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Westinghouse LD-4655VX LED LCD HDTV Review

46 in.

We do not recommend this basic 1080p display.

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Introduction

This is the first Westinghouse television we have ever tested. The LD-4655VX ($599 MSRP) is one of the cheaper 46-inch, 1080p televisions on the market. This TV is unimaginably easy to use, with no extra features and a menu that gives you access to only very little. If you want a TV that you can plug in once and lose the remote, this Westinghouse may sate your desire. On the other hand, if you are looking for quality with your value, take a look at the test results and see how they match up to three other inexpensive displays, in our comparison section at the end of the review.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Design
  3. Tour & Design
  4. Connectivity
  5. Performance
  6. Picture Quality
  7. Screen Performance
  8. Audio
  9. Power Consumption
  10. Calibration
  11. Software & Internet
  12. Apps & Internet Features
  13. Software & Interface
  14. Coby TFTV4028 Comparison
  15. Haier LE46B1381 Comparison
  16. Dynex DX-46L261A12 Comparison
  17. Conclusion
  18. Series Comparison
  19. Photo Gallery
  20. Ratings & Specs
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