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Region: Asia
Category: Media

Asia Media

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  • Home Audio and Cinema in Taiwan

    ... the same time, shrinking home sizes and the growing desire for convenience are increasingly leading consumers to listen to music via portable electronics such as wireless speakers and smartphones instead of via older, bulkier devices ... Read More

  • Home Video in Taiwan

    ... a significant increase in demand for larger in-home electronics, as most consumers are content to keep older products as long as they are still functioning well. As a result, the replacement cycle for televisions is ... Read More

  • Portable Players in Taiwan

    ... services. Whereas CDs take up space in the home, digital music files can be saved in cloud networks, meaning they need not take up storage space on smartphones or computers. Moreover, music in digital format ... Read More

  • Portable Players in China

    ... launching the respective smart speakers of Google Home, Home Pod and Echo, domestic internet companies, including Alibaba Group Holding, Xiaomi Technology Co, JD.com and Baidu, produced their own-brand smart speakers. To gain share, leading brands ... Read More

  • Portable Players in Indonesia

    ... with e-readers and attract the same market segment. Although e-readers are better in terms of eye protection and battery life, these advantages do not attract Indonesians as much as tablets. Most of Amazon’s e-books are ... Read More

  • Portable Players in Singapore

    ... sync with devices such as, laptops, smartphones and tablets through wireless connectivity, making it easy to listen to good quality audio around the home and on-the-go. Portable wireless speakers are also replacing home audio systems ... Read More

  • Portable Players in Turkey

    ... portable media players. However, thanks to their convenience and mobility, wireless speakers are growing in popularity among young and tech-savvy urban consumers, with overall portable players sales thus starting to recover, despite the drastic fall ... Read More

  • Portable Players in Vietnam

    ... are attractive to a small but growing group of consumers who want to enjoy louder music with their friends during special occasions and on trips. However, after the very strong volume growth seen in 2017, ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in Turkey

    ... of smartphones and wireless speakers in Turkey, thanks to massive cellular broadband infrastructure investments by network providers, have also contributed to this downwards trend, resulting in a fall in demand not only for hi-fi systems, ... Read More

  • Home Video in China

    ... trading up to high-end devices. More specifically, TVs with a larger screen and higher resolution, such as 4K and even 8k, were favoured by consumers due to their quality visual display. 4K LCD TVs became ... Read More

  • Home Video in Hong Kong, China

    ... TVs remained in the premium range in 2018. The entry price point for OLED TV was around HKD10,000, whilst LCD TVs’ entry point is around HKD3,000. Since OLED has yet to replace LCD TVs in ... Read More

  • Home Video in India

    ... internet penetration and the increasing availability of affordable data plans, consumers have embraced the use of video streaming websites. The cost of subscription to these video streaming websites is very affordable and, with a wide ... Read More

  • Home Video in Thailand

    ... entertainment devices. Due to the limited space in apartments, televisions that require less space and less wiring and seem invisible are ideal. Thus, OLED and QLED TVs have an advantage over LCD or LED TVs ... Read More

  • Home Video in the Philippines

    ... The middle class in the Philippines is growing, which means that consumers have more disposable income to purchase consumer electronics such as LCD televisions, which a decade ago were only affordable for high-income households. Secondly, ... Read More

  • Home Video in Japan

    ... to replace their televisions to ensure they have the latest technology, with big screens and high definition. The other is the replacement cycle. There was a huge spike in purchases during the period 2009-2011, caused ... Read More

  • Home Video in Malaysia

    ... marginal share of television volume sales, with LCD TVs accounting for the vast majority. Despite the strong growth, the retail volume share of OLED TVs is set to remain marginal by 2023, primarily due to ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in Hong Kong, China

    ... less upfront cost, as the entire system can be bought in one purchase. Even though wired speakers offer higher audio fidelity, the gap between wireless speakers and wired audio systems is narrowing. Luxury wireless speakers ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in Japan

    ... down by wireless speakers in 2018. People do still listen to music, but the majority is via smartphones, whether it be data in smartphones, in their personal cloud or from music or video streaming services. ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in Singapore

    ... system consisting of an amplifier or player and speakers to play music in good quality. However, as digitisation has occurred with advances in technology, formats on which to store audio and video have evolved into ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in South Korea

    ... performance is expected to be seen by digital media player docks, followed by hi-fi systems. The rising popularity of wireless speakers will continue to negatively influence sales of digital media player docks. The constant decline ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in the Philippines

    ... continues to grow due to the multi-functionality and convenience of these devices. Rising demand for convenience and a trend towards apartment living, especially in urban areas, have fuelled sales of digital media player docks. However, ... Read More

  • Portable Players in India

    ... there is no requirement for an additional portable player, thereby largely limiting the use and sale of these devices. Portable MP3 players, such as Apple’s iPod and Sony’s Walkman Players, are experiencing a rapid decline ... Read More

  • Portable Players in Japan

    ... Bose, JBL, Anker, Onkyo and Panasonic. These speakers, smart or not, are changing how people listen to music, with their feature of portability. Euromonitor International's Portable Players in Japan report offers a comprehensive guide to ... Read More

  • Portable Players in Malaysia

    ... newspaper, The Star, in 2017, the Malaysian Book Publishers Association states that printed books account for 99% of books sold in Malaysia as many consumers still prefer to read books in print. The decline can ... Read More

  • Portable Players in South Korea

    ... and Kakao, produce smart speakers with AI technologies. Their speakers connect with internet services such as the Naver Melon music streaming service, as well as providing many other services through the voice control system. Smart ... Read More

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