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Westinghouse 22" LED 1080p 60Hz HDTV | LD2240

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  • Resolution: 1080p
  • HDMI input: 1
  • Contrast ratio: 1000:1
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Brand NameWestinghouse
Item Weight9.4 pounds
Product Dimensions22 x 5.5 x 15 inches
Item model numberLD-2240
  
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ASINB007ATHRJG
Best Sellers Rank #79,003 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableFebruary 18, 2012
  
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  • Brand Name: Westinghouse
  • Model: LD-2240
  • Display Technology: led-lit
  • Display Size: 22 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
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The Westinghouse 1080p 22" LED TV is a perfect choice for any room in the house. From the bedroom or dorm room to the kitchen or den, enjoy watching HD programming or connecting to your PC. It's Powerful features make it a great option for small spaces.

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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By M. Keough on March 4, 2012
The TV is pretty good out of the box, and has more picture adjustment controls than I expected. I like that the TV can be tilted a few degrees up or down. (others have no tilt feature)

The sound is rather poor (tinny and no bass), but you can always hook it up to a cheap pair of PC desktop speakers through the earphone jack if you need richer tones.

When I first hooked it up to my cable connection, through the coax connector (TV input), it only searched for the few low resolution (480i) Analog channels that my cable company provides. I was disappointed until I realized that you have to switch the tuner to "QAM" mode and get the activation code from Westinghouse (free). After QAM activation, it found all the digital channels. The high def (1080) cable channels look much nicer than the 480i analog default channels. There's no mention in the manual that QAM is the digital tuner needed for Hi-Def channels.

Overall, I'm pretty happy with the TV. It's good for a kid's bedroom, kitchen or use as a big computer screen (has analog PC RGB and HDMI input). When using as a computer screen there's an auto adjust and full manual control over the overscan size in case it's too big from the PC.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bart Sparkle on May 15, 2013
This TV wasn't expensive, so it kind of fills the bill for what I need it for. This is the first "slim" design TV that I have bought. The sound is awful, and that is exacerbated by the fact that in order to accomplish the "slim" design, the speakers face to the rear. SO, the person in the next bedroom is hearing EVERYTHING on the TV. Also, with the sound bouncing off the wall behind the set, the volume level must be quite high... mea culpa to the next bedroom. It seems to me that makers of TVs from the large screen TVs to the smaller screen TVs want us all to buy video sound components or sound bars. So much for the price of TV's going down.

Otherwise, the picture quality is good and the features are good... I wish it had a second HDMI input jack so I can run my blu ray and my ROKU, but I worked it out. It wasn't an expensive tv, but by just having FRONT facing speakers, it could be a lot better... jus sayin...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Clyde D. McLallen III on June 14, 2013
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at 159.99 USD (including S & H), this TV set is a gem. set has stereo sound--and there are built-in speakers and a mini-plug jack; equalizer controlled; output to Boze speakers, and result fills the room! Video is satisfactory, several modes to choose.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jaydon on April 18, 2014
Pros: Bright. Nice color. So far, Durable [had for over a year].

Cons: Viewing angle is a: OMGWTF. speakers are OMGWTF. Ports are: OMFG Fit!!!!!

Heres the Review................................................

So i bought this TV from Best Buy, took it home and set it up. First, let me just say the position on the ports, were AWFUL
the ports are vertical and there is like a 2 inch gap up and down for them so it is difficult to use hdmi, and almost IMPOSSIBLE to use
an SD cable box, the one you twist in to the TV. Now onto the speakers....... Darn. these are the worst speakers ever. Not even good enough for a cheap TABLET. Terrible. Now this is a 1920 x 1080 Full HD TV so it looks nice, its bright, and iv had it for over a year [using it as a monitor right now while im writing this review]. But..... the viewing angles make you want to kill yourself; like come on really? if you are not EYE LEVEL with the MIDDLE of screen and PERFECTLY CENTERED, it looks dark and discolored.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mahlers2nd on March 16, 2014
I purchased this on sale recently for 120 bucks because I needed a monitor to work from home. My corporate laptop was an IBM Thinkpad which only had an HDMI cable. I looked at the other monitors that were available and they were significantly more money than this little TV.

I took this home and plugged it into my laptop and it worked great right out of the box -- I didn't need to install any drivers (which is good because my employer doesn't allow us the ability to install ANYTHING on our computers -- not even drivers needed for monitors or trackpads).

The only downside as a monitor is that it does not have an adjustable angle. However, since this wasn't my regular day-to-day setup, I could live with it. I like the fact that the bezel is a "brushed flat" plastic -- as opposed to shiny black fingerprint magnet that is typical today.

Of course, less than 2 days after purchasing this for work, I wound up getting laid off -- so I'm particularly glad that I went this route since I have now reallocated the would-be monitor to be my bedroom TV.

All in all, I needed something relatively inexpensive and this filled the bill perfectly. For the money and the flexibility to be either a computer monitor or TV, it was definitely a good "pick-up".

[NCJAR]
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer on January 24, 2013
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Really like the tv but the speakers in it rattle if you get into a movie or show with big sound.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Kathy_in_NEO on October 4, 2012
I just purchased this TV and haven't used it much but thought I would report my initial thoughts. I purchased this HDTV mainly because of the price ($149). I bought it to replace an old 13" Toshiba analog TV in my kitchen. It definitely isn't "plug and play" when it comes to using it with cable. I had to change the setting on the tuner to QAM and then enter an access code (14159). It took about 10 minutes for the TV to complete the channel scan.

I had to connect the TV using the coax cable jack because when I hooked it up using an HDMI cable it couldn't find a signal. I had hoped that once it finished scanning the channels this would be corrected, but it still isn't working. I guess I am going to have to call Westinghouse to figure it out.

But, so far, I am pleased with the picture. I am having some sound issues (volume) but I think that has more to do with my cable than the TV. As for other's reporting the it sounds "tinny" here is what I did - I went into the sound menu and selected "user". I then increased the bass and decreased the treble. I think it sounds great now.

I am planning on buying a second one from Amazon for my sister for Christmas, if it keeps working as well as it is now.

UPDATE: I had to call Westinghouse about the HDMI problem and it appeared that the HDMI connection was broken (tried connecting the cable box and a DVD player). I wasn't happy about this because the store I bought it from is over 100 miles from me (that will teach me to not be impulsive - I should have waited and bought it here). If I had to send it to Westinghouse, I would have gotten a refurbished TV in return - again, something I wasn't happy about. After hanging up with tech support, I decided to try connecting my ROKU box - and it worked! So, I'm hoping that when the cable company technician comes out today he can get the HDMI working with the cable box.
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