Originally Posted by tunnelight06
Actually if you read his answer, who exactly was being the jerk? My vote is for him, and frankly my second vote is for you.
I always love people who respond to posts by relating nothing to the actual post, only to criticize someone.
Hey man, I was just giving you an idea that it seemed like you missed. I figured noone replied since the obvious answer was to just feel how hot it gets and then make a judgement.
And YES, you SHOULD buy a 1600 dollar TV and have it in your home before you make your decision. You can't judge how a tv is going to look without actually having it in your viewing environment first. It's much better, and very common, to already have the TV in your possession and then make a decision on whether or not to keep it, instead of making your final decision that of clicking the confirm order button.
Actually, even though you're a bitch, I'll help you out. I happen to have the exact TV you're talking about. The grill on the back near the top of the set gets quite hot to the touch. You couldn't keep your hand on it without it being uncomfortable. But the bezel will force about an inch and a half between the grill and your ceiling even if its flush. So as long as you have another inch or so of clearance you should be fine. And **** you.