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Stand height for 75" TV?

I kind of like the height a little on the low side, but I am not sure that's the way you are supposed to pick a stand. The Sonax I am looking at is 19.75 inches off the ground, basically from the floor to the bottom of the little built in stand that is attached to the TV. Will this cause any problems?

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I kind of like the height a little on the low side, but I am not sure that's the way you are supposed to pick a stand. The Sonax I am looking at is 19.75 inches off the ground, basically from the floor to the bottom of the little built in stand that is attached to the TV. Will this cause any problems?

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The best thing is to have the center of your screen level with your eyes. So set in your favorite seat and measure from the floor to your eyes. Then find out the height with stand on of the 75in TV that you are looking at and add the stand hieght. You should unstand the rest.
Now if it was wall mount with tilt then you could have it higher and tilt it down for optimum viewing.
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I like the tv a bit higher than eye level actually...
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I like the tv a bit higher than eye level actually...
By the looks of your last pic and if I set in that chair and I'm 6 feet tail. My eyes would be center of that TV. My stand looks to be the same hieght.

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The best thing is to have the center of your screen level with your eyes. So set in your favorite seat and measure from the floor to your eyes. Then find out the height with stand on of the 75in TV that you are looking at and add the stand hieght. You should unstand the rest.
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If this is true, then that stand would be near perfect for me actually. If the stand is 19.75" and the screen height itself is 37.9", plus adding in the stock stand the TV sits on, which is 2.2", then that would effectively make my Sonax TV stand + the connected plastic stand just a hair under 22" (21.95") . Then half the height of the screen would be another 19" (18.95), which should put the center height of that screen at a drop under 41". It is an inch or two high, but I don't think that I am picky enough for that to bother me.

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If this is true, then that stand would be near perfect for me actually. If the stand is 19.75" and the screen height itself is 37.9", plus adding in the stock stand the TV sits on, which is 2.2", then that would effectively make my Sonax TV stand + the connected plastic stand just a hair under 22" (21.95") . Then half the height of the screen would be another 19" (18.95), which should put the center height of that screen at a drop under 41". It is an inch or two high, but I don't think that I am picky enough for that to bother me.

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That sounds perfect to me you can have a 2 to 3 in. difference by all means. Yes it is ture that you want the center of the TV to be at your eye level.
I have a 75Z9D and my stand is only a half inch shorter than the one you are getting. Sorry the wife was watching a show and she would have killed me if I got my tape out at the time of the first reply.
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That stand sounds like it should be fine. I have a 75" Sony 940C and it's on a stand that's about 18.5" tall, which combined with the little feet on the TV put the center at eye-level from my couch.
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