# What is the viewing distance for a 55 inches LED TV?

## What is the viewing distance for a 55 inches LED TV?

For High Definition models

TV Size Viewing Distance Range (Approx.)
46 inch 1.7 meters / 5.57 feet
49 inch 1.9 meters / 6.23 feet
50 inch 1.9 meters / 6.23 feet
55 inch 2.1 meters / 6.89 feet

How far should you sit from a 65 inch LED TV?

Choose your TV type for the recommended viewing distance

TV size Viewing distance range (approx.)
49 inch 39 inches (3.28 feet)
55 inch 39 inches (3.28 feet)
65 inch 47 inches (3.94 feet)
75 inch 55 inches (4.59 feet)

### What should be the viewing distance for LED 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.

How far should I sit from my 55 inch TV?

A 50” TV– You should sit between 6.5 and 10.5 feet away from the screen. A 55” TV– You should sit between 7 and 11.5 feet away from the screen. A 60” TV– You should sit between 7.5 and 12.5 feet away from the screen. A 65” TV– You should sit between 8 and 13.5 feet away from the screen.

## What is the proper distance for TV viewing?

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).

How far away should you sit from a 65 inch 4K TV?

For 4K models

TV Size Viewing Distance Range (Approx.)
49 inch 1 meter / 3.28 feet
55 inch 1 meter / 3.28 feet
65 inch 1.2 meters / 3.94 feet
75 inch 1.4 meters / 4.60 feet

### How do you calculate TV viewing distance?

How do I measure a TV screen size?

To accurately determine the screen size, hold the end of your tape measure in one corner and extend it diagonally across to the opposite corner. Ensure your tape measure is inside the TV screen frame, so you only measure the visible screen area. That distance is your screen size or diagonal screen size.

## What is the formula for TV size?

Viewing distance (in inches)/2 = recommended TV size. For example, if you sit 10 feet from the TV, that’s 120 inches (10 feet x 12 inches) divide that by 2 and you should get a 60” TV.

How to calculate the size of a TV screen?

Multiplying the seating distance by .6 will yield a TV size that will be close to a 30° viewing angle, while multiplying the seating distance by .84 will get you a TV size close to the 40° viewing angle.

### How big of a TV do I need for a good distance?

We recommend a 00″ TV when viewing from that distance. This recommendation is based on the SMPTE optimal viewing standards for HD televisions. If you get a TV with ultra-high definition (UHD) or another type of super high-definition, you could go a little bigger because higher-definition TVs allow for closer viewing.

How is the size of the TV related to the viewing angle?

Distance and Viewing Angle Determines TV Size. One of the main determining factors to find the TV size that is right for your room is the viewing angle from your seating position. THX has some recommendations for the correct viewing angle to achieve an immersive viewing experience.

## What’s the best viewing angle for a 4K TV?

If your seating distance is 96″, for example, a 58″ TV will have a viewing angle of 30° and an 80″ TV will have a 40° viewing angle. Optimal seating/viewing distance range for various TV sizes using 40° to 26° viewing angle for a 4K resolution TV.