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[*] Post 391193 posted on 19-10-2009 at 19:08 Reply With Quote
How big is your TV?

Some are too big apparently, using up more than their fair share of energy.

Mine is an older model 24 inch which is big enough for the few programmes I sit down to watch. My parents got a very large flatscreen tv (32in) when my mother's sight began to go and now, of course, it is no good to her at all but my father still enjoys the occasional programme.

So, what kind of tv do you have and do you intend to go "bigger" next purchase?
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[*] Post 391194 posted on 19-10-2009 at 20:17 Reply With Quote

Old Panny widescreen job, 24" in the lounge.

15" LCD with DVD in the kitchen. (Worst TV in the house, but gets used the most!)

15" LCD Freeview job in the lads room

14" old portable in the other two bedrooms.
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[*] Post 391199 posted on 19-10-2009 at 20:37 Reply With Quote

Old 21 inch CRT but am looking to buy a LCD one in the near future:cool:
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