I got a CRT TV to use in a retro gaming setup, and it was a living nightmare

As a lifetime gamer, I’ve recently been wanting to relive my childhood nostalgia, which has mostly included investing in a retro gaming setup.

I went all out and bought a PS1 (the incredibly tiny edition that’s still a looker aesthetically), a handful of games, and, most crucially, a 14-inch Bush

CRTs being such an antiquated display technology, why bother? After all, if all you need to do is plug a console into it,

TVs suffer from a lack of input for a SCART adaptor, which is the major source of video a technique for connecting older consoles to AV, such as the PS1 and N64.