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WHERE ARE you in uk if you tell me where you are I can give you a bearing
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Another suggestion. Cut your losses now and buy a satellite dish. It doesn't have to be an all singing dancing one. You can get a free standing one from ALDI for £35.00 that comes with everything you need and folds down small enough to get under a seat. Buy a sat finder for a few quid and it will be a lot less stressful in the long run.

Middle plan would be a hand cranked dish. Very simple to use and you can use your SKY or freesat box from home.

If you've won the lottery, or saved up, an automatic one is even better. Press a button and within a minute all done.

Status are good but all that changing your telly tuning as you move bout is very annoying after a while. The programme will be finished before you realise what TV area you are in!
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Just a thanks to all for info but GLAD to say all sorted and problem was connection between antenna socket and TV. New coax lead and connections solved the problem. But again thanks to all.
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Re: Status Aerial

Originally Posted by premiermotorhomes
Originally Posted by mike800966
What has been said so far is about right but do unhook the amplifier off the wall, it lifts up and then comes away off the keyhole slots. Check that the cable going to the tv is plugged in to the UHF/TV socket Not the VHF/Radio one. Also I notice that they have now added an attenuator or signal reducer switch. It is marked as Low / High so leave that in high for now.

As people have said , look out at other aerials especially ones on fixed buildings and point yours the same way with the mast pushed right up.

Make sure the tv is set to Digital then do a retune and you should start to see channels being listed. I think the max I ever see is 93 tv + about 30radio.

The tv should have something like an info button on the remote and this should then display signal strength and quality. If you can see this then slowly rotate for best or most consistent quality. You might then need to retune and you should get more channels.

Oh I forgot. The little handle at the bottom of the mast allows the whole outside assembly to tilt so that you can get horiz or vert polarization. Again its a case of copying other properly installed aerials. ( I have known however whole streets to be wrong, all the riggers playing copy the leader!) Fully clockwise is Horizontal. The leaflet is a bit odd because it seems to still be in the analogue age. Digital is a rather different
Good evening Mike,

The two output socket on the 530/540/215 Purple power pack and Orange booster pack are identical, as I have previously queried this with Vision UK, formerly Grade UK.

The later VP model boosters supplied with the 550/560/330 outputs are clearly labelled and are now F connectors. I expect the outputs on these to be different as these units now provide a separate radio output, as the TV outputs are likely to have filters to allow for LTE/4G.

Hi Chris,
You are correct in all but one thing the Filters for 4G could not be added at time of product development because the frequency hadnít been decided upon at that point. The New amplifiers do however have filters for some other radio frequencies and are now screened from electrical interference such as appliances within the Motorhome.

The new range of amplifiers are ready to receive an inline filter that will soon be available for you to stock, this clever little device will fit between the amplifier and aerial and allow FM and DAB signals to pass through it, most other domestic filters which are on the market will not allow FM/DAB to pass through so are unsuitable.

Best Regards
Danny Harrison
Vision Plus
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