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65-Inch TV: What You Should Know

65-Inch Television: Creating the Ideal Setup

Since you’re considering getting a 65-inch television, you’re probably already familiar with the picture performance upgrades it could provide, thanks to the 4K UHD and perhaps HDR technologies that are found in most televisions of this size. Whether you select a 65-inch LED TV or a 65-inch OLED TV, you can count on getting premium visual quality. So, your next decisions could very well center around optimal setup, including where you’re going to put it and how much you want it to dominate the room. Are you planning to use a television stand or mount your TV on the wall? If you plan to mount it, you may want to get a full-motion TV wall mount to optimize viewing angle options for all parts of the room. You’ll also want to give some thought to the sound. Top-performing televisions are providing better and better picture quality, with improved, more lifelike detail, and at the same time, screens are getting thinner. That means something’s got to give, and that something is audio speakers, which are getting less and less space. So, to give your system sound quality that matches the visual excellence, you may want to incorporate a sound system for audio that surrounds the viewers. Of course, if you’d like any assistance, Geek Squad is ready, willing and able to help with any aspect of the TV mounting service you want.

Part of deciding where you’ll locate your 65-inch TV is determining where TV viewers will be sitting. You can sit closer to 4K televisions without distortion. But even so, the formulas for the perfect viewing distance from the screen of a 65-inch TV vary, from 8 feet to 13.5 feet and more. Your best bet is just to go with your own personal preference.

65-Inch TVs: Your Entertainment Hub

Before you can fully determine which is the best 65-inch TV choice for you, you’ll want to have a good idea regarding your preferred sources of content. Will you be attaching peripheral devices, like a Blu-ray player, so you can watch all your favorite movies whenever you wish? In that case, you may want to consider a DVD storage solution to help keep the area neat and tidy. If you want to access the internet along with streaming services like Hulu, Netflix and others, you may want to select a smart TV, with streaming media built in. Or, you can add one of the available media streaming devices, either a box or a plug-in stick, to your TV to give it smart capabilities. Another way to go is with a Sony PS4 gaming system, which not only gives your TV smart characteristics, but also serves as a Blu-ray player and lets you play your favorite video games, too.