The CEA found that many consumers are now buying HDTVs as secondary sets. The average households now owns 1.8 HDTVs, up from 1.5 in 2009.
HDTVs are also the first product consumers say they want to purchase, with 23 percent planning to buy a new HDTV in the coming months.
In other findings, the CEA said the average U.S. household spent $1,380 on consumer electronics products in the past 12 months, an increase of $151 from the last year.
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