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Topic # 15265 13-Aug-2007 13:47
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Whats the best and cheapest way to set up and watch Digital TV? Is it worth setting up? I dont have a box or a dish.

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  Reply # 82184 13-Aug-2007 14:03
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Cheapest way is to buy a cheap dish & box setup of trademe or one of the DTV sale websites (freeviewsales or whatever) borrow a meeter to align the dish and away you go.

Or wait for the terrestrial service to start up in a year or so.

IMO its good for terrestrial reception and worth the outlay if you have a dish already.

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  Reply # 82219 13-Aug-2007 17:49
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If you have a SKY dish already on the roof and your terrestial TV signal is rubbish, then its worth the effort of installing a set top box and the dish - the picture quality from the satellite is good. If you aready have a good terrestial TV signal though it's probably better staying with that.

Cheers Mike

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