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"What is the best tv size in a master bedroom"

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Dear Master Cecil Lee,

 

is there any particular or the best size of tv in master bedroom or are there any specific sizes to follow ?  Bcos I intended to get a 55” tv  for my master bedroom in bto 4room flat.. so any advise? Thank you and very much appreciated.

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113016823_55inchTV.png.89690d1e0368ded2ad7947369221e673.pngThese are some considerations:

1. Many new homes in Singapore: HDB / ECs and condos use dry wall. 

1.1. And the dry walls are often : one side is say the master bedroom TV wall. And on the other side is a bedroom / bed-head.

1.2. Many TVs still have EMF radiation. For example, at certain locations of the TV (depending on the model) if I were to use an EMF meter.. often the readings are relatively high. 

1.3. Many TVs today are mounted on a wall. And for dry walls, even if the contractor mounts it, they mount it on a piece of plywood. Here, unlike a concrete wall, hopefully the EMF does not penetrate to the other side (a bed-head).

1.4. Thus if a bigger TV means more surface area; to circumvent this, do mount the TV or the edge is higher than a bed-head.

1.5. However, in some instances some clients do use use bunk beds. Thus the bigger the TV, may mean that not possible to mount too low or too high that it is at the same level(s) of the bed-heads on the other side.

2. Under the Holy Trinity of Chinese Luck system...

2.1. We are on this earth for 80 years or more of our life.. and really no issue with having a TV set in the privacy of one's bedroom. For some, the bigger the better. (Other than concern as mentioned under above Para 1... )

stigma.gif.5ad2fc54b0041ae6a0d17d3ddf509422.gif3. Stigma of sleeping with a "mirror" facing the bed?

3.1. In the past and even today, some were told to cover the screen with a cloth. For fear of the reflection of the screen of a TV set. (Long time ago... the culprit was a Plasma TV screen which is highly reflective).

3.2. The tale goes like this: some say that when one sleeps, the person's spirit suddenly sees a mirror image of itself and gets a rude shock!

3.3. The argument also be opposite this. For example, the husband's spirit wakes up and sees the mirror... combs the hair and then "fly" off to meet ....

4. It is like some can eat chili padi while others are sensitive to it. 

5. Coming back to this tale: Some felt that the bigger the screen... and if the unlikely notion that the screen is reflective... need a large cloth to cover the screen.. for those who have a fear of reflective material as mentioned under Para 3.2. above.

6. Common sense:

6.1. Common sense says that every period, there is optimum size of a certain TV screen and its price or the value for money. 55" is today... pretty value for money and about the right size for a bedroom .. HDB/ EC or standard condo unit.

7. Thus really go ahead ... if one wants to. This has more to do with Human/Man luck and not so much of Feng Shui.

8. It becomes a "Feng Shui" problem if for example, the next door family member gets zapped with EMF radiation... ...


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Thank you. Master Cecil Lee for ur prompt reply, I will take note of it.
Bcos nowadays, the TVs’ are getting bigger and bigger in size.. in fact the 55” tv is definitely too big as like what u had mentioned in para 1.4 bigger tv needs bigger surface area. ... so better seek ur advise if there’s any specific rules in Feng Shui.. 

Again, thank you, your message is very clear And really help so much.

4 hours ago, Cecil Lee said:

113016823_55inchTV.png.89690d1e0368ded2ad7947369221e673.pngThese are some considerations:

1. Many new homes in Singapore: HDB / ECs and condos use dry wall. 

1.1. And the dry walls are often : one side is say the master bedroom TV wall. And on the other side is a bedroom / bed-head.

1.2. Many TVs still have EMF radiation. For example, at certain locations of the TV (depending on the model) if I were to use an EMF meter.. often the readings are relatively high. 

1.3. Many TVs today are mounted on a wall. And for dry walls, even if the contractor mounts it, they mount it on a piece of plywood. Here, unlike a concrete wall, hopefully the EMF does not penetrate to the other side (a bed-head).

1.4. Thus if a bigger TV means more surface area; to circumvent this, do mount the TV or the edge is higher than a bed-head.

1.5. However, in some instances some clients do use use bunk beds. Thus the bigger the TV, may mean that not possible to mount too low or too high that it is at the same level(s) of the bed-heads on the other side.

2. Under the Holy Trinity of Chinese Luck system...

2.1. We are on this earth for 80 years or more of our life.. and really no issue with having a TV set in the privacy of one's bedroom. For some, the bigger the better. (Other than concern as mentioned under above Para 1... )

stigma.gif.5ad2fc54b0041ae6a0d17d3ddf509422.gif3. Stigma of sleeping with a "mirror" facing the bed?

3.1. In the past and even today, some were told to cover the screen with a cloth. For fear of the reflection of the screen of a TV set. (Long time ago... the culprit was a Plasma TV screen which is highly reflective).

3.2. The tale goes like this: some say that when one sleeps, the person's spirit suddenly sees a mirror image of itself and gets a rude shock!

3.3. The argument also be opposite this. For example, the husband's spirit wakes up and sees the mirror... combs the hair and then "fly" off to meet ....

4. It is like some can eat chili padi while others are sensitive to it. 

5. Coming back to this tale: Some felt that the bigger the screen... and if the unlikely notion that the screen is reflective... need a large cloth to cover the screen.. for those who have a fear of reflective material as mentioned under Para 3.2. above.

6. Common sense:

6.1. Common sense says that every period, there is optimum size of a certain TV screen and its price or the value for money. 55" is today... pretty value for money and about the right size for a bedroom .. HDB/ EC or standard condo unit.

7. Thus really go ahead ... if one wants to. This has more to do with Human/Man luck and not so much of Feng Shui.

8. It becomes a "Feng Shui" problem if for example, the next door family member gets zapped with EMF radiation... ...

 

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