Insignia, folks! I don’t get the opportunity to tangle with Best Buy’s house brand very often, but when I do, I generally don’t come away terribly disappointed. And today, I’ve got something new and very muchly interesting to fill you in on with today’s review target, the Insignia NS-P502Q-10A.
The Insignia NS-P502Q-10A is a fifty inch 1080p plasma television that offers two ten watt speakers with SRS TruSurround, two HDMI inputs, one composite video input, two component video inputs, one RF input, an audio input, a digital audio input, sleep timer and channel labeling.
Okay, so the spec list is a bit on the short side. There is, however, consideration for your older gear, which is always a plus, and there’s one truly great redeeming feature about this television–the price. You can get this sucker for seven hundred bucks at Best Buy’s outlet center.
Seven hundred bucks for a fifty inch 1080p plasma! Now, granted, the sound quality is not the greatest (even though that SRS TruSurround really does up the ante a bit in quality terms), but the picture looks at least pretty decent, and a television this size for that price is pretty good no matter how you slice it.
All in all, the Insignia NS-P502Q-10A may not be the best plasma you’ll ever see, but it’ll definitely be one of the best PRICED plasmas you’ll ever see!