Westinghouse 46" LED HDTV (UW46T7HW)
An improvement on the traditional LCD display, LED technology produces vibrant colors without spilling as much light into darker parts of the screen. With less light leakage, televisions can produce deep, inky blacks, leading to increased clarity and depth in picture quality. In addition, Westinghouse's HDTV refreshes its screen at 120Hz, which smooths out otherwise blurry or choppy images in fast-moving media, such as sports, action movies, or home footage of you and your cousins blowing things up in a microwave.
- Product number: UW46T7HW
- 46" LED display
- Full HD 1080p resolution
- 120Hz refresh rate
- Built-in speakers with AudioEngine LSI by Yamaha
- Two HDMI inputs
- One VGA input
- Weight (with stand): 27.85 lb.
- Weight (without stand): 25.85 lb.
- Dimensions (with stand): 41.75" (W) x 26.16" (H) x 6.81" (D)
- Dimensions (without stand): 41.75" (W) x 24.55" (H) x 2.12" (D)
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- One-year warranty from Westinghouse
- Condition: new
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