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Message posted by lion_tamer20 on 20/2/2007 at 10:54pm
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     Wondering if anyone can help with this query. Is it possible to use a digibox with the  status aeriel on the caravan? Thanks for any advice you can give me on this.

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I use one on my status picture is fine well depending on signal

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I understand digibox to refer to Sky satellite which needs a Sky dish

Do you mean a terrestrial free view box?

If so it will depend on signal strength in the area you visit.



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Hi Lion Tamer

If it's a freeview digibox, then it is totally dependant on the signal.

The signal strength and quality depend on a. where you are in the country, b. any hills, buildings or trees between your aerial and the transmitter and c. the quality of your aerial - the directional aerials (generally pole mounted outside the caravan) are far superior than the normal omni-directional status aerials

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