Yea, the smart tvs definitely give you a lot more watching choices. I have 2 tvs that are not smart, and they still play good, so I bought stand alone smart boxes and hooked them up to the tvs. The boxes were at walmart for 30.00 each, so the upgrades were cheaper for me, as my old tvs are still playing okay.
In our farmhouse I think it would require a major renovation project to install a modern tv. Our analog sets work just fine for us also. I just rescanned them Saturday because a local channel had changed its signal frequency. I got 66 channels with our antique antenna and rotor. Some are duplicate channels, but since their are two of us we can only watch two different channels at once. We should be good for awhile.
I recently bought a large 55-inch TV. It's much better than my old TV. A good TV necessarily needs a large and comfortable chair https://thebestreclinersreviews.com/ So I immediately bought a wonderful big chair for him. Now I can have a good rest after work.
Lots have happened since I was here as a regular member , but I thought I would stop by and say howdy. was looking at some of my old posts and it don't seem that long ago but time marches on, anyone remember the tractor shows in Ky?
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