I have been a Sony wega flat CRT guy for years and years until @SNK-NEO-GEO recommended the D Series…I like the bubble screen right now…more “arcadey”….definitely not as sharp as the wega but beautiful picture nonetheless.I had that same JVC in that same size. I ended up getting rid of it and got a 27in JVC iART. Lifting that thing was brutal.
I am with Santa. Got a couple of these PDP’s and they are lovely.
Sometimes good things come in small packagesBefore I swam across the sea I was using a PVM-14M4U, an 800-line model. Absolutely loved it. I always sit somewhat close, so the small size didn't bother me and it was easy to move. I owned a BVM-20F1U in the past, and I preferred the PVM. It had more inputs plus a built-in speaker for those times I didn't feel like firing up the old Fisher stereo on the bottom shelf. Would love to get a hold of a 14M4J for over here one day.
Edit: Just noticed you are looking for a bigger one. Your poor back :p
I think I had that same one too! I bought it for a school project, then my wife used it for playing Momotaro Dentetsu for a while, then I sold it to another guy who needed it for a school project. Wouldn't mind getting another one of those too, but I think I've pushed my luck about as far it can go in terms of storage.Sometimes good things come in small packages
I would agree. PVMs are a little excessive if you have a good quality consumer CRT that can take RGB SCART or component, (S-Video on consumer CRTs looks fantastic and should not be discounted). PVMs are good at displaying those thick/dark scanlines but that Is not something driven by nostalgia since consumer CRTs don’t have that.Euro guys, any random, decently sized consumer CRT will do fine as you have this amazing thing called SCART that supports RGB. Use it.
US guys, the same but with component inputs. It's practically the same, don't sweat it.