According to a new survey, there are now 2.73 TV sets in the typical US home.
The average American home now has more television sets than people.
That threshold was crossed within the past two years, according to Nielsen Media Research. There are 2.73 TV sets in the typical home and 2.55 people, the researchers said.
14 responses to “How many TVs do you have in your home?”
I feel sorry for that 1/2 sized person having a watch 3/4 of a TV
4 Computers 🙂
When a study comes out saying that the average house has 2.73 computers with DSL and dual processors and they’re all running the same browser with factory default settings, then I suppose we’ll have something to celebrate.
No life 🙂
1 tv with no reception and a playstation 2
4 TV’s (not including computers receiving streaming video from the network)
2 adults, 3 small children
1 computer with great usage of AdBlock.
2 Adults, 3 Children
1 LARGE Electric Bill 🙁
5 Tellies (in my best British accent)
6 Pooters (in my best Kentucky accent)
3 *Adults* (used loosley)
One thirteen-inch eleven-year old television, in which pushing the power button could result in the tv on in sometimes 30 minutes or less.
And, one adult running Ubuntu off the cd on an old powerbook.
2 TV sets.
1 Media Center DVR.
4 working computers.
Lots of extra computer parts.
And just in case any robbers are watching this thread: 1 gun.
3 people: my parents and I
5 TVs: Dining room, my parent’s bedroom, my bedroom, and two more on the control center. It’s a long story about ‘how to broadcast (legally) satellite cable for all your neighborhood’
2 computers: The one I’m in right now (an AMD k8 2600+ with 1gb ram), and a brand new macbook.