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Wow, TV's with no electronics!

Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by [email protected], Nov 27, 2008.

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  2. Phil Allison

    Phil Allison Guest


    ** Here is your prof (Sareth Perera) :

    http://misprd.uow.edu.au/ris_public...AA5E03F6FAF1C1CC9EA40FAAF83?id=10152&group=60

    All his interest and experience is in Electrical Power Engineering.

    It is very likely the Sri Lankan born prof has been misquoted by the female
    journo.

    Nearly all 50 year old TV sets had iron core transformers and valve
    rectifiers in the PSUs - which are very resistant to damage from
    lightning strikes.




    ...... Phil
     
  3. Yup. I've been misquoted *every* time I've contributed to a journo.
    They seem to excel at it.

    Dave.
     
  4. Jeßus

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  5. kreed

    kreed Guest

    its possible though not really practical,

    Run a really really long continuous loop of film from studio - home to
    home, and project from it. Only needs a bulb and electric motor (or
    hand crank it if you want to be a greenie) - no electronics :). You
    could even have some &*^% like Conroy sitting outside the studio with
    scissors and sticky tape, just in case some anti Labor or non-PC stuff
    happened to come past :)

    Think of the good side though, if you wanted to go to bed early and
    wanted to know how the soapie ended, just ring someone closer to the
    studio :)


    bloody big long fibre optic running back to the studio - and much
    brighter studio lighting perhaps ??
    look down the end of the fibre and watch everything - without
    electronics :)
     
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