(Entertainment-NewsWire.com, April 16, 2018 ) Home entertainment, both as service and devices, is growing at a steady rate. Viewers can access digital video contents through a number of platforms such as YouTube and Netflix. Contents on these platforms are available either for free or on a subscription basis. Home entertainment devices allow users to play movies and TV shows on other electronic devices. Users can enhance, integrate, and manage the media streaming for live or on-demand content.
Publisher's analysts forecast the global home entertainment market to grow at a CAGR of 10.21% during the period 2017-2021.
the availability of electronic device combinations to be one of the primary growth factors for the home entertainment market. Customers are increasingly demanding for multiple screens that consist of a combination of flat-panel TVs and projection screens. Multiple screens are designed as per the consumer requirement and easily stream the video content on smartphones and various smart devices connected through IoT. With the grwoing availability of VOD services on mobile applications and websites, viewers have started preferring to gain access to video content over secondary screens such as smart devices.
Key vendors - Bose - LG Electronics - Samsung Electronics - Sony - Yamaha
Other prominent vendors - Atlantic Technology - Cambridge Audio - Definitive Technology - Denon Electronics - Edifier International - Focal Dimension - Harman International - JBL - JVC Kenwood
Market challenge - High cost of switching to new technology
Market trend - Growing technological advances
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PART 01: Executive summary PART 02: Scope of the report PART 03: Market research methodology PART 04: Introduction PART 05: Global construction market PART 06: Market drivers PART 07: Market trends PART 08: Global AEC market PART 09: Market segmentation by product PART 10: Geographical segmentation PART 11: Market challenges PART 12: Impact of drivers and challenges PART 13: Five forces model PART 14: Key vendor analysis PART 15: Key vendor profiles