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  Yodaevil  |  27

I hate to say it, but size does matter. The room/tv size is important. A room that small with a tv that big? No good. Think sears had a method for figuring out the right size to fit your room. I have a rather large room and 50" was recommended size. It's perfect, big enough to fill the man law, small enough not to strain eyesight while viewing. Op you man is an idiot, FYL.

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lol who gives a damn ? i have a 55 inch in my room and i find it's perfect , everybody with his taste , even tough some may not know that a TV to big for your room can ruin your eyes ..

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Does op live in a trailer? How does a tv block the doorways? I'm sorry if I sound a little rude but either you need to rearrange your rooms or your place is way too small.

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  sunlovinmama  |  27

Mount it to the ceiling over you're bed, may need special equipment to anchor it properly if that's even possible. Could also build a tv room onto house at varying levels of security a full room or like a sunroom with out many walls, or put it in garage and have a "theater" room. There's the issue of paying for it though, may have to get rid of cable or Internet for awhile to afford it but with $1 redbox movies it shouldnt be too big of a sacrifice

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I don't like the idea of people telling me what's right and wrong in my own damn house, the rules is you put what ever size u want... He'll I have a 12 inch In by big bed room and it's perfect

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  Yodaevil  |  27

It is true personal choice overrules all else, but before you drop a grand or so make sure you'll be happy. Buying a 65" only to be looking all over to see a movie is a waste. I found gaming on my 50" isnt as fun as on my old 32" tube tv. Save the money, get a tv that fits your needs and get a kick ass surround to go with it! Do they even sell 80"?

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  thatssomeBS  |  27

107 - If you have an 80 inch screen, and split it into 4 screens you would have 4, 40 inch screens. They are measured diagonally, and with four screens they would all meet in the middle, which means each would be 40 inch screens. So whomever made the original comment with the "bad" math, good job using common sense.

By  Hockey_fan  |  16

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  Cynical_in_SK  |  16

Oh yes...he would be an awesome dad! I can just hear him now: "Hey kids, sorry there's no food to eat, but look how awesome my...I mean you're video games look on our huge TV!" Yes...because we all know a gigantic TV is a necessity of life.

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  Cynical_in_SK  |  16

Thank you 69...it was a typo. I must have accidentally put an e at the end and autocorrect was kind enough to supply the apostrophe. I'm well aware of the difference between "your" and "you're". As in YOU'RE overreacting in YOUR post. Lol. I do sympathise though...I can't stand it when people use them wrong either.

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  theunwiseone  |  13

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  docscientist  |  13

I've never heard of tv size being related to penis size. There's no sense of power or dominance attributed to the size of a tv other than to simply enjoy it or show off to your friends. I mean seriously, an 80 in tv is a damned home theater, I wouldn't mind having one as long as the room couches are 20ft back.

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  awagh666  |  17

Yes that's a super idea #6. Just lay the TV on the floor and create anti-gravity in the room, so OP and family can float up to the celing to watch it. Problem solved.

By  13FMYLIFE  |  16

I can already see it... "Guys! We just got a new tv! And it's HUGE! You've go see it! Careful! You can't actually go in the room, cuz I don't want you touching it! And there's no way in hell you're getting through that doorframe with it!"

By  Fatalist_  |  17

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