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Aerial

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by Timm, Jul 18, 2001.

  1. Timm

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    I've just bought a large tv but now terrestrial channels sometimes look quite poor. Would I benefit from having a better aerial? I assume a dish would give a better picture but I don't want to pay for one when I haven't got time to watch the other five.
     
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    Yes, a new aerial and downlead should help but if you are not already receiving a digital service then you should consider doing so, either ITV Digital or Sky Digital. The difference to the picture, and the sound, is remarkable.
     
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    If I was to go for a dish is the minimum I would pay about £16/mth and £50 connection, or can you just get one without connecting to Sky to get terrestrial programmes?
     

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