Written on: 28/06/2005 by Durbsy (1 review written)
Goodmans GDB2 - Overall not a bad product but would have liked to get more than 12 months out of it… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/04/2005 by nibor1 (1 review written)
The Goodmans GDB2 freeview box was a Bad buy, I got one years use out of it… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/10/2004 by Robbieb1978 (2 reviews written)
The Goodmans GDB2 box is good and works well with good features and is reliable until now. The machine is constantly freezing or rebooting. I have looked into this problem and found various articles on the machine regarding an update that was pushed down across the TV network. I have found a firmware update and will apply this tomorrow and will also place feedback on the update. Please wait for feedback before updating yours, I will post back late Saturday.
Link I will use is… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/06/2003 by Horace. (1 review written)
The Goodmans GDB 2 is an excellent all round set top box.
The price on average from most retailers is £89.99 but those who are keen on a bargin should look to empiredirect.co.uk to pick this box up for £78
The Downside with this box is the dated look, it reminds me of an ice cream box, not very eye catching, maybe that was the designers intention but it's not that easy on the eye.
Secondly the remote control, although it's comfortable to use the amount of buttons to control your… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/06/2003 by David. (1 review written)
well, the GOODMANS GDB-2 is outstanding value for money, at under 80 pounds from most high street electrical retailers. It allows you to receive all the freeview broadcasts, and has excellent picture and sound quality. the box is also very small, so it will neatly sit on top of your tv or vcr. Included with the box is everything you need to be watching digital tv, obviously there is the receiver, but with this there are also scart and RF leads for connecting to tv/vcr, and a remote control… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/03/2003 by Mark_L. (1 review written)
This silver box decodes the digital signal from the Freeview channels, and gives you up to 30 channels, if you're bored flicking between the current 5 terrestrial channels.
The package contains everything you need: RF through cable, SCART cable, one quick-start manual, one user guide, a remote control - including batteries - and the box itself.
The box is modestly styled, with a 'paw-print' motif in the front centre, which is actually the IR detector for the remote, plus three status LED's.
" Poor quality software and Network card " Read More
Written by Krippers
" Not Very good " Read More
Written by Intouchwithtechnology
" Box of wonders " Read More
" French so as bad as the cars! " Read More
" Worked well for over 2 years but having problems with remote " Read More