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    No idea. It's broken and out in the garage. We have a small (30 inch at an absolute guess) piece of rubbish quality tv in the interim...and I like the size of this tv better than our better screen quality tv. We will be dealing with the 30 inch one for ages. Replacing the tv is way down our list of things to replace. We only have one tv.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    Just measured it. It's 20 inches.
    We just replaced our 24 with a 36.

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    We'll probably only replace our crappy old TV when it breaks. I'd love to get rid of it completely but still like to watch TV occasionally.

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    There is supposed to be an optimum size depending on how close you sit to the TV. ours is the optimum size for our space but its very small compared to most people's these days. I'm happy with it, not planning to go bigger any time soon.

    I think tvs are just progressively getting bigger with the price of LCD panels dropping. It might also be that people are using them for different things, more for gaming or running a computer through rather than just watching shows?

    ETA - love the thread title

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    Ours is a 55" and it's plenty big enough for us. It doesn't overwhelm the space, but is still big enough to enjoy movies and music videos on it etc.

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    We have a 64" in the living room and a 65" in the bedroom. There is also a 46" in the toy room for when we put a movie on for the kids. We like our telly I guess hah but the reason we upgraded from the old 50" ones we had was because my poor eyesight husband likes to play Xbox.
    We have very plain wooden furniture so even though the tellys dominate the space, because there is nothing around them, it doesn't look cluttered.


 

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