Is your TV antenna giving you the best picture possible?
In order for you to receive the best possible digital pictures, we can replace your faulty or poor quality antenna, as well as any low-grade cable or wall plate.
We offer digital antenna installation in the Central Coast, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. We can install a full digital antenna to suit your requirements in almost no time. You can then kick back, relax and experience all your favourite tv shows in better picture and sound quality.
Modern digital TV broadcasts a ‘line of sight’ signal, so the higher your antenna is, the better the reception. This means installing it on your roof, or in your ceiling cavity. Be aware that the more obstructions the signal encounters, the weaker the signal – which will cause a degradation in your picture quality. You also need to make sure you have the most direct connection between the antenna, which means as few connections or extension cables as possible. All these factors will help your digital TV antenna to perform at the highest level, for the optimum audio and picture quality
Our digital TV antenna installation service can address the pixelated pictures that you get that are commonly related with analogue antennas. It is important to start upgrading your antenna system sooner than later to prevent getting caught in the anticipated rush from the switch over. By upgrading to a digital antenna it will remove any reception issues and get the best possible picture quality for your viewing pleasure.
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Give us a call today on 1800 144 199 to book your digital TV antenna installation.
An antenna is required for every Australian home, office or any other type of establishment that wishes to receive free-to-air broadcast TV channels. However, replacing the analogue antenna you’ve been using with a newer digital TV antenna may not be absolutely necessary.
This is because older antennas for analogue TV signal reception can also receive digital TV transmissions. However, modern TV antennas are designed exclusively for receiving digital TV signals.
That being said, if the antenna currently installed in your place cannot pick up the proper frequencies or if you suspect there’s another problem affecting your system’s ability to receive a signal, upgrading to a digital antenna may be beneficial.
To get your concern sorted out, get in touch with us at Universal Home Theatre so our reliable AV technicians can visit your place and analyse the situation. They’re the best people for the job and can also answer any questions about digital antennas for TV and your other TV-related concerns.
Our short answer: absolutely!
Compared to analogue signals, digital ones work in a slightly different way. With analogue, the signal received is sent directly from the antenna straight through to your television. When signal problems are present, the audio and picture become grainy, fuzzy or unclear.
The process is different with digital TV antennas. Before seeing any video or audio, the signal that comes via your digital antenna must be decoded first. Your digital antenna includes a built-in filter designed to increase picture clarity and reduce or eliminate audio issues arising from unclear signals.
Good-quality pictures and audio mean your unit is picking up the right signals. But if the signal is poor, the picture can freeze up, or there won’t be anything on your screen.
Therefore, make sure you choose a digital antenna that’s not only suited to your location but also designed for the frequencies and signals in your area. With the right type of antenna, you can enjoy the best connection and experience less or no service interruption.
If you mean to say ‘including analogue televisions’, they definitely can.
However, you’ll need a digital TV converter box that’ll enable your analogue TV to receive digital signals used by networks.
Smart TVs feature built-in antennas, but their role is to link your smart TV to the internet via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. If you don’t have cable TV, you’ll need an antenna to access local channels.
However, if your favourite local channels provide concurrent internet broadcasts, you can watch them online instead of using an antenna to receive signals.
If you’re thinking of getting an antenna for your smart TV, there are three types: indoor digital antennas, outdoor antennas (best for areas with poor signals) and omnidirectional antennas (recommended when there’s a clear line of sight to the transmitter).
For questions and concerns regarding your TV and indoor digital tv antenna setup, please contact Universal Home Theatre.
We also offer TV wall mounting, home automation and home theatre installation in Central Coast, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and the Gold Coast. We can even help you with seating and custom home theatre design.
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