If you’re having trouble with your digital TV picture breaking up, before calling a TV Antenna Guy you should check your TV Fly Lead. This is the aerial cable that connects your TV to the socket on the wall. Here’s how to do it and potentially save money!
Want to get Digital Radio and Internet Radio but put off by the cost of new Home Theatre or hifi systems that support it? You can save hundreds and still get the new technology.
There are a number of different types of TV Antennas commonly used in Australia. In this article I’ll explain the major types and how they’re used.
Do you typically only watch a few selected channels on your Digital TV? You can make it easier to change to scan through them with this simple tip.
Aligning an aerial for Digital TV can be both one of the easiest and hardest things parts of an antenna replacement job. In many locations you can visually eyeball where it needs to be pointed, but in others locations it will take painstaking work or specialist tools. In this article I’ll explain the professional method of aligning an aerial as well as discuss a couple of DIY methods.
One of the most common frustrations I used to hear from my customers was about getting into menus and getting lost. But you can easily escape no matter how lost you get! In this tip I’ll tell you how.
Are you moving to or from a rental? Here’s a moving hint!
Almost all LCD or Plasma TVs can be used a computer monitor. Why would you want to do this? One good reason is for displaying slideshows of photos, presentations or websites. You can also use it for full screen video conferencing via Skype with family, friends or colleagues. In this article I’ll explain how to do it.
One of the great benefits of Digital TV Broadcasting is that we now have multichannel broadcasting, in that each station can have several channels of content. Some of them are great, but on the other hand there are now 4 or so TV Shopping channels in capital cities. So why waste time having to skip past them when switching through channels?
If you are in a hilly area, far from TV transmitters or have a large number of TV sockets you may have issues with weak DTV signal causing breakups and loss of reception. One potential solution to this is to install a TV Masthead Amplifier or a Distribution amplifier. In this article I’ll discuss the types of RF Amplifiers used for Digital TV.