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Amplified Digital Indoor HDTV Aerial with Built-in Amplifier £6.99 prime (£8.98 non-prime) by 1Byone Fulfilled by Amazon

£6.99 @ Amazon
Been tempted by this due to the reviews and to the £3 code on the page - not sure how long it's already there, I just found about the code this morning. Hoping it will improve the number of channels … Read More
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Been tempted by this due to the reviews and to the £3 code on the page - not sure how long it's already there, I just found about the code this morning.
Hoping it will improve the number of channels I get - never had great signal since the digital switch over.

Promo info:
Save £3.00 when you purchase 1 or more 1byone Amplified Digital Indoor HDTV Aerial offered by 1Byone Products Inc.. Enter code VLDCTHBE at checkout. Here's how (terms and conditions apply)

Product info:
30dB High Gain Reception - Built-in amplifier boosts signal strength and improves reception.
Easy Operation - Fast and easy set up in 3 steps - Unwrap, Plug in, and Scan channels.
Attractive Elegant Design - Handsome black flat panel fits your home decor; looks great in any room.
Proper 1.5m cable - Easy and flexible positioning for best reception and Minimize the loss of signals.
Power Supply Included - Powered by external power adapter (DC 6V) included in the package.
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#1
these things are absolutely useless unless you live near a Freeview Transmitter station, but heat for the price

Edited By: jayman1986 on Dec 08, 2016 09:45: .
1 Like #2
jayman1986
these things are absolutely useless unless you live near a Freeview Transmitter station, but heat for the price
Thanks for the heat. After reading the reviews (not just on this one) it looks like you have to find a proper angle/position to get the signal right. For this price I'm willing to try it.
1 Like #3
I had something similar previously and encountered 2 problems. 1.5m cable is too short to reach my windowsill and for best results it does need direct line of sight of a transmitter. As a result, I got zero channels. Didn't help that the nearest transmitter to me is some 15km away
1 Like #4
thanks op :) just ordered for my son for christmas
1 Like #5
MZzzz
I had something similar previously and encountered 2 problems. 1.5m cable is too short to reach my windowsill and for best results it does need direct line of sight of a transmitter. As a result, I got zero channels. Didn't help that the nearest transmitter to me is some 15km away
ZERO channels??? I need more than that, LOL.
#6
Even when you get a signal, they dont last. I have had 3 1byone electronic antenna, and not one has lasted 18 months.

One of my Christmas projects is to build my own - I found various plans on t'interwebs.
#7
Santa001
MZzzz
I had something similar previously and encountered 2 problems. 1.5m cable is too short to reach my windowsill and for best results it does need direct line of sight of a transmitter. As a result, I got zero channels. Didn't help that the nearest transmitter to me is some 15km away
ZERO channels??? I need more than that, LOL.
Yup. Zero. Maybe I had a faulty aerial and maybe you will have more joy. Line of sight helps enormously. It doesn't take long to set up and if you have no joy, because it's via Amazon, should be easy enough to send back for a full refund
#8
MZzzz
I had something similar previously and encountered 2 problems. 1.5m cable is too short to reach my windowsill and for best results it does need direct line of sight of a transmitter. As a result, I got zero channels. Didn't help that the nearest transmitter to me is some 15km away


you need a proper aerial outside or in your loft- depending on how high your house is.
1 Like #9
jayman1986
MZzzz
I had something similar previously and encountered 2 problems. 1.5m cable is too short to reach my windowsill and for best results it does need direct line of sight of a transmitter. As a result, I got zero channels. Didn't help that the nearest transmitter to me is some 15km away
you need a proper aerial outside or in your loft- depending on how high your house is.

