I'm looking to replace my 34XBR960 soon. It still works but needs a calibration/registration. It has not been our primary television for several years now so I've not invested in a calibration.
Besides the calibration, the only real issue I've had with it is that for about the entire time I've owned it (I'm the original owner, so ~13 years), every once in a while it will just get stupid. It will power up but will not display a picture or sound. If I pull the plug for a couple of seconds and then reconnect it it comes on fine. I suspect it doesn't like noisy power.
Any ideas on how to dispose of it? I hate to just send it to an electronics recycler because it still has life left in it but not sure who would be interested in a CRT now given all the good flat screen options that exist now.
Plus I'm 90 minutes from a significant population center (Boston) so the likelihood of someone in this area picking it up are low and shipping this behemoth any distance is really not worth it.
Anybody know of a museum looking for a donation?