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Freeview! Any good???

Discussion in 'Freeview & YouView' started by WBC, Dec 4, 2002.

  1. WBC

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    I've been thinking off adding freeview to a second TV in the conservatory but have had no experience with it.

    Sounds simple enough to set up but is it any good :confused: ???

    Thanks
     
  2. Squirrel God

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    I would never go back to analogue. Within 1 hour of my first installing the digibox, I unplugged the analogue aerial from my TV forever. Great price, good choice of channels. Plus anamorphic widescreen broadcasts!
     
  3. kevenh

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    He's got that right!

    No aerial on my TV since I got DTT...

    (but the aerial does get as far as my vcr. Analogue teletext still has more info than digital teletext)
     
  4. bar

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    IMO it is worth shelling out for a STB just for the better picture quality and true widescreen broadcasts!
     
  5. MartinImber

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    I can't take the aerial cable out of the TV as I would lose DTTV:)
     
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    go for it. When they crank up the bit rate the pic qual is really good £100 is not a lot for a one off esp when compared to sky subscription
     

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