We are a one TV family (family of 3).
Generally works for us, though sometimes I wonder whether it would be nice to have a TV in our bedroom.
How many TV's are in your house, and in what rooms are they located? And are you happy with how things are, or do you think it'd be better if you had more or less TV's?
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21-10-2014 09:22 #1
How many TV's do you have in your house?
21-10-2014 09:24 #2
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21-10-2014 09:28 #5
Two. One in living area and one in the guest room / play room
Once we move we're getting the tv out of the living area. I personally don't like TVs in lounge / living rooms.
21-10-2014 09:30 #6
And to answer the OP no for a family of 6 two TVs is plenty. Neither DH or I are huge users and our kids will be very old before they have a tv in their room (or a computer).
21-10-2014 09:31 #7
One in the lounge room. We have 2 boys and when they're older, maybe early teens, we'll get a second for the family room. I'm not a fan of having one in the bedroom.
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21-10-2014 09:32 #8
2 - one in the lounge room and one in the family room
21-10-2014 09:32 #9
One, in the lounge room.
I hate it, it just seems to be a big distraction from life and dh automatically turns it on which drives me crazy. I used to watch it all the time when dh did shift work as I was lonely but now he is home every night it just seems unnecessary unless there is a specific program we want to watch.
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21-10-2014 09:34 #10
1, in the living room.
Dd1 also has a portable tv/dvd that she sometimes uses in her room.
I have no intention of getting another one.
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