Thanks but not an option - lower ground flat and outdoor aerials not permitted. Hence why I have tried a number of these.
1 Like #10
MZzzz
Santa001
MZzzz
I had something similar previously and encountered 2 problems. 1.5m cable is too short to reach my windowsill and for best results it does need direct line of sight of a transmitter. As a result, I got zero channels. Didn't help that the nearest transmitter to me is some 15km away
ZERO channels??? I need more than that, LOL.
Yup. Zero. Maybe I had a faulty aerial and maybe you will have more joy. Line of sight helps enormously. It doesn't take long to set up and if you have no joy, because it's via Amazon, should be easy enough to send back for a full refund
Exactly - Amazon = return/full refund. Reason why I'm getting one from there :)
1 Like #11
MZzzz
jayman1986
MZzzz
I had something similar previously and encountered 2 problems. 1.5m cable is too short to reach my windowsill and for best results it does need direct line of sight of a transmitter. As a result, I got zero channels. Didn't help that the nearest transmitter to me is some 15km away
you need a proper aerial outside or in your loft- depending on how high your house is.
Thanks but not an option - lower ground flat and outdoor aerials not permitted. Hence why I have tried a number of these.
Lower ground floor is one of the worst. I would try to look for some really tiny one, stick it on the wall outside and paint it over with the same colour as the wall. I don't thing anyone will complaint about it.
1 Like #12
I experimented with several indoor aerials at my last place and the best one was a cheapy flat one similar to this. I had to hang it up in the top of the window though to get a decent signal so had to get an extension aerial lead, the 1.5m one it came with was far too short.
Also different TV's gave very different results when scanning, some are much better at finding channels than others

Edited By: Delbert Grady on Dec 08, 2016 10:25
#13
Santa001
MZzzz
jayman1986
MZzzz
I had something similar previously and encountered 2 problems. 1.5m cable is too short to reach my windowsill and for best results it does need direct line of sight of a transmitter. As a result, I got zero channels. Didn't help that the nearest transmitter to me is some 15km away
you need a proper aerial outside or in your loft- depending on how high your house is.
Thanks but not an option - lower ground flat and outdoor aerials not permitted. Hence why I have tried a number of these.
Lower ground floor is one of the worst. I would try to look for some really tiny one, stick it on the wall outside and paint it over with the same colour as the wall. I don't thing anyone will complaint about it.


Nice thought. One that I've had too. It's not permitted. 50 mile paper thin aerials work but they're an indoor eye sore and lose channels as soon as they're moved. For now, everything is streamed through a tv box, which the TV license permits me to do. Not ideal as not all channels are available through streaming
1 Like #14
MZzzz
jayman1986
MZzzz
I had something similar previously and encountered 2 problems. 1.5m cable is too short to reach my windowsill and for best results it does need direct line of sight of a transmitter. As a result, I got zero channels. Didn't help that the nearest transmitter to me is some 15km away
you need a proper aerial outside or in your loft- depending on how high your house is.

Thanks but not an option - lower ground flat and outdoor aerials not permitted. Hence why I have tried a number of these.


annoying when flats dont have a communal system
#15
jayman1986
MZzzz
jayman1986
MZzzz
I had something similar previously and encountered 2 problems. 1.5m cable is too short to reach my windowsill and for best results it does need direct line of sight of a transmitter. As a result, I got zero channels. Didn't help that the nearest transmitter to me is some 15km away
you need a proper aerial outside or in your loft- depending on how high your house is.
Thanks but not an option - lower ground flat and outdoor aerials not permitted. Hence why I have tried a number of these.
annoying when flats dont have a communal system
+1
#16
just get NOW TV or Netflix you don't need an aerial you don't need to pay the BBC the blackmail money
#17
seagoon
just get NOW TV or Netflix you don't need an aerial you don't need to pay the BBC the blackmail money
How? Don't you have to pay the licence if you have a TV in your house?
1 Like #18
Santa001
seagoon
just get NOW TV or Netflix you don't need an aerial you don't need to pay the BBC the blackmail money
How? Don't you have to pay the licence if you have a TV in your house?

No, just if you watch live TV.
1 Like #19
TygerrTygerr
Santa001
seagoon
just get NOW TV or Netflix you don't need an aerial you don't need to pay the BBC the blackmail money
How? Don't you have to pay the licence if you have a TV in your house?
No, just if you watch live TV.
No you now need a licence, even that has now changed and the bbc want to charge you their peado tax even if you're watching 'on demand' tv channels..



