Tuesday, 19 May 2015
10:53 PM Trowbridge
An amplifier is very unlikely to help as it would seem that your comment about the trees is most significant. Possibly resiting the aerial so that is can 'look' past the trees might help, or maybe a longer pole so that it looks over the trees - but that may become a problem again as the trees grow taller.
If you provide a post code, or that of a very near shop perhaps, then the reception and topographical maps can be used to ascertain the locality of trees, hills, etc and maybe determine which is a suitable transmitter for you.
MikeP's 39 posts
Wednesday, 20 May 2015
Sunday, 24 May 2015
Sharon collins: Is your TV plugged into a freeview box, or is there one built in?
If its plugged into a freeview box in one room, and the same in another, then the scart connection/cable might be playing up - all the pins have to connect properly, and if they dont, you can then get everyone being green on the screen or loss of sound.
If its not, then thats weird! If the TV works fine plugged into a normal TV aerial in one room, but not another, it doesn't make sense. If the signal was bad in one room, then it would be just the sound, it would be whole channels being a bit dodgy.
MikeB's 1,359 posts
Sharon collins: You should try carrying out a "manufacturers reset" on the TV, as what you have reported could possibly be due to a glitch having occurred in the TV's processing circuitry.
By the way, "manufacturers reset" is also known as "default setting" / "first time installation" etc.
jb38's 6,461 posts
Monday, 25 May 2015
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