Going to the Superbowl vs. throwing a Superbowl party

Going to the Superbowl vs. throwing a Superbowl party

So do you guys think it's better to go to the Superbowl or have a Superbowl party? I almost think it's better to throw a party...all your friends are there, food and beer for cheap, instant replays, etc. You've got to have a good tv though, and I'm actually thinking about buying a new one, not sure which one though..

I was thinking like Trutech or Vizio... leaning toward Vizio though because they're all about LT on their website and he's my fave - check out vizio.com/lt
Any thoughts?

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Hi Touchdown Girl, welcome to the site.

If you have the room, hosting is without question the way to go. I will be having my 3rd annual SB party at my place and I am sure it will be a ton of fun like in years past. This year I am giving away $300 to anyone who can correctly guess the final score ;-)

I can't help you much on a TV, it's all about projectors for me. Nothing beats watching games on 106" of hi def!

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106" WOW that must be nice!  At that point, I'd much rather be parked in front of that thing that struggling to see through a bunch of people's heads over at Cardinal Stadium!

Sadly, I've got to get something a little more within my price range!  I thought maybe Vizio because I LOVE LOVE LOVE LT, and I saw he was featured on their site with little video clips and stuff... I know I know I'm a total sucker.  But hey whatever gets people's attention I suppose.  Is that a bad thing?

anyway I thought about LG too or maybe Olevia... Olevia seems really cheap though.  I don't want my TV to die after 6 months!

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Projectors are surprisingly cheap when you consider the technology it has and the size you can view. I have a Viewsonic projector that has a DLP series 2 chip and will broadcast HD in either 720p or 1080i and it only set me back about $800 at Costco. Throw in another $200 for a 100 inch screen and you are living the dream for way less than a 42" LCD.  wink

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Projectors are surprisingly cheap when you consider the technology it has and the size you can view. I have a Viewsonic projector that has a DLP series 2 chip and will broadcast HD in either 720p or 1080i and it only set me back about $800 at Costco. Throw in another $200 for a 100 inch screen and you are living the dream for way less than a 42" LCD.  wink

My friend had a projector and I just remember it being very hard to watch anything on it unless it was dark and all the lights were out. Does that just depend on the type of projector you get, or are they all pretty much like that?

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