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    Quote Originally Posted by Midwinter View Post
    Mine is a 27 inch screen. Downsized from a 32 due to size and weight. I miss my 32 now.
    32inch CRT! That must have weighed a ton!

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    image.jpgFor those younger people who may not understand why CRT t.vs take up space... This is the back of it. And yes it's very heavy. I was sweating bringing it up 3 floors.lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by santefering View Post
    32inch CRT! That must have weighed a ton!
    Yes. I consider myself to be somewhat strong and it took help lugging this thing around. I can handle my 27 inch on my own although it is pretty heavy too.

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    ゲームギアがすきです! Buta's Avatar
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    I don't think there are any CRT in my house now. Most consoles I own either have a built in screen or work fine on a modern telly. If ever get desperate, probably have my old PC monitor to fall back on.

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    Don't even have enough room for a small one, sadly. It kind of sucks.

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