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    Default Optimum height of the wall bracket?


    Dallin Baker When I look at the different images of the users here so look at it, I notice that each of its LCD or plasma hanging on the wall, choose a different height.


    What then is the optimal height for a wall mounting best? Which amount you think would be recommended? Am open to all suggestions.

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    I pack the thread again. the problem is still current.

    Because there is an "ideal" height for an LCD? When I say "comfortably" sitting on the couch, my eye level at about 90cm, when I say "normal" sitting on the couch at about 1 m to 1.1 m.

    because it is useful to the lower edge of the LCD to have at eye level or better should be the center of the LCD at eye level?

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    The upper third of the television picture should sit at eye level. Says the basic rule. My bent is about 30cm below the ceiling, directly addressed by the panel on the sofa.

    Of fatigue on my part or my visits, had been felt even after a movie marathon over 7 hours nothing. In other words. That you have to try out for yourself how you like it like.

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    I've hung my so that I get some time gazing at no stiff neck. The "upper third of the television picture should sit at eye level" with is with me, if I understand correctly now, just anderesrum. If I normally sit on my couch and watch TV, the horizontal midpoint between the lower and middle third of the TV.

    Hang the TV set so high that your neck is not as charged: I think that only thing you can say is flat.

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    The problem is that he probably would have to depend quite deep, but that does not look so good?

    So 50-60cm Sideboard and then stand up to the TV and take the height of the wall bracket, possibly higher 10-20cm. But I think it looks really weird. I still think that here in the home theater thread hang most TVs too high.

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    There are not too high. Who wants to generalize something as well?

    I think the user has expressed BattleMax been aptly. One should not fatigue a few hours to sit in front of the telly, and that's ok.

    As I said, depends on my 30cm below the ceiling. The panel focused on the couch. At least I'm not, for example with kerzengeradem back in my sofa, but take a more a comfortable riding position. A second advantage is the high position in my case, so comfortable that I can watch on the monitor across the TV program.

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    Since I've had the pleasure of every day with my clients to screw the device on the wall proved to me with a Metode.

    I puts the customer in his chair or wherever to look and measure the height where his head is. I take this amount as mittelpunt of the device.

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    Mid-115cm from the floor - so really I'm just the middle of my old rear projection screen was measured before picked up by the dealer and that was 115cm. Then I have the middle of the wall bracket of the new 46 "LCD also be selected so.

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    I think I'll take my 55 "then 80cm high. Hang is currently in production with foot temporary high on a 65cm table It seems to me now a little high, since my old one. 32 "tube on the TV table which it then gave to (Sony) was.

    However, I have always bothered my feet as well, which I often pack on the table before the couch. Since you have to get used drann sure only.

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    I want to hang my TV on the wall and lay the cables in the wall. Is it advisable to set the height of the TV to another outlet, because the power cord of the TV is not long enough for the TV socket on the bottom.

    Can not measure it, because I still have no flat-screen TV. To drill but now, because the decorator is running out.

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