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    We have three, one in the lounge room, one in the family room and the other one is collecting dust and not being used.

    I suffer with insomnia, so would never entertain the thought of a tv in our bedroom.

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    We have three. One in the lounge room, one in the bedroom and one in the bar/man cave :P

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    3 . One in lounge area, one in our bedroom, one in the kids room.

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    One!

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    2 - one in the lounge and one in our bedroom. We don't often use the one in the bedroom as we don't often want to watch different things. More often it will be because we've been watching something downstairs at night and getting tired, so we'll go upstairs, get ready for bed then watch the last bit in bed before turning off. Occasionally if there's something like a royal wedding on tv I'll be banished to the bedroom to watch haha.

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    We just have one in the main area. We did have a small one in the bedroom but we haven't used it since DD came along so it's been moved to the garage lol

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    No TV. To is it's the ugliest piece of furniture one could have.

    Run for cover!!

    We do have a projector though!
    ETA it's not connected to the TV. I can not believe the amount of cr@p Australian channels are broadcasting. It's shameful really.
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    Family 7 = 1 TV. That's works as a TV and 1 that works as a screen for the game system in the big house that is rarely used.

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    3 working ones..lounge, our bedroom & in the man cave.

    Plus 2 old school ones gathering dust in the spare room.

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    One in the lounge room. We have 2 young kids and they only watch abc 2 or dvds. Dh is usually on his laptop and me on my phone Internet so we don't watch much regular tv.

    Sorry off topic but what is the difference between family room and lounge room?


 
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