Do I need an aerial? How do I check that my aerial works? Yes, Freeview is received through the TV aerial, so once you know you are in coverage all you need is a correctly aligned aerial. You can check the channels available at your address by using our coverage checker: http://www.freeview.co.uk/availability The aerial needs to be connected to the aerial point in your living room with a good quality shielded aerial cable. Then you are ready to connect it to a Freeview digital TV, recorder or box. For most homes an existing aerial will work, as long is it is not out of position or damaged by the weather. If you have previously had a satellite dish installed the cable to the TV aerial may have been cut so you will need to make sure you have access to a working aerial cable. If you do need a new aerial you need to employ an aerial installer (see below). Based on industry guidance, installation is likely to cost between £60 and £180, and an additional socket costs around £45. Loft aerials and portable set top aerials may work in areas where there is good reception but may be subject to electrical interference from other domestic appliances. If your current picture quality is poor, you might have a damaged aerial or cable that needs attention from a professional installer. In some cases the aerial will need to be upgraded to receive all the channels available to you. A local installer will understand local circumstances and geography and suggest the best option available to you.
Well I checked Freeview's website as I am told they are "partner" by mr unmindthedoors......ok so where on their website does it mention you can receive freeview via Tablet TV as I can't see it....over to you mr unmindthedoors...
That was last week pal and in the tech world MTV have nothing special they need to tell us wants going on with an market update, SP won't rise on current state of play and I decide to sell this week since MTV have nothing special.
I agree that something doesn't seem quite right too. JLF of course has some valid points too, but discredits himself by saying the product does not exist. The BOD appear to have the industry in the palm of their hands though when you look at their cv's. I'm holding on to the hope that everything has been prepared behind the scenes, in confidential for an en masse partnered roll out with dazzling marketing & a blistering product. Because if not JLF will be right that all the dilution has been for nothing. But as yet we do not know and its the not knowing that is so frustrating.
I much prefer reading criticisms rather than the childish "Not Long Now" and "Boom" drivel found on here every few minutes. However there is no denying that JLF is a parasite that takes thorough pleasure out of other people's missery. So just filter him and be done with it.
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