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Indoor Aerial

05jamhad Avatar
6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
Hi there,

I'm getting a new TV for christmas fo my bedroom that will have built in freeview.

The only problem is that in my room i do not have an aerial port from the one on the roof.
which means i need to get the BEST indoor aerial there is.

Does anyone know of a good one and could recommend PLEASE :D

Thank You!
05jamhad Avatar
6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Why not get the necessary fittings and spur of the main aerial far better long term :thumbsup:
#2
If you do the above I'd advice adding a booster as the signal will degrade if more than one TV is active on the cable. Other than that, a good quality indoor aerial will work (not the cheap ones), but you'll probably still need a booster. I use one which I bought from Argos. It picks up about 95% of the available stations.
#3
im thinking the same
the kids have 3 tvs for christmas all with freeview so would i have to get new outdoor digi ariel and run cables to each room?
we have sky downstairs
#4
You need a 'Wideband' Aerial....:thumbsup:
#5
dcx_badass;7202683
We run 6 TV's off two aerials on the outside of our house. And we are in an area of really bad signal ([COLOR=red]you'll literally get no channels at all off a indoor aerial[/COLOR]), and all 6 TVs get a perfect picture with no booster.


This isn't correct. I use an indoor aerial (via a booster) both for my TV and PC which are in the attic room. The quality isn't great, but it does work. I would not record of it though.
#6
Predikuesi
If you do the above I'd advice adding a booster as the signal will degrade if more than one TV is active on the cable. Other than that, a good quality indoor aerial will work (not the cheap ones), but you'll probably still need a booster. I use one which I bought from Argos. It picks up about 95% of the available stations.


any chance you know the name of the one you are using? Cheers
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05jamhad;7202752
any chance you know the name of the one you are using? Cheers


http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5347380/Trail/searchtext%3EINDOOR+AERIAL.htm
#8
dcx_badass;7202801
Errr yes it is true, are you in my house? Otherwise shut up and re-read my post.


So rude my friend, so rude!

You ought to have written "we'd literally ......" rather than "you'll literally" - therefore poor grammar is the offence here.
#9
Mecoconuts
You need a 'Wideband' Aerial....:thumbsup:


is that me who needs a wideband ariel or op?
1 Like #11
dcx_badass;7202819
Well why are you telling me I'm wrong and what I can receive in my house?

Next you'll try and tell me I can get more than just Channels 1 - 4 at home.


Ok, that's enough for me. It really isn't worth getting heated over is it? Have a peaceful evening.
1 Like #12
edjaned
is that me who needs a wideband ariel or op?


Both ....for any digital receiver you need a 'wideband' aerial... :thumbsup:
#14
dcx_badass
Well why are you telling me I'm wrong and what I can receive in my house?

Next you'll try and tell me I can get more than just Channels 1 - 4 at home.


I understood what you meant.. im in the same position.... internal aerial, battery powered booster aerial, mains powered aerial .. the pic is so grainy it might aswell be static.

Got a new tv with freesat.. thought "kewl.. will be able to pickup decent stuff with the same internal aerial"... nothing.

Did you put the aerial up yourself? I'm reading up on it now.. freesat needs sat. dish. sky will fit a dish with some deals... trying to find out if the same dish will work with freesat... can have both problems solved with one install.
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1 Like #16
Mecoconuts
Both ....for any digital receiver you need a 'wideband' aerial... :thumbsup:


ok thanks
1 Like #17
dcx_badass
Errr yes it is true, are you in my house? Otherwise shut up and re-read my post.


Why aye pet calm down :whistling:
#19
dcx_badass
I'm not from Newcastle, what a stupid attempt at a joke.


[SIZE="6"]LMFAO that's just what i was looking for:p[/SIZE]

Please identify your gender if known
#20
i was thinking of getting a magic eye contraption so that i could link it a tv in a bedroom, any ideas on these?

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