Gallery: Your Analog TV is Dead, Repurpose it into Something Fun!

 

Last week, millions of TV sets became obsolete, all due to the switch from analog to digital television. So, what does an eco-minded individual do with an old, ugly, lead and toxin filled box? Well, throwing it away is not an option! You could always recycle your old television — but that doesn’t quite do the trick, does it? What is a true green geek to do? Thanks to Make Magazine, we now have a few, very clever ideas for repurposing your defunct boob tube.

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4 Comments

  1. heifavepaibia May 31, 2011 at 11:52 pm

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  2. hikarius June 24, 2009 at 10:59 pm

    While those are clever uses for a BROKEN TV, Analog TVs are certainly not dead. As long as your TV still works it only requires an external tuner which cost very little to keep using it.

  3. ScottishDan June 24, 2009 at 5:07 pm

    Analog TVs most certainly are not dead – any set with an external tuner (which in the UK cost less than £20) is very much alive and kicking.

    Have to agree with previous post in that it’s stories like this that encourage people to dispose of their perfectly good and functional sets when all they need is an external box
    fail..

  4. Nokorola June 24, 2009 at 4:09 pm

    Or… you could just continue to use it so you don’t go buy a new TV and create more waste.

    anyone with standard Cable, a cable box, satellite tv, or a DTV tuner can still use their old TV, things like the title of this post are creating a plethora of unnecessary waste from discarded TV sets.

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