Remember Them Old TV Sets That Looked Like a Piece of Furniture?

When I was a kid there was one television set in the house. It was a huge TV, but not the screen. The big screens came much later. Our first TV was a portable on a metal stand with wheels. The second one was like a piece of furniture. It had a wooden cabinet, and the flat surface on top was as big as a table. Mom used to decorate the top with a doily and a centerpiece. Then came the cable box that sat on top followed by a VCR. My visit to www.cable-tv.com/cable-one/austin-texas/ brought back a lot of these old television memories.

When our new DirecTV service was hooked up to our brand new 4K Ultra HD big screen television set I got into a conversation with the technician. He remembered the big TV sets that looked like furniture from years ago. They had the big picture tubes and had tubes inside instead of solid-state circuitry. Read More


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