1. TV viewing height
To determine the correct tilt angle, we must first determine the viewing height of the TV. Ideally, your TV should be high enough so that when you sit down, the exact center of the screen is at the level of your eyes.
The viewing angle will vary according to your height, the height of the sofa, the height of the monitor and the distance from the seat to the screen. The best starting point is to measure the height of your eyes when sitting from the floor with a tape measure, and then measure the height of the wall. This gives you a general indication of the center of the screen. Assuming the installation is connected to the center of the TV, this should be the best point.
Divide the height of the TV by three. Measure from the bottom edge of the screen and make some changes according to the border.
In fact, many can be attributed to trial and error, but remember, you don’t have to look for accurate formulas. You are looking for a comfortable range.
2. Viewing angle
This view is also quite subjective, depending on the condition of your room. Your own comfort, less glare and less neck tension are more important than accurate tilt.
In addition, due to the progress of science and technology, TV can be very tolerant in perspective. Based on the definition, refresh rate, resolution and overall image quality of modern TV, it is almost unnecessary to obtain the “best point” from any angle.