My Old TV

What is our definition of an “Old TV”?

Bigner TV Electronics considers any picture-tube TV (commonly referred to as a Cathode Ray Tube TV, or CRT) to be an “Old TV.” Think of this as “your Mom and Dad’s TV” — one with a big, deep back and wooden frame. Older televisions are generally either projection sets (meaning they are placed directly on the floor) or sit on a tabletop or stand.

Is your “Old TV” worth fixing?

Sometimes when your “Old TV” goes out, it’s just time to get a new television. But if the picture quality was good (in terms of color and brightness) before the television went out, it’s likely worth repairing.