Bring your home theater to life with the new vibrant 32 LCD HDTV from Westinghouse Digital-SK-32H240S. This sleek HDTV supports all TV formats-1080i, 720p, 480i and 480p has an integrated tuner and is packed with multiple HD inputs-including HDMI technology. As always Westinghouse Digital brings innovative features to our displays, this 32 comes with Autosource - automatic source detection and switching, preset video modes for a customized viewing experience and our innovative SpineDesign and waterfall cable management system. Take your home entertainment to a new level.
Broadcast Format Displayed: 768p
Digital Tuner: ATSC
Audio Video Connectors: HDMI Yes, VGA Yes, Component Video Yes, S-Video Yes, Digital Audio Yes
Display Type: LCD TV
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Max Resolution: 1366 x 768
normalized-Diagonal Screen Size: 32
Product Title: Westinghouse SK-32H240S 32" LCD TV - 16:9
Power Score: 2.9 | 16 Reviews
Viewable Size: 32 in
Contrast Ratio: 1200:1
Diagonal Screen Size: 32 in
Response Time: 8 ms
Broadcast Format Supported: 1080i (HDTV), 480i (SDTV), 480p (EDTV), 720p (HDTV)
Interface Connection: USB - Universal Serial Bus
Height: 24.3 in
Weight: 29.00 lbs
Width: 31.4 in
Depth: 8.9 in
Warranty Information: 1 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
Displayable Colors: 16.7 Million
Number of HDMI: 2
Mounting: Desktop, Wallmount
Vertical Viewing Angle: 176 degrees
HDTV Compatible: Yes
Analog Tuner: NTSC
Output: Audio - Digital Optical, Audio - Line Out (1/8" Mini)
General Features: 3/2 Pulldown, Multi-Language Menu, Progressive Scan
Audio Format Supported: MTS Stereo
Included Components: Speakers, Stand
Remote Control: Basic Remote
QAM Tuner: Yes
Input: A/V (Composite), Analog Coaxial(RF), Audio - Line In (1/8" Mini), Component Video, HDMI, S-Video, VGA
Comb Filter: 3D Y/C
Horizontal Viewing Angle: 176 degrees
Comb Filter: 4-Line Digital (3D Motion Adaptive)
Response Time: 8 ms
RMS Output Power: 10 W
Picture in Picture: Single Tuner PIP
Product Reviews (12)
Avoid Westinghouse TV
Strengths: I bought this TV 14 months ago because of the display picture in the store and the affordable price.
Weakness: TV had a poor image from day one; claylike appearance of faces especially close up. Scenery looked great though.
After just over 14 months, the picture is completely gone. Phoned tech support and was told the problem is with the screen, which is more than 80% of the cost of the TV. We now have a TV with sound, but absolutely no picture. Didn't expect to pay close to $600 for a TV that would only last a little over a year; live & learn! Won't be buying any Westinghouse product again.
By anonymous; - Apr 7, 2009
DO NOT BUY WESTINGHOUSE!!!!! Buyer beware!!!!!
Strengths: NONE noted at this time!
Weakness: TV died after only a little over a year!!!!
This TV DIED after only a little over a year. Westinghouse would DO NOTHING!!!! because it was over a year. Other TVs that I have owned lasted decades. I would expect a brand new TV to last longer than this one did. Absolutely no support from Westinghouse!!!!!! DO NOT BUY WESTINGHOUSE!!!!
By bakerelem - Jan 6, 2009
MINE IS BROKEN
Strengths: Good image quality, interface, looks classy, plethora of inputs
Weakness: Westinghouse's customer service. My monitor showed latent signs of vertical banding (generally, a manufacturing defect) and they refuse to acknowledge the problem.
It'll work great until it breaks. Get an extended warranty. If it sounds like a great deal, then chances are it is too good to be true. I won't be buying from Westinghouse again just because their customer service is too poor for electronics of this cost and caliber.
By loobahood8b - Oct 20, 2008
Not worth the hassle
Strengths: Decent picture when it works.
Weakness: Picture blinks off and on when trying to use HD formats. 1080i format makes TV picture fail all together. Can not find sources when switching from one to the other and shuts it self off.
I am about to return this TV as the over all performance of this television is not living up to what it was supposed to be. It says that it supports all HD formats but if you attempt to watch a Blueray disc in 1080i format, the TV blinks off all together. Now i have called Westinghouse about this issue and they have told me that i have to pay to return it and for all shipping costs. I have had...
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I am about to return this TV as the over all performance of this television is not living up to what it was supposed to be. It says that it supports all HD formats but if you attempt to watch a Blueray disc in 1080i format, the TV blinks off all together. Now i have called Westinghouse about this issue and they have told me that i have to pay to return it and for all shipping costs. I have had this television for less than 3 months and already its costing me more than $400 extra just to repair it. Take my advice and spend hte extra and get a better brand. I am now about to sell this one and get an Aquos from Sharp. I really hope this one is better.
By AME1234 - Jul 13, 2008
good value LCD TV
Strengths: good picture quality, especially for the price; nice appearance unlike those TVs with glossy/shiny bling bling cheap plastic rim; QAM tuner is sensitive.
Weakness: The contrast is lower than a typical Samsung which sets the standard for LCD, in my opinion; HDMI doesn't seem to accept PC input without noticeable degradation.
I told myself not to expect too much from a Westinghouse, but I was pleasantly surprised when I saw it next to a Samsung and a Sony at BestBuy. The Westinghouse had a slightly darker image, but it was also 30% cheaper. There is a slight buzz from the speakers due to poor noise reduction circuitry, but it is not audible unless you put your ear near them. Overall it's a good value.
By flyingtigerace - Mar 6, 2008