(Credit: Omnimount, BDI) No matter what size or type of TV you’re considering, ponder placement for a moment. Maybe that spot that’s always been home for the TV isn’t ideal. Maybe a slight shuffle of furniture will yield better picture quality, or allow for a larger TV.
I can’t come to your home to help with ideas (sorry), but I can give you some dos and don’ts when it comes to TV placement, to point you in the right direction (i.e., toward the screen).
Obviously if you
have a massive entertainment center, you’re limited in your placement potential. But putting the option out there for a room reorganization might be the leverage you need to convince your spouse to get a new TV (or a larger TV).
Before you get the idea of a 22-inch LCD stuck in the corner of the ceiling, or an 84-inch 4K smack in the middle of the room, keep the following tips in mind.
Find the perfect spot for your TV
…Check height. While there’s no set height for TV placement, ideally you don’t want the TV to be too high. Staring up at a TV is like sitting in the front row of a movie theater. It’s … [Read more]
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