Aerial help

Discussion in 'Satellite TV, Sky TV & FreeSat' started by GCDB, Feb 11, 2005.

  1. GCDB

    GCDB
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    Hi,
    This might be a silly question.
    Is it possible to buy the wrong aerial type for freeview and analogue signals; ie if i bought an aerial which states it is for a low/weak signal area(more expensive)and it turns out my area is a medium or high signal area, apart from paying over the odds for the aerial,could this make the picture quality worse for freeview/analogue signals?I currently dont know my signal strength and are hoping to replace the aerial myself.All the pstcode checker says i possibly need a wideband aerial.I do have ghosts..................
     
  2. nig28

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    Hi
    You can have too much signal, which could cause problems.
    I know a little bit more than average about TV's, but I would not fit my own aerial.
    Nigel
     

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