Setting up Freeview|HD: using a UHF aerial, composite cables & older CRT TV

Setting up Freeview|HD.
Required: Freeview|HD Coverage (check yours at www.freeviewnz.tv/coverage.aspx), Freeview|HD receiver, a TV with no built-in Freeview (an older CRT TV or flat-panel TV made before 2010).

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