Recommended minimum screen size for a 1080p HDTV?
What is the minimum screen size for a 1080p HDTV?
- James KLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
Here's a chap who's done some research into the subject.
The first graph is the one you want. The thick red line is where you'll get the full advantage for viewing at 1080. Work out where you'll be viewing the screen from most (e.g. your sofa is 5ft away from where the screen will be. You'd need a 40" screen minimum to get the best out of the picture.)
- kk6644k444Lv 71 decade ago
The best size for you eye is 40/42 inc in 1080P full HD. any screen size below 37 will be no difference to you eye between 720P and 1080P.
- lyonsinc1Lv 41 decade ago
From all my sources it is confirmed the 50" is least size for seeing a difference in 1080p vs 720p.Take note only real 1080p is Blu-ray at this point in time.All broadcast is 1080i or 720p.And most people can't tell unless the nose is on the screen.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Minium size for HDTV that have 1080p is 40 inch.
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- Peter DLv 71 decade ago
Eh, this depends on picture size and viewing distance. I hate putting any sort of arbitrary number on something like this, but I'd say 46"-50" is probably the range by which people can take notice, IF they're trying and IF the 720p is next to the 1080p. Otherwise you can't really notice.
- ScatwomanLv 71 decade ago
From what I have learned 1080p Is really not noticeable under "50
- TV guyLv 71 decade ago
Most likely 42"
- 5 years ago
problematic factor. try searching into search engines like google. it can help!
- rodjaredLv 51 decade ago