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Is your Freeview signal weakened by running more than one TV in your house?

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If you have more than one TV running Freeview your signal could be weakened. If your TV Signal is weakened by more than one TV in your house then you may require additional filters for multiple TV sets, SASTV can provide these on request. However, if you have more than one Freeview TV in your house, you may have a single aerial and an ‘distribution amplifier or splitter’ that sends the signal to different locations. If so, then one filter – fitted between the TV aerial and the distribution amplifier or splitter – should resolve any disruption to Freeview on all of the TVs in your home. It is only if you have separate aerials for each of your TVs that you may need additional...

The top 10 reasons to end the spend and switch to Freesat this year

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Ten good reasons to make the switch and Specialist Aerial Services can help! 1. Enjoy 200 channels with 11 in HD Entertainment, Movies, Music, Children's, News & Sport - all subscription free. 2. Use Roll Back TV to watch last night's TV tonight Find the telly you missed from the last seven days without leaving the TV Guide across 26 channels. Available in boxes and TVs with Freetime - the award-winning smart TV guide. 3. The nation's most popular catch up services Access BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, All 4, Demand 5 and You Tube on your telly, plus the BBC News & Sport apps and movies on demand from Curzon Home Cinema and Hopster - the UK's leading TV & learning platform for preschool children....

Could Freeview signal be blocked by 4G?

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What’s happening and why? Mobile operators are offering 4G mobile services across the UK. 4G enables mobile devices such as smartphones, laptops and tablets to access the internet at super-fast speeds. It will drive innovations in business, entertainment, education and public services and help the UK stay competitive in an increasingly digital world. When will this happen? The first 4G at 800 MHz services launched on 29 August 2013. These networks are now expanding across the UK; when and where they launch depends on the roll-out plans of the mobile operators. What has this got to do with you and your TV? Both 4G mobile services and digital TV use parts of the radio spectrum, that is bands of frequencies, to reach us. The 800...

Christmas is coming…..

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This Christmas TV viewing promises to bring laughs galore to be enjoyed over a mince pie and a glass of mulled wine, however dont let bad weather spoil your Christmas viewing, Call SAS and we can fix it. Our support Hotline is available 24 Hours a day: 0770 2471 029 01298 875766 01433 440419 keep an eye out for our Christmas Advent Countdown

Waterfall blown upwards by high winds

A video has emerged on youtube which shows a Derbyshire waterfall, called Kinder Downfall, blowing upwards as high winds from ex-Hurricane Gonzalo hit. Storm-force winds battered the Peak District today as remnants of the hurricane moved across the UK. Rod Kirkpatrick, who shared the video on YouTube, said the River Kinder was “stopped in its tracks” where it usually cascades 80 feet (24 metres) down the waterfall. The storm-force winds ensured Kinder Downfall did not live up to its name Credit: Rod Kirkpatrick This was not the first time Kinder Downfall has defied gravity, but was one of the most spectacular examples of this phenomenon.

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