Westinghouse DW39F1Y1 39-inch specs and user manual

By Peter Chubb - Nov 19, 2013

TV sales in the months of November and December are huge; this is because it is the time of the year when consumers have been waiting for, as it is a perfect way to treat the family. We have already looked at a huge number of TVs for various budgets, and Westinghouse is right up there in terms of having above average specs, yet below average pricing.

When looking around for a TV, some people just see one online or in store and then just go for it because it has attractive pricing, but that would be a huge mistake. Take the Westinghouse DW39F1Y1 39-inch 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV, you would want to know what sort of specs and features it has.

We can tell you that we are surprised at the leap in terms of technology Westinghouse has made. Just five years ago these TVS were a little on the ugly side and lacking features when compared to rival TVs of a similar budget.

Westinghouse DW39F1Y1 39-inch 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV

Westinghouse DW39F1Y1 39-inch 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV

The design of the Westinghouse DW39F1Y1 LED TV is very slim and delivers a crisp, clear picture and from a distance you would be forgiven for thinking you are looking at an LG or Samsung TV.

Looking over some of the Westinghouse DW39F1Y1 specs we can see this model comes with Full HD 1080p, 120Hz refresh rate, 100,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, SRS TruSurround HD, and 3 HDMI inputs.

To learn more about the Westinghouse DW39F1Y1 TV we were hoping for some reviews, but there doesn’t seem to be any. However, if you are still interested, then you could visit Westinghouse and look over the user manual just to see more of its features.

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  • splitarillo

    got this tv for myself to put in my personal room and i am totaly blown away by how good it look.
    i had to think about it before i got it because it was a westinghouse brand but for the price i could not go wrong
    after puting together turned it on then put it next to the samsung in the family room
    the picture is just as good as the more expensive samsung
    the westinghouse has nice bright crisp clear colors

    and with the many connection you can connect you reacever, pc, and dvd player end more
    the only one down side to it is the sound its not very good but with a nice set of external speakers its perfect

    i am totaly happy with this tv

    would i recomend this tv …….YES

  • Brad

    I have had this TV for 3 weeks. It is my first HD tv after being extremely picky about what I wanted and what I was willing to spend. Everything I wanted (40″ range, 120Hz, LED) was hard to find for less than $500, especially when looking for Samsung, originally. I have never been unimpressed with anything I’ve seen from Westinghouse and found this TV for $250. I couldn’t be happier with the purchase. I’ve yet to see a similar size TV that has looked any better, often if even as good. The ones that do compare have been purchased for nearly double or more. With 3 HDMI inputs, a digital coaxial audio output, what more could you need. One tip though, do NOT depend on the speakers in this TV for your audio. They are definitely miserable. But I had no intentions of using them anyway, so no loss for me. But, if there were anywhere I could say money is being saved in building this unit, it’s in the speakers…lol.

  • rilo

    The specs claim 120Hz, but I am getting only 60Hz performance with no documentation supporting the claimed 120Hz…

    • Brad

      Your 60Hz is from your inputs. Do some research, but where the 120Hz comes in handy is when you use a Blu Ray player. You can switch your Blu Ray player (not all, but many) to play in true 24fps with a 120Hz tv like this. Some players may list this as 1080/24p. Anyway, it will play your Blu Ray in the 24fps that it was filmed in with the 120Hz tv playing each of the 24 frames per second, 5 times a piece (24fps x 5 = 120Hz). I was wondering the same thing of mine. 60Hz tv’s cannot do this and are forced to use the 3:2 Pulldown which creates screen jutter that you will see much less of in 24fps at 120Hz. Give it a try if your Blu Ray player is capable of it. You will be impressed.

  • ovville

    Great TV. we are very happy.