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Tesco Value TT-701 Indoor TV Aerial £1.97

£1.97 @ Tesco Direct
A smart, lightweight UHF TV aerial for indoor use. It allows easy positioning and simple horizontal and vertical alignment. Complete with instructions and installation guide. Read More
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A smart, lightweight UHF TV aerial for indoor use. It allows easy positioning and simple horizontal and vertical alignment. Complete with instructions and installation guide.
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#2
These indoor ones are truely carp, can never get a decent piccy and freeview you have no hope :whistling:. not voted maybe someone can use it (scrap metal prices are good att ;-) )
#3
I Agree No Good At All
#4
I must make a comment about the mentioned antenna. Indoor antennas are what they say they are, indoor antennas,,,, they are not a replacement for an antenna fitted on your house,, and are not intended to be,,, they can be an excellent antenna for mobile situations, lap tops for example with TV ability,, and also many many home situations,,, you have to understand the nature of radio wave propagation (RF propagation) to appreciate such situations.
This design of this antenna seems exactly the same as a Maplin antenna in its physical configuration, assuming it is which is more than reasonable, its a very very good antenna for its purpose,,, the actual design is technically good,, and will perform better (exceptions prove a rule) than other portable or fixed mobile antennas costing £50.00 to £100.00 and looking flashy with pretty images on the plastic covers that surround the actual antenna.
You cannot carry a house antenna around in your travel case, you can this one, and indeed many flat owners and ground level dwellings may find this antenna does them very well indeed,,, and for Under £2.00 it’s an absolute gift (the Maplin one costs £10.00). I have tried to use my words here carefully so please read all this in context with its entirety, it has been written to be fair and objective.
#5
big-boy
These indoor ones are truely carp, can never get a decent piccy and freeview you have no hope :whistling:. not voted maybe someone can use it (scrap metal prices are good att ;-) )


depends how good your signal is,i get perfect freeview no problems in my bedroom with an indoor aerial
#6
specie8472
I must make a comment about the mentioned antenna. Indoor antennas are what they say they are, indoor antennas,,,, they are not a replacement for an antenna fitted on your house,, and are not intended to be,,, they can be an excellent antenna for mobile situations, lap tops for example with TV ability,, and also many many home situations,,, you have to understand the nature of radio wave propagation (RF propagation) to appreciate such situations.
This design of this antenna seems exactly the same as a Maplin antenna in its physical configuration, assuming it is which is more than reasonable, its a very very good antenna for its purpose,,, the actual design is technically good,, and will perform better (exceptions prove a rule) than other portable or fixed mobile antennas costing £50.00 to £100.00 and looking flashy with pretty images on the plastic covers that surround the actual antenna.
You cannot carry a house antenna around in your travel case, you can this one, and indeed many flat owners and ground level dwellings may find this antenna does them very well indeed,,, and for Under £2.00 it’s an absolute gift (the Maplin one costs £10.00). I have tried to use my words here carefully so please read all this in context with its entirety, it has been written to be fair and objective.


Why would you say that this is a good design? All I see are directors on a cross bar which is as basic an aerial design as can be had. Furthermore there are not many directors either which can cause unwanted signals approaching at angles causing disruption to the picture. There is no vertical polarisation and no reflector to improve electromagnetic signals entering from the back of the director which can result in the user physically changing the position of the aerial. Also good aerials have folded dipoles to ensure impedance is consistent with the feeder cable. These are features of more expensive aerials and you cannot state that this aerial exceeds the performance of portable aerials costing over £50!
banned#7
custardy
depends how good your signal is,i get perfect freeview no problems in my bedroom with an indoor aerial


Same here :thumbsup:

I bought a cheap (ish one) around £8, works a treat. Not tried this but its under 2 quid, if its carp, its carp. I'll vote hot on this one

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