Installing a Blu-Ray player is one of the simplest set-ups you can do. In this guide I’ll help you to do it yourself.
Modern TV and AV devices can use a large variety of different connection types, particularly if you’re using some older equipment along with new stuff. In this article I’ll try to explain what HDMI, Component, Composite and other cable types are.
There are a couple of different TV sockets used in Australia. Choosing the right sockets to use can make a difference to the quality of signal you receive. This guide explains the types available and which to use where.
There are numerous different ways to mount a TV antenna on a house or other building. The choice of method will usually depend on the style of roof. A usual good rule is to mount as a high as practical to ensure the best possible signal. This is a guide to the types of aerial mounts available.
Since I closed my business many of my old customers have asked me to recommend another TV guy to install new TV points and antennas. Unfortunately when I was in the business I didn’t really work with any others to be able to make a solid recommendation. In this article I will cover a few points that may help you find a TV antenna installer or cabler.
Is your Digital TV reception breaking up? Before you call a TV technician here’s what to do first! These tips may save you hundreds of dollars!
The short answer is no!
There is no such thing as a Digital TV Antenna! To be able to get good Digital TV reception you simply need an antenna that is receiving good quality signal at the frequencies the stations use in your location. See this guide for info about what you need for Digital TV.