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Discussion in 'Geeks and Gadgets' started by arthur, Oct 23, 2017.

  1. arthur

    arthur Nixon Garden Neatness

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    I'm thinking of buying my daughter a Freeview box for Christmas only to use on the tv in the dining room - we have sky on the lounge and the bedrooms but I don't want to buy or rent another skybox for that room. We have the wi-fi in there and a DVD player and a video recorder that plays caption videos for hearing impaired. I've looked at lots of free view boxes but just not sure which the best one is. It would be good to get one that links to net flix so we can get films that we can't get on sky. Any help or suggested would be appricated. the tv is quite new and would be compatible with free view. Also, do I need an aerial - we have one from before when we had analogue tv - do we need to have an aerial for a free view box
    Any help or advice would be great thanks
     
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  3. Lucy

    Lucy Well-Known Forumite

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    Youview is pretty good if you can pick one up cheap. You will need an aerial.
     
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    cj1 Well-Known Forumite

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    If you already have sky with multiroom it may work out cheaper in the long run to upgrade to q as you only pay a 1 off charge for the extra boxes.
     

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