One of our old ones was the dual knobs. 1-12 and UHF. 2nd knob 13 and up. I forget how high that one went.
We had one too. It was at the end of the couch so I could lay on it and change the channels using my toes
We did not have TV in the mid 70’s in Africa. When they did start, it was B&W only, and one channel. I remember going around to my friends house to see it.
We would sit around the radio in the evenings…
When I started dating hubs he didn’t have one. (By choice.) We never missed it. Did a lot of talking and getting to know each other.
bad ass thanks for the drop
In the early-'50s in Hawaii, the first tv in the neighborhood was owned by the wealthiest family there There was a wall and a road but I never saw the house, much less the TV. There was a lot of talk about it though.
The first TV I saw was a few years later in Illinois when we were invited to a friend’s house. It was a very big deal. It was a while later we got a big one and got a “portable” as a going-away present moving to Tucson as I went to 4th grade. I was still watching that as my main tv through college.
AWESOME DESIGN!!! I really love this.
You are welcome.hope you enjoy it.
Funny your first TV was in Illinois. That is where I am. I too
It was about the new1970s when we got one and it was black and white with two knobs. But I also remember listening to the radio more than I watched the TV
That is Awesome, thank you for sharing. I love seeing how others make things better!