# 16:9 TV Dimensions – Screen Size Chart

The table below shows dimensions for common TV sizes, including diagonal, width, and height dimensions, in inches. This is useful for finding the dimensions of a 16:9 TV screen when you know the diagonal measurement.

This is an important step in figuring out the right size and viewing distance when placing a TV in your room.

## TV Size Chart

Width and height dimensions for common TV sizes in inches and centimeters.
Screen Diagonal Screen Width Screen Height
22″ 19.2″
(48.7 cm)
10.8″
(27.4 cm)
26″ 22.7″
(57.6 cm)
12.7″
(32.4 cm)
32″ 27.9″
(70.8 cm)
15.7″
(39.8 cm)
37″ 32.2″
(81.9 cm)
18.1″(46.1 cm)
40″ 34.9″
(88.6 cm)
19.6″
(49.8 cm)
43″ 37.5″
(95.2 cm)
21.1″
(53.5 cm)
48″ 41.8″
(106.3 cm)
23.5″
(59.8 cm)
50″ 43.6″
(110.7 cm)
24.5″
(62.3 cm)
55″ 47.9″
(121.8 cm)
27″
(68.5 cm)
60″ 52.3″
(132.8 cm)
29.4″
(74.7 cm)
65″ 56.7″
(143.9 cm)
31.9″
(80.9 cm)
70″ 61″
(155 cm)
34.3″
(87.2 cm)
75″ 65.4″
(166 cm)
36.8″
(93.4 cm)
80″ 69.7″
(177.1 cm)
39.2″
(99.6 cm)
85″ 74.1″
(188.2 cm)
41.7″
(105.8 cm)
90″ 78.4″
(199.2 cm)
44.1″
(112.1 cm)

If you don’t see your TV size in this list, then you can also use a screen size calculator to find the dimensions for your display.

## How Wide is a TV Screen?

You can use the screen width formula to figure out how wide a TV is.

screen width = 16 × diagonal / √(16² + 9²)

Thus, the screen width is equal to 16 times the diagonal measurement divided by the square root of 16 squared plus 9 squared.

In this formula, the 16 and 9 values are derived from the aspect ratio of modern televisions, which is 16:9. This formula is derived from the formula to calculate the hypotenuse of a triangle.

For example, let’s find out how wide a 65″ TV is.

65″ TV screen width = 16 × 65 / √(16² + 9²)
65″ TV screen width = 16 × 65 / √(256 + 81)
65″ TV screen width = 16 × 65 / √337
65″ TV screen width = 16 × 65 / 18.36
65″ TV screen width = 16 × 3.54
65″ TV screen width = 56.7″

You might also be interested in our full list of TV and video resolutions.