How many watts does a 36" CRT TV use?

Discussion in 'Audio/Video & Home Theater' started by tjaisv, Nov 17, 2009.

  1. tjaisv

    tjaisv Golden Member

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    Just wondering how many watts my 36" Sony CRT TV draws (model KV-36XBR200). Don't have the manual and can't seem to find the answer anywhere on google. I just need a close ballpark figure.

    So, i thought maybe somebody here might know! THanks
     
    #1 tjaisv, Nov 17, 2009
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  3. BlahBlahYouToo

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    i don't have the exact number but it was less than my 42" plasma, by a decent amount.
    my plasma is about 200-300w iirc.
     
  4. YOyoYOhowsDAjello

    YOyoYOhowsDAjello Moderator<br>A/V & Home Theater<br>Elite member

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  5. vshah

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    fyi it should have the same information on the panel at the back
     
  6. tjaisv

    tjaisv Golden Member

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    excellent, thanks guys
     
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    And now ends the most boring thread, ever. ;)
     
  8. 0roo0roo

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    well plasma rating is max output which is misleading. its highly variable based on whats on screen, its max output is only when you get a full white screen. normally it uses less. its not like an lcd where the backlight is constantly on.