Hi all, infrequent poster but have always had good advice here so.... Recently binned off Sky in favour of all services from BT, now trying to get the YouView box up and running but have had trouble getting the Freeview channels. Unfortunately the TV is mounted on the opposite wall to the aerial socket, I confirmed the signal at socket is good by linking up 4 aerial leads like a tightrope across the room tuning in - sixty something channels were found. All good I thought, but not wanting to have to perform a limbo dance when crossing the room I went to Robert Dyas and bought the following extension kit so I could run the wire along the skirting board / around the door frame. Vivanco DIY TV Extension Kit | Robert Dyas Having done this & re-tuned now have no channels found. Back to the 4 connected 1m cables and channels found again. Tried the long cable with a signal booster but still nothing. borrowed another long cable from a relative & no joy. Would there be much difference is the strength of signal carried by a single 11m cable compared to the 4 odd ones joined together? Is there a 'higher grade' of cable available which would better carry the signal? The only answer I can see is to resite the TV to the wall with the socket but really don't want to as this will involve a full redecorate that the wife will be keen on but I'm not up for... Any advice would be appreciated!