Strange DAB reception problem Hi there, first time posting so apologies if I've picked the wrong forum. I have a (admittedly quite old now) Cambridge Audio DAB 500 receiver. It has always been very reliable, but I am now getting a strange problem with reception that I don't really understand and think might be a fault that has developed after getting it out of storage and setting it up in my new place (which is a street away from my old place where it worked perfectly). The receiver picks up loads of stations when you auto tune (typically around 100), when you tune into pretty much any station and press the tune button to see the signal strength bargraph, it consistently shows a very high signal (usually right to the right hand side far past the minimum acceptable marker) however again consistently with every station if you then check the signal error rate it is always very high - typically around 70. Therefore all stations are completely garbled and inaudible due to this signal error (either silence or it just constantly pops). I don't understand how I can have such good signal strength and such bad signal quality across all stations? Wondered if this could point to a problem with the receiver? I've tried a number of different aerials (currently a DAB external aerial that is brand new with brand new cabling) and get the same problem with each I have tried? Also I have another cheap DAB kitchen radio (little thing) and that works perfectly in the same position with just a basic attached internal telescopic aerial. Any thoughts? It's got me a bit stumped? I figure it's probably just it's end of life but can't bring myself to chuck it out just yet! Many thanks in advance guys.