Edited By: paulandpam1 on Dec 09, 2016 00:25: ,
1 Like #20
heat added! Good price. Even if not gonna work, worth trying 

Edited By: exprezzyourself on Dec 08, 2016 11:16: Heat
#21
seagoon
just get NOW TV or Netflix you don't need an aerial you don't need to pay the BBC the blackmail money
They don't check aerials oO If you can RECEIVE any national tv channels, it does not matter, what you watch, via Boxes/PC/Tablets/cable/Internet/ect.... Pay your TV licence or expect a knock on your door, as, it is alot easier to track YOU down oO


Edited By: KuK on Dec 08, 2016 11:21
1 Like #22
paulandpam1
No , even that has now changed and the bbc want to charge you their pedo tax even if you're watching 'on demand' tv channels..

That is iPlayer only.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/aboutthebbc/insidethebbc/whoweare/licencefee
1 Like #23
TygerrTygerr
paulandpam1
No , even that has now changed and the bbc want to charge you their pedo tax even if you're watching 'on demand' tv channels..
That is iPlayer only.http://www.bbc.co.uk/aboutthebbc/insidethebbc/whoweare/licencefee
Unfortunately from what I've read the thieves also includes any bbc channels from any source that is streamed from the internet to your tv or computer.


Edited By: paulandpam1 on Dec 08, 2016 11:27
4 Likes #24
paulandpam1
Unfortunately from what I've read the thieves also includes any bbc channels from any source that is streamed from the internet to your tv or computer.

Why does watching BBC channels without paying make *them* the thieves?
2 Likes #25
TygerrTygerr
paulandpam1
Unfortunately from what I've read the thieves also includes any bbc channels from any source that is streamed from the internet to your tv or computer.
Why does watching BBC channels without paying make *them* the thieves?
Yeah, being forced to pay for something you don't want isn't theft. It's extortion.
2 Likes #26
Blamalam
Yeah, being forced to pay for something you don't want isn't theft. It's extortion.

But if you're watching the channels, obviously you do want it.
#27
Is this good for 4k?
#28
tempt
Is this good for 4k?
It boost the signal, no matter if it's 720 or 4K TV.
#29
tempt
Is this good for 4k?

No 4K terrestrial broadcasts, or likely to be in the foreseeable future, only via Satellite or Fibre broadband, and I am not certain Satellite is viable.
1 Like #30
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#31
Good price but a better solution is paying an extra 20 for a fire stick or android tv and use an internet tv app
#32
Gentle_Giant
tempt
Is this good for 4k?
No 4K terrestrial broadcasts, or likely to be in the foreseeable future, only via Satellite or Fibre broadband, and I am not certain Satellite is viable.
Let's give it a decade. :D There is still properties without standard broadband available to them. Having the fibre the only option to get the TV channels would make lots of houses being "without a TV" and that my fried would be the end of the world in most of them. oO
#33
chrisredmayne
Good price but a better solution is paying an extra 20 for a fire stick or android tv and use an internet tv app
...if your internet connection is strong enough.
#34
kraniak
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Still working.
#35
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#36
Had three indoor aerials ranging from £10 to £25, all failed to find any channels. Would avoid personally, get TVplayer app instead if you have OK Internet.
1 Like #37
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#38
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#39
TygerrTygerr
paulandpam1
Unfortunately from what I've read the thieves also includes any bbc channels from any source that is streamed from the internet to your tv or computer.
Why does watching BBC channels without paying make *them* the thieves?
I didn't say you should be able to watch without paying, I was warning people after the comment in post #18 you do need a licence for all streaming services and not just iPlayer.
What I object to is being forced to pay for something I would not choose to use given the choice.
I don't watch Sky sports or the Disney channels and so I dont pay for them and given a choice I would not watch the bbc programs and use my licence fee topay for my Netflix subscription.






Edited By: paulandpam1 on Dec 08, 2016 14:53: .

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