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Friday, 18 February 2011
Saturday, 19 February 2011
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Ian Gosling
1:22 PM

When a region goes full digital, will the transmitter power be increased to help those living in fringe areas to get better reception and less dropout.

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Briantist
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1:25 PM

Ian Gosling: Yes, everyone who can get an analogue signal before switchover will get a digital one afterwards.

This is, after all, the whole point of the exercise.

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Sunday, 20 February 2011
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steven hodge
9:15 PM
Carmarthen

just wondring if you could help, basicly i have just moved into a new build house, iv got a new wide band aerial, but when scanning for channels not one is being found, ive also tried the same T.V and aerial at my fathers house and it works fine there picking up all the channels
the aerial was in the attic and also held out side throu the up stairs window stil no signal, any ideas,
cheers

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steven hodge's 1 post GB
Monday, 21 February 2011
Briantist
sentiment_very_satisfiedOwner

6:22 AM

steven hodge: You stand no chance whatsoever of a loft or internal aerial providing digital TV at your location.

A top-class rooftop aerial *MAY* provide Freeview for you, but this *MAY* not be the case until 2012.

If I were you, I would install Freesat.

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tombett
6:34 PM
Skelmersdale

my freesat works great. but my programme guide on all channels says no nformation available can you help

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Briantist
sentiment_very_satisfiedOwner

7:02 PM

tombett: I would suggest you do a "first time installation" ... again.

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Jez
9:41 PM

Hi Guys,

i have got a freesat tv, i am receiving freesat as cricket world cup is on now. can i watch sky sports 1, i don't mind paying for a one or two ?

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Jez's 1 post GB
Tuesday, 22 February 2011
Briantist
sentiment_very_satisfiedOwner

6:56 AM

Jez: No, you can't do that. Sky require an one year minimum contract for Sky Sports and their hardware.

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Darren Bromley
1:31 PM
Bolton

Can you help plese, this might have been answedred already but can't find it, if so apologies in advance.
Problem.
I have sky hd downstairs and use the rf out on the back to a second tv upstairs, which shows the sky channel superb. However when viewing the digital channels on normal television they freeze. I believe this is to do with the rf2 output channel, however I have no idea what to set this to. i have tried changing it and either get a good sky signal freeze pictures or rubbish sky picture and some freeview channels. This is the only aerial I use. I live in the BL2 area (Granada TV)

Help please thanks.

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