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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Triforceofcourage, Feb 12, 2007.
edit: keep in mind they're a bitch to carry on your own cause the weight is so unevenly distributed.
my JVC I'Art 27" weighs approx. 95 lbs
< 100 lbs. Put the screen against your chest and they're easy to move.
I've moved my 27" CRT all over by myself. I figure it weighs about 90lbs. I find that the curved screens are much lighter than the flat screens though.
The PDF for my 25" CRT says 60lbs FWIW.
Mine's something like ~120lbs, but it's a Sony Wega.
Same here. Heavy little bugger to get up two flights of stairs.
Depends on if it is a flat tube or not. Those flat glass panels are bricks. A 27" fishbowl tube is probably around 60-70 pounds. The flat tube ones can easily go over 100 pounds as others mentioned.
It was everything that I could do to get my 27" Toshiba flat screen up on a 5 tall dresser. I could easily perform that same task with an older 27" fishbowl Samsung TV.
i think my 30" weighs about 115 lbs.
My 27" Samsung is 96LBs.
i have a 36inch one (though it stoped working last month) and it weighs a ton.
gotta find someone to take it to the dump for me heh
oh man last weekend a friend and i moved a 36" flat wega. heaviest tv i ever moved
Depends on when it was made. If it is an really old one, it would have all glass tube and those are REALLY heavy. More recent ones (say under 15 year old) have plastic back so they shaved a lot of weight (probably around 40%).
samsung 27 edtv that i have is about 90 or so. had to get the neighbor to help me put it on the tv stand which is 4 feet tall.
pick it up with the screen facing you and a 27" CRT is easy to handle.
My 26" widescreen is about 105 lbs.
Yeah our Sony Wega 36" weighs in at 300 Ibs. :shocked:
It doesn't get moved often