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Indoor TV Aerial with Signal Booster £9.00 instore @ Asda

£9.00 @ George (Asda George)
This aerial is retailing at £20 at other online stores(Maplin), so if its something you are looking for its a bargain. For more information: http://buy.maplin.co.uk/Free_UK_Delivery/Indoor_TV_Aeria…
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This aerial is retailing at £20 at other online stores(Maplin), so if its something you are looking for its a bargain.

For more information: http://buy.maplin.co.uk/Free_UK_Delivery/Indoor_TV_Aerial_with_Signal_Booster_44188_v2.htm

Indoor TV Aerial with Signal Booster


Unique rotating ball socket design - aerial elements can be freely rotated through 360° laterally, 100° vertically for very best reception
1.5 coax lead included
Weighted base with anti-slip rubberised feet
Blue LED power indicator
Adjustable gain max 20dB, 100 point dial control with on/off operation
Powered by AC or DC voltage supply

An attractively designed wideband indoor aerial for receiving all available analogue and digital UHF TV signals. It features a rotating ball socket design which means the elements can be rotated through 360°, laterally, 100° vertically to ensure the very best reception. For weaker signal areas, this aerial is also fitted with a built-in amplifier for improved sound and picture quality.
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#1
http://www.maplin.co.uk/images/300/l29bb.jpg
#2
Indoor TV Aerial with Signal Booster


Specifications:
Frequency range: 470-862MHz
Gain: 22dB
Gain control: 100 point
Insertion loss: <= 4 dB
Noise figure: <= 6 dB
Impedance: 75Ω
Output level max: 100 dBµV (1 dB compress point)
Power supply: 230Vac or 12Vdc 100mA
#3
i have just purchased one of these so i will re-post with some performance feedback on the product.
#4
I bought this a year or so ago from Argos...I will be honest it isnt much good...but it did improve the picture quality slightly...i've never found an indoor aerial with the same or even close to a proper aerial
#5
Dannyb2007
I bought this a year or so ago from Argos...I will be honest it isnt much good...but it did improve the picture quality slightly...i've never found an indoor aerial with the same or even close to a proper aerial


Are you using it for digital reception or analouge?
#6
ap123ap
i have just purchased one of these so i will re-post with some performance feedback on the product.


Hi I would be interested in your feedback on this as I want a couple of aerials for the kids bedrooms to connect up to USB Digital decoders to give them freeview on their PC's.

Thanks
#7
cralittlewood
Hi I would be interested in your feedback on this as I want a couple of aerials for the kids bedrooms to connect up to USB Digital decoders to give them freeview on their PC's.

Thanks


i will put something together as soon as i get home from work.
#8
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5344204/Trail/searchtext%3EAERIAL.htm

£9.99 at Argos if you cant find it at Asda.

Reviews on av forums are quite good.
#9
raj_007
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5344204/Trail/searchtext%3EAERIAL.htm

£9.99 at Argos if you cant find it at Asda.

Reviews on av forums are quite good.


Raj, do you have a link for the review on av forums?
#10
Not bad, considering my One4All cost £25. It's just a pity it looks like one of those things you put inside shoes to keep their shape.

http://www.shoe-trees.co.uk/images/fold-up-200.jpg
#11
I used one of these last year to get Freeview on my digifusion PVR and it worked fine once I moved it from on top of the TV to the window sill. It has since been passed on to my parents who use it for analogue TV in the Kitchen with mediocre results, so I think it may have trouble with walls!
#12
i've just had a mess about with this aerial and i'm not having too much luck. although i am able to pick up 4 digital channels with it, its not performing as well i anticipated. it does improve an analouge signal though.
#13
I tried one of these , but its going back to Argos, i did manage to pick up a few channels but the signal strength where i live must be pretty weak as the picture quality wasnt that great

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