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Oxford (Oxfordshire, England) Full Freeview transmitter
Wednesday 28 September 2011 10:02AM

I have a roof mounted Aerial , with a masthead amp ,new cable one feed to a HD tv , at NN12 8HQ. No HD channels on CH 57.

Kind Regards


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Are you saying the 5 week old tv will not pick up HD channels TV model/ 26" LED TV with DVD player, PVR & SRS Audio (Full HD) - Buy your Full HD 26 inch LED TV DVD combo from Kogan

Reading this info on this site i thought this tv would be ok, for HD link below
To receive Freeview HD consumers will need to purchase new integrated Freeview HD TVs or Freeview HD set-top boxes and recorders to work with their existing HD Ready TV's. When you're buying a Freeview product, look out for the Freeview HD logo. This ensures you're buying a Freeview approved product which means you'll be able to access all the Freeview HD channels as well as the standard 50 Freeview channels.

DTG :: Consumer :: What is DVB-T2?

Thanks David (NN128HQ)

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