High Pass TV Filter (reduces tv interference) - £9.95 @ eBay / knights-electrocom
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High Pass TV Filter (reduces tv interference) - £9.95 @ eBay / knights-electrocom

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Found 15th May
This was a god send to me and hope it will help one of you. Cheapest I can find it including delivery.

Basically freeview tv operates roughly at 470mhz to just below 800mhz depending we’re you are in the country. Your aerial and cable can pick up many different frequencies above and below this which affects your tv picture. Normally some kind of picture or sound break up. I had both! This little beauty dumbs down the signal from 200mhz and below meaning beautiful freeview pictures. Some of my channels went from 35% quality which was completely unwatchable to 100% quality! Best thing I have ever bought!

This also includes a bread breaker which eliminates signals picked up on the sheath of the cable.

Just a note, this will no help with interference from 800mhz and above. For that you will need a 4G filter. Much more widely available and you can use together with this as I do to hit interference from both ends.

Hope this helps someone.
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Anyone else used this?
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A link to the free 4G filter for anyone that needs it.
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Wonder if James Bond has one of these?
Stevie_mower16/05/2019 07:00

Can't see where to get it free?


Click on the not sure if you have had a postcard and enter your postcode. It then explains that they will supply one for free if there is a need.
im thinking newer tv boxes/tvs will have this built in?
Niz16/05/2019 21:43

im thinking newer tv boxes/tvs will have this built in?


You would think so but from what I have seen no. I have the latest Ultra HD BT YouView box and this clearly helps with that to the point of things being unwatchable to looking perfect. Also it has improved the signal quality on all 3 TV’s I have tested with their inbuilt freeview tuners.
MoonBoy16/05/2019 22:12

You would think so but from what I have seen no. I have the latest Ultra …You would think so but from what I have seen no. I have the latest Ultra HD BT YouView box and this clearly helps with that to the point of things being unwatchable to looking perfect. Also it has improved the signal quality on all 3 TV’s I have tested with their inbuilt freeview tuners.


Thanks funnily enough that's the same BT box I have, but I haven't noticed a problem with quality, but maybe if I see some comparisons, I'll have to look into this more.
Niz16/05/2019 22:18

Thanks funnily enough that's the same BT box I have, but I haven't noticed …Thanks funnily enough that's the same BT box I have, but I haven't noticed a problem with quality, but maybe if I see some comparisons, I'll have to look into this more.


It will depend on a few things. How good your aerial is, how good it was set up, the quality of your cable, if it’s a loft or roof installation, your location I.e distance from transmitter, line of site, people using amateur radio in the area, or taxi firms, even truckers using cb radio, even fm radio can effect it. But you need to be having some kind of picture or sound break up for this to work in anyway for you. If you can’t notice a problem then you probably don’t need one or might just improve your quality percentage slightly but nothing noticeable. Do you have any issues?
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