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Topic # 136749 7-Dec-2013 18:03
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Hi,

I have 1 Samsung TV that has Freeview HD built in and upstairs I have a set-top box with Freeview HD aswell.
On the set-top box I get 22 channels but on the Samsung TV I only get 11 channels. They are using the same antenna. I am not sure why, does anyone know why?

Thanks.




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  Reply # 947220 7-Dec-2013 19:46
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Where are you located?

Which antenna are you pointed at?

What kind of aerial do you have?

Which channels are you getting/not getting?




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  Reply # 947282 7-Dec-2013 21:19
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I'd imagine it's something with the connections, at the splitter or at the tv. You could try moving the set top box to the other tv - it should get the same amount of channels as the tv with built in Freeview.




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  Reply # 949226 11-Dec-2013 11:17
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also what type of set top box do you have?

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