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Find the perfect place for a 40 inch TV in your home

What types of small TVs are available?

There are all kinds of smaller TVs on the market, ranging from 36 inches up to 45 inches, with 40 inch TVs and 43 inch TVs being the most popular. There are LED and QLED TVs, the latter the name coined by Samsung, and TVs boasting resolution from 1,080p up to 4K Ultra HD with HDR for the best picture possible.

Available from brands like Hisense, Insignia, LG, Samsung, Sony, TCL, Toshiba, and Vizio, there are smaller displays that have smart TV platforms like Fire TV, Roku, LG webOS, and Tizen so you can easily access web-based content and your favourite streaming services.

Some 43 inch TVs, and even those smaller than that, are also compatible with smart home platforms like Google, Alexa, and Apple HomeKit; and can be controlled by voice using Google Assistant and/or Amazon Alexa.

Where is a good place for a 40 inch TV?

While you might prefer to have a bigger screen as your primary display in the living room, theatre room, basement, or den, sometimes a smaller screen is best for a room like a bedroom, kitchen, kid's room, or even home office. Smaller ones like a 40 inch TV might fit better in such spaces, especially if the room is small or awkwardly shaped and a larger TV might be too overpowering.

And some 40 inch TVs (or those of similar size) have features like ambient mode that can mimic the colour and design of the wall around it so it blends in when not in use, or gallery/art mode for displaying pieces of art, photos, or photo slideshows when you aren't actively watching something.

What considerations should you take when buying a small-sized TV?

First, you want to make sure that the TV will be big enough for the room in relation to where you'll be sitting to watch: there can be a big difference between a 39 inch TV and a 45 inch TV, for example.

Then, consider mounting options: are you going to sit it on a piece of furniture or mount it to the wall? If the former, consider things like safety straps to keep it from toppling over, especially if it will be somewhere like a basement or kid's room. If the latter, you'll need a good mount. Other safety-related items worth getting include cable management and surge protectors.

Also consider sound: the TV's built-in speakers likely aren't sufficient enough so look at a small soundbar to go with it, multi-room audio speakers that can connect to the TV, or home theatre speakers you can set up to offer improved and surround sound.

Look at connectivity as well: if the TV is smart, you won't have to worry about connecting other devices to stream your favourite shows. But if you want to connect devices like a streaming stick, streaming media player, video gaming console, or Blu-ray player, there needs to be enough HDMI ports that are easy to get to. Some smaller TVs only have two while others have up to four.

Find the perfect place for a 40 inch TV in your home

What types of small TVs are available?

There are all kinds of smaller TVs on the market, ranging from 36 inches up to 45 inches, with 40 inch TVs and 43 inch TVs being the most popular. There are LED and QLED TVs, the latter the name coined by Samsung, and TVs boasting resolution from 1,080p up to 4K Ultra HD with HDR for the best picture possible.

Available from brands like Hisense, Insignia, LG, Samsung, Sony, TCL, Toshiba, and Vizio, there are smaller displays that have smart TV platforms like Fire TV, Roku, LG webOS, and Tizen so you can easily access web-based content and your favourite streaming services.

Some 43 inch TVs, and even those smaller than that, are also compatible with smart home platforms like Google, Alexa, and Apple HomeKit; and can be controlled by voice using Google Assistant and/or Amazon Alexa.

Where is a good place for a 40 inch TV?

While you might prefer to have a bigger screen as your primary display in the living room, theatre room, basement, or den, sometimes a smaller screen is best for a room like a bedroom, kitchen, kid's room, or even home office. Smaller ones like a 40 inch TV might fit better in such spaces, especially if the room is small or awkwardly shaped and a larger TV might be too overpowering.

And some 40 inch TVs (or those of similar size) have features like ambient mode that can mimic the colour and design of the wall around it so it blends in when not in use, or gallery/art mode for displaying pieces of art, photos, or photo slideshows when you aren't actively watching something.

What considerations should you take when buying a small-sized TV?

First, you want to make sure that the TV will be big enough for the room in relation to where you'll be sitting to watch: there can be a big difference between a 39 inch TV and a 45 inch TV, for example.

Then, consider mounting options: are you going to sit it on a piece of furniture or mount it to the wall? If the former, consider things like safety straps to keep it from toppling over, especially if it will be somewhere like a basement or kid's room. If the latter, you'll need a good mount. Other safety-related items worth getting include cable management and surge protectors.

Also consider sound: the TV's built-in speakers likely aren't sufficient enough so look at a small soundbar to go with it, multi-room audio speakers that can connect to the TV, or home theatre speakers you can set up to offer improved and surround sound.

Look at connectivity as well: if the TV is smart, you won't have to worry about connecting other devices to stream your favourite shows. But if you want to connect devices like a streaming stick, streaming media player, video gaming console, or Blu-ray player, there needs to be enough HDMI ports that are easy to get to. Some smaller TVs only have two while others have up to four.