Old analogue antennas should receive digital TV just fine if there are no faults. But if your antenna is over ten years old or you live in the area with poor TV reception such as Bayview, Palm Beach or anywhere north of Mona Vale (Sydney Northern Beaches) then intermittent pixelation, breaking up of picture or sound can happen. In such cases, antenna tuning, replacing parts, or upgrading to a digitally-optimised antenna may be required for a perfect digital picture. Upgrades to new antennas start from $200, including parts and labour.
Have you disconnected Foxtel or moved but free to air antenna is not working? We can help. There is no need to run new antenna cables! We can utilise unused Foxtel cables to get antenna signal through to all TVs in the house because Foxtel coaxial cables are the same or better RG6 type then antenna cables. New houses usually have coax cables running everywhere. But not all cables used as you’d have to pay for Foxtel box in each room. The tricky part is to sort out which cable is which, repair or install new TV antenna if required, and feed free to air signal to the coax cables properly. It may take only an hour to fix, and you all set to watch free to air channels.
In 2013 Australia made a switch to digital TV.
Metro Sydney and Gosford analogue TV broadcast, were switched off on 31 December 2013.
To watch digital free-to-air TV broadcast, you’ll need one of the following:
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