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Amazon Fire TV 50" 4-Series 4K UHD smart TV

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Size: 50-inch

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  • Brilliant 4K entertainment - Bring movies and shows to life with support for vivid 4K Ultra HD, HDR 10, HLG, and Dolby Digital Plus.
  • Scenes that leap off the screen - 4K Ultra HD, HDR 10, and HLG deliver a clearer and more vibrant picture with brighter colors compared to 1080p Full HD.
  • Fire TV Alexa Voice Remote - Press and ask to find favorite apps, movies, and shows, plus check the weather, sports scores, and more.
  • Watch what you want - Stream over 1 million movies and TV episodes. Watch favorites with subscriptions to Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, and more.
  • All your entertainment in one place - Watch live and free TV, play video games, and stream music.
  • Smart and always getting smarter - Fire TV adds new Alexa skills, features, smart home capabilities, and voice functionality all the time.
  • Connect all your devices - Use the 3 HDMI inputs to connect to cable or satellite and video game consoles. The HDMI eARC lets you add audio equipment for enhanced sound.

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  • Good, if on a tight budget
Size: 43-inch Configuration: TV only
UPDATE: (5 Stars) . 7 months in and we've had zero problems with this TV. Our fiber internet provider updated the Wi-Fi equipment in our house and this Fire TV is now able to pick up a 160 mbps typical signal strength. The quality of the picture is actually slightly better close-up now, though from several feet away, it's just as good as before. . No complaints thus far - a worthy investment. Upping my rating for the trouble-free operation! . ORIGINAL REVIEW: (4 Stars) . I wanted to upgrade our 12- and 17-year-old TV's and have been researching all the options. I used rtingsdotcom to compare performance, as well as online reviews, and it wasn't easy. It seemed that unless you were spending big bucks, rtings always had issues. In the end, I went for the 65" Vizio M65Q7-JO1 for the main TV. The ratings were pretty good and the value seemed good at $699 with an OEM 3-year warranty from my local membership warehouse. So, far I've been very pleased with it. This TV also allowed me to have a reference point for the rtings reviews. Knowing what they said about the Vizio compared with what I saw, I was able to use that to gauge other TV's against my needs. . These first gen Fire TV's aren't rated at all highly. However, when the 43 inch Fire TV was on sale for $259 with a free Echo Dot, I decided it was worth trying. The smaller TV is used almost exclusively by my wife to watch Food Network and HGTV (!) from a distance of about 13 ft. She doesn't care about smart features and sits almost square on to the TV, slightly down and to the right in a brightly (daylight) illuminated 'sunroom', just off the kitchen. . After unpacking the Fire TV, I immediately mounted it on a stand. (PERLESMITH Universal TV Stand - Table Top TV Stand for 37-55 inch LCD LED TVs). The included Fire TV feet would be too wide for the cabinet's shelf. The required mounting screws were already in the VESA mounting points, which was great! No searching around for the right thread and length screws. . On powering up the TV, Amazon had it all set up with my Wi-Fi password and Amazon account. Somewhat scary, but understandable, given that we have Echo Dots all around the house. So it automatically updated the firm- and soft-ware and was ready to go! The screen was looking good with no defects. Interestingly, the TV comes with just a short, get-up-and-run pamphlet, with no manual. I searched online and found a pdf, though, being an engineer, I was able to just go through the menus and quickly understand the systems. Other's might struggle. Vizio actually has the manual built into the TV's menu. . We use Chromecast with Google TV and stream YoutubeTV on both TV's, as well as my daughter's TV, while she's at college. I didn't even bother to check out the Fire TV apps and immediately installed the Chromecast. I had trouble with the Chromecast remote. Google doesn't list 'Amazon' or 'Fire TV' as options for the remote codes. I knew from research that the Fire TV is a TCL rebrand and tried that remote code offering. It sort of worked but wasn't good enough. The volume was slow to respond, unless right up close to the TV. The power worked but didn't work to turn on the Chromecast once it had turned itself off. The input selection was also problematic. After much trial and error, I got the Chromecast remote working correctly using the settings shown in the photo. I also found that I could connect the Fire TV remote to the Chromecast. There's a video on YT on that. The Fire TV remote connects via BT to the Chromecast by long pressing the HOME button to go into pairing mode. You do have to hold the remote right next to the Chromecast itself to get it to connect to the Fire TV remote. It'll come up as 'AR'. Once connected it works perfectly but has to be disconnected to do anything with the TV settings. In the end, I just disconnected it and use the Google remote. . I have found that my old TV's had much better reflection handling. Any reflections were very muted. The modern TV's all seem to be more reflective. The Fire TV is a little worse than the Vizio. You can see that in the photo. Fortunately, where my wife sits, the windows are out of view on the TV screen and it's only with a black screen that the reflections are an issue. On the Vizio, I keep the curtains drawn over the window directly behind me. . Brightness is as rtings said; not that bright. I found the best picture setting was DYNAMIC, with Cinema mode, Noise Reduction and Dynamic backlight OFF and standard white balance. This gives the brightest picture and the nicest color saturation. The TV works well in the room during the day. The Cinema mode resulted in a noticeable Soap Opera effect, which I don't like. The display panel washes out very quickly as you view it off-center. At 40 degrees to the screen, the colors are not at all good and faces start to look a little gray. The Vizio is similar, but not as bad. Both are best viewed from directly in front. . With 4K content, the picture quality is actually pretty good. I have no complaints. However, really close up, you can see artifacts and a white ghosting around objects. This is especially noticeable on non-4K content, where the close-up image also seems out of focus, with lots of artifacts. However, from a 6ft distance, the image isn't bad. I watched some old 1980's Bergerac episodes and the picture quality was quite acceptable with my picture settings. I do see that news text on the screen is not as well defined as on the Vizio. In the photos, you can see the Fire TV letters' edges are rougher and less defined on the Fire TV compared with the albeit a larger and Quantum dot Vizio. CONCLUSION: If you are on a tight budget, I think the Amazon Fire TV is a viable option, but I certainly don't recommend you buy it above $280. There are likely better options out there for a few dollars more. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 26, 2022 by Allen D. Reinecke Allen D. Reinecke

