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Windy Weather may impact your reception

Please be aware that windy conditions may impact your Freeview Signal. If you do have issues after heavy weather, please check your aerial…

Started by Josh ✔️

0 Sep 26

Is there a "Multiroom" equivalent for Freeview?

Good Question,  Yes however there are different ways to go about this, it depends on what you need the setup for.  Method 1: Purchase anoth…

Started by Josh ✔️

0 Aug 15

Tackling streaming issues!

Hi All,  Winter is here, and with that comes plenty of evenings to catch up on your favorite shows! With that in mind though, with everyone…

Started by Josh ✔️

0 May 8

Check your Satellite Dish in Spring

A spring clean up around your satellite dish can help detect any loose fittings or debris that can cause reception issues,  Even if there's…

Started by Josh ✔️

0 Sep 6, 2018

Could Warm / Hot Weather affect my Satellite Signal?

Generally, No.  However, the equipment you use can be affected by warmer temperatures. If you encounter any issues of reception such as pix…

Started by Josh ✔️

0 Dec 1, 2017

Spring Clean Checklist

The warmer days and light nights are coming! We all have that annual or bi annual clean around the home to get ready for those BBQ's in Sum…

Started by Josh ✔️

0 Sep 2, 2017

Learn the Jargon! Guide to the techy bits of Digital TV!

3D Television - Some TV programmes and some Blu-ray discs are available in 3D format. To experience these you will need a 3D TV with speci…

Started by Josh ✔️

0 Aug 2, 2017

What aerial is suitable for me?

Digital TV gives you sharper pictures and better quality sound.  New Zealand’s rich and varied geography does mean that signal strengths &a…

Started by Josh ✔️

0 Aug 2, 2017

Preparing for Winter

It's always a good idea to make sure things around the house especially your Freeview TV antenna (Satellite Dish or UHF aerial) is checked…

Started by Josh ✔️

1 Jun 19, 2017
Reply by Josh ✔️

Satellite TV - How it works

Early satellite TV viewers were explorers of sorts. They used their expensive dishes to discover unique programming that wasn't necessarily…

Started by Josh ✔️

3 May 17, 2017
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