PRLog - Jan. 8, 2010 - MIAMI -- In a review published today, Televisions.com combines detailed measurements with subjective evaluation of design and picture quality to derive an overall rating for the Grundig Vision 9 42-9870 T. The Grundig achieved a score of 6.6 out of 10 points. The review praises features such as the TV’s low power consumption, the built-in speakers’ powerful bass, and the unusual inclusion of a measurement microphone for automatic audio calibration. But all of this fails to obscure the Grundig’s poor home-cinema performance, the reviewers argue - low contrast, poor colour resolution, and imperfect 24p playback all appear on Televisions.com’
Grundig Vision 9 42-9870 T
The review warns of poor de-interlacing of DVD film content, but lavishes praise on the TV’s menu, which, it says, makes operation highly intuitive. Praise also goes to the backlit remote control, as well as to the channel list’s automatic sorting and the “Help” button - Florian Friedrich, Televisions.com’
Televisions.com also offers the reader advice on how to set up the TV to get the best picture quality, and cites examples of poor performance in specific scenes - one such example is the TV’s poor blacks in “Kill Bill: Volume 1” at playing time 1:38:46. The advice culminates in a list of ideal settings, which Televisions.com provides for all TV and projector reviews. These aim to optimise the device’s picture quality in the home cinema for HD content.
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At its test lab in Munich, Germany, Televisions.com reviews TVs, Blu-ray players, and projectors for the UK and European markets using advanced measurement devices. Thanks to an in-house team of consumer-electronics experts and technicians, it provides in-depth analysis of all aspects of a device’s performance. The company presents these findings at its homepage http://www.televisions.com to help consumers make informed buying decisions.