I have run my own coaxial cable (about 16m long) and have just installed a new UHF tv aerial that I purchased from Jaycar and have mounted up very high on a 6.3m apex roof. I have a Samusung QE55Q80r…Continue
I have run my own coaxial cable (about 16m long) and have just installed a new UHF tv aerial that I purchased from Jaycar and have mounted up very high on a 6.3m apex roof. I have a Samusung QE55Q80r tv. I have directed the aerial toward where I beleive the nearest transmission tower is roughly. Initially I got both Maori tv channels crystal clear but nothing else when I did an autotune. I then checked the location of the transmission tower (Popoiti - east of Martinborough) and pointed my…See More
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