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## How far away can you see a 70 inch TV?

A 65” TV– You should sit between 8 and 13.5 feet away from the screen. A 70” TV– You should sit between 9 and 14.5 feet away from the screen. A 75” TV– You should sit between 9.5 and 15.5 feet away from the screen. An 80” TV– You should sit between 10 and 16.5 feet away from the screen.

What is the minimum viewing distance for TV?

You can enjoy any 32-inch LED TV at a minimum viewing distance of 4 feet. For TV sizes between 40-inch and 48-inch, the recommended viewing distance is 7 feet. If you are planning to buy a 55-inch or 65-inch LED TV, then ensure your room can accommodate a minimum viewing distance of 9 feet.

### Is 65 inch TV too big?

The farther away you sit, obviously, the smaller your TV appears. So if you’re like most people and you’re sitting about nine feet from your TV (108 inches), THX recommends a screen roughly 90 inches diagonal. So yeah, that big 65-inch TV you’re looking at is not “too big,” at least as far as THX is concerned.

How far should the TV be from your eyes?

Some eye care professionals recommend sitting approximately eight to ten feet away from the TV screen. The general rule of thumb is to be at least 5 times the distance from the screen as the screen is wide. For example, if your television is 32 inches wide, the optimal viewing distance is 160 inches or about 13 feet.

#### How big is a 65in TV?

TV Size to Distance Calculator and Science

Size Width Height
60″ 52.3″ 132.8 cm 29.4″ 74.7 cm
65″ 56.7″ 144 cm 31.9″ 81 cm
70″ 61″ 154.9 cm 34.3″ 87.1 cm
75″ 65.4″ 166.1 cm 36.8″ 93.5 cm

How do you calculate TV viewing distance?

While it all boils down to personal preference, there is a simple formula that works as a size calculator that provides a good starting point: Viewing distance (in inches)/2 = recommended TV size. For example, if you usually sit 10 feet from the TV, that’s 120 inches (10 feet x 12 inches).

## What is the proper distance for TV viewing?

What’s the best distance to sit to watch TV?

Some eye care professionals recommend sitting approximately eight to ten feet away from the TV screen. The general rule of thumb is to be at least 5 times the distance from the screen as the screen is wide. For example, if your television is 32 inches wide, the optimal viewing distance is 160 inches or about 13 feet.

### What’s the average viewing distance for a 65 inch TV?

So, for example, if you have a 65 inch TV, the viewing distance at which the eye can actually process the details of 4k content is about 4 feet. However, any distance between 4 and about 8.5 feet will be enough to appreciate the difference between 4k and 1080p on a 65 inch TV.

What is the maximum distance the human eye can see?

What is the maximum distance the human eye can see if unobstructed? Dust, water vapour and pollution in the air will rarely let you see more than 20 kilometres (12 miles), even on a clear day. Often, the curvature of the Earth gets in the way first.

#### How to calculate the optimal viewing distance for a 1080p TV?

For consumer application of their recommendations, THX recommends dividing the diagonal screen measurement by .84 to calculate the optimum viewing distance, for a 1080p resolution. This equates to multiplying the diagonal measurement by about 1.2.