Originally Posted by Michael P 2341
If it's described as a "monitor" chances are there is no tuner.
Why bother with this HD CRT when superior HD screens are available at reasonable prices (not to mention much lighter - those HD CRT's weigh a ton).
The description claims it has a Tuner, & I'm assuming it's a ASTC, since that was it's predecessor had, no mention of an analog tuner on that one. It did have an antenna jack too, though since my eyesight is shot I couldn't read the details on the back.
It was $50, though more in my price range I still can't lift it, it was an unusual looking set a wide screen CRT with a parabolic tube, no projection for the picture tube in the rear, a metal cabinet, & this one had handles though so if I could get a second person to help I a lot easier to move. No, I wouldn't buy this I really need something I can move myself. Really I was curious on this sets history & manufacturer.
Still sitting looking at my cantankerous Sony, last night it only took 16 minutes to get the picture on it!!,
perhaps it's getting well!
Edit .. my bad it says it has a tv tuner presence, but nothing by the tuner, though it did have a rf input, perhaps not the exact model, this was the closest I could find & looks like it.