Tevion complete Portable FTA Digital Satellite System in a case £29.99 @ Aldi
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Tevion complete Portable FTA Digital Satellite System in a case £29.99 @ Aldi

£29.99ALDI Deals
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Found 9th Jan 2013
Loads of them in livingston Aldi today

Product Information
Brilliant portable satellite kit from Tevion and SLx.

never miss another programme whilst you on your travels with well over 220 digital TV channels and 100 digital radio channels with this easy to set up system which includes full instructions.

we always offer great after sales and technical support 7 days a week, so no need to worry whilst you away just give us a call on the number above,


Product Features

A comprehensive kit for you to receive freesat digital TV stations ..everything except the TV
Suitable for free-to-air (FTA) reception that covers most of the UK and parts of Scotland & Ireland
No contract or monthly subscriptions are required to receive digital Satellite TV
Suitable to pick up any satellite TV within the satellite's footprint (can be found on internet)
Dish is both portable and suitable for use in a permanent location
Including LNB, SCART cable and satellite locator - all in one box
No need to program the receiver, just rescan for new channels
Free-to-air receiver also compatible with larger dishes
Multi-format picture for use around the world
SCART and phono video outputs
System includes 39cm black dish and lnb
Satellite receiver that operates on both DC 12 V or AC 230 V mains
10m cable with connectors and various mounts
All in one portable compact case and full instructions included

Receive digital satellite programmes without depending on a fixed mounted satellite aerial. The mobile aerial allows you to receive signals at different places such as on a camp site, beach or at home. The dish can be installed in the plastic case or can be mounted, e.g. on a car roof, table plate or a mast using the mounting components.

You can also connect the receiver to a fixed installed satellite aerial. The most common broadcasting stations are pre-programmed to the ASTRA, Hotbird, Sirius, Hispasat and Hellasat satellites.

You can receive programmes broadcast through these satellites as soon as you have connected the receiver and mounted and adjusted the antenna. There is a possibility of completing and/or modifying the existing pre-programming as the digitally emitted programmes are updated.

Operate almost all receiver functions using the remote control or use the user interface on the TV-monitor.

Technical Specification

brand: Comag
Dish Size: 39cm
LNB: Single
Includes receiver: Y
Receives HD broadcasts: N
USB PVR: N
Diseqc: Y
No CI slots: 0
Compatible with 12V: Y
Includes motor: N
Cable length: 10m
Motor Interface: Diseqc 1.2
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I was in Aldi the other day and it seems that their deals are not quite as good as we believe

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hi can you tell me where you saw this advertised as there is nothing on the site about it.

Sorry voted cold,nowhere to be found....
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AndyT328

Sorry voted cold,nowhere to be found....



how many aldi stores did you try?

Edited by: "scottyjim" 10th Jan 2013
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cb500racer

hi can you tell me where you saw this advertised as there is nothing on … hi can you tell me where you saw this advertised as there is nothing on the site about it.




As i said in my post i seen them instore
Don't waste your time or money on these things are they are a complete nightmare. I bought one a couple of years ago for my caravan and after trying it several times to get a signal on my television on it without success I gave up and eventually sold it on eBay again. Just stick to a freeview box it is far easier.
how to you now where to point the dish? I'm assuming this doesn't have a motor with auto detection!?? You'd need a sat. finder or a compass as a minimum if not!??
weemee002

how to you now where to point the dish? I'm assuming this doesn't have a … how to you now where to point the dish? I'm assuming this doesn't have a motor with auto detection!?? You'd need a sat. finder or a compass as a minimum if not!??

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been this price and cheaper on ebay for years
weemee002

how do you know where to point the dish? I'm assuming this doesn't have … how do you know where to point the dish? I'm assuming this doesn't have a motor with auto detection!?? You'd need a sat. finder or a compass as a minimum if not!??



first thing I thought
Edited by: "Shard" 10th Jan 2013
Its complicated at first but get a compass out and use satfinder website for compass longitude and latitude angles then get your elevation level on the dish right for the satellite your after and once you get it pointing in the direction you want use then the sat finder that should be included it beeps louder when your on the satellite then fine tune that until in wont go any louder plug in your dish to the receiver and if there are no channels already installed on the satellite you want do a blind channel search that should find the channels your after on that satellite if your on the right satellite that is.
Shard

first thing I thought



read the description it comes with a satellite locator
cambourne03

Don't waste your time or money on these things are they are a complete … Don't waste your time or money on these things are they are a complete nightmare. I bought one a couple of years ago for my caravan and after trying it several times to get a signal on my television on it without success I gave up and eventually sold it on eBay again. Just stick to a freeview box it is far easier.



I can't say I've tried this sat kit, but I can imagine that what you say is true.

If I wanted portable TV I would go for a laptop with a USB DVB-T2 tuner.
I bought one and managed to get Freeview for the first time in my holiday home in France - I'd previously spent every summer holiday for the previous four years trying to get it on a 1200 cm dish fitted to the side of the house so it can't be that bad!!
Like most of us, I looked online, as I said before, nowhere to be found.No way to check stores , even by phone, if you want one , looks like you best start driving and checking the old fashioned way ;-).
Probably old stock they found in the store and need to shift it
weemee002

how to you now where to point the dish? I'm assuming this doesn't have a … how to you now where to point the dish? I'm assuming this doesn't have a motor with auto detection!?? You'd need a sat. finder or a compass as a minimum if not!??



Dishpointer is your friend. Google it!

