Here's a page to demonstrate happenings in the Fall and Winter of 2005/2006 for this over half-century-old vintage color television set.
Sesame Street on a CT-100
Seventy-five percent saturated red, green, and blue NTSC to both sets.
Over-the-air black-and-white on a CT-100.
Another OTA side-by-side NTSC comparison.
NEXT A cable-ready CT_100?
The KRK-12C tuner in a CT-100 has 16 positions. The extra four were provided for the then two-year-old UHF band.
Cable channel 78 is a few megacycles from over-the-air UHF channel 25.
Seen here on December 26, 2005, cable channel 78 is being received using a slightly retuned UHF turret tuner strip.
Below, the CT-100 in subdued daylight.
Dear-to-the-hearts of vintage color television buffs, it's a Rose Bowl Parade on a CT-100. 2006 was the wettest since 1955.
A week-long October storm blew my rooftop antenna 90 degrees CCW and threatened a 21-in. roundie in the basement...
To-be-restored CTC-10 was high enough in the flooded basement to escape water damage.
My favorite flood-shot of the lake in front of my apartment...
Next here's another shot of the first RCA high-definition digital (1998) TV and the first RCA color TV (analog CT-100, 1954) displaying over-the-air color bars using an after-the-storm repositioned rooftop antenna seen askew above.
And finally, this extreme close-up showing over 500 of the 585,000 glowing red, green, and blue phosphor dots in a 15GP22.