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digital aerial for freeview

Discussion in 'Freeview & YouView' started by H4r7y, Oct 19, 2003.

  1. H4r7y

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    i have installed in my home an ntl digital tv feed (not used) which we DO use for channels 1 - 5 and its a stonking picture.
    im thinking of getting a freeview box but dont really want to go to the expenxe and hassle of getting a new aerial put on the roof etc.
    is there any chance i can use the ntl feed as the digital aerial?

    if i cant what sort of price am i looking at if i decide i want to get a new aerial fitted?

    thx in advance

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  2. cerebros

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    Are you saying that you don't have a roof aerial at the moment?
     
  3. H4r7y

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    i have no roof aerial
     
  4. Wayne Moule

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    DTT is not carried on NTL at all.

    A roof aerial will be from £50 upwards and well worth it.
     

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