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How to choose the best TV Size

How to choose the best TV Size



You might be overwhelmed of 24” 32” 43” 50” 55” 65” or 75”… as there are so many different TV size options out there in the market. If you are baffling which is the best size for yourself, read the tips here.


First Thing First, Know Your Own Needs  

When picking a TV, bear in mind that “bigger isn’t always better”. Instead, what matter most is defining your needs and figuring out the most suitable TV size for your needs. For example, if it comes to entertainment purpose, playing games, streaming movies, watching sports or TV shows, a larger screen size up to 65” or 75” is what we would recommend. Choose one that supporting 4K content, you can receive clear visible details for a stunning viewing experience.


Larger size of screen gives the unrivalled level of entertainment experience.


If your purpose is to connect your PC to HDTV, to work in your bedroom or use as a second TV in the kitchen, then you can go for small sizes of 24” or 32”, maximum maybe 43”. That should have fulfilled your daily include everything from sending an email to work in photoshop or watch cake baking videos all day. Don’t forget that smaller size of TV is relatively portable that you can place it wherever you want to.


If you only settle your entertainment on your phone or laptop after a long day lessons, maybe it’s time to change your mind. There are plenty of TV sizes out there for all kinds of college lifestyles. In average, college dorm room size is approximately 100 sq. feet, 24” 32” and 43” might be the best choice for student housing. Last but not least, all Smart-Tech TVs come at a very accessible price point that would not be a burden even for students!


Viewing Distance & TV Screen Size

TV size refers to its diagonal length, to get this number you can dig out your tape and measure from the upper left-hand corner of the actual TV screen to the lower right-hand corner, leaving the border. “Inch” is commonly used.


Then measure the distance between your sitting area to the place that you are going to put your TV. For instance, let’s just say the distance is 66 inches, then divide it by 1.2, now you know you should get a 55” TV.


But it’s worth to tell that this number is just an indication and not the only factor to consider when buying a TV. You can always go for other sizes depending on your needs.  


The table here provided to determine the recommended viewing distances for various TV sizes so you can choose the best TV size for your space.



Actual size of TV

In fact, the television advertised size doesn’t truly reflect the actual required space to take up. It is the common norm among the TV manufacturers that the advertised size only account for the screen, stand and bezel are not included. So be sure to measure the width from the edge and get a console at least a few inches wider than your TV.

Advertised size of screen isn’t the actual size of screen.


You have the right size to go for, what’s next?

1. Click HERE for other factors to consider when purchasing a TV.  


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