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Labgear TV Aerial High Gain 48-Element (30515)

Wideband digital aerial receives medium, weak or very weak TV signals. Receives all available digital TV signals.

  • 13dBi Gain
  • Elements: 48
  • Electronic 75Ω Balun
  • Suitable for Outdoor or Loft Installation

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Labgear TV Aerial High Gain 48-Element is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 166.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great wideband aerial Old aerial was out of kilter-only 6 staions. Put this in front room bay window and got 30+ channels so should be great when up high.
Date published: 2011-05-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good replacement loft aerial Like this aerial its easy to fit and seems to work well in loft does not come with mast or cable though but ideal to replace an older smaller aerial
Date published: 2016-12-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from All Freeview Channels In Minut Bought this Ariel to replace a faulty roof mounted one. Mounted this within my loft under a tiled roof, connected up the cable, scanned for channels and within minutes had all available freeview channels in my area, my area is a strong signal area though. Connected up my neighbours feeds from the old faulty aeriel also and now they too have full freeview channel listing.
Date published: 2016-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from TV Aerial Having climbed many roofs to fix or repair aerials and cables in all weather conditions I decided it was time to install this high gain aerial in my attic. This item dragged in all the channels I expected with no problems due to walls/beams with no picture quality effected. This is now the third same aerial I have fitted in the attic from Screwfix to support my other Tv's. I am totally satisfied and pleased never to be climbing roofs ever again.
Date published: 2016-12-09
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3 Oct 2016
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Hi for fixing an aerial in the loft we would recommend using 34394 loft fixing kit, depending on the aerial you may also require 31495 aerial clamps. Thanks
4 Oct 2016
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Is it a plug or screwed connection to the aerial, If plug, what type?
5 Sep 2016
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Hi Fieldmaster, RG6 cable will be sufficient for connecting the aerial. Also, this particular aerial uses a coax plug connection. Thanks Labgear UK
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8 Aug 2016
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Hi mowerman2, this aerial can be used for a touring caravan if properly secured and aligned with an aerial mast. However, the picture quality is dependant upon the signal strength of the area in which your caravan is located. This aerial is designed to pick up weak and medium strength signal; if the signal is too strong an attenuator will be required.
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11 Aug 2016
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Hi Jeff12, this particular aerial does not come with an fittings or fixings and would need to be purchased separately. If you would like to purchase a simple all-in-one kit we would recommend our SLx compact 3-in-1 omni-directional aerial available at Screwfix. There is no reason why this aerial should not work on a sun house, however it all depends upon the signal strength in your area.
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Hi, The 48-Element Aerial would normally be used in low signal areas and may produce too much signal in a good area of reception, either a smaller Aerial should be used or an adjustable attenuator fitted to remove some of the gain from the 48-Element. Thanks
13 Jul 2016
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Specification
Brand Labgear
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Total Product Weight 1.8 kg

13dBi gain.

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