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SLX Gold digiTop Amplified High Performance Indoor Aerial for TV (UHF/Freeview), FM Radio, DAB Radio, Wideband

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  • High performance adjustable Log periodic indoor TV/Radio aerial
  • Built-in amplifier with adjustable gain for optimum performance
  • Suitable for both analogue and digital TV / Radio signals
  • Fully adjustable elements
  • Complete with 12V DC power supply

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SLX Gold digiTop Amplified High Performance Indoor Aerial for TV (UHF/Freeview), FM Radio, DAB Radio, Wideband + Gold TV Coax Aerial Cable ~ Lead ~ Wire (M-M) with Female to Female Adapter (F-F) 3m 10 ft
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  • Product Dimensions: 32 x 29 x 7 cm ; 898 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 921 g
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  • Item model number: 27769RG
  • ASIN: B001ACV7E0
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 May 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,007 customer reviews)
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Product Description

High performance top rated aerial with variable gain. Suitable for Digital/HD TV & radio reception in strong signal areas. Integrated 4G filter removes interference and channel loss from your TV caused by 4G mobile phone signals.

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Antenna
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523 of 529 people found the following review helpful By R. Minhas on 30 Aug 2008
I bought this aerial for a Samsung digital TV kept in my bedroom. I previously tried two other more expensive aerials from Curry's (c. £40 each) and they did not work and so after reading an independent consumer report on the digital TV site ([...]) I decided to try this aerial as it received the best results.

True to form, the aerial has delivered fantastic reception and I have had no problems with it. It is also really easy to set-up. For all of the hassle that I previously experienced, this is the best value aerial on the market at such an affordable price, and I would highly recommend it.

FYI, I live in North Kent.
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174 of 177 people found the following review helpful By Freeview Doctor on 20 Aug 2010
If you have to use an indoor aerial this is fantastic! Those who find thier old aerial was better haven't set it correctly.

1...Look around at the rooftops....are the aerials Horozontal or Vertical?? The picture shown here shows the aerial 'fin' in the HOROZONTAL position... the 'fin' also rotates 90 degrees to the VERTICAL position. Like I said check whether your local signals are horozontal or vertical by checking if the aerials installed on roofs have the elements going left to right (horozontal) or up down (vertical).

2...DO NOT TURN THE AMPLIFICATION TO MAX. try it first at about '2 o'clock'. You can over-amplify the signal. Too high a signal over-loads the input to your tuner and results in snowy picture on analogue and NO picture on freeview.

3...Using the surrounding rooftop aerials as a reference, point your SLX in the same direction. The TV signal is coming from the very direction that the aerials are pointing to. try and pick a window sill so you can point to that signal through a window.

4... You have to remember that when, for example, on a mobile phone you can be in perfectly clear signal chatting away...take two steps to your left or right and the call can drop. thats radio signals. a few inches left, right up or down can make a huge difference.

5... If you have a good rooftop aerial installed that is running freeview without problems...Use that aerial to tune in your freeview box or tv first before moving it back to where it will be used with your indoor aerial. This way you'll know it's all tuned in correctly and adjusting the SLX for optimum results should all be thats needed. Try the Amplification adjustment when you have a picture...remember too high is bad and too low is bad.
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98 of 101 people found the following review helpful By C. Smith on 22 Dec 2008
I hardly ever submit these types of review but having struggled with an appalling picture on an indoor aerial for years, I decided it was time to upgrade in the hope of getting a clear digital picture. The results are amazing - it was really straightforward to assemble and the picture on most of the analogue channels are as good as those we receieve from our Sky dish downstairs. It's transformed out picture completely and I would highly recommend it.
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155 of 161 people found the following review helpful By Flash Gordon on 7 Oct 2008
My 4 year old Mini Portable TV is really good - I use it in the bedroom at home and also in my Touring Caravan BUT it is only Analogue - which it picks up beautifully with an excellent picture. I've been determined not to have too ditch it in 2009 when the switch over happens.

Having bought an excellent little portable Freeview box = a 'Tvonics' (it works on Mains & 12 Volt + connects to NON Scart TVs too) I assumed I was now sorted - however try as I might with my existing portable aerial I could not pick up anything Aaaaagh !

Damn the Digital switchover !

Then I heard about this little Aerial - I connected everything up & waited for the box to search & find the Digi channels while I jiggled with the Aerial's position ....Bah Humbug still no Digital :-(

Well I thought, let's try it with the Aerial on it's side ............ Bingo - just a couple of attempts & I'd found the right direction & 40 odd Digi channels.

Fine tune the Aerial position & use the Bias control for best Amplification and for the very 1st time I'm watching portable Digi TV and receiving even more Channels too :-)

I haven't had a chance to try it in the Caravan on a site yet, but 've high hopes that it's going to work well in most locations.

Definately a great Aerial for picking up digital - - just one point too watch - as the main 'blade' of the Aerial is glass you can't risk knocking it about too much, but treated sensibly it will serve you well.
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66 of 69 people found the following review helpful By S. Wilkinson on 27 Sep 2008
I cannot believe how well this aerial works! I've always had a poor digital reception, even from the ext aerial on the roof. But this gives a excellent picture with NO break up at all.
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45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By S. Liddy on 23 Sep 2008
I had previously purchased a One For All branded Aerial for £30 to watch freeview through, it was absolute crap and I assumed that it was because the area had poor reception.

Out of desperation I purchased this Aerial as it was good value for money. Best thing I ever did, the picture is clear and crisp, I can pick up every channel and it looks great!

This Aerial is better than alot of the more expensive one's. I highly recommend that you buy it and for what it is it's great value for money too!
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69 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 20 Jan 2009
The performance of this aeriel depends on where you live. (I live in Belfast)I was impressed by the reviews and thought it would be higher spec than my existing aerial.... However, it picked up even less channels and the picture was blocky and skippy on most of these. Based on a combination of some excellent reviews and my own experience, I would say give it a go, as it obviously works very well in some areas, but don't let the reviews get your hopes up too much as I did! If you live in Belfast I would recommend the Technika TT-02 available from Tesco for under £10.
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