• Is it ok to mount tvs on top of the fireplace?

    We’re thinking about changing the setting of our living room and are deciding on whether or not we should mount the tv above the fireplace. We have never used the fireplace so I don’t really think it would be an issue but I could be wrong. What do you guys think? Also the tv is quite big maybe around a 65 inch or so.
    We’re thinking about changing the setting of our living room and are deciding on whether or not we should mount the tv above the fireplace. We have never used the fireplace so I don’t really think it would be an issue but I could be wrong. What do you guys think? Also the tv is quite big maybe around a 65 inch or so.
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • Which TV is better, a full HD or a 4k?

    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Help idk where my tv remote is.?

    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Once the dish is installed does anything need to be done inside the house by professionals or can I take it from there?

    Just wondering how invasive a dish installation is. Whether they need to come inside or just on the roof/side of the building. Thanks!
    Just wondering how invasive a dish installation is. Whether they need to come inside or just on the roof/side of the building. Thanks!
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • I have a bush smart tv and it says I need to add channels but I don t know how to add them, answer it step by step please.?

    Best answer: You can update the entire channel listing, and that is the easiest way to add any channels you are missing. On a Bush smart TV remote control: press MENU select INSTALLATION select AUTOMATIC CHANNEL SCAN (there is a manual option but auto is easier) select AERIAL TYPE from the list offered (probably 'digital... show more
    Best answer: You can update the entire channel listing, and that is the easiest way to add any channels you are missing.

    On a Bush smart TV remote control:
    press MENU
    select INSTALLATION
    select AUTOMATIC CHANNEL SCAN (there is a manual option but auto is easier)
    select AERIAL TYPE from the list offered (probably 'digital aerial', even if you are still using an old aerial)
    select YES when prompted.
    It will take 5-10 minutes and will update your entire channel listing with what is currently available.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Difference between 24 led vs 30 led?

    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What dictates the size of TV that you buy?

    Best answer: I base my decisions on logical thought.

    Old style, 27 inches was as big as anyone should need or want.
    A widescreen model with height equal to the old 27 is enough now.

    But, of course, almost everyone thinks bigger is better.
    Best answer: I base my decisions on logical thought.

    Old style, 27 inches was as big as anyone should need or want.
    A widescreen model with height equal to the old 27 is enough now.

    But, of course, almost everyone thinks bigger is better.
    16 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Tv has just snow?

    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What is the difference between 1,500 Hz PCI GHz and 60 Hz GHz on the screen / which is better?

    I want to buy myself a TV in Germany but am not sure about the refresh rate between the 2 following TVs: - 43 inches 4K Ultra HD with 1.500 Hz PCI GHz refresh rate - 49 inches 4K Ultra HD with 60 Hz GHz refresh rate
    I want to buy myself a TV in Germany but am not sure about the refresh rate between the 2 following TVs: - 43 inches 4K Ultra HD with 1.500 Hz PCI GHz refresh rate - 49 inches 4K Ultra HD with 60 Hz GHz refresh rate
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why are people buying TCL and Hisense TV's over Sony or Samsung?

    Best answer: Good or bad, the choice is up to the purchaser.

    You and I have no right to criticize them
    even if their decisions make our stomachs hurt.
    Best answer: Good or bad, the choice is up to the purchaser.

    You and I have no right to criticize them
    even if their decisions make our stomachs hurt.
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How big is your TV, where do you put it?

    Best answer: 55". North wall of my living room.
    Best answer: 55". North wall of my living room.
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Am I the only one who loves CRT TV?

    Best answer: 1991 made zenith color tuber assembled in mejico still has like new vivid color,,using ch 3,disconnecting the chassis speaker w a digital converter,a rabbitears antenna on the window sill w a video line amp ( radio shack),an Rf modulator it runs vids & movies off wifi,w 17 speaker 5 audio receivers, you tube... show more
    Best answer: 1991 made zenith color tuber assembled in mejico
    still has like new vivid color,,using ch 3,disconnecting the chassis speaker
    w a digital converter,a rabbitears antenna on the window sill
    w a video line amp ( radio shack),an Rf modulator
    it runs vids & movies off wifi,w 17 speaker 5 audio receivers,
    you tube rock classical jazz concerts,a lot of entertainment off an 80 buck small laptop w a one/8th in stereo plug,a digital to analog vid converter
    takes a bit of fussin pluggin in this that,a theater system that shakes the bldg,pic with you tubes' magnifier plus the on board magnify settings clicky box. usually fills the screen,w no 2 inches cut off from the top or bottom.
    every so often I do have to remove the tube from the chassis,tweak a few pots to sharpen up the picture,adj balance of color,cost me 80 bucks 25 years ago
    if you want your 82 in 1200 dollar big screens you can keep them
    I like my widda 32 in color zenith tv,it lasts & lasts
    14 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Would you buy a vizio tv ?

    Best answer: Yes
    Best answer: Yes
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Do Salvation Army stores still sell CRT televisions?

    Best answer: CRT TVs are actually beginning to be rejected by thrift stores because there's so much supply and so little demand - pretty much the only people interested in CRTs are gamers who want the ideal vintage gaming experience. It's getting so bad that you can't sell them, you can't give them away, or, in... show more
    Best answer: CRT TVs are actually beginning to be rejected by thrift stores because there's so much supply and so little demand - pretty much the only people interested in CRTs are gamers who want the ideal vintage gaming experience. It's getting so bad that you can't sell them, you can't give them away, or, in some cases, you can't even tape a $5 bill to one and give it away for free. That's right, you can't sell a CRT for $-5.

    However, since there are so many of them, you're pretty likely to find one on a curb driving around your neighborhood. Try knocking and asking if you can have it.
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago