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lpostdan Posted 7 years 8 months ago
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From Northern Audio & Home Theatre, a dealer in Pittsburgh, comes a suggestion;
The size of the 3D array (50") removes it from consideration when mating it with 50" diag sets, one of the more popular display sizes. It's too long and overhangs the display on both end. In a word, it looks "silly". Offer a smaller edition that works with in smaller spaces and with less substantial, more common displays. I'm certain there is some technical , golden-ears-only justification. Another way of looking at things, however, is to suggest 'listening' to common sense.

Thanks for your attention and your terrific products,

Dan

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Moderator Posted 7 years 8 months ago
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Sure does look silly with a smaller TV, unless maybe if it's on the table top below the TV... that's why we say "the 3D Array soundbar was designed for 55" and larger TV's". Looks great mounted with, or on top of, a 55" or 60" panel. Even looks OK with a 65"

Seems like just yesterday the most popular size was 42". Someone's going to read this post next year and laugh about us talking about 50" and 55" TV's. Sorry Dan, we chose the most likely size range our customer's would have today and maybe even 12 months from now, and the only direction we're going from here is probably bigger.

Thanks for the kind comments.

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