Have you been looking at flat panel TVs, but don't have a couple of grand to spare? Who does in this economy? Thanks to technology working with the laws of supply and demand, flat panel TV prices have been dropping to something worth considering. In this article we'll give you a good-sized list of flat panel TVs that might leave you some money for popcorn. We'll also discuss what questions you should ask yourself as you consider your purchase.
After many a year of faithful and reliable service it is time once again to retire another device to the place where old circuits and vacuum tubes go off to die. That's right, the sad day has come on which your TV has gone to a better life. Now you have to take the time and energy to find yourself a brand new TV set, unless of course you just want to give up TV completely.
As a brief digression, giving up your TV as a summary gesture might be worth considering. When my TV died a few short months ago, I never bothered to replace it. Getting rid of the cable or satellite service and switching over to web-based TV can be a great option, both for saving your money and your time. It is probably not going to work for you if you are a channel flipper, as you will have no channels to flip through. Before you do this, however, just be sure that you are not running afoul of any contract clauses.
But we'll assume for the moment that you don't want to give up your TV. You like being able to watch TV on a big screen, or at least a bigger screen than the one offered by your computer. Then again, if you like to watch TV and DVDs at home with your friends and loved ones, it's a lot more comfortable for multiple people to sprawl on a couch than to scrunch around a computer monitor.
Now that you have to get a new TV, the idea of getting a flat panel screen has been floating around in your mind, teasing you with the options. You could mount it on that far wall where the other TV used to be, or you could put it in any number of other places. Really, you could put it just about any place where you find you have a bare bit of wall. Not that I would just go around putting it any old place, of course! You should at the very least find the beam in your wall before you mount it, otherwise it will come tumbling down to the ground the next time someone slams a door three rooms over.
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