kinescope kinescope


  • (n) a cathode-ray tube in a television receiver; translates the received signal into a picture on a luminescent screen



  1. We feel sure that a tricolored kinescope of this kind marks the beginning of color television in the home.
  2. And for better quality, they insisted on shooting on film, rather than doing it live and recording on kinescope.
  3. Too valuable for any kind of hasty action, the kinescope films taken directly from the tubes were put in a refrigerator for safe storage.
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