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Insignia - 50" Class (49-1/2" Diag.) - LED - 1080p - 60Hz - HDTV

Insignia™ NS-50D400NA14 LED HDTV: With three HDMI inputs for high-definition 1080p connections to devices like Blu-ray players or gaming consoles and easy connection to Internet streaming entertainment, this Insignia HDTV can deliver a high-quality visual experience for your living room or home theater. Connect a Roku Streaming Stick to this HDTV and get access to more than 700 channels, including Netflix, Hulu Plus and HBO GO.
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Questions & Answers for Insignia - 50" Class (49-1/2" Diag.) - LED - 1080p - 60Hz - HDTV

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How do I initiate 'auto channel search' on my new Insignia ?

1 year, 3 months ago
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To perform the automatic channel search function with this TV (SKU #7787062), you'll need to do the following:

1) Press the MENU button on the remote control
2) Press the Left or Right Arrow key to highlight CHANNELS, then press either the Down Arrow key or Enter
3) Press the Up or Down Arrow key to highlight AUTO CHANNEL SEARCH, then press Enter

Additional instructions and visual guides can be found in the owner's guide.
1 year, 3 months ago
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Debug

My tv says debug on the screen. what does that mean? it is not hooked up to the internet.
8 months ago
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The signal is not coming from the TV. That is not an error message our TV's would display. In this case, the source device, such as your cable box, is usually the culprit. To verify this, turn off your cable box. If the message I would recommend contacting them so they can troubleshoot the issue.
7 months ago
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webcam support

can i connect a webcam directly to the tv for real time viewing?
1 year ago
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Yes, you can connect a webcam to the 5o' Insignia tv, just as you connect xbox to the tv.
10 months ago
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Yes, you should be able to as long as the TV has a HDMI output.
1 year ago
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How do I calibrate the picture quality to maximum quality for my viewing room?

1 year ago
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Saratoga Springs, NY
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I worked for a company that made very expensive video displays for over 20 years. We used calibration equipment that cost thousands of dollars. On my Insignia TV, I found that the Cinema setting in the picture menu was pretty decent and that is what I use.
10 months ago
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This is subjective based on what settings you enjoy viewing TV programs/movies. You can manually adjust brightness/contrast/picture settings/modes to see what's best suited for you. Otherwise, if you wanted to have your TV calibrated, that is a service that Geek Squad provides for a nominal fee. You can schedule a Geek Squad TV calibration service appointment by calling 1-800-433-5778.
1 year ago
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Why is the red indicator light on when TV is off and off when the TV is on? Can this be reversed?

On the front of my 50" Insignia LED TV, the red indicator light is on when the TV is off and off when the TV is on. Usually an appliance shows when it's on by an indicator light. Some LED TV's have two indicator lights - red for off, but connected to power, and green for on. Is there any way to make this TV show when it's on so a user [me] can turn it off and save electricity?
1 year ago
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Saratoga Springs, NY
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The Red light indicates the unit is plugged in and ready to go.
10 months ago
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No there is not a way to reverse it, or change. My TV is the same way, when the TV is off-there's a red light on the front indicating that it is off--when it's on, then there's a green indicator light.
1 year ago
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where is insignia made

11 months ago
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Different manufacturers from overseas. If needed, Parts are available at Best Buy. Exclusive Best Buy brand. Same parts that make expenive brands e.g. LGs are used to make Insignias.
10 months ago
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Carol06
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This is proprietary information and cannot be released.
11 months ago
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