The average price of a home theater has been steadily increasing since the mid-2000s.
A new survey from comScore finds that the average price for a 1080p Blu-ray player rose from $1,000 in 2013 to $1.1 million in 2019.
That’s a pretty big increase, considering that we’re only seeing a slight increase in the price of home theater equipment.
The comScore data also suggests that we have less room for inflation.
In the past decade, the average home theater cost went up by nearly $1 per year.
That means that the typical home theater purchased today is actually about 50 percent more expensive than it was 10 years ago.
In other words, you’re paying more for an average home movie theater now.
And the biggest increases are in theaters with multiplexes.
The average cost for a single theater is now $2,818, which is about 10 percent more than it used to be 10 years back.
That price hike means that theaters are more expensive, and people are paying more to watch movies.
So why is this?
The most obvious reason is that the prices of movies and TV shows are increasing.
If you’re watching the same show on Netflix or Amazon Prime Video, you probably pay more than you used to.
And it’s also more likely that people will spend more money on movies and television shows.
But it’s not just the prices that are rising.
There are other reasons for the increase in price.
The rise in prices comes at a time when people are searching for new ways to get around the cable or satellite provider restrictions that prevent them from paying more.
So in addition to the cost of buying a new home theater, the prices also increase when you rent out a movie theater for a couple of months or longer.
That increases the cost even further.
For example, renting out a theater for just a few months can mean as much as $500 extra per month.
And that’s after you add in the costs of the cable and satellite subscription fees.
So if you’re renting out your home theater for less than a year, you may end up paying more than the full cost of your purchase.
Another reason for the price increase is the increased demand for home theater rentals.
According to comScore, home theater rental demand increased by a whopping 7.2 percent in 2019 compared to the previous year.
And comScore also found that home theater usage increased by about 30 percent over the same time period.
That doesn’t sound like much, but it adds up over a few years, especially if you have multiple devices and multiple people using the home theater.
A few years ago, home theaters were a rare thing, and they were expensive.
But thanks to streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime, they’re no longer a rare experience.
Now they’re commonplace.
Home theater rental costs are up because of Netflix and the rise of the streaming services, but the price is down because of home video rentals.