Do I need to buy a booster?
With analogue television, it has often been necessary to buy an amplifier to improve the quality of the television picture, or to supply a steady on several televisions fed from the same aerial.
I had a customer who had two of these sets both did exactly what you describe, it would look like there is a faulty batch. I got involved” --- Mark Aberfan Aerials
“Daniel Peake: Have you just moved in the last week?
The last Scottish analogue transmissions were switched off last Wednesday morning. You will nee” --- Mike Dimmick
“Terry R- move your new aerial away,or remove the old one all together,2 aerials too close together can totally mess things up.” --- Des Collier
Four of the Freeview multiplexes (collections of channels) broadcast in one mode known as "16 QAM (3/4)", and the other two broadcast in another mode called "64QAM (2/3)".
“Phil: According to the Digital UK postcode checker you should be able to receive all six muxes with good reception direct from Winter Hill. Use a grou” --- KMJ,Derby
Connecting it all up
Why are there so many sorts of connecting cables? Find out with this quick guide.
“Jim: Regarding your Humax 9200 freeview box, you simply connect it into your TVs scart 2 input socket and select this input on your TVs remote when yo” --- jb38
What do you do if you can't use an external aerial for Freeview?
check with the council first or if you have a landlord as they may not want the signal cable drilled through the internal walls.
general” --- ian
“Re freeview. Are the little boxes, hinged, which go behind the tv as good as full size freeview boxes? Seems a good way to convert a small bedromm tv ” --- nick
“(john macmillan): Your problem is symptomatic of you receiving a low signal level from whatever Multiplex station your aerial is pointing at, as it ca” --- jb38