I have an 8 year old Panasonic Freeview recorder (DMR-XW380) and for some time the UHF signal has been pretty bad with massive picture break up.So when the aerial came down earlier this year the old…Continue
"Hi...as per my knowledge at almost 40 miles from the transmiters, you need a fringe antenna and preamplifier. After the analog shutoff, WLUK-DT will go back to channel 11, so you will need an antenna that will pick up VHF-high-band as well as…"
"Hey Damien, sorry for a bit of a late reply...
I was thinking the same as Biggles, but then I read it again and you said you plugged the cable straight into your new Smart TV and it was all ok. I assume no more splitter then?
If I assume the…"
"It's unlikely to be the Panasonic or STB. Normally they either work or they don't.
The problem is almost certain to be associated with the antenna and cabling. And if the splitter is that old then it's most likely to be the wrong type…"
I have an 8 year old Panasonic Freeview recorder (DMR-XW380) and for some time the UHF signal has been pretty bad with massive picture break up.So when the aerial came down earlier this year the old man replaced it with a newer one and it was okay (not perfect) for my dad who was running a Dish TV T1020 receiver in his bedroom off a splitter which we were both connected to.There was still, on his machine, moments where the picture would freeze and so forth and on mine I couldn't do much with it…See More
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