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The generations of consoles you're trying out on a CRT are definitely from an awkward period of time when it comes to output resolutions as opposed to what I'd consider the general experience.

 

Not much you can do without spending money on analogue to digital converters and tbh, most of them do a crap job of deinterlacing 480i.

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18 minutes ago, Rex Grossman said:

Anyone interested in taking this Ferguson Phillipe Starck-designed CRT off my hands? It’s been in my in-laws’ loft.

 

 

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Hey, whereabouts in the world are you?

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32 minutes ago, Rex Grossman said:

Anyone interested in taking this Ferguson Phillipe Starck-designed CRT off my hands? It’s been in my in-laws’ loft.

 

 

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Yep, location dependent. Loved my Ferguson CRTs back in the day. 

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We've been spending more time on the Wii and we're getting (re)used to the CRT image, it soon becomes something you stop thinking about and just enjoy the console. My son still hears a high pitched noise though, but this is literally the first CRT he's sat in front of so maybe TVs just did this and we were all used to it. Obviously, old man Stu can't hear it.

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