Large-screen televisions attract shoppers at the Ken Cranes Home Entertainment store in Long Beach, Calif., as they display coverage of President Bush's inauguration earlier this month. As the Super Bowl approaches, thousands of Americans will decide it's time to buy a big-screen TV. Sales of plasma and LCD models, along with the somewhat bulkier digital rear-projection TVs, will jump 25 percent this year to 8.4 million from 6.8 million in 2004, according to the Consumer Electronics Assn.

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