Sharp Roku TV 43 Review

May 26, 2023
David Sunnyside

The sharp roku tv 43 review is a smart TV that uses Roku to access the huge library of streaming apps. It has built-in wi-fi and three HDMI inputs to let you plug in other devices for a more connected experience. Its display has FHD resolution, which gives you more screen space for watching videos and games.

This model doesn’t have the voice-enabled Roku remote that lets you use your smartphone as a remote. However, it supports Apple HomeKit, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. It also offers upscaling for 4K sources, so you can watch HD content at its native resolution. It has a good selection of apps including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and YouTube. It doesn’t support Dolby Vision, though.

Another option is the FP series, which comes in 32in and 49in sizes. It’s similar to the Mini LED but with more advanced features such as Dolby Vision and Atmos, a 60Hz refresh rate and MEMC motion control. It also has downfiring speakers tuned by Harman Kardon and runs on newer Android TV.

Both brands have plenty of options to suit your budget, from entry-level Full HD models to premium 4K sets. However, it’s worth remembering that Hisense has a lower reputation than Sharp and their TVs don’t come with the same level of premium features. If you want a smart TV with a good quality display, then it’s best to go for a Sharp set instead. Their prices are generally higher, but they offer better value for money.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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