Bring Cee Lo Green's Las Vegas show to your living room
-All right, we saw that Omega 8 LED screen that measures 60 feet by 30 feet and it's a centerpiece for Cee Lo's concert.
So, we wanted to show you what is the biggest and baddest television that you can purchase today.
Well, price is really no object.
Check out this 90-inch [unk] from Sharp.
It's the largest LED television available today.
It won't give you the best picture quality out there, but it's still good, bigger than me, and prices start at $9000.
Yup, that's a whole lot of dollars, but if you really want a big screen for thousands less, go for a projector like the Epson Powerlite Home Cinema that can cover up to 100- to 300-inch area, that's 25 feet or a great white shark.
Now, you'll still need to buy a screen.
The projector starts around $2,500 and it's a CNET editor's choice.
But guess what?
Don't believe the hype, size just doesn't matter, but if you're looking for the best combination of price point, outstanding picture quality,
and features, you have to check out the Panasonic ST60 Series which is our top recommendation for the best TV of 2013.
It also comes with a pair of 3D glasses.
It ranges in size from 65 inches to 55 inches, and it's also a CNET editor's choice, and we don't give that out to just anything.
So, take a look at these three products to really create an amazing home theater experience.
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