I have had a set like this (from Lidl actually) for my caravan. Once you have fiddled around for a couple of hours (to learn how to do it), they're not too hard to align at all. I zero in on my location with Dishpointer and it gives me a Google Maps satellite view with a line showing where to go. Picture is good with no break-up as long as there are not strong winds present.

I even used it in Germany. (Herford, near Bielefeld.) I was able to pick up some of the English channels there.

The only real issue is since the dish is an offset (like most of them), there is a bit of guesswork involved in setting up the elevation. You should find that the dish itself needs to be approximately vertical to get Astra 28.2E.

From using one of these sets, I learned how to install my own satellite dish at home as well, although I would say that this particular kit is really intended for touring. The advantage with the smaller dishes is that you don't have to be quite as accurate aiming them.

This is a good deal; heat added.
Edited by: "davtom" 10th Jan 2013
How is this hot, Just from the picture you can see it's in the "Hey George, Look what I just found down the back that trolley with the 6 day out of date bread I was just gonna put on the shelves" basket.
We use one of these when we go camping, and with the help of the iPhone app 'dish pointer' we are up and running in no time!
plantpot50

We use one of these when we go camping, and with the help of the iPhone … We use one of these when we go camping, and with the help of the iPhone app 'dish pointer' we are up and running in no time!



i usually go on holiday to get away from mundane tv is that not the idea..?
sumo999

been this price and cheaper on ebay for years



no it hasnt

i usually go on holiday to get away from mundane tv is that not the … i usually go on holiday to get away from mundane tv is that not the idea..?



Not always that easy when you've got two kids under five, its lashing down and Peppa Pig provides your only solace.......
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I have one of these for the caravan, because you can't always get an aerial signal.
There are several things to point out.

1 the first time you use your kit, you will have to be patient, to set it up proppley. But with practice it should take no more than 15 mininuits to set up.

2 un like a standard aerial which you can point in a general direction and get something, with a satellite dish you have to be perfect , remember 1 degree out could miss the satellite in space by 100s of miles, but once again with practice you'll be set up in very little time. I don't even use the sat finder now. Just a compass
Jasper18

I bought one and managed to get Freeview for the first time in my holiday … I bought one and managed to get Freeview for the first time in my holiday home in France - I'd previously spent every summer holiday for the previous four years trying to get it on a 1200 cm dish fitted to the side of the house so it can't be that bad!!



Trust me, you did not receive " Freeview " on one of these.

Trust me, you did not receive " Freeview " on one of these.



I just love all the clever so and so's who have nothing better to do than post inane, pedantic replies on here - whether it was freeview or not I was still able to pick up bbc,itv,ch4, ch5, cbeebies,cbbc, citv etc etc etc etc etc etc
I've actually got this one and it does a great job, once you get your mind round the angles etc it takes about 10 mins to set up.

Only downfall I found was that the sucker was useless, So I've got it on a pole that locates on the jockey wheel.

For the price that i payed, can't complain.
Jasper18

I just love all the clever so and so's who have nothing better to do than … I just love all the clever so and so's who have nothing better to do than post inane, pedantic replies on here - whether it was freeview or not I was still able to pick up bbc,itv,ch4, ch5, cbeebies,cbbc, citv etc etc etc etc etc etc




Not being pedantic, just being correct.

You did not get Yesterday Quest and a few more channels, because this receiver does not get Freeview, it gets Free to Air TV. .. which is a different technology.
daalphamale

i usually go on holiday to get away from mundane tv is that not the … i usually go on holiday to get away from mundane tv is that not the idea..?



I usually go on holiday to get away from my mundane family but someone always ends up tagging along
Does anyone know if you can pick up the premier league matches on foreign channels with these?
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Shard

[quote=weemee002]first thing I thought



Not me.
I saw "caravan" and the first thing i thought of was, women comming from the shower block and the towell slipping and........ oO
Hipknoteyes

Does anyone know if you can pick up the premier league matches on foreign … Does anyone know if you can pick up the premier league matches on foreign channels with these?



If you point to the relevant satellite and its being shown on a particular channel then yes.......like the F1 which was being shown on a german channel last year. Remember only certain channels are on certain satellites so if you want access to both lets say then you need an extra LNB , so that one points to one satellite and the 2nd LNB to the other. I got the ROSS kit just for the satellite and then upgraded to a HD receiver and works great!
Hipknoteyes

Does anyone know if you can pick up the premier league matches on foreign … Does anyone know if you can pick up the premier league matches on foreign channels with these?




You are highly unlikely to get any Premier League Channels on this free to air receiver.
daalphamale

i usually go on holiday to get away from mundane tv is that not the … i usually go on holiday to get away from mundane tv is that not the idea..?



Oh no I always need to see my Emmerdale and Corrie no matter where in the world I go on holiday. Thank god for internet TV while I am abroad.
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Inactive

You are highly unlikely to get any Premier League Channels on this free … You are highly unlikely to get any Premier League Channels on this free to air receiver.



You need something like a Dreambox or a Protec 9760 HD with a "gift"(_;)
Picked one of these up in Nottingham last time they was on offer. Fitted it to the caravan and it picked up all FTA channels so hot from me.
Anyone could please point out where could I find one of this in London. I do not mind to travel up to 10 miles from central London.
pantaiema

Anyone could please point out where could I find one of this in London. I … Anyone could please point out where could I find one of this in London. I do not mind to travel up to 10 miles from central London.



Have a look here & ring your local stores to see if they have stock
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sumo999

been this price and cheaper on ebay for years



Stop posting empties here, if you can't back it up with the link do not post. People like you spread pointless propaganda only to have a post. If it's cheaper on ebay post a link. We could not find it cheaper anywhere.
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