Amazon – 43″ Class 4-Series 4K UHD Smart Fire TV

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Amazon – 43″ Class 4-Series 4K UHD Smart Fire TV
Amazon – 43″ Class 4-Series 4K UHD Smart Fire TV


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Price History

Price history for Amazon - 43" Class 4-Series 4K UHD Smart Fire TV
Latest updates:
  • $218.99 - September 21, 2023
  • $173.99 - August 10, 2023
  • $92.99 - July 11, 2023
  • $163.99 - June 11, 2023
  • $154.99 - May 3, 2023
Since: May 3, 2023
  • Highest Price: $218.99 - September 21, 2023
  • Lowest Price: $92.99 - July 11, 2023


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Price History for Amazon - 43" Class 4-Series 4K UHD Smart Fire TV


Current Price $218.99 September 21, 2023
Highest Price $218.99 September 21, 2023
Lowest Price $92.99 July 11, 2023
Since May 3, 2023

Last price changes

$218.99 September 21, 2023
$173.99 August 10, 2023
$92.99 July 11, 2023
$163.99 June 11, 2023
$154.99 May 3, 2023

Additional information

Specification: Amazon – 43″ Class 4-Series 4K UHD Smart Fire TV

Display Type


Product Depth Without Stand

5.59 inches


42.32 inches


5.59 inches

Screen Size

43 inches

Picture Quality Enhancement Technology

Active HDR

Curved Screen


Smart Capable


TV Tuner


Product Weight Without Stand

15.5 pounds

Number of Digital Optical Audio Outputs


RF Antenna Input




EPEAT Qualified


Estimated Annual Operating Cost

14 United States dollars

Estimated Annual Electricity Use

116 kilowatt hours

Stand Included


Manufacturers Warranty - Parts

1-year limited warranty and service included.

Manufacturers Warranty - Labor

1-year limited warranty and service included.

Adjustable Stand Width



25.67 inches

Number Of USB Ports Total


Product Height Without Stand

25.67 inches



High Dynamic Range HDR


LED Panel Type

Standard LED

Backlight Type

Direct Lit

Refresh Rate


Smart Platform

Fire TV

Number of HDMI Inputs Total


Product Name

43" Class 4-Series 4K UHD Smart Fire TV

Voice Assistant Built-in



4K (2160p)

Model Number



4 Series

Model Year




Color Category


Product Height With Stand

24.2 inches

Product Width

42.32 inches

Product Depth With Stand

8.7 inches

Screen Size Class

43 inches



Reviews (3)

3 reviews for Amazon – 43″ Class 4-Series 4K UHD Smart Fire TV

3.3 out of 5
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  1. Schlitty

    I’m happy and impressed with it.TV came well packaged and was easy to set up. Which is to be expected as Amazon is just slapping their FireTV OS guts and some branding on some TVs. But they still managed to get that Amazon feel across in the design and the accessories. I will say it would’ve been nice if they included an ethernet cable but I guess those saved pennies help their space program or something. Everything you need to get started is there with that minimalist Amazon appeal though. I was unpackaged, plugged in, and powered on in minutes.Set up was a breeze after waiting for an update to download and install. If you’re familiar with any of the Fire TV Sticks or other Amazon devices, everything here is familiar. I’m neck deep in the Amazon environment from Recast to Fire Sticks so this was an easy choice to take a flyer on. And yes, Recast works on this TV. So to the dozens of us that use it, worry not. The new Fire remote is handy and adds the extra stuff you need for full control of a TV while still being simple. Settings, channel up and down, Live TV, etc. are all there. I’m not the biggest fan of branded app buttons at the bottom of the remote as things go away and get renamed, but the more buttons the merrier. I’m sure they can be rebound to other apps.The introductory price of the 50″ was too good to pass up. But I will say all the regular prices are just high enough to not be complete bargains. I imagine modest discounts will come occasionally and will be well worth considering. And to be fair, these aren’t bare minimum or cheap TVs. You get some real bang for your buck. Above average picture quality and honestly the best “smart” integration I’ve seen in a TV. I know they added one “premium” feature of Dolby Vision to the two largest options of the OMNI series but I do wish they would’ve made a model with a few more bells and whistles. Especially ones geared towards “gamers” and their consoles. 120hz, VRR, stuff like that. Would’ve been a riskier business choice I suppose. I was shopping for a bedroom and 65″ or 75″ was just too big and DV wasn’t enough of an allure. But for an introductory line of TVs I think they struck the right balance of options in the two lines and prices points. I’m not a hands free voice user, so I didn’t mind choosing the more budget friendly 4-Series line. And again, the introductory price on the 50″ was a great deal. Borderline steal. I’m very satisfied.Back to the OS and its spectacular integration; It boots up quickly and is always one home button, button click away no matter what you’re doing or which input you’re on. Everything is snappy and loads quickly. Apple+, PS5, Prime Video, PLEX, Recast, etc. have all been tested and work/look great. There’s enough picture options to dial things in to your liking. I liked that Dynamic Backlight was off, but disappointed that Action Smoothing was cranked. But that’s me. You can adjust the picture settings for each input. AND for each individual app! Which is pretty amazing and useful. The TV did have input lag with the PS5 out of the box. One of the picture settings like MPEG filter or something was the culprit, but there is a dedicated “game” profile in the picture settings presets that solved everything. I could see this being a small oversight that leads to a couple unhappy experiences. All the options you need are there to solve things though. I can’t wait to explore the nooks and crannies of this thing more. I definitely think they integrated the Fire OS directly to the TV really really well.Big thumbs up to Amazon on their first run with these branded TVs.

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  2. Empress2002

    The TV has really great picture, really simple remote, and all of my TV apps in one place. this TV was easy to set up and to download the new update.The only issue that I’ve seen so far is that occasionally after a commercial has played and I have been watching a program for I want to say about over an hour, the TV will go black but you can still hear the program. I mostly saw this during “Why Women Murder” on prime. I don’t know if it was that particular program that had the issue or if it was because of the switchover between the program and the commercial, or if after the TVs been on for a long time it’s trying to decide if it needs to go into some sort of sleeper mode. I also went through the whole Harry Potter movie series on HBO max and I don’t think I saw that same issue.Also, I would occasionally see the picture would be struggling on what I assume is the refresh rate. The quality of the picture with decreased dramatically and look fuzzy. If either of these two issues happen, all you have to do is hit the back button and then go back to resume your program.Overall, I think this TV is pretty awesome. The best part I like about this TV is Amazon’s payment option.

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  3. Greg M

    PLEASE update the software’s System Settings menu with an option to disable the blue standby light when the TV powered off—I cannot tell you how irritating it is to have to unplug the TV every time I want to sleep in a room devoid of that glaring blue light.Do that and this one-star review becomes a five.Thanks!P.S. The TV is pretty great otherwise, especially for the price.

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