jai at jaiharrison.com
Sat Nov 3 12:01:34 GMT 2007
So my best bet is to borrow the best non-roof aerial I can find off of
someone and the same for a Freeview box and hope I have some luck. If
I do then I buy the equipment myself.
On 11/3/07, Kris Marsh <moogman at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/3/07, Jai Harrison <jai at jaiharrison.com> wrote:
> > Hey guys,
> > Will all FreeView boxes work in the same way? If so then all I need to
> > do is borrow one from a friend and see if it works, right? Either way
> > I'll need the aerial because I don't have one on my roof.
> > Is the aerial I linked to a good one? Will one of those be suitable or
> > do I need to somehow get a "good" one installed on the roof?
> > Jai
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> I would suggest either borrowing one from someone, or buying one from
> a place that gives you a "no quibble money back" guarantee. Some of
> the Freeview boxes are seriously crap - really laggy in some of the
> menus, flimsy remotes etc.
> But yep, all Freeview boxes work the same - plug them into an aerial,
> plug the box into your TV, load it up and click the autoprogramme
> button (and then hope for the best) :-)
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