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Broadband firms could be granted greater entry to more than a million kilometres of underground utility ducts, under a review of current regulations to boost infrastructure sharing for broadband companies.

Ministers are looking into opening up access for broadband operators, so their equipment can be carried through "passive" infrastructure owned and used by other telecoms companies, such as utility ducts, poles, masts, pipes, inspection chambers, manholes, cabinets, and antenna installations.

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Clare MacNamara, chief executive of the Broadband Stakeholder Group - the Government's advisory forum for telecoms policy, said: "It is important for the Broadband Stakeholder Group that the right measures are in place to support UK fibre and gigabit rollout in order for industry to meet the target of nationwide availability by 2025.

The rear projection TV contains a red, green, and blue (RGB) projector, which produces the images to the back of the TV. This projector can be CRT, LCD, or DLP. The Toshiba 50H82 model uses CRT projectors. The back of the TV contains a mirror, which receives the picture which combines the RGB colors into any color from the original movie source (from cable, satellite, disc, and so on). The image that is projected to the rear mirror is what the viewer sees in the front screen.

"It makes both economic and common sense for firms rolling out gigabit broadband to make use of the infrastructure that already exists across the country," said Matt Warman, Minister for Digital Infrastructure.

Goodbye, Big Screen Projection TV. You served a purpose well but newer technology has taken over. I mean some new TVs do not even carry the old RCA component or S-Video connectors anymore. HDMI connectors have taken over. Makes me wonder what the next ten years will bring with regards to television tech.

I briefly tested one in my living room. As with the similar AV155 that I'd tried previously, I noticed an immediate improvement in overall sound quality. Pressing the AccuVoice button on the remote cycles through six different levels of dialogue enhancement -- almost overkill, to be honest, but it sure does work well.

Here's a great deal on just such a product: For a limited time, and while supplies last, the Zvox SB380 Sound Bar with AccuVoice Dialogue Boost is on sale for $169.99. Regular price: $300. This is a full-size soundbar, suitable for living rooms. The previous deal was for a smaller one. (If Amazon's supply runs out, which happened last time, you can also get the SB380 from Zvox proper.)

The problem with the rest of the Toshiba 50H82 TV is that there are no other areas to unscrew. The remaining pieces are glued together. Brute force will be needed to break the rest but there is a large glass mirror to deal with.

Torie Marques , 28, said while you might think you have to spend thousands of dollars to get a stylish interiors finish, in fact plenty of items in her home have been bought from Kmart, IKEA and at big Freedom sales (sofas from IKEA pictured)

Locate the screws that are holding the Red Green Blue (RGB) projector assembly from the top. (See Fig 11) Unscrew the projection system and ensure no wires are connected to the rest of the TV. If there are any connected wires, detach or cut.

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Today's deal is an update of one from a couple weeks ago, albeit a different version of the product at a different price. As I noted then (and have mentioned countless times in the past), TV speakers are terrible. And if you happen to be -- sigh -- over 50 like myself, you should probably consider a soundbar that can enhance dialogue, making voices easier to hear.

Grab the plastic piece from the bottom and lift up. The large screen is bulky but not heavy. Put the screen aside and out of the way. You will see a huge area for the projection of image going onto a large mirror on the inner back of the TV. (See Fig 10)

In my opinion, breaking down the Toshiba was not difficult. The design was user friendly for internal access. However, the case around the main components was glued. But I have a solution for destruction.

There's also a feature called Output Leveling, which prevents big spikes in volume (like when commercials come on or there's a noisy action scene). And I was able to "train" the speaker to recognize commands from my Roku remote, definitely a welcome option. However, there's no Bluetooth here, something to consider if you want a speaker that's good for listening to music when the TV's off.

The TVs of today that uses LCD or LED technology are very lightweight. Even though I purchased a 50 inch LED TV with someone to help me, I really didn't need the assistance. The box is large but there were two straps to handle and carry the box. I am not that strong but I was able to lift the box and move it around by myself without any problems.

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