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post #1 of 4 Old 12-03-2018, 09:58 PM - Thread Starter
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Out of these TVs, which one is the best and most practical?

Hi all, I'm thinking of buying or getting a free CRT TV. I can get a JVC AV-32320 for like 10 bucks, or I can even get a 32" JVC I-Art "flat screen" for free from someone else. I believe the curved, 32" AV-32320 is in pretty good condition. The I'art seems fine too, but it is from someone who is giving away several CRTs, including a Mitsubishi (I think it's a 32" also), and a few Sharp 27" crts. The 27" Sharp might be lighter and fit in the space I tend to use it in easier. I will be using it, ideally, about two to three feet away, but not more than that, on the edge of the corner of a table. The 32" TVs might be more cumbersome, and I don't know if being that close to a 32" tv will cause headaches or not. I know Sharp made "okay" CRT tvs... I had a small one years ago, and it was average at best. I think either JVC TV (I'm leaning towards the AV-32320), because I like the black frame/bezel and I think it will be a little lighter, too. I'm just afraid any 32" might be on the big side. Let me know if its better to just go with a 32" TV, or if I should downsize to a 27" CRT TV... then the real question is if the 27" Sharp will stand a chance in picture quality compared to a JVC CRT TV. Thanks, let me know what you guys think.
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I vote for neither.

Find a SONY with a super fine pitch tube. You can get these for free and/or very cheap too.

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Find a SONY with a super fine pitch tube. You can get it.
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Jvc i'arts are great sets.

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