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Westinghouse 43-inch WD43FC2380 LED TV specs

The way to get more from your TV without the need for a set-top box is to buy a Smart TV model with built-in WiFi, as you then gain access to services such as YouTube, although more importantly Netflix. The good news is, you don’t have to pay a lot of money in order to get this, as prices are falling all the time. Take the Westinghouse 43-inch WD43FC2380 LED TV for example, you get that feature above, and we are talking far less than $500.

This does not sport 4K Ultra HD, but then again many of you feel it is not worth committing to the technology until such time there is enough supported content. We know the quality of these TVs are awesome, but still have a little way to go before they come the standard that HD is today.

Westinghouse promotes this as a 43″ Class (43″ Diag.) LED, 1080p Smart HDTV, so let us have a look at those specs to help you find out if this is the model for you.

Westinghouse WD43FC2380 LED TV price

You have a native resolution of 1920 x 1080, an aspect ratio of 16:9, with a contrast ratio of 2400~3000:1 and a viewing angle of 178° horizontal and 178° vertical. Other features include progressive scan, 3D noise reduction, 3D adaptive comb filter and also 3 selectable color temperatures.

In order to get a better understanding of this model, you might want to head to Best Buy, as they have have 18 Westinghouse WD43FC2380 reviews from customers that bought one of these TVs. You can also download the user manual PDF for even greater insight.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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