Question about Televison & Video
To pick up digital signals you need two things a good aerial and a good lead to it. The best type of aerial is like the one shown below. As for the cable to it, get the same stuff used to link up satellite dishes. Also shown below. If you need to split it for more than one TV get a proper splitter.
Never use the old type brown cable, it lets in water and doesn't stop electrical interference. A badly suppressed car on the old analogue TV caused a few dots on the picture. If it gets into a digital signal the picture will freeze and then vanish till it's gone. That's why you need very good cable.
To watch the HD channels you will need a really good signal, so invest in a decent aerial.
Posted on Jan 04, 2014
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