Stationary Control

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14 Responses to Stationary Control

  1. Mary Jaeger says:

    AND! If you have children you can get them to control the channels and volume at your will.

  2. BlindOracle says:

    It’s also Step 1 of P90X programme. Hop to it!

  3. willwot says:

    The primitives were so lucky not to have to search everywhere for their control. Is this one of the good things that will happen during the end of days?

  4. Wildbird says:

    And when DONT TOUCH THAT DIAL had real meaning to it

  5. Ant says:

    But it requires moving around!

  6. RogerR says:

    I’m old enough to remember these (we bought our first black-and-white 425-line TV, choice of 2 channels – BBC or ITV – when I was about 9 years old). Amazing the dross you would sit through after Christmas dinner, rather than drag yourself out of the chair to change the channel…

  7. willwot says:

    but it is missing its rabbit ears

  8. Howard says:

    This is what I want. I don’t watch TV very often, but I lost my remote over a year ago, and now I have to reach behind the set for unlabeled buttons to change channels or volume.

  9. Jan Hunt says:

    I remember these TVs and miss them! Our current TV remote is so complicated I have to ask my computer technician son to change the settings!

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