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Westinghouse 55-inch DWM55F1G1 LED TV specs

Whenever you look at consumer technology news to do with the latest or upcoming TV models, they usually consist of brands such as LG, Samsung, Sony and Panasonic. However, these only make up a small percentage of the number of televisions sold, as we also have to consider those budget models. We know that the larger brands are dropping their prices of 1080p TVs because of the rise in 4K model sales, but the likes of Westinghouse still has a part to play.

Take the Westinghouse 55-inch DWM55F1G1 LED TV, its price is below $300 in some stores in the US, which is a bargain when you consider the size of its panel. However, it still has something to offer those of you on a budget that just cannot stretch to 4K, or feel there is not enough supported content at the moment.

Westinghouse 55-inch DWM55F1G1

Looking over the Westinghouse 55-inch Class 1080p 60Hz Flat Panel LED TV HD specs for the DWM55F1G1 model, it can still give you enough pleasure from its 1080p screen and its resolution of 1920 x 1080. We already mentioned its refresh rate, and while it is up to most tasks, it could end up struggling with some of the more faster content.

As for those other specs, you have a 4000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, DTS, and full range speakers. As for connections, there are 3 HDMI, 2 Component video inputs, and a USB. You will notice it lacks a Ethernet port and built-in WiFi, which means this model does lack Smart features. You just have to remember with this modelyou get what you pay for.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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