As someone who’s talked about a whole load of LCD and plasma televisions, I’ve only just started coming in contact with the newer line of LED televisions. And I’ve been pretty impressed by them so far. My first contact with an Insignia LED television, the Insignia NS-46E560A11, gives me a lot of hope for future versions.
The Insignia NS-46E560A11 is a forty six inch 1080p LED television with Insignia Motion technology to reduce blurring, two ten watt speakers with SRS TruSurround, one composite video input, one component video input, four HDMI inputs, one PC VGA input, one PC audio input, one RF input, one analog audio output, one optical digital audio, and one headphone jack.
LED televisions look great. That’s just standard for LED, it seems, as I’ve seen quite a few of late. And the sound quality is pretty solid as well–the speakers may only be ten watt, but that SRS TruSurround augmentation really helps things.
The best part, however, comes with the price tag. Objectively, it’s fairly high, but it’s a representative of the newest piece of home theater tech available on the market for a relatively low thousand dollars. Yes, a thousand bucks for an LED television. I don’t know about you but I find that pretty awesome no matter how you look at it.
Thus, the Insignia NS-46E560A11 is an impressive entry into the LED television market, and if you want to get in on it yourself, a great place to start.