I understand what you're saying. Makes sense. I guess I assumed the $135 tv was the main tv but to stream stuff on it's probably not bad at all.
TVs have gotten so much cheaper in the past 5-10 years. My main TV is a Sony reaer projection 69 inch HD TV that cost me $2k+ about 8-9 years ago. Still works well and has a good picture but it’s old outdated technology.
On Black Friday I bought a 32 inch Roku HD TV for 150$ For the bedroom. Pretty low end, off brand, 720p but you know what? It looks great! It works awesome for when the wife and I want to lay in bed and stream TV. I wouldn’t use it as my main movie/gaming TV but for strictly watching TV in the bedroom it’s perfect.
Now the main bad boy needs to be replaced and ultra had 4K is getting cheaper and cheaper. I’ve seen 55 inch ultra had TVs for under 1,000.
So yeah your money goes a lot farther these days with TVs and while I wouldn’t say 135$ TV is going to be the best picture quality available, for a person on a budget, it’s going to be fine and the quality is better than you might think.
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