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Vision 9 47-9980(37", 42", 47")

Vision 9 47-9980(37", 42", 47")
alaScore 86

40 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 40 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the usability. The sound is also appreciated, whereas there are some critical opinions about the value for money and image quality.

design, sound, usability

image quality, value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Vision 9 47-9980(37", 42", 47") is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 40 reviews)

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Grundig Vision 9 47-9980 T USB


The Grundig Vision 9 47-9980 T USB TV is a Full HD 47-inch LCD TV with a built-in sound bar. Pricing and availability are not known for the UK market; the TV lists at 2,500 Euros (2,200 GBP) in Germany.

Decent colours ; Easy, intuitive operation ; Excellent motion clarity ; Great sound ; Chic design

24p picture shows 3:2 pulldown judder ; Weak contrast in the home-cinema environment ; Inaccurate HDMI-576i/p processing

The low contrast and 24p judder will turn home-cinema purists away. For everyday TV viewing, however, the Grundig is easy to operate and produces both decent motion clarity and natural colours. And here’s something we can say about very few TVs: The...

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Grundig Vision 9 42-9870 T


Low power-consumption; Excellent operation; Great surround-sound effect and powerful bass; Automated calibration with the supplied microphone

Low contrast; Multimedia? No chance; HDTV signals show reduced color-resolution; Faulty movie de-interlacing; Imperfect 24p playback

In this Grundig we found an excellent everyday TV; it impressed with easy operation, great colors, low power-consumption, and rich bass. But in the dark home-theater the 42-9870 T cuts a less impressive figure: 24p playback stumbles, and the low...