Why no 4K TV's in smaller sizes?

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Posted 22nd May
Looking to upgrade to a 4K TV. Currently have a 32" Sony Bravia smart TV which is the ideal size as our house is quite small.

Been looking for a 4K Inthis size and they don't seem to make them. Why do you think this is?
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Because you wouldn't be able to see any difference ?
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Because you wouldn't be able to see any difference ?
It's generally thought that HD is just as good in sizes less than 43" - Hence no small 4K's
Our room is 13 ' x 12' and we have a 65" TV . Seems big at first but soon get used to the size . Go on be a devil and go for a 49" + , you'll not regret it. Just watch out for the ones with legs at either end rather than central as you need a bigger cabinet for them.
Edited by: "yorkie12" 22nd May
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"4K TV, or UHD as it’s sometimes known, is the newest and most high-tech offering for TV resolution and picture quality. The picture is 3,840 x 2,160 pixels, which is over eight million pixels in total, giving four times the detail of a HD TV. Picture quality is exceptionally sharp, with lots of detail and depth.

Generally, these are big screen models of 40 inches or over, as you need a larger display to appreciate the picture quality fully."

So, as other comments have correctly pointed out, there's no real point in having a small screen as your eye wouldn't notice the benefit.
Supply and demand. People aren't buying <40 in large volume any more.
However, feel free to buy a 4K monitor at that size in 4K
yorkie1222/05/2020 11:51

Our room is 13 ' x 12' and we have a 65" TV . Seems big at first but soon …Our room is 13 ' x 12' and we have a 65" TV . Seems big at first but soon get used to the size . Go on be a devil and go for a 49" + , you'll not regret it. Just watch out for the ones with legs at either end rather than central as you need a bigger cabinet for them.


Agree.
Had a 42" in bedroom which i replaced with a 50" 4k. At first i thought this is too large for the area but now am use to it, it doesnt feel out of place.
You could always get a 4K monitor
Get a bigger house if you want 4K
on a 32" 4k tv you would need to sit max 3ft away to benefit. rtings.com/tv/…hip that link gives you distances and explains...
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