How Are AV Buying Decisions Made in Your Household?

Geoff Morrison’s recent blog, ”Death to the 'WAF' (Wife Acceptance Factor”), got us thinking about how household buying decisions are made when it comes to AV gear. Select the scenario that best describes the situation in your household and, as always, we encourage you to leave a comment to explain your choice, talk about exceptions, etc.
How Are AV Buying Decisions Made in Your Household?
I make all AV buying decisions on my own without consulting my spouse/significant other. I am male.
40% (390 votes)
I make all AV buying decisions on my own without consulting my spouse/significant other. I am female.
1% (7 votes)
I make most AV buying decisions on my own but consult my spouse/significant other on big-ticket purchases. I am male.
42% (402 votes)
I make most AV buying decisions on my own but consult my spouse/significant other on big-ticket purchases. I am female.
0% (3 votes)
I consult my spouse/significant other before purchasing any new AV gear. I am male.
17% (162 votes)
I consult my spouse/significant other before purchasing any new AV gear. I am female.
0% (3 votes)
Total votes: 967

COMMENTS
Iamhoosier1's picture

At the time of this comment there are 66 votes from males that make 100% of the decisions without consulting with their spouse/significant other. IMO there are 66 liars or 66 pending divorces. :-)

sirwilliamlee's picture

there are some households who realize the old ways work best.

eaverse's picture

After I finally convinced my wife we needed a new speaker setup, we purchased the GoldenEar Aon 3's. After a week went by she told me we needed the matching center and surrounds. Lol.

allanmarcus's picture

I ask my wife and she said I was't allowed to vote.

:-)

true audio's picture

I was stuck at a red light for years, and finally had enough. Put my foot on the gas and got what I wanted. Needless to say, I'm no longer married. Sucks, just wanted my cake and eat it too !

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