cmwade77 wrote:IssacZachary wrote:I wish there were a company that sold CRT televisions with RGB ports in the USA.
I don't know which is more dangerous. Me modifying my television to accept an RGB signal or me modifying the traction battery on my Leaf.
There are LED TVs that will accept RGB signals, but good luck even finding a CRT TV in the U.S., even at a thrift store these days.
If low-price stores like K-Mart and Walmart are any indication, the cheapest TV's you can buy are all at least 720p, and no CRT's at all. With flat panels being dirt cheap now, it would actually cost more money to stock CRT's simply due to their weight and bulk. You can fit a lot more flat panel TV's into a multi-modal shipping container than CRT's.
Oh and modifying the TV is probably more dangerous.
There are inexpensive adapters that let you plug old RGB devices into HDMI ports if you really need to.