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2 room tv aerial installation.

Here is one of our 2 room Digital TV Aerials fitted today.

As you can see in this instance we have fitted 2 separate Digital TV Aerials on a 6 foot mast and bracket, sometimes and usually at the engineers discretion it is better than using a splitter.

All new cables are fed down the gable end and fed into the building and sealed on the outside with silicone.

This was fitted on a wall bracket as no chimney on property.

If you want any advice on a Multiroom tv aerial setup don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Thanks Andy and Bob.

High gain TV Aerials

If you need a High TV Aerial fitting you have come to the right place.

High gain TV Aerials are fitted in situations where tv reception is reduced such as trees or tall buildings and when you live in an area that is a long distance from transmitter.

However some companies out there will try to over sell you an aerial and charge extravagant amounts of money, also creating problems of having too much signal.

TV Aerials need approx 45 – 70 dB anything above that will overload your tuner and may cause your pictures to break up if in doubt head over to our website for some answers.

Digital TV Aerial installation Myths

If you are in need of some advice on Digital TV Aerial installation then look no further.

Many people ask can we have a digital TV aerial and not analogue one, well there is no difference between an old type and a new type. All tv aerials now are classed as wideband aerials meaning they can pick up the full spectrum of signals from all transmitters, and when the broadcasters change frequency it is still capable of working.

Another one we are coming across is HD tv aerials again no such thing, if you have enough signal arriving at your Television or Set Top Box if it’s capable of receiving HD and the signal then all will be good.

Bigger aerial better signal is another myth you need 45 – 70db anything more than that or anything less your picture could break up. Some companies will up sell the aerial telling you will need this or that just be wary.

If you need help with any issues head over to our website and ask for Andy or Bob