A recent study commissioned by CSR finds consumers are not satisfied with their current levels of audio quality.
In a poll of 2,000 consumers in the U.S., the U.K., China, Japan and Germany, CSR’s “State of Play” study revealed several interesting facts about why people listen to music and what their expectations are from their music listening experiences.
Highlighting some of the study’s findings: 82 percent of those surveyed rate excellent sound quality as one of the most important features in home audio systems. 79 percent stated that sound quality is more important than the appearance of audio components. The study also found that people desire CD quality sound throughout their homes, and the study confirmed a trend that has been developing and documented by several research companies that consumers prefer easily accessible streaming media.
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