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RCA 519436

Date: January 2002

AV Inputs: 2

Co-Axial Inputs: 1

Picture: 10/10

Design: 5/10

 

Origin: Took it from our old storage house and used it from 2013-2019 for cable. My very first long term CRT TV.

 

Notes: Fully adjustable picture, but a bit of a lame silver/grey design.

Rating: 9/10

 

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Insignia IS-TV040917

Date: August 2007

AV Inputs: 1

Co-Axial Inputs: 1

Picture: 10/10

Design: 7/10

 

Origin: Got it at Salvation Army for $7, thinking "Wow!! A whole TV for $7?!" It was then that I found my love for these things. Used it exclusively for my Sega Genesis for about a year, seated beside my Disney TV.

Rating: 9/10

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Disney DT1350-C

Date: April 2005

AV Inputs: 2

Co-Axial Inputs: 1

Picture: 10/10

Design: 10/10

Origin: Found it on someone's lawn beside a bigger CRT TV right before a big rainstorm, waiting to be taken.

 

Notes: Beautiful picture that can be adjusted in every way. Cute little sprites of Mickey and Donald pop up when changing channels or adjusting the picture. The absolute best TV I've ever had, found beside the road.

Rating: 10/10

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Emerson TC1369

Date: March 1991

AV Inputs: 0

Co-Axial Inputs: 1

Picture: 4/10

Design: 10/10

Origin: Sat up in my Grandparents's room for years and years, I finally decided to take it in when they were about to throw it out. Apparently it was my uncle's, who used it through high school and college.

 

Notes: Picture is very jaded, although I believe it can be adjusted with the remote (which I do not have). Great design though!

Rating: 5/10

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Durabrand DBTV502

Date: N/A

AV Inputs: 1

Co-Axial Inputs: 0

Picture: 6/10

Design: 8/10

Origin: Got it at Value Village, initially tested with the Jakk's Pacific Pinball plug n' play.

 

Notes: Surprisingly sharp picture despite being black and white, great sound too. Adjustable vertical and horizontal hold, and radio too. Pretty darn good for a tiny portable TV.

 

Rating: 8/10

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Sears SG22105652

Date: January 1992

AV Inputs: 1

Co-Axial Inputs: 1

Picture: 6/10

Design: 10/10

Origin: Got it at a flea market. Was originally $10, but we got it for free because the guy wanted it gone, the lack of a remote too.

Notes: No way to adjust the picture in the settings, which is unfortunate because the picture is a bit fuzzy and the blacks are muted. The design is incredible though, with the golden Sears logo, and at least it's not Co-Axial only.

Rating: 7/10

Durabrand DBTV

Date: June 2002

AV Inputs: 1

Co-Axial Inputs: 1

Picture: 10/10

Design: 7/10

Origin: Was going to get thrown out at our cottage house, took it right before it was too late.

 

Notes: My biggest TV, making it difficult to handle compared to the others.

Rating: 6/10

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Sony Trinitron KV-13TR14

Date: September 1990

AV Inputs: 0

Co-Axial Inputs: 1

Picture: 8/10

Design: 10/10

Origin: Sat in a general store in the middle of nowhere for years collecting dust, until I decided to take it in. Was originally $49.99, but they dropped it to $5 for me to get rid of it. Initially tested by playing The Incredible Crash Dummies on NES.

 

Notes: Great design, picture is okay of course. You can only adjust the saturation with the buttons, and strangely enough you turn it on and keep holding the button. A really cool TV overall, mainly because of it's origin and design.

Rating: 7/10

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Citizen JCTR154

Date: N/A

AV Inputs: 0

Co-Axial Inputs: 0

Picture: 2/10

Design: 10/10

Origin: Got it at Value Village and didn't realize it had no video input of any kind. Whoops.

 

Notes: Radio is pretty good!!!!!!! Can only get one channel from the antenna. Oo-wee.

Rating: 3/10

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Optimus ?????

Date: N/A

AV Inputs: 1

Co-Axial Inputs: 0

Picture: ?/10

Design: 10/10

Origin: Got it at Value Village while looking for a clock radio.

 

Notes: Sadly dead, seemed promising. Has the ability to switch between AV and antenna, along with adjustable brightness, contrast and vertical hold. Came with the screen protector too.

Rating: ?/10

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Toshiba MV13N3C

Date: December 2002

AV Inputs: 1

Co-Axial Inputs: 1

Picture: 10/10

Design: 10/10

Origin: After looking for a VCR TV, I finally found one on Kijiji. The guy came in with the TV in the back and his dog in the passengers seat, who walked overtop of him to see me. A tape of Shawshank Redemption was given with the TV as a surprise.

Rating: 10/10

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RCA E13344

Date: N/A

AV Inputs: 1

Co-Axial Inputs: 1

Picture: 10/10

Design: 9/10

Origin: Got it from a guy on Kijiji who claimed to personally know Clint Eastwood and Donald Trump. Huh.

Notes: Incredible design, although the RCA logo at the top is a bit tacky.

Rating: 10/10

 

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Sears SG22105652

Date: January 1992

AV Inputs: 2

Co-Axial Inputs: 1

Picture: 10/10

Design: 9/10

Origin: Got it from Facebook, probably the only time I've ever needed to use it. Promised my dad this will be the last TV I bring into the house.

Notes: Had to order in a remote to be able to use the RCA input. Other than that it's a great TV, with nice picture and a great design.

 

Rating: 7/10

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Total TVs: 13!