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I currently have a 65" 3D LED that sits on a long TV stand. What I want to do is add a 50 inch 4K LED TV for gaming. Thought about hanging the 65" four feet above the floor and then resting the 50" on the existing stand.

Hoping the 65" and 50" configuration won't look like an eyesore. Of course, I'd appreciate any other ideas of this 2 TV setup.
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Can not comment on 2 TVs on the wall, however I am wounding why you are spending huge amounts of money on 4K to play games on? I do not game, but have read that there are few games released in 1080p, so why 4K? Seems if you want 4K a 120" projection screen in front of your 65" with a 4K projector would be a better option? I have not followed any of the 4K data since it is well beyond my budget, not to mention lack of content so maybe there is a reason not to game on a 4K projector.

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Can not comment on 2 TVs on the wall, however I am wounding why you are spending huge amounts of money on 4K to play games on? I do not game, but have read that there are few games released in 1080p, so why 4K? Seems if you want 4K a 120" projection screen in front of your 65" with a 4K projector would be a better option? I have not followed any of the 4K data since it is well beyond my budget, not to mention lack of content so maybe there is a reason not to game on a 4K projector.

It's under $1k

http://www.amazon.com/Seiki-Digital-SE50UY04-50-Inch-120Hz/dp/B00BXF7I9M

and apparently, older games look awesome based on this review.

http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=731989
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