The days when tenants would be happy with a simple TV aerial socket in the corner of the living room to provide their entertainment are over.
Now they want a gazillion channels, and they want a monster high- definition telly to watch them on.
And that's not all. Tenants do not want bulky loudspeakers with messy wires trailing all over the carpet. They want speakers concealed behind the walls or in the ceiling, controlled by remotes so they can listen to their favourite music in any room, including the loo.
Entertainment systems like this used to be the preserve of the rich, but plummeting prices have made them much more widely affordable. Cost-conscious …