Goodmans Freesat HD Digital Box with HD Upscaler from SD (GFSAT200HD)

June 23, 2013 - Comment

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Goodmans Freesat HD Digital Box with HD Upscaler from SD (GFSAT200HD)

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A. Pemberton says:

No Problems with my Goodmans Freesat Receiver GFSAT200HD I am disappointed to see three adverse reviews of the Goodmans GFSAT200HD receiver. I bought mine 14 months ago in April 2009 and it has worked like a dream. I get loads of TV and Radio channels, and the two HD channels transmitted at the moment, BBC HD and ITV HD, are fine. There are also a few non-Freesat channels which it receives. It updates automatically when Freesat updates, and now I can also get BBC iPlayer Beta on it which has recently been added. All in all, I am well pleased with it. The only thing I sometimes wish is that it recorded, but hey – I should have bought a recorder if I wanted that! As far as resetting goes, I think I have only had to pull the plug out once in the 14 months, that was when I lost sound. It reset fine. But don’t all of these electronic machines need resetting sometimes – my pc, modem, etc all need the occasional unplug! So I hope I have showed the positive side of the Goodmans GFSAT200HD. All is not bad!

Mr. John J. Haddleton "John (The Musicmaker)" says:

Very Satisfied !! I bought this box before reading the adverse comments above! A good job too, as I am very pleased with this little box.OK, no HDMI lead (got one at the Pound Shop – guess how much!), and yes, its a bit slow on channel change. The reason I have only given 4 stars is that it consumes 14 watts in use, and on standby.A little tip! I had used both HDMI sockets on my TV (one for the Disk player, one for the Virgin Box) – I tried using SCART lead, but poor quality, so bought another HDMI lead (as above), but then found you can get an HDMI ‘splitter’ which accepts two in and one out – result – Happiness!!

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