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Freesat HD question??

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I am currently with Sky but was thinking of cancelling and trying Freesat as my TV has a Feesat HD tuner. Can i just plug the Sky dish lead into the back og my TV? Sorry if this is a dumb question … Read More
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
I am currently with Sky but was thinking of cancelling and trying Freesat as my TV has a Feesat HD tuner. Can i just plug the Sky dish lead into the back og my TV?
Sorry if this is a dumb question
Also anyone got it who can tell me what it is like?
Thanks
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
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Should be able to plug it straight into your tv if it has it built in.Not a great deal of good channels Google freesat channels and it will tell you what you get

Edited By: danzab on Jan 26, 2011 08:05
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danzab
You need a freesat receiver to plug the lead into. Not too bad but not a great deal of good channels on there. Google freesat channels and it will tell you what you get
Is this not built into my Freesat HD TV?
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danzab
You need a freesat receiver to plug the lead into. Not too bad but not a great deal of good channels on there. Google freesat channels and it will tell you what you get

Is this not built into my Freesat HD TV?


Yeah sorry I just edited my post didnt spot the part about your tv having it built in!
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http://www.freesat.co.uk/how-to/faqs/how-to-install-freesat

Can I install freesat myself? Yes, if you already have a satellite dish and cabling, in most cases you can simply plug your freesat digital box or TV in. If your dish is still under warranty (typically 12 months) we advise you check that using it to receive freesat will not affect your warranty terms before you install any other equipment. And of course, if you have any remaining contractual obligations with your supplier, you'll still be bound to fulfil them. If you need a new satellite dish or need extra cables, for example for freesat+ , you can book it in store when you buy freesat.



Edited By: highland2010 on Jan 26, 2011 08:07
#5
thanks guys will give it a go unless Sky give me an offer i cant refuse :)
#6
We made the switch at the weekend, Sky offered us 6 months half price but these days everything we watch is on freesat or freeview anyway...

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