Goodmans GFSAT200HD HD Freesat Receiver pictures

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Goodmans GFSAT200HD HD Freesat Receiver
Goodmans GFSAT200HD HD Freesat Receiver

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  • Goodmans GFSAT200HD HD Freesat Receiver
  • Goodmans GFSAT200HD HD Freesat Receiver
  • Goodmans GFSAT200HD HD Freesat Receiver
  • Goodmans GFSAT200HD HD Freesat Receiver

ffrankmccaffery

June 26, 2008, 6:30 am

could you in future include screenshots of the interface aswell?

jcwacky

June 26, 2008, 6:50 pm

I agree, if the interface is awful, I shall not be buying this. Seeing screenshots will highly influence my buying decision. I understand it may not be easy to capture good looking screenshots from a TV but I think it is worth it just to see the interface.

DavidDB

June 27, 2008, 1:07 am

I wish all reviewers would start testing Subtitle performance


When deaf people rely on Subtitles or the many thousands of users that put it on as an English teaching aid subtitles are really important, sadly sky platform can be appaling, sometimes its down to weather, or dish alignment is not spot on, or subtitles lag so you can be reading what happned five mins ago.


Worse offenders are advert breaks, a big splash across your screen imploring you to BE KIND TO YOUR BOTTOM - Andrex ... and it stubbornly remains there 5 mins into the next programme until your forced to change channel and back.


The Font and Big Bold helvetica font has not changed in 30 years. Its awful, time has moved on when will at least one manufacturer at least try to offer an alternitive.


choose a font, a colour scheme, transparancy, with or without background.


We want real subtitles, not something dreamed up in the days of CEEFAX time has moved on.





Deaf and hard of hearing adults in the UK *





These are the latest estimated figures for the number of deaf and hard of hearing adults in the UK. There are:





* 8,945,000 deaf and hard of hearing people


* 2,474,000 deaf and hard of hearing people aged 16 to 60


* 6,471,000 deaf and hard of hearing people aged over 60


* 8,257,000 people with mild to moderate deafness


* 2,366,000 people with mild to moderate deafness aged 16 to 60


* 5,891,000 people with mild to moderate deafness aged over 60


* 688,000 people with severe to profound deafness


* 108,000 people with severe to profound deafness aged 16 to 60


* 580,000 people with severe to profound deafness aged over 60.





*RNID

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