Reply to post: Requirements for selecting my next TV

2015: The year of MAD TV science, but who can keep up?


Requirements for selecting my next TV

1. Will it keep my kids quiet?

2. ....

Nah, that's it. I'm sure I'll enjoy all the bells, whistles, blacks, whites and dots but honestly, I could give a crap about them. They manufacturers are trying to create a marketplace out of thin air if you ask me. It really isn't that long ago that we were on CRT sets with PAL that lasted 7 - 10 years typically.

The way they are going now we need to buy a new set every three years or they go out of business. It's stupidity.

Okay for public displays and events and stuff like that I can see a market but again unless it is an event selling new technology features in other visual technology who even really notices this stuff unless someone is pointing it out to them.

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