whats your home tv set?

@chiyosan (29389)
Philippines
June 16, 2011 7:49am CST
So.. With the ever changing and quick release of television models in the market... How many times have you already changed your tv set? And when did you stop? What is the latest tv set you have installed at your right now?
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8 responses
@burrito88 (2779)
• United States
19 Jun 11
My newest TV is 15 years old. I don't believe in throwing things like that out if they still work. If my income suddenly went up, I might buy a new TV but ony to get one that is more energy efficient.
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@chiyosan (29389)
• Philippines
5 Nov 12
i agree with you on this. =) the older version of the tv sets uses much more electricity. :D i am looking forward to our tv set as well!
@angelo315 (232)
• Philippines
17 Jun 11
After we got married last 2008, we bought Samsung Flat Screen TV 21". Then, on December 2009, we opted to upgrade it to LCD, LG LH70 32". The reason, we have only limited space, we are living in a 30sq meters unit. In order to save space, we mounted it in our wall. We did not buy it just to be "in," be bought it on purpose. As of now, we have no plans of upgrading it to LED. LED is so expensive. :)
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@chiyosan (29389)
• Philippines
31 Oct 12
LED is pretty much the price of the what LCD was before. =) i guess my brother would be buying an led now that it is much cheaper now than when it was first introduced. =) thank you for your response
@axlrate7 (1366)
• Philippines
16 Jun 11
Well, what we have till now is the old colored tube television. We never change our TV until now, but we plan to buy the D series of samsung when we earn enough money. =)
@chiyosan (29389)
• Philippines
31 Oct 12
Our tv was old too! haha but it is now turning black and white every so often and the voice - we can barely hear anything anymore!! so my brother planned to buy later a new tv set. haha
• United States
23 Jun 11
My house isn't up to date with the latest technology. Meaning, I don't have a big flat screen in my living room lol, which I'm good with. I think the last tv set installed at my house is a big tv (not flatscreen, has a back) that I got in 2008? I'm not too sure, might have been 2007. It was half price so I'd say it was worth it though.
@chiyosan (29389)
• Philippines
27 Dec 12
oh yes... that is really what has happened to our group. it was a great set of groups that we have come together and made a good 5 minute presentation. all showcasing each of their things and talents and we all have showed concern for the presentation to be beautiful. as this time we are also brought together with this goal. the kind of time we shared 2 hours everyday for our practices, we made good friends too. thank you so much
@leeloo (1494)
• Portugal
22 Jun 11
I still had a tube television until a short time ago, it works well and has always worked well, but because of the change to Digital television, the adaptor was expensive(don't have cable yet) so I got a flat screen with digital adaptor that way I already have access without having to have another adaptor taking up more space.
@chiyosan (29389)
• Philippines
5 Nov 12
we just changed our tv set to flat led now because our tube tv has already given up on us. it ain't showing colored picture already and is now lost its sound we can't hear anything anymore. haha
• Philippines
2 Dec 12
I don’t usually change my Television set on an annual or monthly basis since I cannot afford to buy new models every time they have a new line up of such devices. I normally change my Television set by the time that it needs to be change such as its condition, the TV is broken and not working. That time I would buy a television because as we all are living in the modern age, television I must say is a necessity. The latest Television that I and my family purchased after our Samsung flat LCD had given up and is not working properly is an LED TV although the brand is not that famous (Devan’t television) it’s worth the price because it’s budget friendly and has some cool features and a good flat screen television.
@sacmom (14338)
• United States
24 Oct 12
I don't tend to change them...I just add to them. I have a total of 4 TV sets (one isn't used as it's going out). The oldest TV is a Magnavox 27" that my husband and I got together about 20 years ago. It was the floor model, so we were able to get a good deal on it. It still works well even after being hosed down a couple of times by our oldest some years ago. Our newest TV set is A Samsung LED that was purchased a couple of years ago. I believe it's 46" and is the main TV that the family uses. My husband and I quite happy with it. I don't see us getting another TV for a long time to come. Happy mylotting!
@gaiza12 (4889)
• Philippines
26 Aug 11
I grew up knowing only 2 TV sets that we have. The first one was when I was still young, it was a very old tv set which I really can't recall the brand name. My father shouldn't have bought a new set because that one was still working but he realized that it was already very old so he bought a new one which was a 21 inch sharp tv, I don't exactly know what it was. The tv has been with us for 10-12 years when it stopped working. My father had it fixed and it still served us well until now. We have bought a new one which was a flat screen sony tv when we transferred to a new house. So to sum it up, we never really change our tv set every now and then but we only change it when the tv is already too old enough to serve us.