TV Arial

  baldyx 12:36 14 Apr 2005

Anybody recommend a portable TV arial which will also provide good signals to Freeview boxes? I have checked with the local electricals shops without any success.

  Stuartli 13:03 14 Apr 2005

Sroll down this page:

click here

Some here:

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You can also get digital TV signal boosters at the same site.

  CHRoNÏÇ DÂWG 13:11 14 Apr 2005

i use the one for all sv9149-00-002 which is very good, i live in a valley and we get a pretty poor reception but this ariel gives me almost as good a picture on my comp, as my downstairs TV roof top ariel

  Al94 13:46 14 Apr 2005

Not sure exactly what you want a portable aerial for but look here click here for other ideas

  Al94 13:52 14 Apr 2005

Sorry link was to wrong page on site
click here

  woodchip 14:21 14 Apr 2005

I am using a £1 aerial from a pound shop. but it depends on the area you are in

  Stuartli 17:34 14 Apr 2005

...if it works at all you are very lucky...:-)

  woodchip 18:43 14 Apr 2005

Back bedroom Can see Emilymoor from my front bedroom window

  g0nvs 19:23 14 Apr 2005

Bought wideband aerial for £10 from local TV shop fitted it in the loft, connected to portable TV, getting all freeview channels, this in a poor signal area.

  Mortticia 20:33 14 Apr 2005

With a 16foot mast on the top of the chimney I am struggling to get freeview.

And I only live 3 miles from Emley Moor.

  woodchip 20:35 14 Apr 2005

Me at Penistone

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