One For All Amplified Outdoor TV Aerial  £6.99  argos/ebay
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One For All Amplified Outdoor TV Aerial £6.99 argos/ebay

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Found 24th Jul 2016
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One For All Amplified Outdoor TV Aerial.
Signal up to 24dB with .
Amplified.
Wall and loft mountable.
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How much is the tv going to cost though?
There's always a catch.
Depending on how far you are from a TV mast, you should consider putting this in your loft instead of on the roof. We aren't far from a TV mast so I put ours in the loft. Picked up the same amount of TV channels without the hassle of putting it on the roof. Plus I don't have to worry about the wind blowing it down which happened in my last house.
Edited by: "OdhranC" 24th Jul 2016
Can I put in my living room
Cheers! Heat and Ordered. Going to go back to Freeview due to have more channels than my TiVo box!
pavel76

One For All Amplified Outdoor TV Aerial. Amplified.


Would appreciate indication of the power supply requirements for the amplifier, and if power is supplied via the antenna cable or external+box, thanks.
Anyone know what comes with this ie clamps pole cable power boster
Will this amplify my picture size on my portable?
can't see how it's amplified from the listing or the manufactures web site, very annoying.
I've asked the question on ebay, will report back when I get answer
Good for caravans?
digbys

Will this amplify my picture size on my portable?


Yea, it'll even turn your phone into a 65" state of the art telly X)
digbys

Will this amplify my picture size on my portable?



Instant 4k.
argosextra

Can I put in my living room


Yep next to your garden gnomes.
Very surprised how good these are, I pick up full HD through the roof space, pay the extra for the bracket though.
Get the app on your phone that tells you what' direction to point it.
Also perfect for caravans
Do you have a link to a good price for the one with the bracket then?
For those putting it in the loft, you can use any decent quality, thick tape (eg duck tape, electrical tape) to fasten it to a joist, you don't need a bracket.
Loft brackets are only a couple of quid to make a proper job of it, example at B&Q search for 571313.
All gone now

I've been meaning to change our ancient one too as it struggles with HD when it's raining heavily.
Edited by: "anlygi" 25th Jul 2016
All sold now, thanks for sharing
I counted only 7 prongs ; only good for if you live next door to the TV mast , in which case you could get the same reception with a coat hanger.
Better to pay extra for a longer arm with more prongs .

Nb Birds have a habit of sitting on these types and knocking the prongs off !
If look around it is quite common to see a house or bungalow with a moth eaten look aerial on the roof and a pile of prongs on the ground .
I live about 25 mile from the transmitter and fitted it in a loft, bought a 2 way splitter from screwfix and this is now feeding 2 rooms at around 45-47 db. A smudge under an ideal signal level but all channels and no interference.

Well pleased.
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