New Build flat - TV aerial and Freeview - How do I ?

metallica123

Novice Member
Hi,

I have moved into a new build flat and the wall socked is as shown in the attached image. I have also attached a picture of the back of the TV.

1. Can someone guide what each socket is for?

2. I do not have Sky or other box and want to receive only Freeview/ Freesat. Which socket in the wall do I plug and to which end in the TV?

3. Do I need a co-axial cable or a F type connector?

The block of flats has a communal dish/ aerial.

Thanks

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Gallifreyan

Active Member
To me it looks like the coax cable goes into the left hand trio socket (not the one on its own). And then the Antenna cable In socket on your tv.
 

metallica123

Novice Member
Thanks.
On a 2012 year TV, in a previous place I had a Cat F socket from Sat to coax in the Antenna in the TV.

however the layout of sockets there was different and I do not have the same TV now. Hence was wondering.
 

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