For those of you who’ve been regular readers of my television reviews here over the last few months, you know I’m not easily impressed. I’ll find the least little problem with anything just to have something to talk about. But this time around, even I’m hard pressed to find a problem with one of the newer models available in Best Buy’s house brand lineup, the Insignia NSL42X10A.
The Insignia NSL42X10A is a forty two inch 1080p LCD television with PC video input, a whopping FIVE HDMI inputs, two composite video inputs, two S-video inputs, two component video inputs, one RF input, one headphone jack, one audio output, one digital audio output, two twelve watt speakers, SRS TruSurround, and a 15000:1 contrast ratio, which is actually pretty high for a home television.
Plus, what’s great about this thing is that it’ll actually work with your iPod. And not only does the picture look great, and the sound sound pretty sweet for a set with twelve watt speakers, it also comes to you at a REALLY good price: seven hundred and fifty bucks.
It’s an incredible value that offers terrific performance–even close up I couldn’t see any artifacts in the picture–so if you’re in the market for a new television, you may want to consider the Insignia NSL42X10A.