- PhilomelLv 74 weeks ago
Mine was several dollars back in 53.
- ANDRE LLv 74 weeks ago
At present, nothing.
The last TV we bought was a 22 inch set for the kitchen for $80.
Our most expensive one was about $1,500 for a 55 inch LG 3D set.
- Will.Lv 51 month ago
Eighteen months ago I bought my first flat screen TV for £150, and it is working fine.
- Anonymous1 month ago
I spent £250 on a nice 50" widescreen with thin bezels a few years ago. It still works fine so I don't need a new one thanks any way.
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- FLv 61 month ago
The first new TV I bought was a 21” square one that cost about £300 in 1990. Then in 1997 I got a 26” square TV that also cost £300. In 2003 I got a 28” widescreen for £300, then in 2008 got a 32” LCD for, yes £300, then a 40” smart tv in 2014 for £300 and just recently a 50” for guess £300.
Every one has been better than the last in terms of features and picture quality.
- RichardLv 61 month ago
- robertoLv 61 month ago
80 bucks,,1996 money,, I bought a used zenith color tube tv and a fridge for 80 bucks,delivered and brought into the house tv has a like new pic,w a converter and antenna amp i plus rabbit ears on the window ledge it works nicely. see space is missing if you are disinclined to fork over 700 bucks to a corpsoration,, old is gold
muy cheeo too
- spacemissingLv 71 month ago
at least as far as a continuous cycle of sets is concerned. I bought a 27 inch CRT TV new in 1996 ($695), and a nice used 18.5 inch LCD model at a garage sale in 2018 ($7.50).
- BaraccoliLv 41 month ago
I haven't bought a new tv in 10 years. Still pretty happy with my 52".
- 1 month ago
The Plasma T.V we bought back in 2008 still works. Back then we paid a lot of money for it, but have not had any issues or had to replace it. Our friend said the reason TV manufactures quit making plasma because they last too long and were hurting sales. Anyways it was around $1000 if I remember correctly.