Goodmans Smart Talk Freeview Digital Set Top Box with Talking Feature for Poor Vision & Hearing (GDB20TTS)

February 19, 2014 - Comment

Twin scart digital set top box Freeview tuner Talking 7 day electronic programme guide Talking on-screen help and menus One touch audio description and subtitles Reminders facility ? don?t miss you favourite programmes 7 Day EPG Less than 1W standby power Interactive services (Red Button) Digital text Easy to set-up and install with on-screen help

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(as of April 20, 2020 6:45 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Twin scart digital set top box Freeview tuner Talking 7 day electronic programme guide Talking on-screen help and menus One touch audio description and subtitles Reminders facility ? don?t miss you favourite programmes 7 Day EPG Less than 1W standby power Interactive services (Red Button) Digital text Easy to set-up and install with on-screen help features 4:3 / 16:9 Switchable screen format Subtitles Parental lock 2 x Scart sockets RF loop through Remote control 1x RF cable included Also includes Instruction manual and Quick start guide Energy saving trust recommended

Product Features

  • Mini size triple USB power AC adapter
  • Triple USB ports to charge up to three devices at once
  • Charge your iPad, iPhone, iPod or any other USB devices with AC adapter
  • LED power indicator

Comments

Coffer Lover says:

Good Choice I have just had this box installed on my TV and it has exceeded my expectations. Being visually impaired, it offers a clear, easy to use remote control, menus and electronic programme guide (EPG).The voiceover feature (called TF) reads out information such as the channel name, number, program title, start and finish times etc and can be turned on or off if not required. It could quickly become irritating to those who aren’t visually impaired! You can also control the volume of the voiceover and how fast it talks. As well as this, you can change the font sizes and colour scheme of the viewing guide and menus from the standard white on blue to a more intense white on black which may suit some folks better.The remote control also controls the on/off, volume, mute and AV extensions on my present TV which means I only need one clear, practical remote control which simplifies my viewing pleasure. I didn’t do the setting up, so can’t comment on this, but others seems…

Amazon Customer says:

The Talk Feature is great if you need it, and this well featured Digibox offers other help for those with poor vision/hearing Got this for my 75+ year old mum as her old digibox had packed in. This is the world’s first talking FreeView box. In the box was the large remote control with easy to read buttons + batteries, the printed manual & quickstart guide, 13A mains 5V transformer, a SCART lead and a co-ax aerial lead. This Smart Talk Digibox was easy to install, and the chatting bloke usefully talked me through the setup [via the TV speaker], saying number of channels found, what to do and stuff. The rear of the Digibox has twin SCARTs for recorder and TV, the loopthrough aerial sockets [no RF out though so you can’t tune an analogue TV channel to the aerial, you have to view via the SCART leads AV1/2]. The Digibox found all the expected channels and response via the remote is good. However once the Digibox was up and running my mum found the Talk Feature voice over too much and we switched it off – her eyesight is poor, but with reading glasses the large buttoned remote and large on-screen text was all she…

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