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Re: 12v TV

Post by Lemon2 on Thu Oct 13, 2016 12:12 pm

Then it is a North Yorkshire mystery! Below is the detail from the site brochure regarding TV.


TV reception
TV reception on site is poor. Site has a TV booster system in place, giving out a analogue signal, receiving 12 channels.
 
Whatever the answer, new Avtex TVs are too 'modern' to handle the reception although I understand that other brands can.

The site is excellent so we will visit again soon and will ask for the answer to the mystery.
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Re: 12v TV

Post by paul bullock on Thu Oct 13, 2016 12:19 pm

Hi ,Avtex are really good ,but watch out for the sockets provided ,mine has a Scart which we use for our Freeview+ box and a HDMI for our sat input ,but more recent TVs omit the Scart which could be a problem.    Regards       Paul
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Re: 12v TV

Post by brodco on Thu Oct 13, 2016 2:44 pm

Hi  wave
Lemon2 wrote:TV reception
TV reception on site is poor. Site has a TV booster system in place, giving out a analogue signal, receiving 12 channels.

There's a bit of a clue there because there never were 12 analogue channels!

There were four universally available and Channel 5 in many areas towards the end. That means the site must have a private system of some sort, receiving digital channels and converting them to analogue. It seems a  quite bazaar way of going about things, if you have a distribution system why not just distribute the digital signal in the first place.  scratch head

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Re: 12v TV

Post by Sunbeampizza on Thu Oct 13, 2016 3:36 pm

Avtex are a bit pricey but ours offers a good picture quality on tv/dvd, 12v or mains and, very important in a confined space, a very good viewing angle up to 180 degrees. We had a cheap Technics set from Tesco before but you had to sit directly in front of it for any decent picture and we actually chucked it out. Yes I know the moral !
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Re: 12v TV

Post by Sunbeampizza on Thu Oct 13, 2016 3:37 pm

Sorry that should read 120 degrees
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Re: 12v TV

Post by PLOUGHLIN on Thu Oct 13, 2016 7:16 pm

Bolton Abbey Site leaflet says "TV reception on site is poor. Site has a TV booster system in place, giving out a analogue signal, receiving 12 channels"

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