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Is there a place in the world where they sell brand new televisions of square screen 4:3 aspect ratio of 43". or is there a place in the world where they custom make a television for you ebay and google did not help.

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Unfortunately no. 4:3 would not be available in sets with screens larger than 40". Only non-HD tvs of lower screen sizes would have an aspect ratio of 4:3. For example see the one at the link below
http://www.amazon.com/Go-Video-TA2050-20-LCD/dp/B000AMO784
And sorry, there is no place in the world where they make tvs with custom specs.

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