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I have a vintage Pioneer projection TV, circa 1981-1983,

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I have a vintage Pioneer projection TV, circa 1981-1983, when it still had colored lights in the front. I even have the manual. Is it worth anything, or should I send it to the dump? It works, but someone smarter than I would have to figure out how to make it sync with the new types of TV reception.Where might I sell it, if it is collectible.

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If this tv still has a decent picture then all that would be needed would be an external digital to analog tv converter or cable /satellite box .

As far as selling it i would say locally through craig list , classified adds or even ebay but don`t expect much for it and if you are in a hurry to get rid of it then the sledghammer and boxes would be the way to go

You may even have local recycling center that would pick it up

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Customer: replied 6 months ago.
OK, thanks. It is such a conversation starter down in the rec room that I thought they might be collectible. It is on its way out.

thank you