There were some direct view CRT's up into the 60"'s, maybe low 70"'s, at one point in time. My family used to sale Zenith, RCA, and Sharp (and later LG). 27" CRT's were by far and away the most popular size for the average home, by a long shot(90's). I even only had a 27" up until 2004 when I finally moved to HD. We sold 36" models, as well, and they were heavy. It took two of us to safely move a tabletop 36" set. I couldn't imagine moving a direct view CRT that was 60" or bigger.I just wish someone would bring back affordable plasmas .
Yeah your right Crt had the longest run of any technology I guess it’s good there extinct except for vintage gamers . I had no idea they produced so much heat !!
We’re there crt over 42” I thought only projector TVs got 50”+ yeah no one could move a 85” crt impossible without a bobcat haha
Some ps1 games upcomvert on PS3 but I have no ps2 capability . Slim PS3 router WiFi’s broken
Ultimate bass lover !! si ht15 dvc.
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I don't miss CRT's in the least. Some may get nostalgic and wax poetically about them, but they can't touch today's OLED's(neither can Plasma) in sheer picture performance or any other aspect. And I say that as someone who has been working in television production for well over 20 years and has seen some of the best CRT's that money can buy.