Obviously you don’t want your television set placed too high or too low, but also take care that it’s in the right spot even when at eye-level. If most of your seating is off to the side, angle the TV accordingly. Check to make sure there is no glare from
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TV Tips: Placement

Obviously you don’t want your television set placed too high or too low, but also take care that it’s in the right spot even when at eye-level. If most of your seating is off to the side, angle the TV accordingly. Check to make sure there is no glare from windows and that the game can be seen easily from all seats. Remember, even if you have a 70-incher, no one will care if they can’t see the running back’s end zone dance. 









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