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Freeview & Indoor Aerial

Discussion in 'Freeview & YouView' started by kentylad, Aug 9, 2004.

  1. kentylad

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    When looking up information in freeview and what you need, most of the information states one must have a 'roof aerial'. However I was wondering whether you can have a freeview box set-up with a standard indoor aerial (with signal booster)

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    Nick
     
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    Just this on the FREEVIEW website:

    "Most UK homes are in a FREEVIEW coverage area. Use our postcode checker to see whether your postcode can receive FREEVIEW. If you are in coverage you should be able to receive FREEVIEW with your existing rooftop or loft aerial, provided they are in good condition. However, you may still experience poor quality digital reception and therefore need to get your aerial installation checked."

    Have used the postcode checker and my area is covered. I'm therefore going to give a loft aerial a go

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