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For optimal viewing, it's important to place seats at the proper distance from the TV. Sitting too close or too far from the screen can cause eye strain. To prevent this, homeowners with 42-inch screens should establish seating 5 1/2 feet away. Screens measuring 50 inches will require a distance of 6 feet. Extra-large TVs, such as 60-inch models, necessitate an average of 7 1/2 feet between seating and the TV screen.
The graph above gives you a good idea of how the optimum seating position works, with distance on the vertical axis and screen size on the horizontal. Description from avforums.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
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