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How big is your TV screen?

Postby mrki444 » 09 Feb 2019, 20:14

I bought last month new TV, 32" big screen, brand Elite, 2 years waranty. It's fit good in room, it's not big and resolution is good.

Do you have TV and how big is screen?
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Re: How big is your TV screen?

Postby OldGuy » 10 Feb 2019, 06:55

The last TV I had was something around an 18" screen as best as I can recall. When the monthly cable price nearly tripled, I cut it off and set the TV out on the curb for trash pickup. I felt there was nothing being broadcast that was worth the price. I was in an area where nothing could be picked up by antenna. That was back in 1995.

Ever since then, my only entertainment is on the Internet, and I watch whatever on a small portion of my 15" computer screen, while I work on other sites on the rest of the screen. I usually have three different windows open at any time and the video is the smallest window.

However, I share an apartment with a roommate and he likes the big screen view. For quite awhile,he had a 40" screen in his bedroom and a second one in the living room. When the bedroom TV gave out, he upgraded the living room TV to a 55" and moved the old 40" to replace the one in his bedroom.

Over the past few years, his eyesight has been getting worse. About a month ago, he upgraded the living room TV to a 60", moved the 55" to his bedroom and sold the 40" for $50 to a neighbor.

Now, closeups on the 60" are literally bigger than life size. He watches it all the time but I only see it in passing through the apartment.

2 of my brothers have 80" screens in their homes. I'm not particularly impressed. I've got better things to do than sit in front of the great national babysitter.
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Re: How big is your TV screen?

Postby suny » 10 Feb 2019, 07:18

I have a 52" TV here and a 26" in India
I am planning to buy another one screen size 32 in India in coming week.
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Re: How big is your TV screen?

Postby verity » 10 Feb 2019, 09:44

I have 55 inches tv screen sony bravia but i guess its not the biggest and fyi im not the one who buy these tv its my dad :lol:
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Re: How big is your TV screen?

Postby mrki444 » 10 Feb 2019, 12:57

OldGuy wrote:2 of my brothers have 80" screens in their homes.


How big room you need for such a big tv. You can rent it like small cinema.
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Re: How big is your TV screen?

Postby iamdahmmy » 12 Feb 2019, 13:13

I use the 32 inches screen TV..I think its the general one people use nowadays..
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Re: How big is your TV screen?

Postby nakitakona » 12 Feb 2019, 13:24

iamdahmmy wrote:I use the 32 inches screen TV..I think its the general one people use nowadays..

I do agree with you. Ours is also 80cm (32 inches). Sony Bravia. We use it for watching cable movies, news and entertainment for more than 2 years already.
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Re: How big is your TV screen?

Postby MuhammadZ » 13 Feb 2019, 04:49

I have a 55 inch Nobel smart TV. I prefer a bigger screen, especially for family viewing. It also is much better for playing video games.
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Re: How big is your TV screen?

Postby sofs » 13 Feb 2019, 11:52

We bought a 55" inch Tv at Christmas time. We hardly watch TV and the most it is used in a week is for 8-10 hours LOL. But I love casting youtube videos on them and watching them on the screen.
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Re: How big is your TV screen?

Postby Tendz » 13 Feb 2019, 19:49

I've got a 32 inches Samsung TV. It's been a year now and I love watching movies, sports and wildlife in it
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Re: How big is your TV screen?

Postby mrki444 » 14 Feb 2019, 00:06

Tendz wrote:I've got a 32 inches Samsung TV. It's been a year now and I love watching movies, sports and wildlife in it


What resolution you have? I have HD Ready on my Elite 32 inch TV.
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Re: How big is your TV screen?

Postby peachpurple » 14 Feb 2019, 00:45

40 inch, panasonic display set, 5 years already
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Re: How big is your TV screen?

Postby Ggemezz98 » 14 Feb 2019, 10:45

i have an LG smart TV that is 4K and 16 inches tall
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Re: How big is your TV screen?

Postby KyushuKris » 14 Feb 2019, 14:46

44inch
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Re: How big is your TV screen?

Postby Tendz » 14 Feb 2019, 17:47

mrki444 wrote:
Tendz wrote:What resolution you have? I have HD Ready on my Elite 32 inch TV.


Mine is 1366 × 768 Hd Ready with Hd connection for channels
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