Maybe you’re thinking about buying a new TV and figuring out if you have enough space for a larger TV.
Or maybe you’ve been given a set and you want to know its dimensions – whatever the case, you should know how to measure the size of your TV screen.
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Some things to remember are List of TV manufacturers diagonally, Not portrait or landscape screen size. This is an industry standard.
In addition, if you are figuring out where to install your TV, you should also measure the depth of the TV.
With that in mind, read on to learn how to measure a TV screen – all you need is a ruler.
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How to measure TV screen size?
Here’s our step-by-step guide to measuring your TV screen.
1. Measure the entire TV diagonally
To start, you want to take a ruler and run it from corner to corner of an opposite diagonal.
This would include the bezel (the border that surrounds the screen) – in other words, the entire TV.
You will probably notice a few millimeters difference between what you measure and the advertised size of the television – don’t worry, this is pretty standard.
2. Only measure diagonally from the TV screen
Now, measure from the same angles, but this time only the screen – not including the bezel.
Don’t be surprised if this is a bit smaller than advertised – this is because most TVs have a small portion of the screen hidden under the frame.
3. Measure the whole TV horizontally and vertically
It is always worth recording the overall dimensions of the TV, so use a tape measure to record the width and height of the TV.
This will probably come in handy if you decide to buy a TV stand or TV stand.
4. Measuring the depth of the TV
These days, most TVs take up very little depth, but there can still be a small component behind the screen.
Record the depth of the TV – this is especially useful if you’re thinking of placing your TV on a stand or cabinet, or inside an alcove.
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