Question about Televison & Video
If the TV has no integrated tuner, get a TV freeview receiver, available from about £20.
If the TV has integrated DVT-B tuner, all you have to do is connecting an external aerial to the TV, or an internal aerial suitable for freeview reception. If the internal antenna signal is still not enough you may need to use a signal booster connected to the antenna.
Before doing all that, ensure that you are tuned on the freeview channels. Use the Source/Input button on your remote to browse TV input , until you are sure that you are on the digital freeview channels.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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