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Width: 71.7 cm
Height: 16 cm
Depth: 46.9 cm
Great if you are looking for a 50cm deep TV. Fancy watching soaps while you scrub in the kitchen? You’ll have a great view due to its HD resolution and HDR10 colour tech, making it a good choice to pop something on in the background. If you need to return your TV for any reason, we just ask that you don’t pack the plug in front of the screen as it could damage the TV in transit. You can even ask Amazon Alexa to change the channel for you, so there’s no need to stop halfway through the washing up to find the remote. Shop now at AO.
Width: 190.3 cm
Height: 118.3 cm
Depth: 41.4 cm
Suitable for a space 50 cm deep. Click here to find the right one for you Ultra 4K HD LED VIDAA U5 Smart TV Hisense Quad Core Processor Freeview Play Built-In Alexa Hisense 85A6BGTUK 85" Dolby Vision 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart 50cm deep TV Combining advanced Mini-LED technology with DTS Virtual: X enhancements your new Hisense 85" A6B 4K UHD Smart TV with Freeview Play presents you with a extraordinary picture for your enjoyment. Get it at Hughes.
Width: 189.9 cm
Height: 116 cm
Depth: 45.5 cm
Setup with the 85U7KQTUK 85" Ultra HD Mini-LED Smart TV, and immerse yourself in a world of spectacular visuals and seamless navigation. The 85U7KQTUK delivers unparalleled picture quality with its 4K Ultra High-Definition resolution and High Dynamic Range (HDR) support. With 4K UHD HDR support, VIDAA U7 Smart 50cm deep TV OS, a Freeview HD Tuner, a 120Hz refresh rate, Game Mode Pro, and Auto Low Latency Mode, this TV is a powerhouse of entertainment comes with that will delight movie... Recommended for 50cm deep spaces. Purchase from Hughes.
Width: 189.1 cm
Height: 112 cm
Depth: 46.4 cm
4K Ultra HD Android 10 OS E Energy Rating 120Hz Refresh Rate H:1120mm x W:1891mm x D:464mm Vertical Surround Engine Cognitive Processor XR XR 4K Upscaling Sony BRAVIA XR-85X90LU 85" Full Array LED 4K HDR Google 50cm deep TV. One of the standout comes with of the Sony XR-85X90LU is its 4K resolution, which delivers an incredible level of detail and clarity that will make you feel like you're right there in the action. Get it at Hughes.
Width: 166.5 cm
Height: 103.2 cm
Depth: 40.5 cm
OS Smart OS D Energy Rating 120Hz Refresh Rate H:1032mm x W:1665mm x D:405mm Voice Assistant with Amazon Alexia Dolby Vision IQ & Dolby Atmos Freeview HD & Freeview Play LG QNED91 75QNED916QE QNED MiniLED 75" 4K Smart TV Looking for the ultimate home cinema experience? So if you want a TV that comes with the ultimate in personalised user experience and brings your favourite films and 50cm deep TV shows to life in astonishing detail, look no further than the LG QNED91 75QNED916QE... From Hughes.
Width: 167.1 cm
Height: 103.7 cm
Depth: 39.9 cm
4K Ultra HD Google TV OS 4K HDR Processor X1 Freeview HD Tuner WiFi & Bluetooth Connectivity Full Array LED HDR Black Finish Sony BRAVIA XR-75X85LU 75" Full Array LED 4K HDR Google TV Experience the ultimate in home entertainment with the Sony BRAVIA XR-75X85LU 75" Full Array LED 4K HDR Google 50cm deep TV. This premium 50cm deep TV has a larger screen size that is ideal for enjoying your favourite movies and TV shows in incredible detail. Buy at Hughes.
Width: 189.3 cm
Height: 116.8 cm
Depth: 40.5 cm
Immerse yourself in a world of spectacular colors, deep contrast, and remarkable detail, making every scene come alive with cinematic realism. Indulge in the brilliance of Dolby Vision as this 50cm deep TV supports enhanced HDR content. Access a wide range of entertainment options with the built-in Freeview Play feature on the TCL 85C645K. 4K Ultra HD Android Smart OS 60Hz Refresh Rate Gaming Mode Dolby Atmos Sound HDR10+ QLED TV Google Assistant Need a wall bracket? Buy from Hughes.
