FAQ'S

SOME OF OUR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Digital antennas receive a higher quality of signal compared to the older analogue antennas.

No, TV in Brisbane and across Australia is digital throughout.

Yes, digital antennas work with the older analogue TVs, as long as you have a digital receiver/ set top box

Yes, each connection does reduce signal throughout the system but not greatly.

Amplifiers and boosters are the same thing. They are used to increase the signal received by the antenna. They may be required in areas of weak signal. Hills, trees, long distance to transmission towers or a large amount of TV connection points throughout the house could all be causes of weak signal.

Do all your TVs have the same issue?

If not, it could be to do with one of your cables or a wall plate. Try replacing the cable leading from the wall outlet directly to the TV, to see if that improves the picture.

If it doesn’t, call us to talk through some further options.

We have a range of antennas with different features and functions. We can help you decide on which antenna would best suit your home and needs.

In most cases, faulty antennas are replaced, not repaired.

There are many components that can affect your TV reception:  the antenna, the cabling, the splitter, wall plate, amplifier, connections and even outside interference. Each of these can change your TV’s picture.

ABC, SBS, Seven, Nine and Ten networks are all free to view, along with all their subsidiary channels like Gem, 7Mate, Go, 10Peach, SBS Viceland, among others.

One antenna can service an entire high-rise building, so with the correct setup, one antenna can supply the entire house.

The main components of a typical system are:

antenna, mount, cable, splitter, wall plate and, in some locations, an amplifier or booster.