What is the correct distance to watch a 32-inch widescreen TV?
Q: What is the correct viewing distance for a 32 inch LCD TV for adults? What could be the adverse effects of viewing the TV from the close distance? Is a smaller sized television better for the overall health of the eyes? Is it fine to view the TV in a supine posture?
A:The correct distance for viewing a 32” LCD TV for adults is between 11-14 feet.
You can get eyestrain, glare and fatigue by viewing at a closer distance. Size of the TV should be according to the viewing distance available in the room.
No, watching TV in supine position causes eye-ache, fatigue and strain apart from causing muscular spasm, etc. in the back and neck muscles as this is an abnormal position.
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