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VIZIO D-Series 43" Class (42.5" Diag.) 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV – D43-F1

by VIZIO |
Item # 980111675
Model # D43-F1 |

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About this item

  • Supports HDR, HDR10 & HLG
  • Vizio 4K Ultra HD Resolution – 4x the detail of 1080p Full HD
  • Full Array LED Backlight – For superior light uniformity and picture performance
  • Faster, easier-to-use Smart TV with instant access to popular apps right on the TV
  • Chromecast built-in – Stream your favorite shows, movies & music
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Enjoy a crystal-clear picture at an amazing price with the VIZIO D-Series 43” Class (42.5” Diag.) 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV: D43-F1. This gorgeous television offers you incredibly detailed 4K resolution, high dynamic range support, voice-controlled capabilities and access to a host of smart TV apps you can explore and download at your leisure.

What Does Vizio 4K Mean?

Simply put, 4K means you're getting a TV that’s capable of displaying four times as much detail as a regular HDTV. The colors are more vibrant, the blacks are darker, the details are crisper and everything generally looks better at the 3840 x 2160 resolution. Vizio 4K TVs represents the crossroad of incredible images and incredible value.

What is a Full Array LED Backlight?

Vizo 4K Ultra HD TVs are made with a full array LED backlight. The screen is lit from within with thousands upon thousands of LED lights for a gorgeous, uniformly lit screen that looks great from any angle.

What Are Smart TV Apps?

Just like your phone, the Vizio 43” Smart TV is capable of installing apps that increase its functionality and allows you to watch more than ever before. Every Vizio 4K Ultra HD TV comes with Chomecast built in. This app allows you to stream all of your favorite music, movies and TV shows. Other popular apps include Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime, as well as genre specific apps like the NFL and NHL apps for sports, or Crunchyroll for anime enthusiasts.

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