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I think this is a pretty important question since the question could easily become a personal statement in itself. I would say yes but only if I had a very large TV and I could drive to a remote location and pick up the TV and set it up myself. Otherwise, I’m not sure.
Sure the idea of a TV in your car is pretty creepy, but it’s probably not going to be an issue. As long as you’re not driving in your car to the store to buy new TV, you’ll probably be fine.
What I’m saying is that the fact that 50 inches is a pretty big TV and that you can drive to a remote location, should make you think that you will need a TV at home. If you are the type of person that is going to use a car as your only entertainment device at home, then that probably explains why you might need a large TV.
This is because, as I understand it, most people drive their TVs from home, but for reasons other than TV, they may not want to put it in a car to start with. There are numerous reasons why you would not want to drive, but this one is a pretty common one. The reason why is that there simply isn’t a whole lot of room in your car to store a home theater.
But a car is a pretty big box and just like a tv, it can be crammed with lots of stuff. It is also a very portable box, so it will generally be easier to squeeze in your car than your home theater. Of course, the smaller size of a car is also a factor. A TV can fit on the roof of most cars, and a car is a big box, so the car will generally be easier to fit in a smaller size car.
I actually think the size of a TV is a bit of a point. Most people are using TVs for just about everything and the smaller the screen, the better the resolution. But a smaller screen will make it harder to fit it in a car. An HDMI connection is usually enough to go through even if its smaller than a TV, but if the screen size is really small, then it will be even harder.
There’s also this: Some of the larger TVs in the US are over 50 inches in size. The difference between a 50 inch and a 60 inch is really important. Most people won’t notice the size difference unless they are really looking at them.
I have an older TV with an HDMI connection, and I can honestly say it looks as good as a 60 inch. The difference is small, but it really makes a big difference to the look of the picture.
If I had a small tv, I’d use an external screen like most people do with big TV’s. But then again, I doubt I would choose a 60 inch television over a 50 inch.
As it turns out, there are a ton of people who will choose a 60 inch over a 50 inch. There is just a larger size that will fit in a car, and an even larger size that will fit in a car and be more comfortable. I have a 50 inch tv and I still find it hard to watch movies. I have a 60 inch tv and I don’t have the problem.