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Indoor Ariel

Baaheeduk

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Hi Peeps,

My mum and dad are kind of stuck in their ways and would prefer me not to go drilling all over their house to run an ariel feed to a freeview box that they are considering for the bedroom.

I was looking at indoor ariels as they would much prefer this option.

So my question is: Are these any good?

Now I know that it will not be as good as linking it to the rooftop ariel, I just want to know if anybody has tried one of these and is it good enough?

I know it must be a damn site better that the crap signal they get at the moment I.e. The ariel attached to the tv :)

Cheers
 

DiamondGeezer

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I've personally found most indoor tv ariels to be crap but I've not got a good signal where I am.

If its from argos I suggest you buy and if it doesn't work take it back
 

MH

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I bought one from B & Q for 5 quid, for when we go away in the tent..works a treat with my USB stick
 

Baaheeduk

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Thanks for your input guys. I'll buy one and as Tony says, take it back if it's no use :)

I'm sure the signal is quite strong where they are so should be ok.

:Cheers:
 

fast t

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hi m8 when i had an indoor aerial for me freeview i got 1 ov those one for all aerials from argos the ones with the hoop m8 is ideal for freeview think are 17 qui but do a good job if any help..