Pacific Media's End User Survey Finds Consumers' Interest in Home Theater Projectors Up by Two-Thirds in Last Two Years

Pacific Media Associates (PMA), the worldwide market information experts on front projectors, has released their findings on the current use and future purchase intentions of consumer projector users.

This is the final set of important results from PMA's sixth biennial large-scale (1000 responses) and statistically-representative survey of United States users and intenders of front projectors, both individual consumers and organizations. The survey focused on topics of timely interest, including requests for additional or modified questions from PMA's extensive client base of front projector manufacturers. This set of findings focused on end-user consumers who own, or plan to buy, a home theater projector.

"Our 2011 survey showed an increased interest in front projector use in the home, compared to our previous survey, conducted in 2009," says Dr. William Coggshall, President of PMA. "In 2009, 11% of the survey respondents expected to buy a projector vs. another type of large screen display. Our recent 2011 survey showed that figure has increased to 18%."
 

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