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Yes and no. This typically would be the bare minimum to have the TV line up to the edge of the TV stand. Some people like the TV to line up to the edge while others like it to have some overhang on the TV. It is very recommended to get the true width of your TV (measured from side to side) and judge from there. For example if you want a little bit of overhang and your TV measures about 60 inches wide, a TV stand 66 inches and up would work best.
This should work as long as the 75 inch TV is the monitor size (corner to corner). If it is that means the TVs actual width is smaller and should be smaller than the TV stand. Be sure to measure to ensure that is the case.
Hi I have a 39 inch 3S-9D4009A14 TV and I was wondering if you guys knew what size tv stand I should get. I would like it not to hang over at all and have a little bit of space the sides of the TV. I was going to measure it myself again but according to where I found info about it. It is 38 inches diagonally. So what TV stand do you guys think I should get?
That will be up to you. Based on your sizes, your TV will end up being larger than your TV stand so it will stick past the stand. Otherwise, we recommend finding a TV that is about the same size as the screen size. Be sure to check out our selection of 75+ inch long TV stands.
Your TV will probably be close to the edge of the TV stand. Ideally you want the stand to stick past the TV (see graphic). Be sure to also check out our line of Amish made TV stands! Many are customizable so you can ensure you get the look you want and the size you need it in! All made from solid hardwoods (no veneer, MDFs, etc) and made to last!
On a 62 inch tv stand you would have 9 inches worth of space per side of the TV when centered. That is ample space for putting other pieces on the TV stand. The 52 inch would only have 4 inches of space per side. This would be better if you are tight on space. You can consider splitting the difference and do a TV stand around the 56-57 inch range.
This depends on how much you want the TV stand to over extend the TV itself. A nice size for would something along the lines of 56 to 60 inches wide. A lot of our Amish made TV stands are available in this size.
This would be cutting it close. Be sure to measure the true width of the TV. Our recommendation is to have the TV stand stick past the TV a fair amount. With this set up it might be close to the edge or past the TV stand itself.
Most likely your TV will stick past the edges of your TV stand. A 70 inch TV is going to roughly be about 32 to 63 inches in actual width. Our biggest recommendation is to always get the true width of your TV and work from that. Any monitor is always measured diagonally so finding out the actual width (left to right) will help make finding the right TV stand easier.
A 50 inch TV stand would be a good size. The smallest would be a 48 inch. The max we would recommend is 60 inches. You can view all of our Amish made TV stands that are available 48 to 60 inches in width here.
This depends on the space. For visual and esthetic reasons we would recommend to have the TV stand be the same width minimum as your TV. Smaller makes it look disproportionate. Typically same width or larger is what to aim for. 041b061a72