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    Biggest X'Eye fan. Ever. supersega's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by santefering View Post
    So I'm guessing you wouldn't recommend hooking up a PS3 to a CRT lol
    Unless its a nice Trinitron or Sony PVM, no. Lol
    Collection; Neo Geo CD, JVC X'Eye, Model 1 Genesis, Model 2 Genesis, 2 Japanese Saturns, 2 Game Gears in a few thousand pieces, 5 or 8 PS1s (don't judge), 1 PS1 DTL (TOOL, NOT a Yaroze), 1 Gamecube, 1 Wii, 1 Xbox 360, 2 Gameboy Advances, 1 3DS, 1 PS2 TEST that WORKS!!!

    Do I have a console addiction?

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    I use an 80's CRT TV when I play games in my basement, a flat screen TV when I play games in my brothers' room, and a small CRT TV when I play games in my room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubblegumspit View Post
    I use an 80's CRT TV when I play games in my basement, a flat screen TV when I play games in my brothers' room, and a small CRT TV when I play games in my room.
    What make CRTs? I'm just curious as I'm tempted to buy a second CRT so not all my retro consoles are hooked up to the same tv.lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by santefering View Post
    What make CRTs? I'm just curious as I'm tempted to buy a second CRT so not all my retro consoles are hooked up to the same tv.lol
    I'm not sure if you can buy CRT TVs in the store anymore. But you can get them on Amazon.com and Ebay.com for around $80 to $300.

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    In USA you can find free ones sitting on the side of the road when people upgrade to new TVs. Craiglist is a good place too.

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    CRT all the way for me when it comes to anything that doesn't have HDMI support.

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    I really wish I had the space for a CRT TV, since HD TVs really don't cut it for retro games- the cut scenes in Empire of Steel look particuarly awful. Sadly, there's nowhere I can really put one, so I'm a bit stuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awinnerwasyou View Post
    I really wish I had the space for a CRT TV, since HD TVs really don't cut it for retro games- the cut scenes in Empire of Steel look particuarly awful. Sadly, there's nowhere I can really put one, so I'm a bit stuck.
    What about a small screen CRT like a 15 inch? Mines quite big so does dominate my room a bit, but surely you'd be okay with a small?

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    image.jpgThis is the monster I use. Not the largest CRT but could do with 5-6 inches smaller.

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    Mine is a 27 inch screen. Downsized from a 32 due to size and weight. I miss my 32 now.

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