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Monday, July 02, 2007
Things To Know Before You Buy Your Next CRT TV

Considered obsolete by some, the Cathode Ray Tube TV is what most of us grew up with. It is the television set with the old picture tube. Many still prefer this type of television set. Here are some tips to help you make a wise decision when you buy your next set.

1) Novelty – As said before, CRT TVs are considered by so many people to be obsolete. Since this is the case, why don't you just ride on the concept and find the most outrageous CRT TV you can find. Try to find one of those CRT TVs which are very small in size. Find a huge CRT TV. Find one with buttons which few folks know their function. Of course, buying for the sake of novelty can be quite fun, but it isn't exactly going to have you end up with something that's at least close to the flat screens of today.

2) Look for surplus shops – If you want to get a huge discount on a CRT TV set, then you should probably go to a surplus shop. A surplus shop is where excess production and stocked products are sold. You will be able to find a CRT TV set from them at a low price because these are surplus products.

Looking for a surplus shop is not really hard. Look for a place that has plenty of the same stuff about, and you're there. Another place in your area you might want to gather some information is the open surplus shops. This'll help you save a huge amount of time and gas money.

You should always try and negotiate for the CRT TV in order to get a discount. Negotiation should be quite easy since a lot of stores like this are selling old-school CRT TV merely to get rid of their old stock and make room for flat screens.

You should be very careful when negotiating, though, as some store owners will more likely try to scam you face to face. You need to learn how to discern the true value of a CRT TV set before you make your initial offer. It will assist you in learning how honest is the dealer. You should definitely make sure that you know when to walk away and when to jump in at a deal.

4) Look for technology – Just because you are buying CRT TV sets do not mean you have to settle for old technology. People have not stopped developing CRT TV sets just because of the demand of flat screen TVs. You can find CRT TVs that are near the quality of the standard flat screens.

By following these few tips, you should be able to make sure that you are not wasting your cash on an extinct dinosaur of an appliance. Rather, you will be investing your money on something you can truly use.

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