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Digital Aerial problems solved

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Old February 22nd 13, 02:10 PM
Paul Beardsworth Paul Beardsworth is offline
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Default Digital Aerial problems solved

Recently my girlfriend moved house and there was no TV aerial at the property. To save money i decided to fit one myself, it was a job i wasnt looking forward to as i had no knowledge whatsoever in this field.

After trawling the internet for information on the subject i stumbled upon a site that i feel would be of benefit to everyone who is having problems with their digital service.

The cost of my install was less than 100 and included the best quality parts - i now have five televisions on Freeview (with no amplifier) and have good signal on all.

Please check out this site http://www.aerialsandtv.com/digitaltv.html

The site explains everything from choosing the right aerial for your transmitter, wiring diagrams and do's and don'ts.

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