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I have 3 CRT TV sets that we need to get rid off. These would be great for old video game consoles and I wanted to give the Atariage community a chance to get them first. If you live on the North shore of Boston (Massachusetts) and are looking for a CRT TV for your video game collection this could be the chance are looking for. I am moving and we simply do not have the room to keep the TVs. The TVs all work, details below.

 

 

1] 20 inch MGA tv. This is an old TV that someone left behind at the location where we are moving. It is small and light weight. There are only two inputs: coax and a two-channel composite (has only video and single audio, like the original NES). I tested the coax and channel 3 looks perfect for gaming. The composite is messed up - maybe it just needs an adjustment, I don't know. But if you just want a simple TV that plays old Atari consoles, the coax input is all you need.

 

2] 32 inch Sony Trinitron SDTV.

This is my TV I have been using with my video game collection. I bought this a couple of years ago from Salvation Army for $20. It is a bit scuffed up but It works. It is heavy and I can not take it with me when I move. You'll need at least two people to carry it.

 

3] The cream of the crop. 32 inch Samsung HDTV 1080i in beautiful condition. This is taking up a large portion of a room we need at the location where we are moving to. While the screen is 32 inches, the bulk of this TV is bigger than the trinitron and is heavier. You'll need at least two people to carry it.

 

If you are interested in taking one, PM me. We would like them gone this weekend. We have junk dealers coming to take them away on Thursday morning if no one wants them.

 

 

 

 

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All 3 TV sets are 4:3 square CRT screens, none have HDMI. The Sony and Samsung have Coax, component and composite inputes

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Sorry to sound picky, but can you post the model number of that Sony? If it's a KV 32FV310 you have a gem.

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Sorry to sound picky, but can you post the model number of that Sony? If it's a KV 32FV310 you have a gem.

It's a kd-32fs170

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Thanks very much, it's a good TV for older games, about what I have now. If you post it on Craigslist with terms like retro gaming you can probably get $25 for it with no problem.

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