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Old 24th Feb 2017, 12:54 am   #1
Grubhead
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Default Splitting TV and Video

I am just wondering if you have considered splitting the TV and Video section into two?
I do realise that it might not be possible to do, due to the forum software. And of course it would require the threads to be moved to the different sections if you did split it. Which would be a big task.

But I do think it would benefit it. Since like many people I wouldn't touch a TV with a 25KV EHT. So wading through threads on old TV's, especially when you can't be certain if the thread is about a video or TV, is a small pain

Most video problems too tend to be mechanical problems which is often more interesting than TV faults. But TV buffs also might like their own section.
It might even encourage new people to join. You never know
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Old 24th Feb 2017, 8:15 pm   #2
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Default Re: Splitting TV and Video

It's a thought. It would take the mods a lot of time to separate it all but once it is done, it should look after itself.

I like the idea...
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