It would have to sit in front of the stand... And the height of the soundbar is fine for this TV (and all other Samsungs that were on display).. View wasn't obstructed at all. I was carrying the soundbar around the shop testing it on different TV's lol. Would probably obstruct the bottom of most other TV's though if placed on same shelf.
Did it fit on top of the stand? When I measured it it didn't seem like it would obstruct the screen by much at all.
Thank you. I went along to John Lewis today with a tape measure and had a good look. They actually had this TV displayed with the soundbar... And it sits very nicely.
I think the TV's remote is RF, so even if you block the sensor when you're sitting down you'll be okay, you'd just need to get line-of-sight for on-off functions.
Yep but that's indecisive as the LG was close to the ground and the Samsung at head height. Only so much moving around and messing with settings I could do with wife in tow. LG rep saying LG nano tech means better viewing angles but it won't make much difference as our tv will be 3 metres or so away from a corner sofa and the tv will be facing it. No issues with a 6 year old Samsung so highly doubt they will be worse on either tv. LG just looked slightly washed out as Samsung can get a lot brighter while still retaining normal looking colours