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How big of a BIG SCREEN? Y ou want a big screen. But how big? Are we talking about movie nights at home with your spouse? Or do you want to bring the whole gang together to cheer towering home runs or ooh and ahh over the latest blockbuster? We can help you decide if a TV is the way to go, or if it's time to take the plunge and get a projector system. BY ERIC ANGEVINE How big is big enough? What's the most important factor when deciding between a TV and projector? Screen size. TVs like the Sony shown here are great for screen sizes up to 80 inches. But if you want something bigger, you're likely going to have to get a projector. You also typically get more screen size for your dollar with a projector, so keep that in mind as you shop. CrutchReld writer Eric showing o TV and projector screen sizes (images shown to scale). Sony's latest, greatest TV If a TV is what you're looking for, you can't get better than this state-of-the-art 4K set from Sony. The picture quality is their best ever thanks to Sony's breakthrough backlight technology. Plus, Smart features put access to your favorite content right at your fingertips. 65" Sony XBR-65Z9D 4K Ultra HD TV #15865XZ9D $5999.99 75" Sony XBR-75Z9D 4K Ultra HD TV #15875XZ9D $9999.99 *EnergyGuide annual energy cost: XBR-65Z9D - $32; XBR-75Z9D - $33. Your energy cost depends on your utility rates and use. The estimated cost is based on 12 cents per kWh and 5 hours of use per day. For more information visit www.ftc.gov/energy 65" screen Overall dimensions: 58"W x 34"H Free shipping on everything in this catalog. 30

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