I'm new to the forums.
I've just bought a new HD LCD TV (LG 37LH50YD). It's got a built-in Freeview decoder. I've hooked up my UHF aerial cable to my TV and I'm getting the Freeview channels, but they mostly don't look that great to me. A lot of the images look like low-res jpegs with ghosting and such. In some cases, it looks better than the terrestrial analog signal but not always. And even with the TruMotion 200Hz on, some moving images - particularly slow-motion ones - look jerky.
I understand that I'm not actually getting true HD with the aerial's coaxial cable. The only way to get it is to use an HDMI cable. But how do I hook up my UHF aerial to an HDMI cable? Is there some sort of little converter I can get or something?
Do I have to get a set top decoder and use a satellite dish to get true HD Freeview? If so, what's the point of having the UHF version?
Thanks in advance.