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Indoor Freeview Aerials

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What would you recommend? are there any decent ones on the market? I will be using it in Exeter with a computer Tv tuner if that makes a difference. Many thanks
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
What would you recommend? are there any decent ones on the market?

I will be using it in Exeter with a computer Tv tuner if that makes a difference.

Many thanks
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
go to screwfix.com see what they have to offer??
#2
The only time I have had any luck with an indoor aerial and a usb type tuner is also using one of those plug in amplifiers. Even then I didn't get all the stations.
#3
Wouldnt bother op, even with the best indoor ariels and signal boosters there never good enough to pick up freeview tbh, we tried for tv upstairs , gave up in the end and paid someone to run multiple leads from outside ariel to bedrooms , thats was only option in the end for us !
#4
Cheers everyone thought that'd be the case.:(
#5
I have a 99p one i bought from a hardware store circa '95 and it picks up Freeview fine. I must be pretty close to the antenna. Come to think about it no-one in my street or the adjacent streets have outdoor aerials.
#6
Bigfoot

I live in a poor-ish signal area and the supplied 6" aerials won't pick up anything but I got this flat aerial

and it works surprisingly well. Certainly better than the 2 set-top aerials we tried (the ones that look like a mini version of roof top ones).

I have mine on my desk, held up by one of those picture holders with an alligator clip.

Might not work but for $6 worth a shot.

Dave

Edited By: Wirral_guy on Jul 26, 2010 05:00: Price wrong $-£ conversion - is $6
#7
Cheers Dave will give it a shot for $6 you can't go wrong

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