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Goodmans GDB9 review

6

Whatever's going on inside the Goodmans GDB9, it's not great on the outside. The silver and black styling gives it a dated faux-high-tech look, and the illuminated channel controls in the centre are designed to be a focal point, but end up making it look tacky. It also feels a little plasticky, but it is slim enough to slot into your system without much hassle. The Grundig wins the cosmetic clash hands down.

Goodmans GDB9 review

Goodmans GFSAT200HD review

8

Hot on the heels of Humax's first Freesat receiver comes this identically-priced Goodmans model. For the cost of the box and installation (around £80) you can enjoy a wide selection of subscription-free standard-definition TV and radio stations, plus hi-def material from the BBC and ITV.

Goodmans GFSAT200HD review

Goodmans GFSAT100SD review

7

The external design shares relatively little with the other two – a grey plastic front panel has a 'cluster' of control keys at the right-hand end (rather than the line of buttons), and there's no chromed stripe across this model. But that's about it. Inside, the story is just the same and functionally the GFSAT100SD is just the same.

Goodmans GFSAT100SD review

Goodmans GTVL19W17HDVF review

8

Aimed squarely at the bedroom or kitchen, this one-stop entertainment system is remarkably well connected for something so apparently self-contained, with HDMI, component and Scart providing more than enough socketry to make it a viable stand-in TV for the main room, and a USB and card reader handling your multimedia needs

Goodmans GTVL19W17HDVF review

Goodmans GTVL26W17HDF review

6

Few people in their right mind are going to invest in Sky HD, a Blu-ray player, or an HD DVD machine unless they're planning to hook their kit up to a screen that's capable of offering a good impression of the high definition experience. Maybe we're wrong.

Goodmans GTVL26W17HDF review

Goodmans PDP42X20 review

4

We don't want any school bully accusations thrown at us, because Goodmans doesn't claim to be in the premier league of flatscreen TV manufacturers, but this 42-inch plasma is a waste of money

Goodmans PDP42X20 review

Goodmans 1104 review

8

Slightly different to the rest of the DAB competition, this bedroom-style micro system with standalone speakers from Goodmans keeps things simple. With no FM or other bands, it just mixes the essentials: DAB radio and a CD player

Goodmans LD1501 review

8

The more sceptical of you will rightly be suspicious about this budget offering from Goodmans. However, there is hope for those looking to save a bit of cash, as this 15in 4:3 LCD offering has a surprisingly good picture...

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