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I was considering mounting my TV -- an LG OLED 4K 65-inch 2015 model -- and Sonos Playbar on the wall, but have held off (any work you do in a Manhattan apartment tends to be an expensive proposition). When sitting on the couch, the middle of the TV is currently at eye level, so it's well placed.

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The couch is about 10 feet away from the TV. There is a shade that blocks the light from coming in.

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I stacked the Xbox One on top of the PS4 Pro because the Xbox One S needs to breathe from the top.

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Closeup of the two consoles. I use the Xbox One for 4K Blu-rays. I was sad that the PS4 did not offer 4K Blu-ray support.

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LG has discontinued 3D support in its latest OLED models. But the 2015 and 2016 models have it (it's the best 3D available).

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Top-down view of the Sonos Playbar.

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I use a couple of Sonos Play:1's as rear channel speakers.

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Harmony remote.

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View inside the TV cabinet -- a mess of cables.

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Side view of the TV.

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