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  Reply # 489492 5-Jul-2011 08:55
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yeah I think I will need to get someone around to see if a large aerial would make any difference; but am thinking that it would need to be a hundred meters or more up in the air!! lol

Oh well - this might just be another excuse to NOT watch TV...

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  Reply # 489504 5-Jul-2011 09:16
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What about a bigger aerial or are the neighbours going to complain?


As long as your antenna complies with your local District Plan (check your Council website) they can't complain.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 489578 5-Jul-2011 10:58
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B1GGLZ:

What about a bigger aerial or are the neighbours going to complain?


As long as your antenna complies with your local District Plan (check your Council website) they can't complain.


And it won't be a hazard to low flying aircraftWink




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  Reply # 489651 5-Jul-2011 13:30
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lchiu7: I think apart from better PQ HD (at least on TV3 and some programmes) has 5.1 audio, the benefits of which cannot be overstated.
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