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My TV doesn't have a SCART socket, can I connect a Freeview box?

My TV doesn't have a SCART socket, can I connect a Freeview box?

My TV doesn't have a SCART socket, can I connect a Freeview
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Without a SCART socket your options are limited. If you have a stereo+composite input (usually three 'phono' sockets) you can use these with an adaptor cable.

If you ONLY have RF input, it may be worth getting a new TV, as the cost of a modulator would go a long way to towards a nice new low-power LCD TV set.

Your signals come from the Dover transmitter, which reports the name of the main regional transmitter (Bluebell Hill) rather than its own name to your Freeview box.

See: https://ukfree.tv/transmitters/ngr/TR274397 https://ukfree.tv/prediction



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