The average price of a TV set is now more than $1,000,000 according to a new study by The Nielsen Company, and it’s even more expensive than that for some of the more popular televisions.
The study, which uses data from Nielsen’s own TV ratings, also found that the average American household spent $1.3 million on television in 2017.
The most popular sets include the Dolby Atmos and Samsung Smart TVs, as well as Sony TVs and LG TVs.
The most expensive TVs are usually set in a different color than the ones they are attached to, and often have built-in speakers, a separate remote, and sometimes a separate sound bar, the report found.
But the most expensive sets have a built- in battery and power supply that can run for more than a month, and the most common models have built in speakers that can output up to 6.4 hours of music per charge, according to the report.
Most of the televisions surveyed have one of the top four or five audio options: Dolby A2, Dolby Pro Logic II, Dolfus, or LG’s new HDR sound bar.
The cheapest TV set on the market is the $150 Amazon Echo Show, which has two sets that can only output one channel at a time.
And the cheapest Roku TV, which only offers one channel, is the Roku Prime.
The study also found most of the TVs surveyed are built for use in large households, so a room of 10 people or more has the potential to have a higher price tag.
The cheapest TVs are a mix of high-end, premium-priced and budget-priced models, with the most popular models ranging from $399.99 to $499.99, according the report, and some of those prices are even higher for older models.
The average American home had a total of more than 6.5 million TVs in 2017, according a study released in February by consumer electronics research firm IHS Markit.
That’s up from 5.5 billion in 2016.
The report also found the average television was purchased in more than one state.
The majority of TVs purchased in the U.S. in 2017 were bought in the Midwest and West.
The Northeast and the South also had a high number of TV purchases.
According to Nielsen, the majority of the country’s households were able to find a TV for less than $200.
Most of the time, a person would pay around $300 for a TV, while the average was around $400.
And that’s only for the most recent quarter, according of the report released Feb. 12.