That's exactly what happened when I put Toshiba PB9929 on it, can't get full vertical size.If you put the Tosh PF chassis on the PFX tube, you will likely not get full vertical size.
Yes, the Flat tubes I’ve found have a different depth and they won’t work.AFAIK, the only source for suitable MS9 tube swaps are from other arcade monitors. I haven't found a suitable donor for an MS9 from a consumer TV. And I have done lots and lots of searching.
That tube you have might work for a Blast City however.
Nope. My NNC tubes are beautiful. Plus I have two spares from racing cabs .
I know you can find the tubes from Wangnam racing cabs. Wagnam 1 comes with Sanwa 2931ES monitors. Wangnam 2 comes with Sanwa PFX tubes with Novell tubes.
But yeah, there should be more 27" flat panel 4x3 TV's out there. But no idea what your chances of success are going to be. @Hedonism Bot 2.0 has put some effort into the same endeavor for the NNC without luck.
so. my friend bought a TV with PICTURE TUBE, A68LTF356X, 27VPFV2, 104° deflection DEFLECTION YOKE TDY-629SA.Hi. I found 3x Toshiba 100 Hz HD CRT with:
1. PICTURE TUBE, A68LTF356X, 27VPFV2, 104° deflection DEFLECTION YOKE TDY-629SA.
2. PICTURE TUBE, A68LTF356X, 27VPFV2, 106° deflection DEFLECTION YOKE TDY-629SA.
3. PICTURE TUBE, M68LWM356X, 27VPFRACSEMIFINE, 104° deflection, DEFLECTION YOKE, TDY8296A
My friend has Toshiba D29CQ51, PB9929 Chassis with burn-in A68LTF356X:
Сan he swap his crt tube to another from HD CRT? His crt tube has no problems other than burn-in.
Is it necessary to replace yoke?
Crt tube with what deflection to choose? Сan anyone tell me what is the value of the original crt tube?
I also found a lot of HD CRT with A68LZU185X - will they fit?
So: horizontally this is the maximum setting, vertically - can be stretched to fit the screen, but it was set up to make picture 4x3.Horizontal and vertical sizes maxed? You're using the original TV yoke?
sorry, can you tell me how to measure the impedance. impedance is inductance? I found how to measure resistance in ohm but I don't understand how to measure what you are asking. the first time we encounter this. I'm not exactly sure yet, but the tools on hand will be an ordinary multimeter.You would need to measure the yoke. I guess the TV yoke has a higher horizontal impedance than the original PF one.