How to display TV correctly


To watch TV comfortably, homeowners need to calculate the location of the device based on key factors such as size, resolution and light in the room.

The first factor homeowners need to consider is the screen size. The distance from the viewer’s eyes to the television changes based on this metric. The bigger the TV screen, the farther you need to sit, for example, a 32-inch TV should be 1.8 meters away, a 60-inch TV this figure is 3.4 meters….

In addition to the screen size, you need to know the resolution of the television. The higher the resolution, the denser the pixel density, which means improved screen sharpness and detail, allowing you to sit closer to the TV even though the screen size remains the same.

The ideal distance from the sofa to the TV depends on the screen size. Photo: Archdaily

Light and time of day also affect the choice of TV installation location. You should put the TV on the side of the wall perpendicular to the window and absolutely avoid the space in front of the slots and doors. The goal is to reduce reflections and ensure image quality.

Viewing angle is also a factor to be considered. According to the guidelines of the American Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers (SMPTE), homeowners should choose a seat so that the TV screen should occupy at least 30 degrees in the field of vision.

The television screen should occupy at least 30 degrees in the viewer's field of view.  Photo: Archdaily

The television screen should occupy at least 30 degrees in the viewer’s field of view. Photo: Archdaily

Another factor to take into account is the height of the device. Ideally, homeowners should keep the screen at eye level. When sitting, the person’s eye level is from 85 to 100 cm on average from the floor.

If you cannot place the center of the TV at eye level, arrange it so that your eyes are level with one-third of the TV.

The height of the TV and the seat must be so that the viewer's eyes are level with the center or at least a third of the screen.  Photo: Archdaily

The height of the TV and the seat must be so that the viewer’s eyes are level with the center or at least a third of the screen. Photo: Archdaily

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