Best Buy’s own line of gadgets and TVs is called Insignia. They may be purchased at physical stores like Best Buy and online at retailers like Amazon.
On the downside, tracing the production of house brands is notoriously difficult. Therefore, I will explain the history of Insignia and the countries where their goods are manufactured.
So, let’s dive right in!
Where do Insignia televisions are made?
Similarly to other large shops, Best Buy sells its own line of electronic goods under the Best Buy brand name. They have higher profit margins, therefore they can offer their products at lower prices than the big national brands.
Even though Insignia TVs are less expensive than the alternatives, Best Buy gets to retain a larger portion of the sale price. However, Best Buy isn’t exactly forthcoming about who exactly they contract out to make and design these televisions.
Each and every one of Insignia’s televisions is made in China. There is some uncertainty as to the actual name of the factory that produces the televisions.
This suggests that Insignia TVs are made in many different locations around China.
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Conclusion: Who Makes Insignia TVs?
In general, the value of an Insignia television is rather high.
Based on what I discovered throughout the disassembly, it seems like Samsung made the majority of the critical parts used in my Insignia Fire TV.
Samsung TVs have the best picture quality, brightness, and performance, thus I recommend them highly.
Customers on a tighter budget will appreciate being able to get a product of Samsung quality at an Insignia price.