The TX Series is Westinghouse's flagship line of 1080p LCD televisions introduced in 2008. These sets offer the standard features of a modern high-end LCD television with the Full HD native resolution, and a multitude of HDMI and component inputs. Notably, the TX Series lacks the 120Hz display feature found on flagship models from other manufacturers, however the included features are comparable to other televisions in this price range. Located below the the TX Series is the VX line of sets which feature similar specifications but include two HDMI inputs instead of four.
- 1080p native resolution
- 5,000:1 contrast ratio
- 6.5ms response time
- 10-watt speakers
- Inputs: 4xHDMI, 2xComponent, 1xVGA, 1xS-Video, 1xComposite
- Outputs: 1xRCA, 1xSPDIF Optical
Resolution support - Similar to more expensive Sony TVs, the TX Series supports a full 1080p resolution over both component and HDMI inputs. Even 1080p source video that is 60Hz, mostly found in video games, is supported over HDMI, and potentially component as well.
Speakers - The speakers deserve special mention as they are more powerful than those found in competing sets. Westinghouse is intended for budget consumers and therefore the set is probably meant to deliver adequate sound experience without the need for a separate receiver and speaker setup.
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