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Bring the Dirty Birds to life like never before with these new standout HDTVs.

The Statement PieceBang & Olufsen BeoVision 12-65
Forget the days of craning one’s neck over a pal’s shoulder to catch a play. The BeoVision 12’s advanced plasma screen offers a superb picture that’s viewable from far wider angles than LCD TVs. It’s also self-maintaining: To extend the life of the screen’s delicate pixels, colors are automatically measured and adjusted every 100 hours. $11,350, Bang & Olufsen, Phipps Plaza, 3500 Peachtree Road NE, 404.233.5445, bang-olufsen.com

The CurveSamsung 55-inch OLED
Samsung’s revolutionary 55-inch OLED curved-screen TV features a superthin display with an impressive color contrast ratio. Just as innovative, it does not require pixel backlighting, bringing black tones to new levels of richness. $9,000, Best Buy - Buckhead, 2537 Piedmont Road NE, 404.842.0938, bestbuy.com

The Ultimate ScreenSony 65-inch X850 4K Ultra HDTV
With a picture that’s four times clearer than standard HDTVs, Sony’s new X850 4K Ultra HDTV truly sets the bar for viewing quality. And Sony’s new Video Unlimited 4K Download Service gives viewers access to loads of super high-res content. $5,500, Best Buy - Buckhead, 2537 Piedmont Road NE, 404.842.0938, bestbuy.com

The Big and TallVizio 80-inch M-Series
Shockingly thin, Vizio’s M-Series 80-inch TV has a 240 Hz refresh rate for exceptionally sharp on-screen action. Its Internet Apps Plus, meanwhile, allows viewers streamlined access to services such as Netflix, YouTube and Hulu Plus. $3,800, Best Buy - Edgewood, 1210 Caroline St. NE, 404.827.0137, bestbuy.com