Can anyone help with an aerial issue - I've just had a new freeview aerial fitted, picking up most freeview ok, but analogue is pants. My analogue (old) aerial is on the local transmitter (no f.v. yet, reasonable PQ), the freeview aerial is on a different more distant transmitter (different analogue frequencies altogether & unwatchably poor analogue PQ). Both leads from respective aerials terminate in the loft, where either can be connected to the single lead running down inside the wall to a socket near the tv. My Sky box (there also) is linked to a 2nd Tv in another room, but if I plug the FV aerial into it, the linked tele gets v poor analogue from FV transmitter, sky, & I loose many FV channels to my main tele. So the question............ If I use a splitter to plug both aerials into the one lead running downstairs, then splitting it again at the bottom so one lead gets plugged into sky thus my second tv via link (it remaining tunned to existing analogue channels ((local transmitter)), my first tele can be plugged in directly from the splitter & use the freeview frequencies. Will it work? Will this degrade the freeview? (other than the actual joints, I'm not sharing the FV signal). Would a booster help? I don't want to have to run another lead into either room if I can avoid it, it seems like it should work to me.