Big mistake. I’ve never had more problems with an electronic device, and I am not a total idiot at tech stuff. Cable company has come out here twice. Remote control is glitchy. Tech support is clueless. Customer service perfunctory. For one example, when I contacted Insignia about the remote issue, they told me I had to contact Best Buy. When I contacted Best Buy, they said I had to contact Insignia (though I told them I already had) or I had to return the television. Complete runaround. And there were other problems - too many to include here. I would advise anyone to avoid falling for the lower price. It is not worth it.
I know I only paid less than $500 for a 65" TV, but what I don't get is how a Fire TV released in 2020 cannot be compatible with Home theater? So don't expect to pair this with an echo studio or any other device. Also, the ARC works most of the time, but not always and sometimes sends an off signal in sleep mode. The picture is glary as all H. Do not attempt to watch if you have lights behind you as you will see nothing but the light reflection. The fire OS works fine, and paired easily with the rest of the system. I gave up on the wifi inconsistencies a nd plugged in an ethernet hard wire. Its not the fastest processing TV. Overall for what I paid I guess I'm not surprised, but knowing what I know now, I would have passed on this purchase.
I have a TV with Fire Stick. I have a TV with Fire TV. I have a TV with Fire TV Cube. The TV with the Fire TV Cube is a Smart TV but the Smart TV features for someone who only uses streaming services over WiFi (No Antenna and No Cable) was not as good as Fire TV. I like Fire TV because I have all my streaming services, and more available, and a format that makes it easy to operate on any of my TVs. The Insignia 65" FireTV is the best. The single remote, Alexa, "my watchlist" works better than any of the previous opetions. The internal operating system is much improved. This TV is in a remote resort location and operates on a 4g signal putting out between 1 mbps and 5 mbps and runs very smooth. I need only one of the 3 HDMI inputs to connect a DVD player. My sound bar connects with one skinny optical wire. Nothing else to do and it was on. Ok Boomer, I connected like a pro! The 4k picture is great. Bought this from Best Buy over Amazon on Prime Day and saved $100.