The End of Analogue TV

There was loads of commotion going on and quite a few people there, some eating and some involved in general chit chat. I was quite excited and perhaps a little confused but I definitely loved being very close to it, it was loud and exciting!

I am not talking about a rock band here, I am talking about one of my very earliest memories I have as a child. It was when my family got hold of a brand new TV. TV for most of it’s history so far has been in the box format with analogue signal.

Yesterday my family finally upgraded our last analogue TV to a digital one. We’ve already had a digital TV in the lounge for some years so the kitchen TV was on it’s last legs because of the Digital Switch-over in the UK.

A somewhat nostalgic moment perhaps but definetely a step forward. That 14″ old cube like TV was a bit ugly in the kitchen and the new flat screen is crisp, clear and fits in well.

One last issue though, there’s still hardly anything good on the telly so best to keep it off most of the time and chat with family and friends instead 😉

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