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Freesat / Freeview question.

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We are replacing our current TV set up at home with a new TV with an internal freeview & freesat tuner.

So far so good.

1. Can both run off a single normal co-axial into the rear of the telly with a digital aerial  or do I require a dish as well ?

2. If not, how is the cabling configured.

We have no intention of using a Sky box etc.

Thanking you.

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Freesat will require a dish for tv and broadband for the catch up service. 

Freeview requires an antenna. 

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Wrong bloody room as well........

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Bit pointless connecting both up to be honest as they largely have the same channel list anyway.

 

If you don't have a dish already it's a bit pointless having one installed when you won't gain anything from it, just plug in your normal aerial coax.

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