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GONE: Working 32" JVC television in North Wales, PA

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I'm upgrading to a flat panel in the family room, and I want this GONE.

It's yours for the showing up and helping me to carry it out to your car.


The TV does work, but of course having been made before HDMI was common or

digital television was the law of the land, it's mostly useful for retro

projects.


It's also a bit on the heavy side.


JVC AV-32F703 32" CRT television

Manufactured around November 2002

Original remote included


Note that manual covers several models - this is the 703.


Multiple Inputs:

VHF/UHF RF input (old NTSC video standard)

Input 1 - Rear Panel, L/R Audio + Composite Video or S-Video

Input 2 - Rear Panel, L/R Audio + Composite Video or Component Video

Input 3 - Front panel, L/R Audio + Composite Video

Edited by mhkohne

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EDIT: Oops... I see the location in the title... I should wake up before I post :)

 

Free bump for a free tv!

Edited by ClassicGMR

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Welcome to AA!

 

OP is a long time member of KLOV arcade forum and when nobody took him up on the free TV there I recommended it might be useful for retro gaming and someone here might be interested.

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141 lbs.

 

I thought my Sylvania was 130-something. That was a fun trip upstairs alone. Even at that, it was worth the effort to have a CRT to play on.

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141 lbs.

 

I thought my Sylvania was 130-something. That was a fun trip upstairs alone. Even at that, it was worth the effort to have a CRT to play on.

 

I'm quite fond of the CRTs myself, but for the retro stuff I have a 19" that's lots easier to move around.

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