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Sharp Aquos LC32GD7E 32" Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with FREEVIEW (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
Sharp Aquos LC32GD7E 32" Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with FREEVIEW (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars superb picture, but no EPG guide, 13 Sept. 2006
A great TV, but as the other reviewers said the setup is appalling. That I could live with, but there is NO 7-day EPG guide which makes it just about the only TV without this feature.

Sharp keep saying they are working on a software upgrade. Don't believe them, it hasn't happened yet and once new models come out it'll be dropped.

This feature is available on the cheapest freeview box.


Netgear DG834GT 108Mbps Wireless ADSL Modem Firewall Router with 4-port 10/100 switch
Netgear DG834GT 108Mbps Wireless ADSL Modem Firewall Router with 4-port 10/100 switch
Offered by NETWORK LTD
Price: £63.89

25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars easy to set up but be aware of losing websites, 5 Jun. 2006
I'm not sure why other reviewers complain that it was hard to set-up. If you aren't doing much more than creating a standard internet connection then this does the job, and it even autodetects most of your ISPs settings. I just cannot understand how people screw this up.

But one tip; if you start to find that you are no longer able to connect to web sites without rebooting your machine even having quite happily surfed away for some time then I advise changing your DNS settings on the netgear. I found that if you have DNS auto read from your ISP then it just keeps losing them and it will drive you insane reading about XP fixpacks etc. Manually put your ISPs DNS settings into the router and do not use the auto feature.


Strength Training Anatomy
Strength Training Anatomy
by Frederic Delavier
Edition: Paperback

22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars superb plain and simple with no pointless chapters, 18 May 2006
I'm not a big buyer of health books as most of the ones that I pick up are bulky and full of chapters about diet, clothing and general noise. This book just has biological diagrams of the body and gives several exercises (and varying degrees of difficulty) for each one.

The diagrams are like the Bruce Algra posters on gym walls with drawings of the muscles. I have several friends who have also bought this book as I really recommend it's no nonsense plain style. You can just pick a muscle and design your program around it.

Also the colour coding system is very useful as it shows the secondary muscles effected by an exercise


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