  • GREAT TV for the price!
Size: 43-inch Configuration: TV only
I recently purchased an Xbox Series S which outputs in 4k, so I decided to upgrade from my 4 year old standard HD set (which I now use for TV viewing in the bedroom). I decided on the Amazon Fire 43" 4k, and I'm overall VERY pleased with it. The Xbox looks absolutely AMAZING on it, but things get a little different with normal video streaming or TV viewing. If you look through the reviews here, you'll see a few that mention blurry video quality or something called "Action Smoothing". Make SURE you turn this feature OFF, or your shows and movies will seem like your watching it in person and not at all like you're used to seeing it. To turn it off, long-press the settings button (the asterisk looking button) then go down to 'picture', then 'clarity', then down to 'Action Smoothing'. Set the slide bar all the way to zero. The picture will become like you're used to seeing things. No, it doesn't affect 4k quality. Thing IS, you'll have to do this almost every time you change the picture or color settings. What I learned is THIS - for each of the devices plugged into my HDMI ports, I have a different picture setting. They seem to save the clarity setting for each mode, so I don't have to keep adjusting them. That being said, this 4k TV is SO much more vibrant than my old HD TV. The picture is beautiful even though MOST signals STILL aren't streamed in 4k in most cases. I don't use the Alexa features much, but I might use them more later since I DO have Alexa on my phone and echo dot speakers. I'm looking into finding out if I can use a Fire Tablet as a superior remote to the one provided. Overall? A really GOOD television for under $250. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 25, 2023 by David Cox

  • Nice TV
Size: 50-inch Configuration: TV only
I bought this TV almost a year ago. I had debated buying it though here mostly because I was worried it would be damaged during delivery. But I liked that Amazon gave me the option to pay in installations and this had the best reviews. And when it did get delivered, it was in perfect condition. And it was so easy to set up. I saw the biggest complaint that others had was the blue status light on the front of the TV, that it stays on at all times. Yes, it does, but my TV is in my living room so this doesn’t bother me. Even if it was in my bedroom I can’t see how bothersome it is, so I have to assume the people complaining are sensitive sleepers. Maybe put a bandaid over it? My one and only complaint with the TV is the power-saving option. Unless you’re on live TV, if the TV is on (paused on a show/movie, in an app, or even just on the Home Screen), it shuts off after like 10 or so minutes. This annoys me so much. I have gone through every setting I can think of on the TV, and scoured the internet for answers, but there is no way to override this. Amazon, come on. I’m sure there’s a good intention behind this, but why there is no option to have your own power save setting is beyond me. Other than that, I do like my TV. If you can deal with a small blue power light that never shuts off, and a TV that will shut off after a while, it’s worth it. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 19, 2023 by Kelsey Long

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