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    Whats The Crack With The Digital Scart Adaptors?

    Afternoon All,

    Just stumbled across this beaut, and with many friends not ready for the switchover, could this solve their problems?

    What does it do? If they are currently enjoying the luxuries of only terrestrial TV, does this give them the ability to just receive those channels but STILL receive them when they switch?

    Or does this gain access to freeview?

    If not, can you combine one of these with a Freeview box?

    Im told that freeview boxes dont work in their area, due to signal - they need to buy a new ariel for the freeview box to work... Does this help?

    BUSH DIGITAL BLACK SCART ADAPTOR
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...m=330421554469

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    This is basically a freeview box packed into a small box attached to a SCART plug.

    You plug it into the SCART of an analogue TV and you can recieve digital signals with it.

    If their aerial needs replacing then it'll still need doing - but try using the existing aerial before shelling out, it may work....
    Mark P
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    So plug this in and terrestrial becomes 30+ freeview channels?

    Tidy!

    Yes - £15 would be a drop compared to getting captain aerial round.

    Might be worth a splurg


 

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