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This 65-inch Insignia 4K Smart Fire TV is just $300 for the 4th of July

Insignia's 65-inch F30 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV is on sale for $300.
Written by Chris Bayer, Editor
Insignia 70-inch Class F30

This Fourth of July, some people will watch fireworks exploding solely on their TV sets, opting against the summer heat and the hassle of large crowds. If you're looking for a new Ultra High Definition (UHD) TV at a competitive price, the Insignia 65-inch Class F30 Series 4K Smart Fire promises an array of features and a solid viewing experience -- and it's on sale for $300 at Best Buy.

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The F30 Series features an LED-backlit LCD screen with 4K Ultra HD resolution (2160p), providing four times the resolution of full HD. It supports a high dynamic range (HDR10), delivering enhanced contrast and a more comprehensive range of colors for a lifelike viewing experience.

DTS Studio Sound technology drives its two-speaker playback to provide realistic and immersive audio. If you need more volume, the F30 includes multiple HDMI ports to offer versatile connectivity options for external devices, including ARC and eARC support for advanced audio formats like soundbars.

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The product's full name indicates that Insignia's F30 Series LED has a built-in Fire TV operating system, allowing access to streaming platforms like Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, and more. With Alexa compatibility, you can launch apps, search for content, and manage other smart home devices using the integrated voice assistant. Further, you can seamlessly share videos, photos, and music from your Apple devices to the TV using Apple AirPlay.

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You won't get OLED or QLED quality from any LCD, but if you're in the market for an affordable TV that's on sale for an even better price, the Insignia F30 Series can put on a vibrant fireworks show.

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