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PSudbury (Suffolk, England) Full Freeview transmitter
Monday 30 January 2012 11:49PM
Many thanks for your replies Guys.
I can't tell you anything about the exact quality I'm receiving, I wouldn't know how to find out - this is an integrated tv, I can't see any mention on the menus of signal strength etc., but the rest of the channels work fine.
The aerial is 20 years old.
The page on single frequency interference would seem to apply, however, I'm baffled really because I have not changed anything - there is no equipment connected - no Sky, or other boxes, and the aerial has not changed. The only change has been the retune - after the final phase, the channels referred to as group D have disappeared. I've tried retuning three times to no avail. And I don't feel I should have to buy a new aerial when the one I have was working before the retune.
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Thursday 26 January 2012 2:38PM
I live 9 miles from the Sudbury transmitter, not close enough to suffer invrsion from any other transmitter. I have had Freeview via integrated tv for four years. The switchover all went fine, until the final stage, after which I lost a group of channels that include Film4 etc. - I see they are all in one multiplex, and others have had problems with this. Up until the switchover all was fine, so how did it cause me to lose channels? I don't want to have to pay for a new aerial when its not my fault I lost them.