General Electric Portacolor photographed November 28, 2011 Note the saw tooth jaggies, on left hand side as well as severe over scan. This television measures 39 1/8″ W x 25 5/8″ H x 23 7/8″ D and weighs a back breaking 195 Lbs. After learning that the KV 7010UA would be available in Summer 1968, I went to a demonstration of the KV 7010UA and the KV 1210U, the only two Trinitron models available at the time, on display at Sony’s New York City show room. The CRYSTAL SERIES model shown below, available in several colors, sold for a whopping $3,600.00 dollars!
Sony KD 34XBR960 Screen Shot photographed April 15, 2013 Sony KD 34XBR960 Screen Shot photographed April 1, 2013 Sony KD 34XBR960 Screen Shot photographed April 1, 2013 My main viewing room television. Sony KV 1722 Trinitron photographed June 7, 2011 Sony KV 1722 Trinitron photographed June 7, 2011 Sony KV 1722 Trinitron Screen Shot photographed June 7, 2011 Sony KV 1722 Screen Shot photographed November 10, 2012 Update June 27, 2014 New screen shots from one of my daily viewers. The color coded control knobs should match the above photo of the KV 1210U. We searched over 4 years to find this replacement and happy to now have this set in the collection, acquired May, 2013. I will post screen shots after the set is repaired. The GE Porta Color had an additional distinction, being that Sony had considered licensing the CRT for it’s first color televisions. Sony KV 7010UA Screen Shot 1971 Sony KV 7010UA Screen Shot 1971 Original Sony KV 7010UA 4 color service manual, block diagrams, wave forms, etc. The respective dot positions result from moving each magnet interact. • Set Video Mode to: Standard (Reset) Perform the following adjustments while tracking.
Your equipment found a good home, we will be good stewards. This was my third Sony Trinitron television model KV 1720, purchased fall of 1970. 17 diagonal CRT and the largest Trinitron to date. Unfortunately, the first generation models suffered from poor resolution due to the large holes in the shadow mask. GE still used the conventional delta hole arrangement even though the CRT was now inline. The previous owner scratched “LL 45125” on the back of set which may be the serial number.