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Discussion in 'TVs' started by nalabro, Nov 15, 2001.

  1. nalabro

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    excuse my stupidity but i have an aerial boosted aerial which will
    not give an adequate picture on all channels simultaneously.
    would an outside one work? any other suggstions?
    cheers
     
  2. UlricVonLichtenstien

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    As ITV will be available on Sky as of next week (See posts in the Satellite forum and on Digital Spy, get yourself a dish and all your picture problems will be a thing of the past! ;)
     
  3. swhits

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    you don't state whether your aerial is mounted outside on the roof. Assuming it is, you could do with getting hold of a spectrum analyser which will tell you the signal strengths of the channels you receive. You should really be looking for signal strengths of between 45 & 80 dbs on each channel. there are so many variables that it may pay you to get an aerial specialist to upgrade your system. (a high gain aerial and possibly a masthead amp may solve your problems) You could be looking at anything between£75 and £150. It'll pay to ring round but ask if they will be able to provide you with before & signal readings to see the improvements.:cool:
     
  4. nalabro

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    good point and thanks. it's an internal boasted aerial.
     

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