
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In order to view in 1080p or 1080i you need to change the setting on the cable box. Press menu, select options, then system settings, and then aspect ratio change it from 720p to 1080p or 1080i. Hope this helps!
3 years, 4 months ago
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Ayo4Yayo
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Bay Area, California
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It all depends on how the show is being brodcasted. If your cable company only has it available in 720p thats all that the TV will be able to show it in.
3 years, 4 months ago
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csanchezd
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Denver, CO
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what size room do i need for a 55 inch tv

3 years, 1 month ago
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Anonymous
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I have it in a 15 x 15 room. It looks and sounds great. I had a 40 in, and it was OK, but this fills the room.. Very pleased
3 years, 1 month ago
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HBPHILLY
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South Florida
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20x30
3 years, 1 month ago
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BDSapp
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Volts

Is this tv capable to work on 110v to 220v?
3 years, 1 month ago
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Kash
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Belmont, CA
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I only see where it is 110v.
2 years, 11 months ago
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Anonymous
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Chelyan, Wv
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110-120volt
3 years, 1 month ago
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kzyckr
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Coax Input?

Is there a coax input on this TV. I don't have an HD box yet?
3 years ago
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bigred
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Phila., Pa.
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Thanks, I noticed that it is listed as an "Audio Output". I wonder if I can use it as an input...
3 years ago
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bigred
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Phila., Pa.
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This TV does have a coaxial connection on the back.

I hope that helps!
3 years ago
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DerekBBY
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RIchfield, MN
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TV picture is not showing

Tv is on , Cable box is on able to see cable guide, however unable to get a pic to come on screen any suggestions?
4 years ago
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Dobie
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VA
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There are a couple of ideas you might try. First check other channels to see if it is just one channel or all channels. If its one channel call the cable company, if its all channels unplug your cable box for a couple of minutes and try again. Secondly you can try to reset both the TV and cable box by unplugging them for a couple of minutes to see if that resolves the issue (sometimes a setting on the TV may cause this issue.)
3 years, 11 months ago
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GeneW
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Tulsa, OK
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Try unplugging the power cord from the cable box to allow the box to reboot. It is possible this will fix.
4 years ago
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mrpaul
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florida
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120Hz or 60Hz

My 55" LCD 1080p 120Hz HDTV on the screen say's it's a 60Hz not a 120Hz . What is causing this problem and is it running at 120Hz or 60Hz?
4 years ago
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HAB
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Chelsea, Maine 04330
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answer 1
Most broadcasts come to your TV at 60Hz refresh rate and so many TV's display at 60Hz. The 120Hz is basically used in 3D pictures. So unless you are watching a blu-ray or 3d movie you will be seeing a 60Hz refresh rate, however this TV is fully capable of displaying 120Hz refresh rate its just seldom necessary.
3 years, 11 months ago
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GeneW
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Tulsa, OK
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answer 2
Electricity does flow at 6o hz. A tv which states it is 120 hz. refers to the screen refresh rate. Those tv's have a circuit which replicates frames, uses an algorithm to tell the video processor where to place those replicated frames, and then refreshes the screen 120 times per second. This is done to reduce what is called motion-blur on any lcd tv, whether it uses flourescent or led lights to produce the light needed to make an image. All lcd tv's need a light source. An LED tv is an LCD with LED lighting instead of flourescent lighting. Brighter, but colors somewhat too bright until tv is professionally calibrated.
4 years ago
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mrpaul
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Florida
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120Hz or 60hz!?

This question has been already asked, butt not totally answered. When I use my ps3 to watch a blu-ray, and I hit the info button on my tv remote out says 1080p like out should, but next to that our still says 60hz. Why would it say this if it should be out putting 120hz with a bluray??? And yes in advanced picture settings the 120hz is on high.
3 years, 8 months ago
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Anonymous
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usually it is your game that you are playing,on the back of the game it has the specifications if its a 720-1080,or 1080,or 720.However it usually depends on the quality of the HDMI cable you may be using.
3 years, 6 months ago
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TechHernandez
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El Paso,Texas
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Signal strength of 120 hz is not a feature of Blu-ray disks, but of the player you're using. Your PS3 must be capable of outputting a 120 hz signal in order for your TV to display a 120 hz signal from PS3 Blu-ray content. Otherwise, you may use the Insignia Motion 120 feature on your TV to insert frames into the source signal to display as 120 hz. I hope this helps.
3 years, 7 months ago
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JohnINSG
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Plastic piece

What is the seperate black plastic piece that comes in the bag with the booklet for?
3 years, 5 months ago
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Anonymous
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It is for wall mouning the TV. You can remove the TV stand and the mount that is attached to the TV, and it covers the open spot on the bottom of the tv for when you wall mount it. Then it doesn't look like it has a big hole in the bottom! !)
Good luck with this TV... it is not a good deal for the price.
3 years, 5 months ago
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R3V01UT10N
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answer 2
That looks like it would be the stand cover. This is used to cover the opening that the TV stand slides into if you decided to mount the TV. This will give the bottom of the TV a sleeker look, but wouldn't be used if it is on the stand.
3 years, 5 months ago
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MattBBY
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Richfield, MN
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Why is my TV not in 1080p?

3 years, 5 months ago
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Anonymous
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try buying a high quality surround sound recevier with HDMI connections.i have a Denon receiver and i'm not getting no lag everything is connected through the HDMI it's nice one HDMI to the tv no more messy looking wires. also i have the receiver set to 1080p so now everything shows 1080p not 1080i.it also has a sound delay settings so you can adjust the sound if it's not matching your picture. good luck. hope this helps you.
3 years, 5 months ago
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wooly69
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ohio
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answer 2
What sources are you using for the display? (I.E. DVD player, cable box, BD player, etc.?)
3 years, 5 months ago
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TheMizz
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Is this TV internet ready?

3 years, 4 months ago
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Anonymous
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This TV does not have wifi or Ethernet which is usually a key feature of an Internet-ready TV.
3 years, 2 months ago
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Neochaos
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Florida
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answer 2
This TV does not feature built-in internet connectivity. In order to access streaming content, a set top box or streaming service-enabled Blu-ray player will be needed. Please see included products for examples.
 
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3 years, 4 months ago
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JohnINSG
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