What Is the Optimum Viewing Height for a TV?

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The optimum viewing height for a TV is about 91 centimetres to 152 centimetres off the ground. The TV should not be placed above the fireplaces and your eyes should be in level with the middle of you screen. The best place to sit in theatres is to be centred with the screen at eye level.
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