|Half of Americans Aren't Happy with Their TVs - a Third Cite Size as the Problem|
|Home Theater News Industry-Trade News|
|Written by Dick Ward|
|Wednesday, 23 November 2011|
Sony and Harris Interactive conducted a poll earlier this month to find out just how attached people are to their TVs. The results are a bit surprising as it turns out over half of TV owners are unhappy with their current sets. Of those dissatisfied owners, 32% say that the size of their TV is the biggest problem. We'll just go ahead and assume that means that those folks would like bigger TVs - it's hard to imagine many complaints the other way around.
31% of people said that the age of their TV is the main problem, stating that they were embarrassed at just how old their set is. A still significant 26% said that their needs aren't satisfied in another way, be it in connectivity features or a lack of 3D capabilities. Those numbers are pretty significant and, of course, Sony is hoping that all that dissatisfaction turns into sales this holiday season.