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Topic # 99436 19-Mar-2012 20:48

As the subject says, I'm looking for a good Freeview installer in Wellington.

First I need a check to make sure I can get enough signal reliably.

The coverage map says "likely with a high aerial" and I can get a picture using one of those amplified rabbit's ears provided it's in just the right place by the window. I'm hoping an external aerial a few feet higher on the roof will provide a solid signal.

Provided the signal is there, I'd like cabling to two or three rooms, and if possible cable the output from my home theatre in the lounge through to a bedroom at the same time.

So, any thoughts on someone who'd do a good job on this greatly appreciated.

Cheers,
Pete. 

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  Reply # 597382 19-Mar-2012 20:58
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Cyril is who you want

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  Reply # 597466 20-Mar-2012 08:45
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Yep, search for cyril7 in our user list, contact him and be done with it.




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  Reply # 597472 20-Mar-2012 09:05
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Brunzy did ours a couple of years ago.

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  Reply # 597475 20-Mar-2012 09:15
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Hey, don't want to hijack the thread but it would seem like the OP has had their answer... (quite unanimous, it seems)

Is there a cyril-equivalent for Auckland? Someone most people here would be able to recommend. I also need a UHF aerial installed and I'd rather give my money to a fellow Geekzoner, if I can ?

Thanks,

Guillaume 

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