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What's The Most You Would Spend On A TV?

What's The Most You Would Spend On A TV?

Right after our crash course in dangerously pricey gadgets, Sony showed off its shiny new HD televisions in Japan. The lineup includes 15 Bravia models, which I have a soft spot for, starting at 40-inches up to a glorious 70" Full HD LED-backlit LCD. While it's a series I've always coveted, I can't help but be shocked by the KDL-70X7000 70-incher that costs $34,836. The astronomical number got me to thinking, if money was no object and you wanted an amazing TV, where would you draw the line?
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Allytta Allytta 9 years
Leopardcc Leopardcc 9 years
Probably only up to $5000-$7000, maybe--that is a lot for a tv
Jennipoo Jennipoo 9 years
No more than 3000. A TV... or tuition?....
jc521 jc521 9 years
1,000 and it had to be pretty big (but not bulky) and fantastic for me to cough up that much... but i don't see myself buying a new tv anytime soon, me and my tv have a special thing going, i mean, why break up with something you are in love with? ha ha
almostloli almostloli 9 years
no more than $2500 i guess, its just TV, i don't spend most of my time in front of it
leigha926 leigha926 9 years
in theory, i'd spend no more than $2000, but since i just spent $1000 on law school applications, i can only shell out a couple hundred for the new tv i so desperately need.
PinkNC PinkNC 9 years
Depends on what I'd want it for, such as for a theater room, then it would have to be very large, and very costly. And of course I'd make it worth it in my surroundings.
Schaianne Schaianne 9 years
Hubby bought a 65 inch flat screen tv for $3200. =P I had a cow when I found out ... but I have to say, I enjoy watching movies on it!!
Jane26 Jane26 9 years
let's pay off my college education before i even THINK about getting some fancy tv. maybe 500 MAX..and even that is pushing it
wynter wynter 9 years
$2500 max...
gamesplayer gamesplayer 9 years
between 5 - 7 hundred quid. if i was a rich as j-lo then give me the biggest baddest widest plasma out there. just had my daydream and seen what i could afford..make that 200 lol still there's a few tvs with hd /lcd about for that My tv is so old the color is is button on the box !!!!!!!!!!!
crystalrnc crystalrnc 9 years
crystalrnc crystalrnc 9 years
hunnybunny hunnybunny 9 years
if money wasnt an issue i miiiiiiiiiiight pay up to 10000$. mayb if the tv came with a fridge washer dryer ipod laptop annnnnnnd maybe a time machine.. CCRAZZZY!! if u have that much money i think you should be helping out the needy not thinking of buying a 10-20-30-40000+ tv..
sway- sway- 9 years
We paid about $2,000 for out 65 inch flat screen. Aside from our dogs, it's our baby.
Adrianne Adrianne 9 years
My family's tv is ancient: from 1987. The year I was born. Yes! So I don't think I would ever pay for a tv that's more than $1000! I think I'd hold out until Black Friday for some awesome deals on tvs.
MDF20 MDF20 9 years
I paid 1200 for my TV. If I'm willing to pay more than 2k for a television then something is seriously wrong with my social life.
piesecki piesecki 9 years
£500 maybe, but probably more like £250 ($500). For me I really don't see the point in spending much more - I don't need a huge one... Now if we were talking how much I'd spend on a computer, that's a different story!
redsugar redsugar 9 years
Are you kidding me! Who can afford to buy a $10,000 tv?
koolbr33z3 koolbr33z3 9 years
No more than $3000 for me. I didn't even knew TVs went into the 5 figures.
spazzydana spazzydana 9 years
I'd pay up to a million if i had won the lottery
kelsee kelsee 9 years
I'm in the process of a media room, we plan on spending around 15,000.
brokeinthecity brokeinthecity 9 years
You've got to be kidding me. $10,000 was the lowest number for a TV? That's half way to a decent down payment on a HOME $2k at the most I think. And it better be a damn good TV at that :) Fabulously Broke in the City
brokeinthecity brokeinthecity 9 years
You've got to be kidding me. $10,000 was the lowest number for a TV? That's half way to a decent down payment on a HOME$2k at the most I think. And it better be a damn good TV at that :)Fabulously Broke in the City
shini shini 9 years
me too 1,000~2,000...its only a TV...of course unless I'm studying film or media marketing and I needed a cool tv...but for entertainment use, I dunno.
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