Friday 31 January 2014
Stiftung Warentest presents five television from the previous year that are really good, but cost little. The best 32-inch model costs around 450, the No. 1 40-inch 540 euros.
the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, manufacturers have re-introduced a number of new television, which attract many new or improved features and will soon be available in the electronic markets. Much better than the current models, these TVs are not necessarily writes Stiftung Warentest in the February issue of the magazine “test”, but in any case more expensive.
thronging novelties, however, ensure that the previous models offered cheaper and now come bargain-hunters at their expense. Stiftung Warentest has ten models with 32-inch screens and nine devices with focusing screens 39-42 inches picked from its databases, which have a reasonable price-performance ratio. Really good but are only five television. Stiftung Warentest average prices at which online retailers undercut mostly, sometimes they are but more expensive.
Without 3D cheaper
In models with a screen diagonal of 80 centimeters (32 inches) provides the 3D-capable LG 32LA6208 the best picture quality. The median price of the TV with an overall score of 2.5 is 450 euros. Although the Samsung UE32F6270 has a slightly better overall grade and provides a default resolution of even better pictures. The auditors but have registered with it during fast movements slight stuttering and he is not 3D capable. For the TV with around 380 euros is significantly cheaper than the LG TV.
For those who want the best image quality value (39 to 42 inches) with the Samsung UE40F6470 in our best-models with screen sizes 98-107 centimeters. He can represent 3D signals is very versatile and easy to use. Commercially, the device with the top rating 2.2 can be had for an average price of 540 euros. Stiftung Warentest also has the LG 42LA6408 (595 euros) and the Grundig 40 VLE 7321 BL found (505 euros) for “good” and cheap. However, the Grundig TV is not 3D capable.