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The amplifier is non-adjustable and is says it is set to 32d B gain. It got me all the channels when rabbit ear could only get me one, so in my case it was a winner, but that will not be teh case for everybody. Yep, but as I mentioned earlier in my situation it did take some fiddling to find a location that worked, oriented correctly with the telescopic arms in the right position.
I have no idea what the the signal conditioner actually is, I assume it improves the signal quality in some way. I've done a fair whack of trawling at Whirlpool about this topic. There was no real science to it other than making the panel face the transmitter and then trying different arrangements with the telescopic arms.
You don't need to actually check each channel, but just one channel on each mux.
For example if ABC1 works, then ABC2, ABC3 and ABC News 24 will also work.
I'm going to get Hills to install an aerial for my new LCD. Hmm, after reading a bit more in-depth, I might give this product a go first before I fork out 0 odd for a fully professionally installed outdoor antenna.. Depending on how flaky your signal is, you may need to place your antenna in a place other than the table the TV happens to be on. I had to make my own longer cable with a spare few metres of RG6 quad shield coax I had lying around and crimped my own connectors onto it. The antenna package comes with a 2meter cable with an f-connector on one end and a standard PAL connector on the other end for the TV. Make sure when testing you re-test all the channels with each change in the antenna.
Crest LS2000 Indoor TV Antenna with High Gain Amplifier @ Big W .84.. You might change the antenna position and gain a lost channel but inadvertently then lose another.
All indoor antenna's are rubbish and a waste of your hard earned dollars. By default, I sat the unit on top of my speaker & had a power board next to it because I was neatening up all the cabling. Seems like you installed it just in time for Christmas too!
I'm pretty sure antenna cabling does not fit in the DIY data network cabling that we are not allowed to discuss here /forum-replies.cfm?
I got the LS2000 antennae on the slight off chance that it might work.
I was expecting it to be complete rubbish as I've had some pretty bad experiences in teh past, but it was perfect! Not bad for an al cheapo antennae Your advise for that particular make and model has been good and I'm glad for those that can or have to make use of it and get a perfect result.
Yeah exactly, we all get different results depending on our location from the main reception tower. If I place the antenna in a perfect position it's fine. After doing a Whirlpool search, I read other people having problems with channel 9. It turns out that this is a known issue with the internal tuners on flat screen televisions. Then again, I remember one day, at least a year ago, my set top box just stopped showing channel 9 content on my analogue TV. "It's come out that the problem is due to ch9 encoding their DTV signal with something to stop programs being recorded". And in any case, it's not a problem with the actual antenna itself in my opinion. I was on the verge of buying/having installed an external antenna for 0! The money I saved from having to install an external antenna – I bought my missus an anniversary present.
Which is why one person says "great" & the other person says "rubbish" to the same product. :) macawesome, thanks for the advice on the Crest LS200. I'm sitting there waiting for my TV to scan all the channels just expecting this not to work,.. ;p thanks so much for this post macawesome, I live in Clarence Park so it was highly relevant for me.
One I put in my roof space and drilled a small hole in ceiling to drop cable down easy to plug up if required i live near the bay in Melbourne, most people know if you live there, you will get crap reception, normally you must have a roof antenna to get reception i dont have that luxury in my home atm as its a rental, so i went to safeway and bought that $30 HD antenna, it works but not great, picks up 50% of channels i then went and took a risk of buying the stock DSE brand, antenna, and it picks up every single channel ever on my inbuilt tuner the only thing i noticed was, it needs to be up fairly high, like on a bookcase or something other than that, its probably the best indoor amplified antenna ever they did have this other product that might be on interest for you, it is this thing you can mount on the brickwork outside or a set of bars or something, and it works like a rooftop antenna i almost bought that, but i had nowhere to mount it, i think it was $79 I've recently bought a second TV and was googling this topic.