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I was shocked to find out commercial grade Trinitrons came this small too. It blows my mind that it even has component inputs.kartmaster wrote:Wow. I didn't know they made Trinitrons in that size. I bet that thing looks magnificent in person.
Most people don't really buy crts unless it's some rare model. Maybe for you put it on the curb somebody will take it for free. That's how I got 1 of my crts.Cabanon wrote:i put my 27 inch toshiba for 5$ on local ad and no reply. i guess it's time to either smash it to death or just call the garbage truck. it's taking well needed place in my basement. I kept it for Duck Hunt only but I didnt play this game in over 10 years. My HDTV setup is doing a very good job with retro games and there's no point to keep this CRT.
I'm wondering if it's worth a couple more herniated discs in my back just to have a CRT that big.kartmaster wrote:@Grizz I have the 32" version of that same TV. It was a bear to move! I can't imagine the 37"!