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How do I set up Freeview on all the TVs in my house?

Posted March 25, 2013 - Setting up

Getting Freeview for all the televisions in your house is straightforward. You might already have Freeview, most new flatscreen TVs come with Freeview built in. If your other TVs don’t have Freeview, you’ll need to add either a basic Freeview box, Freeview HD or Freeview Play to each TV.

The only other thing you need is a good signal from your rooftop aerial. When the signal from your aerial is split to feed two or more receivers in your home, it might need a boost. In some cases where there is a good signal you may be able to use a portable aerial.

Get in touch with either the Confederation of Aerial Industries (CAI) or Get Me Digital who can give you details of one or more members who operate in your area and guarantee their work:

Find an approved CAI installer at Get Me Viewing

Find a digital professional at 

A local installer will understand the circumstances and local geography of your area and suggest the best option for you.

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