Width: 190.1 cm
Height: 117 cm
Depth: 45.3 cm
OS F Energy Rated 60Hz Refresh Rate H:1170mm x W:1901mm x D:453mm Twin Tuner S-Master Digital Amplifier Vertical Surround EngineTake your viewing experience to the next level with your new Sony LCD 4K TV This Sony KD85X80LU 2023 Model is the suitable choice for anyone looking to upgrade their home entertainment experience. The TV also has Sony's Triluminos Display which creates a wide color palette, creating a more realistic image. Buy at Hughes.
Width: 168.6 cm
Height: 104.5 cm
Depth: 41.5 cm
And with a wide viewing angle, you can enjoy your favourite shows from anywhere in the room. In conclusion, the Sony BRAVIA KD75X75WLPU 75" LED 4K HDR Smart Google TV with Dolby Atmos is the ultimate entertainment experience for any home. 4K Ultra HD Google TV OS 4K Processor X1 Freeview HD Tuner WiFi & Bluetooth Connectivity LED Display HDR Black Finish Sony BRAVIA KD75X75WLPU 75" LED 4K HDR Smart Google TV. At Hughes.
Width: 191.7 cm
Height: 117.5 cm
Depth: 45.2 cm
OS Smart OS D Energy Rating 120Hz Refresh Rate H:1175mm x W:1917mm x D:452mm Voice Assistant with Amazon Alexia Dolby Vision IQ & Dolby Atmos Freeview HD & Freeview Play LG QNED91 86QNED916QE QNED MiniLED 86" 4K Smart 50cm deep TV Introducing the LG QNED91 86QNED916QE QNED MiniLED 86" 4K Smart 50cm deep TV, the ultimate entertainment experience for your living space. The QNED MiniLED technology brings you exceptional picture quality, with vivid colours, sharp contrasts and deep... Purchase from Hughes.
On the search pages there is an option to sort the results by their price (ascending or descending), or relevance. Click on the drop-down button just above the first result, after "Order by", to change how the results are ordered. Sorting by relevance shows the TV at the top that matches most of the search terms, while sorting by price will show the least expensive or most expensive TV at the top. You can set the ordering to "Price: low to high" to see the cheapest 50cm deep TVs on Furniture Ferret.
Measure both the width and the depth of the floor area where you'd like to put a TV. The easiest way is to use a measuring tape. Hold the start down at the edge of the area, and let it run to the other edge. Make sure the tape is parallel to the side of the area, as otherwise you get a value larger than the reality. If the distance is larger than what you can stretch to, ask a friend to assist, or split the distance into multiple parts. You can do this by either holding the tape down halfway and continuing running it while letting the first end go, or by marking how far you measured on the floor or wall, and start a new measurement. If you want to avoid drawing on the floor, you can position a pointy object like a pen there. Make sure to avoid dead places where the piece of furniture won't go like skirting boards. Also it may be necessary to take the height of the space and the item into account wherever the ceiling is low.
The two things to consider when it comes to colours is balance and associations. Balance means that the colours should ideally be coordinated in some way, so that it looks like a unit. Usual techniques to achieve this are considering a colour wheel, and going for colours that are either quite close to each other, or quite far. Other colour combinations are likely be somewhat jarring because of how our eyes and brains process colour. Associations with and emotions connected to colours are also important to keep in mind, and there is no shortage of guides for these from those by 19th-century Impressionist painters to modern interior design guides. In all likelihood these associations are cultural and learnt, which means that they can be quite different for different people. Blue is often connected to productivity, but also calmness, stability and even sadness. Green is undoubtedly the colour of nature, and is considered to evoke safety, luck and envy (though in other cultures envy is yellow). White can be connected to peacefulness, innocence, cleanliness and emptiness, and, for example, mourning in India. Red is regarded as the colour of friendship, willpower, leadership, desire and anger, which is a very wide range of emotions. But it is clear that in nature, it signals danger and importance, so it should be put next to a calm colour to allow the eye to rest. These emotions are so varied that these guidelines seem to boil down to just this: pause and consider what the colour means for you.
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