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If you want to watch Freeview, then you need an aerial, preferably a proper external (or loft mounted) one. Freeview signals are far weaker than traditional tv signals and so trying to receive them without an aerial or via a tv set-top aerial is usually doomed to failure. If you must use a set-top aerial then connect it directly to the tv (not via a video or any other device) and avoid using "amplified" or "booster" aerials unless you have no other choice.
I'm unfamiliar with Vistron, but usually channels are added by going into the menu and looking for "installation" or "set up". But if you have no aerial then you aren't going to get very far.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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