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  graham√ 15:47 07 Jun 2003

You will get free good advice if you have a local 'aerial shop'. They will know which transmitters to aim for at your location. If it is a poor signal area for TV or radio, or both, you will need seperate aerials pointing in different directions. It's not an exact science, you can't just stick an aerial up and put a massive amplifier on it.

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