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Cheap FreeView deal

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Found 17th Nov 2008
Which is the cheapest way of getting freeview?
I read few posts on this website and found this link to a cheap freeview box:
currys.co.uk/mar…jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@1249926569.1225484257@@@@&BV_EngineID=cccladefiejfldjcflgceggdhhmdgmk.0&page=Product&fm=12&sm=3&tm=1&sku=738200&category_oid=-34676
Does any one have a link to cheap but decent digital Aerial?
Thanks,
NZ

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currys.co.uk/mar…676

Often Currys and PC World put "97p" at the end of the price to denote end of life of the product and it is often difficult to find one of these.

>Does any one have a link to cheap but decent digital Aerial?

There is no such thing as a digital aerial, all digital TV signals are carried on analogue carriers.

I think the real name is "high gain" or "wide band" aerial.

You are best using a rooftop aerial rather than an indoor aerial.

markwills;3492088

£19.95 … £19.95 http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=SAGEM-ITD58



I'd personally recommend avoiding this one. My mum bought two and they have both been made redundant due to faults such as non-tuning in of any channels at all on one, and random switching over of channels and powering on and off on the other. Both just outside warranty of course. I've also found other brands to be ones to avoid, but I can say this is one I wouldn't bother with I'm afraid.
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