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"Set Top" Aerial recommendations

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Old July 12th 03, 01:20 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Richard Williams
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Default "Set Top" Aerial recommendations

In article ,
Some bloke wrote:
"Doctor D." wrote
Antiference http://www.antiference.co.uk/indoor.htm or the Labgear


I've tried both of these with a SetPal, and I found the Labgear to provide
considerably superior results. It also provided a better result than a
One-For-All aerial that you can buy in Maplins.

Boosters, either integrated or separate have never made any difference to me
with regards to DTT reception.

Another vote for the Labgear Tristar. I have the version with a booster
(Tristar Supreme), but it works well with the booster switched off in my
area, at least with a Setpal box. However, according to the on-screen
meter the signal is indeed stronger with the booster switched on, which
might make a difference if reception is marginal, or if you have a less
sensitive box. Argos sells both versions of the Tristar.



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