I have the WS32Z419D. Was very impressed at first (compared to a couple of sami LCDs I had and swiftly returned), but the picture quality is beginning to annoy me now. Not the actual quality of the TV, but the quality of the signal.
According to www.dtg.org.uk I have two transmitters in my area; Blackhill (58km away bearing of 67 degrees, and Darvel 28km bearing of 107 degrees). This website also said that the Darvel transmitter has all freeview channels available.
So, set up my very high gain aerial in my loft, pointed it on a bearing of 107 degrees (actually used a compass!), and hit the autotune feature of the TV. All channels tuned in, no missing ones. "Excellent" I thought, but on checking the 'signal information' feature it turns out that all channels are tuned to the blackhill transmitter, and the signal strentgh rarely gets above 60-65, with a 1-2 bit rate error. Channel 5 is horendous, rarely getting above 52-55!.
How can I manually tune my television to the Darvel aerial?
Samsung service desk says I need to reposition my aerial and that I cant do it from the TV (even though the aerial is pointing on the correct bearing). But I got the feeling that the person didnt know what they were talking about.
Is it because I have a loft aerial? Or can I tell the TV which transmitter to tune to?