HDTV Still Has Limited Following

Posted: Mar 1 2007, 1:05am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:08am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

HDTV Still Has Limited Following
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So with all the talk about HDTVs latley you'd think everyone has one, well you'd be wrong. Less than 8 per cent of respondents who completed the Television Guide survey into television watching and buying habits own a High Definition Ready television, and just 24 per cent aspire to own a TV of this kind

Most consumers just don't want to invest that much money on their television. 50 per cent of respondents spent less than £300 on their current television(s), and onlyy 11 per cent admitted to spending into the thousands on a television set.However out of those who had spent less than £300 on a television set, 56 per cent would spend more than that on a future purchase which shows that individuals are willing to invest in higher specification models to embrace new technology in the future. Press Release

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