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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by B_Marius567, Nov 12, 2011.
anyone still watching tv on a crt set?
I been watching tv on a hdtv set for 8 years now.
lucky you i just got a 60" set I love it
Yep still watching TV on a big Zenith crt set that my grandad bought new 20 years ago.
When I needed to get rid of my last CRT TV about four years ago, despite it being in perfect condition and my willingness to give it away, there were no takers. It went to the junk man.
Me. I have a 27" crt set.
He who dies most depressed Wins!
still got the 14" tv I bought when I was 13. bought it with the money I saved delivering newspapers. it still works so never replaced it. guess it is 22 years old now.
I have a LCD TV and a CRT. I watch 90% on the CRT
When my 22" Sony trinitron broke down I got a 28" wide-screen Sony WEGA set for free from a local woman on Freecycle. I'm very pleased with it.
In my house in Canada we still have the 19" Sanyo I bought in 1980. I watched last winter and it still works.
Yep. Sony Trinitron circa 1975.
Me. Still have a 27" CRT in the living room and a 19" in my bedroom. They still work, why replace them? I am not about to dump stuff just because it's not bleeding edge technology. When they wear out/die then I'll upgrade. I don't watch that much TV anyway.
I still have my old CRT tv. I'm rarely home, so I really don't need anything else. 90% of the time, I use it to watch DVD's.
I Still have Two 26 inchers (WS + 4:3)
I have a Aiwa crt stereo tv in my computer room. The picture and sound are amazing. I also have 2 LCD tvs. One for the bedroom and one for the living room. I have 3 crt monitors and one LCD monitor for my computers. I prefer the crt on all. The picture quality is better and easier to keep clean.
Yup. The one in my bedroom is CRT. The one in the family room is a big LCD. I'll keep both until they die!
Watch T.V. on a WHAT?!?!
i have the back of my old crt tv open, and the coax line slpiced right into the tv, haha
Still crt here. Don't watch that much tv anyway.