Ryan Gilliam calls his setup of having two 55-inch TVs next to each other with a 40-inch above them "the harbinger of human evolution," adding that he created the setup so he and his wife can watch different TVs at the same time. "There is no right time to tell someone your living room has three TVs," he says. "They always have questions, they give weird looks — depending on your job, they may even ask you to write about your whole 'TV situation.'" He adds: "The biggest issue with my TVs is actually the remotes. You can use any TCL remote on any TV, which is great, as I’m frequently losing at least two of our four. But it also means that turning the power on for one TV turns them all on. Or trying to navigate to Hulu moves every TV menu. I’ve figured out the perfect angle to nail only the top TV, and then I have to use my phone to control my own TV. This is something I live with and could probably solve through a third-party remote, but as we inch toward paradise, it’s also obnoxious."
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