Originally Posted by ace0001a
Not knocking the science behind it, but I sit about 7-8 feet away and while find my current 65" a good size (I don't find the need to move my eyes around), I still want to go bigger for more of the visual immersion factor. Some years back I remember watching movies at my friend's house who has a 72" DLP and his seats are about 9 feet away at most and I really liked it. Again, not knocking to science but like everything else I believe it boils down to personal preference and everyone's perception will vary. Take for example the lower section at a movie theater where you have to tilt your head up. Even on the last row of the front section, I feel I need to look around to see all of the screen, but I have friends who say they can see everything from there so maybe their peripheral vision is better than mine.
Yeah, it's kinda like when I go outside I have to turn my eyes/head to really see everything that's going on...
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