TECH TREND: Do You Want My Old CRT TV? It Still Works Fine.

If you can hoist it off my broken legs, it’s yours!

An old CRT TV onthe sidewalk.
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TVs screens are getting bigger, but they’re also getting lighter. Add a nostalgic touch to your family room while freeing me to go to the ER! Reminiscent of Saturday morning cartoons, this goliath of a monitor conveys style. And a surprising amount of weight…

OLED screens have been raising the standard for resolution in the TV market since the late 2010s; The sharp detail may let you feel the thrill of the movies in your own home, but the buzzy black pixels of this Sony PVM-4300 deliver visuals that will make any AV nerd yell “Finally! I haven’t eaten in four days.”

The Sony PVM-4300 is packing Dolby Surround sound, lovingly installed by hand. Kids and Oldsters alike will delight in the crisp, clear detail. Such an example of 1990 engineering used to run you a bone splintering $40,000. (Seriously!) I’m offering it on a first-come, first-served basis to one lucky reader, please God.

We give this set an alarming 3/5 liters of blood left circulating in my body. Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

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Knockoff Andrew

Knockoff Andrew

Writer, fighter, philosopher. Needs a ride home. Pop culture, darker fiction, TV/film/games story analysis. You can call me Knockoff. Real name Wancha.