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Posted 02 September 2009 - 05:10 PM
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Posted 03 September 2009 - 05:56 AM
Ya, it is a 32" CRT Sony - probably about 15 yrs. old (I know, a dinosaur!)
Just bear in mind that if your TV is a CRT (the big kind that have been around forever) instead of an LCD or plasma that the resolution may make things look all fuzzy and hard to read when viewing computer stuff on it.
Posted 03 September 2009 - 10:00 AM
Before I invest any amount of $$$, I am wondering if it is actually worth doing? In other words, will I get good results, or is the video signal going to be "mediocre"? I don't plan on viewing pc stuff on it, as far as text goes really, but I don't want the tv shows/movies to be all fuzzy/pixelated either.
I had connected my PC to an old CRT TV just for fun. After playing around for a day, disconnected it. Actually the DPI of CRT TV screen is much less than that of a computer screen, so you cannot really use it for working/reading text.
Have you guys actually done this?
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