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All the other transmitters will have Freeview HD at switchover.
The "advanced service" is on unknown frequencies, so it is possible that there might be different coverage to standard Freeview and a widebandaerial might be required. The advanced services will move to their correct frequencies at switch-over.
You will need an HDTV and a new Freeview HD box to view the service, and a roof top aerial will be essential.
I bought a Samsung TV with built-in freeview HD but don't seem to have tuned in any of the channels. I point to Sutton Colefield. I get all the freeview channels, but not the HD ones.
Any clues as to why.
Hi, Fed up with paying for sky - I currently have a sky+box and have been with sky over a year.
1 - Can I buy a HD freeveiw box that records like my sky + and just plug it into the existing sky dish cable.
2 - can I watch channels such as dave etc, how who do I subscribe to?
thanks in advance
I have just bought a Freeview HD TV and can receive BBC1 NORTH, ITV1, CHANNEL4 AND BBC HD Which are all great. Can you advise when I will be able to receive the other HD Freeview channels like Film4 etc? I cant find any dates or plans on any website at all?
Paul Weston Monday 17 January 2011 4:53PM Peterborough
Regarding Freeview HD. In NN15 5EX on Sandy Heath. FreeviewHD is not showing as available at all. in other areas served by Sandy the website is giving a date of later this year to be able to received Freeview HD. I'm about to purchase a Freeview + box. Is it worth getting an HD one or I am really not going to be able to receive Freeview HD (even though areas further from Sandy can!)?
my postcode says that I will get freeview hd on 30th march 2011 (B80 7AX) no other postcodes in the area say they will so I wonder if it is true? my tv comes from sutton coldfield and so i dont think that goes hd yet. I suspect the predictor is wrong? can you help at all, many thanks
I am still a little confused. I cant work out where the lichfield transmitter is but it looks like its near to Sutton coldfield. Is it right that if I can get C5 analogue then that is coming from lichfield and means I should be able to get HD ? I have been trying but no luck on the HD channels although I can pick up 81 normal freeview ones so that seems goo? I tried turning the antenna to larkstoke but got nothing so i think it is blocked from where I live.
I've just got a Freeview HD TV but don't see any HD channels :( I am postcode DN5 7AL, but the aerial points to Belmont not Emley Moor as it received a better signal years ago, and its in the loft as roof access is difficult apparently. When does Belmont get HD channels, and can I still get it from the attic with the booster I have?
Currently, signal strength is high for freeview, according to my TV. Thanks in advance.
hi i am in same boat as others have bought an lg tv with built in freeview hd and although freeview is good i cant see any hd channels am in glasgow according to freeview my area should be good to go any clue as to when i will receive the channels cheers
Robert Dawson: your going to need an HD tuner,
HD ready does not mean your tv has HD tuner inside, can you give details of what make/model TV and DV Recorder ? i could look them up and see if they have HD tuner inside.
Can you please tell me what is going on. After switch-over we were led to believe that signal strength would be fantastic.
But ITV and HD programmes are on and off almost on a nightly basis. Are they still working on the transmitters, have they given any indication when stability might set in?
I am asking you because you have been so helpful in the past
My post code ST15 0PQ and picking up signals direct from Sutton Coldfield Thanks for any help.
Just bought Samsung freeview hd tv,tuned channels but only get bbc1,itv1ch4in hd,.manual says I get about 50 channels in hd.i am in Tyne tees region in between digital changeover dates,12sept and26sept, my ariel I think is towards pontopike,thanks
Terry: These are text services. For example, logical channel number (LCN) 106 is "Mail Travel TV". I just went on it and it said to press the Text button on the remote which I did and this then came up with a the logo for the Daily Mail and a text page.
BBC Red Button is another such service which is on LCN 105, although it is also available by pressing text or the red button on any BBC standard definition service.
We have a Sony Full HD tv. The digital switchover has been completed today, live in the North East with aerial towards the Bilsdale transmitter. The tv has been re-tuned but we have been unable to get any of the HD channels. If anyone out there is able to give us any clue as to what we need to do to get the HD channels then we would really appreciate a reply. Thanks
Hi jb38, thanks for your reply sorry that I haven't been in touch before now. The tv is a Sony Bravia KDL40W5500. We still have the box in our garage so will be able to check the exact wording tomorrow but we are sure that it was sold as a 40" Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview and 100z Motionflow. Hope that this may be of some help to you and you may be able to give us some avice about the HD channels.
Carole: Just had a check at the technical specifications for that model and regret to say that according to the info its only fitted with a DVB-T tuner, devices capable of actually receiving an HD signal have to be of the DVB-T2 specification.
The TV will of course will be able to provide an HD picture, but only if its being fed into the set via an HDMI socket.
Carole: Speaking as an engineer I think its quite appalling the way these devices are allowed to be advertised, as although it may well be perfectly worded in the legal sense in the moral sense it isn't, as even I who have been involved in this field for years have (on occasions) to check the spec of a device to know if its actually capable of HD reception or not.
Just picked up a Samsung 2013 smart tv with guild in freeview hd tuner and free sat tuners.
However we are pointed at Oxford transmitter and the tv gets all stationed but NOT the HD ones .
However our Bt freeviewbox CAN receive HD when plugged into the same coax cable
Gavin: Should your model of TV offer a manual tuning facility then enter and scanC57 which is Oxfords HD channel, if the situation remains the same after having carried the aforementioned out then could you please provide the model number of the device in question.
By the way, when you say that the BT Freeviewbox can receive HD when plugged into the same aerial, does this refer to viewing an HD channel on the box "immediately" before tuning in your new TV? because if any gap exists between the two then the HD signal may have dropped out due the widespread problems being caused by high pressure interference