Basically, I had to move a few months ago and wasn't able to bring my behemoth CRT that I was previously using. I've been trying to find a good replacement CRT that's not too big, and has great image quality. I've bought numerous TVs and they all have the same issue. I'm sick of wasting money on the damn things, so maybe someone more knowledgeable than I am with CRTs could help me find a solution.
I believe the term for my problem is called "speed bumps", where an image moving across the screen kind of goes in and out like a wave. It almost seems like the screen compresses in the middle, and when the image moves, it expands on the left and right sides. This makes playing 2d games like Mario or Sonic almost unplayable, or at the very least, it adds a distraction that shouldn't be there. And considering I'm using the CRT mainly to play retro 2d games, that's really a problem.
I've tried using the service menu to fix the issue, but so far no luck. Of course, it doesn't help when 85% of the menu is a bunch of abbreviations I don't understand, so maybe the setting is there and I've yet to find it.
Does anyone have any advice? Is this even fixable, or should I just give up?