Obviously if you have a group of friends coming over, you don't want to haul them down to the basement to watch the game on the old 19" Magnavox you bought in 1972. You want something state of the art with a crystal-clear picture, big enough for all your guests to gather around. With the advances in technology over the past few years, there are so many options to choose from. There's plasma, LCD, and projection, and of course the advent of high definition gives each a crystal clear picture. With so many options to choose from, though, how does one decide which direction to go?
That's where TV and Video Guide Matthew Torres comes in. His list of the top five HDTVs to watch sports on will steer you in the right direction and offer you several options. And if you want to go all out, how about setting up your own home theater system? Home Theater Guide Robert Silva has put together some setup tips to cover reception of the game as well as getting great picture and sound.
If all these options are out of your price range, don't give up. Consider heading to your local rent-to-own store. Many of these places will rent the equipment for the weekend or longer at a much lower price. But you better get there before all their inventory is spoken for.