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AdvantagesAffordable, effective.

DisadvantagesDubious amplification control.

...admit that I didn't do any research whatsoever, though this time I suppose I got lucky. I stumbled upon the SLxA Amplified UHF Indoor TV Aerial in a town centre electrical store (Currys, Dixons etc.). First impressions First impressions do count for a lot, though I suppose some 'buffs' will prefer to scour the market for a product based on technical specification alone. I wanted something...

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AdvantagesCheap, TV/DVD so 2 in 1, looks decent

Disadvantagesdodgy volume, bulky dvd aspect, hideous argos sticker

...batteries which inserted perfectly into the remote meaning I could get straight to work. Before the TV could work it is essential to plug it into the wall socket and also attach an aerial to get signal. The cord isn't too long seeing as this is quite a basic TV but my daughter's chest of drawers is positioned directly in front of the socket so this inserted easily and didn't cause a problem...

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AdvantagesMore Choice, Better Quality, Radio & Interactive Services

DisadvantagesOnly covers 74% of the UK

...receive Freeview. The best way to determine whether or not you should be able to receive Freeview is checking whether or not you have a decent analogue reception on channel 5 and by typing in your postcode on . You can purchase Freeview receivers from all good electrical retailers and hardware stores. I found that setting up Freeview was quick and hassle free, connect to the TV...

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