Just a question i'm now struggling with, and hope that there is someone out there that can help. We currently have a digital ariel in our loft. The ariel supplies the the signal to the three points in the house (One of the ground floor (Study), one on the first floor (Lounge) and one on the second floor (Bedroom)). We have always had a Flat Screen TV (7 years old, and not an LCD/Plasma), has the signal going through a booster/amplifier and then a seperate freeview box). On this setup, we recieve all channels without any problems. Anyhow, we decided to change our TV in the bedroom, and after trying a number of different sets, we ended up keeping (I had 4 TVs with technical faults) getting the LG 19LS4D, with integrated Freeview. When we set up the TV, everything looked ok. All the channels had loaded up. However, when we started looking through the channels, we started to notice something. None of the Channels submitted on UHF 52 (Sky News, Sky Sports News, Dave etc) had a good signal, with the picture and sound looking/sounding like it had interference. We tried the automatic search a few times, but the same still happened. However, what we did notice, was that when the LG TV was on in the Bedroom (It didnt matter which channel), the UHF 52 Channels on the Lounge TV also had interference. Once the LG was put on standby, the Lounge TV returned to normal. I have also tried the LG TV in the lounge socket and through the booster, but still we get poor signals on the LG. Also tried was a separate amplifier/booster in the bedroom, but still the same. I have checked with coverage, and the channels available/will be available do not match that on the Freeview website check. As I mentioned, it is only the UHF 52 Channels that are missing on LG (these should be recieved according to the check), but are picked up by the stand alone freeview box in the lounge. The retailer thinks it is to do with the reception of the channels on UHF 52, or to do with the ariel (But not the TV). In terms of transmission, UHF 52 Channels are broadcast at maximum from the Sutton Coldfield Transmittor. Does anybody have any ideas what could be the problem, and what could be done to help?