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As much as we might be impressed by the ever larger screen sizes out there, it's important to remember that bigger isn't always better.

A larger screen can obviously display a larger image, but if it can't handle higher resolutions – or the upscale techniques needed to enlarge low resolution content – you're just paying for a big, blurry image. You need more pixels for a bigger screen, after all, and those extra pixels need to be up to the heavy-duty picture processing to make either HD or UHD content look good on a big screen.

A larger screen is also harder to fit into cramped spaces, and can dominate the room it's in. That's fine if you want to give your TV pride of place, but worth considering before you jump for the biggest screen you can find.

Bigger and closer is usually better when it comes to choosing the perfect television for your room. Not only is it the biggest factor affecting the price of a television, but it also has a huge impact on the perceived picture quality.

 

Size Width Height Area
32" 27.9"
70.9 cm
15.7"
39.9 cm
438 in2 
0.283 m2
40" 34.9"
88.6 cm
19.6"
49.8 cm
684 in2 
0.441 m2
43" 37.5"
95.3 cm
21.1"
53.6 cm
791 in2 
0.511 m2
50" 43.6"
110.7 cm
24.5"
62.2 cm
1068 in2 
0.689 m2
55" 47.9"
121.7 cm
27.0"
68.6 cm
1293 in2 
0.835 m2
60" 52.3"
132.8 cm
29.4"
74.7 cm
1538 in2 
0.992 m2
65" 56.7"
144.0 cm
31.9"
81.0 cm
1809 in2 
1.166 m2
70" 61.0"
154.9 cm
34.3"
87.1 cm
2092 in2 
1.349 m2
75" 65.4"
166.1 cm
36.8"
93.5 cm
2407 in2 
1.553 m2
80" 69.7"
177.0 cm
39.2"
99.6 cm
2732 in2 
1.763 m2
85" 74.1"
188.2 cm
41.7"
105.9 cm
3090 in2 
1.993 m2
 

Since resolutions found today are almost exclusively 4k/Ultra HD, It takes a very big TV watched from very close to see imperfections related to the resolution. Because of this, one can appreciate their TVs from much closer for a more immersive experience. Think of it like a movie theater, the more a TV fills your view, the more captivating the content will be.

That doesn't mean you should be sitting a foot away from your TV. Not everybody prefers having the largest screen possible. The human visual system has an angle of view of about 135 degrees horizontally, and while it makes some sense for movies to get as large a TV you can get, content isn't produced to be viewed while filling the entire field of vision. This becomes very apparent if you try to watch sports from up close while fixating a single part of the screen, as it gets quite nauseating.
 

Screen Size Recommended Mixed Usage Distance
(30°)
Recommended Cinema Distance
(40°)
25" 3.4' (1.04 m) 2.5' (0.77 m)
30" 4.1' (1.24 m) 3' (0.92 m)
35" 4.8' (1.45 m) 3.5' (1.07 m)
40" 5.5' (1.66 m) 4' (1.22 m)
45" 6.1' (1.86 m) 4.5' (1.37 m)
50" 6.8' (2.06 m) 5' (1.53 m)
55" 7.5' (2.28 m) 5.5' (1.68 m)
60" 8.2' (2.48 m) 6' (1.83 m)
65" 8.9' (2.69 m) 6.5' (1.98 m)
70" 9.5' (2.9 m) 7' (2.13 m)
75" 10.2' (3.1 m) 7.5' (2.29 m)
80" 10.9' (3.31 m) 8' (2.44 m)
85" 11.6' (3.52 m) 8.5' (2.59 m)

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