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Westinghouse LTV-40w1 40" Black LCD TV/DVD Combo

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  • 40" 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • 700:1 Contrast Ratio
  • HDTV Ready
  • HDMI Connection
  • 41.2" x 28.2 " x 9.0 " (with Base) 41.2" x 26.0 " x 6.5 " (w/o Base)
  • DVD Player

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Welcome to the ultimate entertainment system, the Westinghouse 40" widescreen DVD combo with an integrated HDTV tuner and front slot load DVD player. Designed for maximum functionality and style efficiency this widescreen DVD combo features direct digital path to screen technology for optimal video performance and has the flexibility to be placed in an armoire or can be wall mounted.

The clean integration of popular functions makes this unit simple and efficient. The Westinghouse LCD TV/DVD combos feature a unique electronic front-loading "auto wake" slot which detects when a disc (CD or DVD) is inserted and automatically powers the TV on, switches to DVD or CD source, and plays the movie or music. If the TV is already on and a DVD is inserted into the slot, "auto select" is activated and switches to the DVD, whether the viewer is watching TV, playing video games or using other sources. No fumbling with modes or technology. Just sit back and enjoy.

The Westinghouse 40" DVD Combo has a front-loading slot that allows the product to fit into an armoire or mounted on a wall. Equipped with the SpineDesign the "spine" is ideal for connecting exterior components and keeps wires hidden and allows easy access even if the TV is hanging on a wall. In addition, the innovative front-loading design integrates the DVD player to enjoy Pixel Direct technology that delivers the ultimate in picture quality. Pixel Direct technology delivers the DVD video from the source to the screen with the shortest direct digital path and the least signal processing. For current and future device connectivity the TV features an HDMI input. The connectors are located for easy access to each and every one of the inputs even after wall mounting. Westinghouse products will look great in your home year after year.

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Combo Player
DVD Player
Diagonal Size
Cabinet Color
2-10 watt speakers
NTSC 480i
HD Ready 480p, 720p, 1080i
Clear QAM
HDTV Capability
HDTV Ready


Aspect Ratio
Recommended Resolution
Contrast Ratio
Response Time
8 ms
View Angle
150° Horizontal / 150° Vertical


HDMI-HDCP + L/R Audio 1
VGA/D-Sub/RGB + Audio mini jack 1
YPbPr Component Video + L/R Audio 2
S-Video + L/R Audio 1
Composite Video + L/R Audio 1
L/R Audio out, Switched, Variable Volume 1
HDMI Connection


Progressive Scan, Aspect Ratio Conversion, CCS (Cross Color Suppressor), 3D Noise Reduction, Inverse 3:2 pulldown, 3D Video Processing, 3D Comb Filter

Dimensions & Weight

41.2" x 28.2 " x 9.0 " (with Base)
41.2" x 26.0 " x 6.5 " (w/o Base)
62.4 lbs (with Base)
57.4 lbs (w/o Base)
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  • Anonymous
  • 8/1/2007 12:52:02 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing DVD clarity

Pros: A digital-direct connection between the DVD and the screen (with progressive scanning of course) results in jaw-dropping clarity.

Cons: No PIP (on my model), and the slot loading mechanism isn't as aggressively smooth as, say on a Macbook. You gotta push it all the way in yourself. Of course, it's not a "name brand" so consider an add-on warranty service to cover you past 1 year. I did, and it's still cheaper than a competing product.

Other Thoughts: I actually own the 26" model from this company, not the 40", but the technology should be the same. I thought I would be wasting my money on a DVD combo, but it's definately worthwhile. The difference reminds me of the first time I watched a DVD after years of being happy watching VHS tapes. It also frees up a progressive-scan connection for a second game system!

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  • Anonymous
  • 12/13/2006 12:54:39 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsPoor Service

Pros: Picture is good, built in DVD is nice

Cons: There is a known issue with this system defualting to internal speaker. It will only stay in external speaker until you turn it off. When you turn it on it goes back to internal speaker.

Other Thoughts: Contacted Westinghouse about problem, they said it was a known issue and they would sent someone to fix it in a few weeks. That was on Sept 26th. I have called them 5 times and as of today (13 Dec 06)it still has not been fixed. This is how Westinghouse takes care of the buyer AFTER the sale. Never again.

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4 out of 5 eggsExcellent value, period.

Pros: Excellent bang for the buck, HD picture quality, very attractive design, multiple inputs. Has built-in DVD player and OTA HD tuner.

Cons: Native sound quality is poor. Needs image alignment adjustment feature.

Other Thoughts: I first saw this TV in a local electronics store. I honestly was not looking for a 40" TV but the Westinghouse LTV-40w1 HDC caught my eye. The TV is very attractive and I was surprised it came with a very descrete, built-in DVD player and a built-in over-the-air HD tuner!. What really fueled my interest in the TV was the price. The price was fantastic for a 40", current model LCD TV.

Before my purchase I did a little internet research. I came accross an article by top, well respected HDTV tester. This article convinced me to give the Westinghouse LTV-40w1 HDC a try.

When I got home, I hooked up the TV. Satellite to S-video, DVD to component ( I like my external DVD player). It took me about an hour to tune the contrast, brightness, etc in to get the picture just right for the satellite feed. My wife and I were very impressed with the picture quality. I set-up the HD tuner stations and WOW the local OTA HD NBC station looked excellent in 1080i!

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  • Juan C.
  • 10/5/2006 10:47:40 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsThere's better options out there.

Pros: Great features for the price. The built-in DVD player is great and convenient. Movie will start playing withou having to change input source. OTA HDTV looks great and the PIP features work nicely. The TV has one HDMI connector and VGA out as well.

Cons: The volume level is different for DVD, HDTV, and analog tv. If watching analog and you switch to DVD or HDTV you will have to drastically raise the volume and vise versa. When playing DVDs, the player will default to english subtitles no matter how many times you change the settings... Also when viewing HDTV, you will have a solid green line about 10 pixels wide on the left side of the screen. When the broadcast changes to 4:3 you will see some noise on the top portion of the screen... This is not a Sony and will not have the engineering behind it...

Other Thoughts: I found this 40" tv for a great price at my local Best Buy.

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