Quite simply, Freeview and Freeview+
channels are a great line up of
channels that have been around for a
while now and they are free!
There are currently 48 TV channels and
24 radio channels, all available
without subscription, including
ITV2,3,4, BBC 3, 4 and many many more
receive Freeview channels is easy. You
only need to plug in your Free view
compatible aerial to your Freeview set
top box, and that is it!
Technically there is no such thing as
aerial, or free view
aerials. Freeview compatible aerials
are the same as digital compatible
aerials. They must have a good clean
signal to receive the freeview
for Freeview should have a balun, have
CT100 cable as a minimum, which is not
the copper foil aluminium foil type
aerial cable. It is copper foil copper
screen ( as per CAI and Digital UK
need to make sure that the advice you
are getting is good, knowledgeable and
honest, so you can watch uninterrupted
and great digital television.
Freeview + Boxes
Freeview + is like Sky + if you have
seen it. The Freeview + box has an
extra hard drive built in to allow you
to be able to record, pause and
continue watching the programs. It is
a great idea and a natural progression
for Freeview channels.
Aerials 4U install TV aerials that are
compatible with Freeview channels and
can also sort our problems with
Freeview reception issues, whether
that is for communal aerial systems or
instant access to the freeveiw
programme guide (Freeview HD channels
and over 50 other Freeview channels),
plan ahead and catch all your
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chaps, thought my in-laws might need a new aerial, but Paul
checked the signal and said all that was needed was a new
connection. They could have said they needed a new aerial
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Digital TV offers a far wider choice of
Digital TV viewing with lots of extra channels, and uses digital technology to
reduce the interference that you may experience on analogue TV (the five
channels you get via your standard TV aerial).
Digital TV also offers other benefits, such as
a greater selection of widescreen programming, and on-screen electronic
programme guide, interactive services, and in some cases, High Definition and
Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound.
By 2012, the UK's TV service is switching to
digital, and you need to be ready for the
Digital Switchover. Call Aerials 4U and get advice on your options for
getting digital TV that's ready for the switchover
Freeview is the easiest way to enjoy digital TV for free. View around 50 digital
TV channels, with no subscription.
All you need is an aerial, digital box, digital TV recorder or digital TV and
you can view all the channels instantly
Freeview+ has all your favourite Freeview channels, but with Freeview+ you'll be
able to pause, record and rewind live TV and watch the programmes you have
recorded at a time to suit you.
As well as up to 50 free
standard channels, Freeview HD gives you all your favourite TV in fabulous HD:
The BBC HD channel BBC 1 HD ITV1 HD & CH4 HD All re
mastered in HD to improve picture quality
was created to ensure that everyone has the best of free
digital TV, no matter where they live in the UK.
Aerials 4U Can offer you free advice on all Freesat
installations Repairs and upgrades.
monthly subscription, charges or contract to receive the
channels on offer!
All that is required is the
installation of a new Freesat digital satellite system,
which is a 'one-off' cost'. Aerials 4U can supply and
install Freesat SD, Freesat HD and Freesat HD Recordable
satellite systems. Be sure to contact us on
01276 473800 for information
and advice on which Freesat digital satellite receiver is
suited to your requirements.
installation for communal properties delivers a complete range of TV and radio
signals to every home.
An Integrated Reception System (IRS) gives
the widest choice by providing a full range of TV and radio signals to every
home. It is most commonly used for communal properties throughout the UK and
provides the option of receiving digital TV through an aerial or satellite
dish and provides a greater choice for users.
The basic IRS system (5-wires) delivers TV
signals (either through the aerial or satellite dish) to the receivers exactly
as if they were connected directly to their own aerial or dish,
For residents whose first language is not
English, it is possible to have additional satellite dishes added to the
system to receive foreign language services.
To find out more about IRS systems please
contact us today on 01276 473800
Fibre Optic satellite and
distribution is a technology that enables satellite tv signals from the antenna
to be distributed using a single fibre optic cable infrastructure and then is
converted to electrical signals for use with conventional set-top boxes.
The dish can be sited as
far away as 10km away from the property. This is an excellent solution for
people who suffer with weak signals, mountainous aerials, black spots and heavy
tree or forestry locations
Fibre Optic can be the
best solution for either 1 single property or can be networked for commercial
use, flats & housing schemes etc, to produce the highest and best signal
Extra point to kitchen.
"Paul and his
collegues did a first class job they gave advice and were punctual and tidy.
With an easy and friendly approach. Will certainly recommend them if
opportunity arises. I would recommend this company."
Customer in Farnborough,
Install hi-gain aerial and
and helpful. Job carried out quickly and efficiently - clean and tidy."
Customer in Guildford,
"I am having a new
floor laid at my house and Paul and his colleague came round and sorted me
out. Excellent workmanship. Highly recommend Paul and his team. Solid,
reliable and trustworthy."
Customer in Crowthorne,
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Digital switchover London Region
Switchover is Still
to come in this region Switchover starts in: 2012
When will I switch?
There is 1 transmitter group in the London
TV region that will switch from analogue to digital TV in 2012.
Further detail on your date will be announced nearer the time.
You can download information about the
switchover in London here: