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Old 16th Jan 2020, 12:35 pm   #21
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Default Re: Bush TV12/TV22 differences

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Originally Posted by Brigham View Post
Does the TV12 have a 5:4 aspect ratio? The one in the pic. (above) appears to.
(by the way... what's the Dr. Who connection?)
Yes, the TV12 is 5:4, but the TV24AM, TV22 and TV22A are 4:3.

4:3 was achieved by having a 'D' shaped cut out at each side of the tube mask and then zooming in the picture up to fit. This means the corners are cut off of course. If you put a working TV22 and TV12 side by side you can really see the difference in picture size.

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